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23Days/22Nights Cambodia Package Tour

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23Days/22Nights Cambodia Package Tour

You will enjoy beautiful sites in our Kingdom of Wonder. You will start trip from our lively capital Phnom Penh. Then, you will continue journey by road to Kratie, mountainous area Mondulkiri, pre Angkorian temples at Kompong Thom and home of Angkor. After that, you will take car to Banteay Chmar and Battambang where you can see Cambodian countryside view and French colonial building. Then, return back to Phnom Penh. You will continue trip to south coast: Kep, white sand beach Sihanoukville and paradise island Koh Rong.

DAY 1

Arrival Phnom Penh

Arrival in Phnom Penh - welcome and transfer from the airport to the hotel by our driver.

Overnight in Phnom Penh
DAY 2

Full day in Phnom Penh

Early morning visit to the Royal Palace by cyclo tour , the sparkling Silver Pagoda, and the impressive National Museum. After lunch, visit Vat Phnom, symbol of the capital, then markets: the old market and especially the Russian market to finish your purchases (beautiful silks and carved objects). Free dinner and accommodation at the hotel. Read more

Overnight in Phnom Penh
DAY 3

Phnom Penh to Kratie

We leave Phnom Penh and travel north-east of the bustling city of Kompong Cham province. En route, there is a chance to take a break in Skuon, affectionately known as 'Spiderville', where it is possible to taste the local specialty of fried tarantula. We arrive in Kompong Cham mid morning and visit the sacred hills of Phnom Pros and Phnom Srei (male and female hill). Later, we see the "fusion" temple of Wat Nokor, an 11th century sandstone temple with a modern and colorful wat set in its central courtyard. There are some complex sculptures in this temple and the kitsch contrast between the Hindu past and the present Buddhist is almost unknown elsewhere in Cambodia. We then enjoy a local lunch in Kompong Cham. We continue north of Kratie, a sleepy port of the Mekong and the catwalk to a meeting with the rare Irrawaddy freshwater dolphins that populate the upper Mekong River in Cambodia. We check into our hotel and leave some free time to soak up the atmosphere of this charming town, with its architecture from the colonial era Well preserved. We spend the night in a comfortable local hotel. Read more

Overnight in Kratie
DAY 4

Kratie to Mondulkiri

After breakfast in Kratie, we travel to Kampi, one of the many deep basins where rare dolphins gather for food. We embark aboard a local boat and cruise out into the mighty Mekong for a casual encounter with these sweet creatures. Display is commonplace, but it is easier to see the dolphins in the shallow water of the dry season than in the flooded river of the wet season. After enjoying an hour or more of dolphin watching, we travel south to the small connecting city of Snuol, our gateway to the Mondulkiri deserts. After a (very) local lunch in the small town of Snuol, we leave behind the paved roads of civilization and take on the red mountain roads. The first half of Snuol's journey is flat, passing through plots of lush forest and growing areas and plantations. After Khau Si Ma district, the road winds through the mountains that give Mondulkiri its name of "where the mountains meet. There is a lush jungle hugging the road and locals pretend to see tigers on this stretch of night. Approaching Sen Monorom, the provincial capital, the landscape changes again, jungle thus giving to groups of pine trees and rolling grasslands. The landscape is unique for Cambodia and dotted with traditional villages Pnong, the main minority group in Mondulkiri. Upon arrival at Sen Monorom, we check into a comfortable local hotel for the night. Read more

Overnight in Mondulkiri
DAY 5

Full day in Mondulkiri

We leave Sen Monorom after breakfast and head to the double drop waterfall of Bou Sraa, one of the most famous in Cambodia. On the way, we stop in a village of the Pnong minority to learn a little more about their way of life. We can be invited to drink some rice wine, because the Pnong villagers are extremely welcoming and welcoming foreigners. We continue to Bou Sraa and explore the falls. It is possible to access both drops and there are swimming possibilities for those who want to take the plunge. We enjoy a picnic at the falls, then continue east of the village of Pichenda across the river. We return to Sen Monorom later in the day, perhaps stop visiting another minority village along the way. Overnight at the hotel. Read more

