Cambodia: $589 Per Person for a Six-Night Getaway with Meals, Guided Tours and Domestic Transport
During this six-night tour, travellers will have a chance to discover the cultural sights which make Cambodia such a popular holiday destination. Groupies will head to busy Phnom Penh, explore the temples of Siem Reap, and visit the floating village of Chong Khneas. Local shops, markets and restaurants will be explored during leisure time.
Day 1: Arrive in Cambodia, Phnom Penh; stay overnight at King Grand Boutique Hotel
Day 2: Visit the TuolSleng Prison Museum and the notorious Killing Fields, explore PsarToul Tom Pong and embark on a one-hour boat cruise on the Mekong River; stay overnight at King Grand Boutique Hotel
Day 3: Travel to Siem Reap by Mekong Express bus, stay overnight at MotherHome Inn
Day 4: Discover the temples of Angkor Thom, visit Ta-Prom and Angkor Wat temples and see the sunset on Bakheng Hill
Day 5: Siem Reap- Tonle Sap Lake (Meal : B/L), After breakfast, proceed to the Tonle Sap Boat Trip (Floating Village) and Les Artisan D- Angkor (Art School), a full-service crafts organization with an ambitious program which includes Les Chantiers Ecoles, an educational centre that trains rural young people in the traditional skills of stone carving, woodcarving, lacquer and silk weaving, After lunch, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm, Enjoy a traditional Khmer massage for 1 hour and proceed for a tour to the local market and stay overnight in Hotel in Siem reap
Day 6: Enjoy leisure time in Siem Reap, and stay there overnight
Day 7: Breakfast, pick-up to the airport
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- TripAdvisor: 5 / 5, Certificate of Excellence
The Area: Cambodia
Cambodia's past has been filled with upheaval, but with every passing year more and more travellers are discovering its natural beauty and cultural riches. A warm, wet tropical climate means the countryside is covered in lush green vegetation, and its jungles are home to a huge variety of wildlife including elephants, deer, bears, panthers and tigers.
Ancient temples and palaces dot the length and breadth of Cambodia, some carefully preserved and others vine-wrapped and lost to history for centuries. The most famous of these is Angkor Wat, a vast and richly carved temple complex on the fringes of the small city of Siem Reap which attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors per year.