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10 Days Tour Explore Main Cities Around Tonle Sap Lake

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10 Days
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Phnom Penh
Siem Resp
Max People : 50
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The Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. It is fed by the Tonle Sap River which is unique in that its direction of flow changes at different times of the year. This tour takes you on a circuit of the lake, beginning in Siem Reap, where we will show you the highlights of the Angkor temples Tobe MyGuest style – without the crowds. We continue to Battambang with its crumbling colonial architecture and fun Bamboo Train and end in Cambodia’s bustling capital, Phnom Penh. From Angkor Wat to emerald rice fields, jungle-clad Beng Mealea temple to busy markets this tour offers an in-depth look at life around the Tonle Sap.

Departure & Return Location

Siem Reap International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

Tour at 08:30 am

Price Includes

  • Pick up from Airport to Hotel in Siem Reap
  • Pick up from Hotel to Airport in Phnom Penh
  • Pick up and drop off hotel in SR and PP
  • Cool drinking water during the tour
  • All transportation in destination location
  • Professional English speaking tour guide
  • All transportation in destination location
  • All Entrance Fees in Siem Reap, Battambang and Phnom Penh
  • All Lunch at a local restaurant
  • All Government Taxs
  • All the services mentioned in the description

Price Excludes

  • Drinks at the restaurant
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips for the driver and guide
  • Any service not mentioned in the description
What to Expect

Explore the mysterious monuments of the former capitals of the Khmer Empire on a 3-day tour of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. Sail through an impressive flooded forest by boat to a small floating village, Battambang’s Bamboo Train, Wat Slaket, Wat Ek Phnom & Provincial Museum.
The Royal Palace: Gleaming in gold, the Royal Palace is one of Phnom Penh?s most splendid architectural achievements, extravagant Silver Pagoda, also known as Wat Preah Keo or Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
The National Museum: Located just north of the Royal Palace, the National Museum of Cambodia is housed in a graceful terracotta structure of traditional design (built from 1917 to 1920), with an inviting courtyard garden.
The Killing Field: Between 1975 and 1978,aabout 17,000 men, women, children and infants (including nine westerners), detained and tortured at S-21 prison (now Tuol Sleng Museum)…

  • Enjoy your Angkor Gondola Boat Rides for Sunset
  • Visit the Bayon temple and Terrace of the Elephants at Angkor Thom
  • Exploring Angkor Wat Ta Promh temple, a location for the movie “Tomb Raider”
  • Visit the Bayon temple and Terrace of the Elephants at Angkor Thom
  • Visit the remote Koh Ker temple group, the remnants of an ancient Khmer capital
  • Enjoy the "lost temple" atmosphere of Beng Melea, and see Hindu carvings among the ancient trees
  • Kampong Phluk Floating Village is a permanent village opposed to floating
  • Angkor Dynasty Theater is the larger theater and theater in South East Asia
  • Battambang's Bamboo Train
  • Wat Slaket, Wat Ek Phnom & Provincial Museum
  • Khmer Rouge sites in Phnom Penh
  • Visit The Royal palace and silver pagoda, National Museum and Killing Field
  • Visit Russian market or Centrol market and - Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum S21)
Itinerary

Day 1Arrive in Siem Reap

Arrive in Siem Reap where you will be met by your expert Tobe MyGuest guide and transferred to your hotel. This afternoon enjoy your first taste of Angkor with a visit to Banteay Kdei temple followed by sunset drinks on the moat of Angkor Thom, a world away from the tourist crowds.

Day 2Explore the main temples of Angkor Park

pick up a day before stsrting tour OR
Pick up from Siem Reap Airport to hotel on the same day in the morning then starting tour
After breakfast at 08:30 am you’ll head out with your guide to Angkor Thom, an ancient capital of the Khmer empire. Starting at the south gate you’ll explore the complex, visiting the central, Bayon temple, the 3-tiered Hindu Baphoun temple, and the Terrace of the Elephants, which is part of the walled city then do the tour with a stop at the Ta Promh jungle temple, built by King Jayavarman VII in 1186. You may recognize the temple and the jungle that has engulfed it from the Hollywood movie Tomb Raider.
Stop for lunch at a local restaurant before visiting the iconic Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Angkor Wat was built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II, and dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu.

Day 3Visit the temple complex at Koh Kor group, beng mealea temple and Angkor Dynasty Theater

You’ll start out with the 130-kilometer drive through the scenic countryside from Siem Reap to the remote site of the Koh Ker temple group. The temple complex at Koh Kor, located to the north-east of Siem Reap, represents the remnants of the capital of the Khmer empire from 928-944 A.D.
When the temple was in active use, its walls may have been covered, painted, or adorned with frescoes. In it time, Beng Melea was at the crossroads of several major routes that ran to Angkor, Koh Ker, and Preah Vihear.

Day 4Kampong Phluk Floating Village is a permanent village opposed to floating

Kompong Phluk Floating Village is a permanent village opposed to floating, And it’s about 25 kilometers east of Chong Khneas. Here is a much better option for you to visit a village on the lake. Kompong Phluk is accessible by boat only. Kompong Phluk is a relatively small village that provides very good insight into the village lifestyle of the Tonle Sap. This village exists almost exclusively on fishing and related activities. Houses are built on stilts up to 10 m high, and the village is surrounded by flooded forest.
After Lunch, Siem Reap City Tour to visit the old market, night market and Shopping, back to hotel.