Overnight in Mondulkiri
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DAY 6

Mondulkiri to Kompong Thom

We leave behind the deserts of Mondulkiri, deposit the hills swept by the wind of pines through the jungle steam towards the lowlands of Cambodia. We do for the bustling provincial town of Kompong Cham, located on the banks of the Mekong River. Then we cotinoue to the province of Kompong Thom. Upon arrival at the hotel Overnight at the hotel. Read more

Overnight in Kompong Thom
DAY 7

Kompong Thom to Siem Reap

After breakfast in Kompong Thom, we explore the impressive pre-Angkorian capital of Isanapura, known today as Sambor Prei Kuk. The first major temple city in Southeast Asia, the brick temples of Sambor Prei Kuk are a peaceful contrast to their most illustrious relatives in Angkor. The visit of these ancient structures before our pilgrimage to Angkor offers a fascinating chronological overview in the development of the temple architecture during the Khmer Empire. We explore the main temples here, including Prasat Tao with its carefully-crafted lions and Prasat Sambor, with its ruined sanctuaries. After lunch we continue northwest on National Road 6. This was an old road from Angkor and we stop at Kompong Kdei to see one of the ancient bridges of Angkor that were built to span rivers . Spean Praptos or the Praptos Bridge has more than 20 arches and is a spectacular view, which reinforces the impression that the Khmers were like the Romans of Southeast Asia. We continue to Siem Reap where we check into our hotel and enjoy the rest of the afternoon free. Read more

Overnight in Siem Reap
DAY 8

Full day in Angkor area

Our guide picks us up at the hotel and visits the first temples of the Angolan era of the Roluos group, including Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei, This chronological perspective of the development of Angkor. Lunch on site. In the afternoon, visit the temples of the great circuit: the Neak Pean and the Preah Khan. Sunset in Pre Rup. Return to Siem Reap. Dinner and overnight at the hotel. Read more

Overnight in Siem Reap
DAY 9

Full day tour in Angkor

Visit this morning of Angkor Thom, including the Victory Gate, Bayon, Baphuon, Phimeanakas, Elephant Terraces and Leper King. Lunch break on site. In the afternoon, visit the temples of the small circuit: the Banteay Kdei, the romantic Ta Prohm where the cheese roots intertwine in the stones and, lastly, the Sras Srang. Sunset over Angkor Wat from Phnom Bakheng. Overnight at the hotel. Read more

Overnight in Siem Reap
DAY 10

Full day in Angkor

Morning awakening to contemplate the sunrise on Angkor Wat. Afterwards, we make the excursion further north to visit the elegant Banteay Srei and the well-preserved Banteay Samre. Lunch break, then complete visit of the majestic Angkor Wat to admire its architecture and its bas-reliefs. Back to Siem Reap - it is at this moment that you can take advantage of it to visit the National Museum of Angkor, small marvel ... take the small wool. Relaxation at the pool, and overnight at the hotel. Read more

Overnight at Siem Reap
DAY 11

Full day in Siem Reap

Excursion this morning to Phnom Krom with a cruise on the Tonle Sap and discovery of the floating villages: if you go to Battambang the next day by boat, to replace by the excursion to the village of Kompong Phluk Lunch break at a local restaurant then visit the Craftsmen of Angkor. Here you will see the different workshops with a French speaking guide and will be able to buy very nice gifts souvenirs 3 (Prices are the same everywhere in Siem Reap, Phnom Penh or airport): All these items are made by young Cambodian disinherited, trained in these trades by Artisans of Angkor. You will end the shopping by a tour to the old market and perhaps by a foot massage. Overnight at the hotel. Read more

