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Cambodia is a country steeped in an ancient history based around the Khmer Empire, once the largest empire in South East Asia. Angkor was the region of Cambodia that served as the seat of the empire during its heyday (approximately the 9th century to the 15th century A.D.). The temples of the Angkor area numbered over 1000, and today many of them still remain, but in wide range of scales and forms. When you explore them, you’ll come across everything from piles of rocks and brick overrun by huge tree roots to the world’s largest single religious monument – Angkor Wat. Together these temples comprise the most significant example of Khmer architecture and ruins are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

When you visit Cambodia and Angkor, you’ll feel like you’re stepping into a mystical world of the past. After a day in Phnom Penh to see the National Museum, Silver Pagoda and Wat Phnom, it’s off to Siem Reap, the starting point for any exploration of Angkor and its amazing temples. Your journey will take you to Angkor Thom, a giant walled royal city that was the last capital of the Angkorian Empire. With its 37 towers featuring carved faces that stare down at you from every angle, Bayon is one of the most recognizable places in the ancient kingdom. The Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King are also impressive.

Ta Prohm, a former Buddhist monastery, was one of Jayavarman VII’s first major temple projects. Of course, Angkor What is the centerpiece of any visit to this ancient kingdom and you will be astonished by its scale and immense beauty. The remainder of the trip focuses around a floating village and other interesting shopping and cultural excursions that will perfectly compliment the entire Angkor experience.

Country Cambodia
Activities Tour, Sightseeing
Trip Length 5 Days
Meal Plan Full board with Bed & Breakfast
Places to see Phnom Penh, Siem Reap
Main attractions Culture, Local peoples, monasteries
Difficulty Easy
Accommodation Resort/Hotel
Transportation Private Vehicle and Flight
Group Size Minimum: 2, Maximum: above 2
Season Every day


Day 01: Arrival in Phnom Penh (D)
It's time to start exploring Cambodia! Upon your arrival in Phnom Penh, take a boat trip along the Tonle Sap and Mekong Rivers for a first glimpse of the city. Continue by cyclo to the National Museum, the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda complex where your guide will explain the cultural and historic heritage of the city. As the sun begins to set, visit the hilltop pagoda of Wat Phnom, Back to hotel for refreshment and ready for dinner at Restaurant at river bank areas.

Day 02: Phnom Penh (B,L,D)
After enjoying breakfast at your hotel, let start visiting Toul Sleng museum, this museum well known as a High School before the Pol Pot time had been converted to a Prison by Pol Pot in 1975. Then we continue to the Killing fields, a place, similar to Toul Sleng Museum, where the history of the terror of the Khmer Rouge is still visible. Back to city for lunch at Steak house in shopping mallcalled “Sovanna” after lunch every one has 1 hour to explore Sovanna shopping mall where a of mix local and branch products can be found. After spending an hour at shopping mall, lets continue to visit the orphanage center found by Mr.Thourn Sinan in 2003, called “ Cambodian Children Orphanages for Living and Training Organization “ . This is a shelter for 30 kids and school for 350 students coming for free education. After our visit we move along to the Russian Market( Toul Tum Phong market) before returning back to hotel for refreshment and relaxation.

Day 03: Phnom Penh-Siem Reap (B,D)
After breakfast at the hotel, you will be transferred overland to Siem Reap which will take around 6 hours including 4 stops (1-Spider Villages 2-Stone Caving Villages 3-Lunch 4-The Angkorian Naga bridge) along the road. You will be transferred to the hotel for check- inn and relaxation before continuing to dinner at a local cuisine.

Day 04: Siem Reap (B,L,D)
This morning after breakfast, we starting exploring the temples of Angkor Wat and the ancient capital of the Khmer empire. Stare in wonder at the intricate carvings of Angkor Wat spent touring more highlights of the Angkor Archeological Park by tuk tuk, beginning with the evocative, jungle-covered Ta Phrom Temple. Continue to Bayon, filled with mysterious smiling faces, and the tranquil Banteay Kdei temple. Continue to West gate of Angkor Thom, boarding on a Khmer Traditional boat (Angkor Gondola) to Prasat Chrong Temple by Tonle Oum water way where you will enjoy many difference bird songs, the sounds of the forest and the waves. Spend the afternoon exploring Siem Reap's colorful rice paddies, local houses of Angkorian people with best sunset views before continuing by Angkor Gondola to the South Gate of Angkor Thom. This evening enjoy dinner accompanied by a mesmerizing performance of traditional Apsara dance.

Day 05: Siem Reap Departure (B,L)
This morning, travel out to the countryside where you can spot water buffalos in swampy ponds, kids in school uniforms on their bicycles and oxcarts. Visit a silk farm where you can witness the entire process of silk creation from growing and harvesting mulberry as food for the silk worms, the breeding process and life cycle of the silk worm to the spinning the silk, the dying process. Enjoy a farewell lunch before transferring to the airport for your onward flight.

Inclusions / Exclusions

Meal as mention in the itnerary
Transportation: Air-con, insurance, Drive license
Entrance fees as mention in the itinerary
FOC Policy: 15+1 FOC
Guide: English or Chinese speaking guide
Free cold water and Tissue
Souvenir from B2B Travel

International & Domestic air fare and Airport tax.
Personal Expenses & others expenses don't mention in the itinerary
Children under 2 years old free of Charge
Children from 3-8 years old charge 50% of adult fare.
Children 12 year old charge 100% of adult fare

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