Then to Angkor Dynasty Theater is a large-scale cultural tourism complex forged by the joint force of Canadian Integrated Enterprise Group And China famous cultural.
It is a large-scale cultural tourism complex that has been beaten by the common power, Canadian Integrated Enterprise Group and with Mei Yu Group, China’s well-known cultural and industrial enterprise.
The project deals with important historical and cultural landscapes. It also focuses on entertainment, catering services and other business centers. It is filled with fully functional leisure time with beautiful tropical landsca.

Day 5Siem Reap to Battambang

Road journey to Battambang: This morning, drive from Siem Reap to Battambang on the way stop at the district of Puok to visit the Silk Farm. Learn the different stages of the complex process of producing handmade silk, including the growing of the mulberry trees, silk worm breeding, and training in the ancient craft of silk dyeing and weaving, then continue to Battambang and check into your hotel.

Day 6Full day tour of Battambang

Full day tour of Battambang: Morning, drive along the picturesque Sangker River to Wat Slaket pagoda, the residence of the provincial Buddhist patriarch. Visit a Khmer Ancient House and continue to visit Wat Ek Phnom. Visit the Provincial Museum and the local market. Next, transfer to a local village for a ride on the Bamboo Train. Travel 8km on the train to the next village through beautiful landscape and rice paddies.

Afternoon, visit Phare Ponleu Selpak, this centre supports around 30 orphans and trafficking victims and is schooling more than 1,200 pupils, over 400 of who study visual arts, music, Circus, drama and dance for leisure or vocational training. Then continue to visit Phnom Banon. Arriving at the temple, with its five sandstone towers on top of a hill and enjoy a magnificent view of the surrounding plains until sunset.

Day 7Battambang To Phnom Penh

Explore the villages, markets and rural scenery along National Road No 5 by private car on your journey to Phnom Penh. Your driver will stop at your request at some of the villages and towns producing traditional and modern Khmer crafts, including the famous marble work of Pursat, and the ceramics of Kompong Chhnang.
Then drive along the busy riverside of the Tonle Sap Lake to The Capital City of Phnom Penh for hotel check in.

Day 8Visit The Royal palace and silver pagoda, National Museum and Killing Field

Phom Phen Day Tour to visit The Royal palace and silver pagoda, National Museum and killing field
– The Royal Palace: Gleaming in gold, the Royal Palace is one of Phnom Penh?s most splendid architectural achievements. It is home to His Majesty Preah Bat smdech Preah Norodom Sihanouk and Her Majesty Preah Reach Akka-Mohesey Norodom Monineath. The palace was built in 1866 by His Majeaty Preah Bat Norodom, great grandfather to our current King. The Royal Palace is built on the site of the old town. This site was especially chosen by a Commission of Royal Ministers and Astrologers because it had great geographical significance in relation to the King, who was regarded as a direct descendant of the gods, whose role it was to live and govern on earth under the influence of heaven…
– The Silver Pagoda: Within the Royal Palace compound is the extravagant Silver Pagoda, also known as Wat Preah Keo or Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It is so named for its floor, which is covered with five tons of gleaming silver. You can sneak a peek at some of the 5000 tiles near the entrance, but most are covered to protect them…
– The National Museum: Located just north of the Royal Palace, the National Museum of Cambodia is housed in a graceful terracotta structure of traditional design (built from 1917 to 1920), with an inviting courtyard garden. The museum is home to the world’s finest collection of Khmer sculpture: a millennium’s worth and more of masterful Khmer design…
– The Killing Field: Between 1975 and 1978,aabout 17,000 men, women, children and infants (including nine westerners), detained and tortured at S-21 prison (now Tuol Sleng Museum), were transported to the extermination to death to avoid wasting precious bullets.The remains of 8985 people, many of whom were bound and blindfolded, were exhumed in 1980 from mass graves in this one-time long an orchard; 43 of the 129 communal graves here have been left untouched. Fragment of Human bone and bits of cloth are scattered around the disinterred pits. Over 8000 skulls, arranged by sex, are visible behind the clear glass panels of the Memoral Stupa, which was erected in 1988.The Killing Fields of Choeung Ek are 15 km from Central Phnom Penh. To get there, take Monireth Blvd south-westward out of the city from the Dang Kor Market bus depot. The site is 8.5 km from the bridge near 271 St. A memorial ceremony is held annually at Choeung Ek on 9 May…

Day 9Visit Russian market or Centrol market and - Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum S21)

Russian market or Centrol market and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum S21)
– Russian Market: This sweltering bazaar is the one market all visitors should come to at least once during a trip to Phnom Penh. It is the place to shop for souvenirs and discounted name-brand clothing. We can’t vouch for the authenticity of everything, but along with plenty of knock-offs you’ll find genuine articles stitched in local factories…
– Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum S21: In 1975, Tuol Svay Prey High School was taken over by Pol Pot’s security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21); it soon became the largest centre of detention and torture in the country. S-21 has been turned into the Tuol Sleng museum, which serves as a testament to the crimes of the Khmer Rouge…

Day 10Private transfer to Phnom Penh Airport

Private transfer to Phnom Penh Airport for your departure flight. Depending on your flight schedule it may be possible to visit the city’s markets

What To Remember:

Dress standards are conservative throughout Asia, especially outside major cities. To respect this and for your own comfort, please wear modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the hot Asian climate. Comfortable shoes are a must.

The Apsara Authority which manages the park reserves the right to refuse entry to certain areas of the site for guests who wear clothing which is considered immodest. No smoking, drinking alcohol, or touching the carvings is permitted in and around the temples.

Closure of site: The third level of Angkor Wat is not open during Buddhist holidays.

Cancellation policyStrict: ( Deposit: 50% )

– 70% of Deposit refund 7 days prior to the selected day
– 50% of Deposit refund for 4 – 6 days prior to the selected day
– Non refundable for 3 days prior to the selected day

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