Overnight in Siem Reap
DAY 12

Siem Reap - Battambang via B

We leave Siem Reap after breakfast and travel west towards the trading town of Svay Sisophon. We then head deeper into Banteay Meanchey province to the incredible jungle temple of Banteay Chhmar, famous for its signature faces of Jayavarman VII. After travelling through some beautiful stretches of Cambodian countryside, we start at the enigmatic temple of Banteay Top. Here the central tower has collapsed, only to be rebuilt and resembles a precarious tower of building blocks. The interior includes original wooden supports, a rarity in this tropical climate. We continue to the main temple of Banteay Chhmar for a thorough exploration. We see the magnificent carvings of Lokesvara with 32 arms, nicknamed lok sam-pee (Mr 32) by Khmers, as well as the beautiful Hall of Dancers, similar to the famous Preah Khan. After clambering about among this sleeping giant, we continue to explore the outer complex, including the outer gate of Ta Prohm, like a smaller cousin of the impressive Angkor Thom gates and protected by a moat. We travel south through Sisophon once more before continuing to Battambang, a historic riverside city on the banks of the Sangker River. We spend the night in a comfortable local hotel. Read more

Overnight in Battambang
DAY 13

Battambang

You will start the day with a tour on the Bamboo Train (a little hopping, but a flat route) and then you will go to the temple-mountain of Vat Banan. This small, but delicate building, will make you discover a superb panorama on the surroundings. Continuation for the sacred hill of Phnom Sampeou. Exploration of the caves and tombs of this limestone promontory then return to town and transfer to your hotel. Relaxation at the pool, and overnight at the hotel. Read more

Overnight in Battambang
DAY 14

Battambang to Phnom Penh

We leave Battambang after breakfast and travel south-east towards the province of Pursat. We pass through endless Cambodian rice paddies dotted with sugar palm trees. We arrive at the small town of Krakor and turn on the main road to visit the floating town of Kompong Luong incredible. The largest community floating on Lake Tonle Sap, there are nearly 10,000 inhabitants who live here. Everything floats on the water, including schools, clinic, shops and gas station. We explore by boat and experience life in a real floating community spared by mass tourism. We travel to the busy river town of Kompong Chhnang where we stop to enjoy a local lunch. We then drive to the ancient capital of Cambodia Udong. We explore the sacred hills here, which include historical pagodas and several stupas containing the remains of the ancient kings of Cambodia. Later, we continue from the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh. Read more

Overnight in Phnom Penh
DAY 15

Phnom Penh-Kep

We leave Phnom Penh and south on National Road 3 towards the south coast. We stop at Tonle Bati to visit the beautiful 12th century temple of Ta Prohm. Built by King Jayavarman VII, this temple is surrounded by flourishing flowers and is a tranquil sanctuary. We continue to Takeo where we enjoy a local lunch overlooking the water. We then travel by boat along an ancient canal to Phnom Da, a beautiful 8th century temple on top of a small mountain. An island in the rainy season, when this area is flooded with water, it is surrounded by a sea of green rice fields in the dry season. We explore the brick temple on top of the hill and take in the magnificent views. We then follow a forest path to Asram Moha Russei, a shelter of curious hermit carved in sandstone. Later, we return by boat to Takeo and travel to the small town of Kompong Trach. For a long time, this place has been forgotten, that civil war has kept off the map, but the new border with Vietnam has seen a bit of a boom. We stop to visit the temple of the interesting cave of Wat Kirisan, built in the base of Phnom Sor. We travel through a small cave to a hidden room open to the elements, the steep walls streaming with foliage. There are several hidden sanctuaries here, as well as the Cave of the Thousand Rice Fields, where the inhabitants claim that the limestone resembles terraces. We travel to the former French resort of the Kep era and check into a comfortable hotel for the night. Read more

Overnight in Kep
DAY 16

Rabbit island

We travel to the boat pier on a local boat for the trip to Koh Tonsay or Rabbit Island. We travel through the calm waters of this beautiful island lined with palm trees, which is home to a small community of fishermen and peasants. We leave some free time to enjoy the white sandy beaches that ring the island. Afternoon, there is more time to enjoy the sun, sea and sand before returning to Kep by boat. Read more

