TPS CAMBODIA 8DAYS- SIEM REAP – BATAMBANG-KAMPONG CHNANG- PHNOM PENH
Cambodia is a Kingdom. And it’s magical.
Of course, Angkor Wat is a must-see UNESCO Heritage site. Bucket list ticked. But Cambodia is more than its temples.
Chaotic and charismatic Phnom Penh will surprise you with its sophisticated riverside wining and dining scene, and while Siem Reap will be your base for the temple visits, you’ll have to also make time to enjoy its cosmopolitan cafes and nightlife.
One day we’ll drop by Sihanoukville to discover a boardwalk lined with beachfront restaurants and shady umbrella stands. Each with views of the ocean and beach chairs where you can sip a fruity cocktail while you enjoy the refreshing ocean breeze.
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Cambodia, an ancient and mysterious country. Admittedly, it is poor and undeveloped; nevertheless, it is pure and sublime. Travel in Cambodia just likes a project to excavate out its history under the ruins.
As soon as you arrive in Siem Reap, your guide will meet you at the airport with a warm smile and transfer you to your hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is at your leisure.
Today you will set foot on the road to the Angkor Thom after a nutritious breakfast. After passing through the south gate of Angkor Thom, you will arrive at your first destination – the Bayon Temple. Taking a look around and listening to an old story that was told by these fragments of wall and towers. Having a short walk to Elephant Terrace, it is a reviewing stand for the king to inspect his troops and hold the ceremony. Filling your stomach with a delicious lunch, let’s head for the landmark of Cambodia – the Angkor Wat. The magnificent buildings and amazing bas-reliefs will demonstrate the glory of the past to you. Leaning against the broken walls of the Bakheng Temple, it is the best way to enjoy the sunset view of the distant Angkor Wat in the jungle
Start with a sunrise at Angkor Wat, the largest sacred structure in the world. See some of the most impressive monuments built by mankind. let’s return to the hotel for breakfast.
Later, take a drive to the Banteay Srei, the pink sandstone temples complex with the most detailed and elaborate carvings. Don’t fall asleep in the car, it is a good chance that you can know something about local people’s life from local villages along the way. Start an adventure at the Ta Prohm Temple, where the famous “Tomb Raider” was filmed. In the end, we will enjoy a beautiful view from the top of the Takeo Temple.
Today go to Khmer Village first, where you can have a photo taken as a memento with the rice field and palm trees in the background. Later, you can row a boat and experience life on the Tonle Sap Lake which is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. In the afternoon, we will say goodbye to Siem Reap and spend 3-4 hours driving to Battambang. After checking in to your hotel, please feel free to enjoy the rest of the day.
You will have a whole-day trip in Battambang. First, you will learn enough about Cambodian history and culture by visiting the Provincial Museum and the pagoda. Later, we will set foot on the road to Wat Ek Phnom which is an early-11th-century Angkorian-era temple.
In the afternoon, we will spend about an hour driving to Phnom Banan. Climb up to the top of the mountain, where you can see the Prasat Bannon temple. Later, enjoy the sunset and explore a fantastic cave to observe how bats live.
Today you will drive to Phnom Penh. There are three attractions on the road to Phnom Penh: a pottery village (local people will show you how to make pottery); the floating village of Kompong Loung (renowned for silversmiths); Oudong (a historic town where you can see many old stupas on mountain Phnom mountain).Upon arrival in Phnom Penh, check in to your hotel and enjoy the rest of the day.
After breakfast, you enjoy a sightseeing tour in Phnom Penh. The first stop is the Royal Palace, with typical Khmer architecture, where you can enjoy the beautiful buildings and incredible wall murals. Later, you’ll explore the gorgeous Silver Pagoda, the most treasured place in the Royal Palace, whose floor is made up of over 5,000 silver tiles. The second stop is the National Museum, where you will learn everything you want to know about Cambodian history. The third stop is Wat Phnom, the birthplace of this old capital city.
In the afternoon, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and Killing Fields of Choeung EK will reveal the bloody history of the Khmer Rouge.
After breakfast, say goodbye to this Phnom Penh city. Your guide will take you to the airport for your flight back home
|Tour Name||Price Per Adult||Price Per Child||Available Seats||Departure Date||Duration|
|TPS CAMBODIA 8DAYS- SIEM REAP – BATAMBANG-KAMPONG CHNANG- PHNOM PENH||$ 550||$ 250||25||Anytime||08 Days|
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