Overnight in Kep
DAY 17

Kep to Sihanoukville

We leave behind the beaches of Kep and pass through the charming river town of Kampot where we can stop for some refreshments. We then take the winding road that winds through the dense jungle of Bokor National Park. This is a beautiful road with an ugly past, that several hundred contract workers perished during its construction after the First World War. We emerge on a plateau and see the remains of the Black Palace, one of the former residences of King Sihanouk here. The view is incredible, as the jungle falls away from the coast below. We continue to the abandoned hill station of Bokor, a fresh retreat from the heat of the Cambodian plains for French settlers. We explore some of the dilapidated buildings here, including the old Catholic church which is strangely located on the hill and the shell of the Bokor Palace Hotel, once the most sanitary address in town. There are also the remains of an old casino here and a Le Corbusier house designed. After exploring the historical remains of Bokor, we head towards Popokvil Falls, a beautiful waterfall nestled in the jungle. We have a picnic at this picturesque place. There may be a chance for a swim, but it depends on the season, as falls can be just a net in the dry season. Later, we travel down the mountain and head west towards the seaside resort of Sihanoukville, home to the most beautiful beaches of Cambodia. This lovely road passes under the shadow of Bokor Mountain and runs along the coastline for much of its length. We pass through some pretty fishing villages before arriving in the small town of Veau Renh on National Road 4. We head south towards Sihanoukville, check into our hotel and leave the rest of the day free to enjoy the beautiful beaches And warm waters. Read more

Overnight in Sihanoukville
DAY 18

Sihanoukville-Koh Rong

Today you will take speedboat to koh rong. Free at leisure on the beach.

Overnight in Koh Rong
DAY 19

Koh Rong: free day

Free at leisure on the beach

Overnight in Koh Rong
DAY 20

Koh Rong: free day

Free at leisure on the beach

Overnight in Koh Rong
DAY 21

Koh Rong: free day

Free at leisure on the beach

Overnight in Koh Rong
DAY 22

Koh Rong/Sihanoukville/Phnom

Breakfast at hotel Take speedboat back from Koh Rong to Sihanoukville. Then, transfer you back to Phnom Penh . Upon arrival check in at hotel

Overnight in Phnom Penh
DAY 23

Phnom Penh departure

Breakfast at hotel Pick up from hotel to Phnom Penh international airport for flight back home

ACCOMMODATIONS

Day in trip
Location
Hotel
Day 1
Location Phnom Penh
Day 3
Location Kratie
Day 4
Location Mondulkiri
Day 6
Location Kompong Thom
Day 7
Location Siem Reap
Day 12
Location Battambang
Day 14
Location Phnom Penh
Day 15
Location Kep
Day 17
Location Sihanoukville
Day 18
Location Koh Rong
Day 22
Location Phnom Penh
Day in trip
Location
Hotel
Day 1
Location Phnom Penh
Day 3
Location Kratie
Day 4
Location Mondulkiri
Day 6
Location Kompong Thom
Day 7
Location Siem Reap
Day 12
Location Battambang
Day 14
Location Phnom Penh
Day 15
Location Kep
Day 7
Location Sihanoukville
Day 18
Location Koh Rong
Day 22
Location Phnom Penh
Day in trip
Location
Hotel
Day 1
Location Phnom Penh
Day 3
Location Kratie
Day 4
Location Mondulkiri
Day 6
Location Kompong Thom
Day 7
Location Siem Reap
Day 12
Location Battambang
Day 14
Location Phnom Penh
Day 15
Location Kep
Day 17
Location Sihanoukville
Day 18
Location Koh Rong
Day 22
Location Phnom Penh

TRIP PACKAGE

Package includes

  • Transfer from/to the airport
  • Transport during the tour
  • Accommodation
  • English speaking local guides
  • Information services
  • Entrance fee

Package excludes

  • Airfare
  • Personal expenses
  • Visa fee: USD 30 or any other formalities.
  • Tips
  • Beverages
  • Additional journeys and transfers
  • Meals
  • Travel insurance

REVIEWS

3 Reviews

Ramakrishnan Vaikunt , India

The tour in Siem Reap was overall very good. The guide and driver was punctual. The guide and driver maintained friendly disposition and were family.

Carlo Genovez, Brazil

Very good. We learned a lot and have much fun. Guide has deep knowledge, very good attitude and energy.

Alain Nolet, Canada

Very good quality of service. Guide was friendly and knowledgeable. He was willing and able to answer all our questions. Great driver. We felt very safe while he brought us to our locations. Great Tour :)

More than 10 years experienced in tourism field.

Asia Exotic Tours
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