Discover the 12th-century temples of King Suryavarman II on a 3-day tour of Angkor Wat, and see the main sights of the former capital of the Khmer Empire. Admire intricate carvings and jungle-covered monuments, and visit floating villages of Tonle Sap.
Visit the Kampong Kdei Bridge, ancient bridge of the Khmer Empire.
Phom Phen Day Tour to visit The Royal palace and silver pagoda, National Museum and Killing Field, Russian market or Centrol market, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum S21) and Shopping
3-9 = 5% off
10-19 = 10% off
20-50 = 15% off
Tour at 08:30 am
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, see a classical Cambodian Apsara Dance Show, and much more.
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)…
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.
Immerse yourself in the history of the Khmer Empire on a full-day tour from Siem Reap to the sacred mountain of Phnom Kulen.
Located just north of Siem Reap, the isolated Phnom Kulen mountain range is formed of sandstone, and widely regarded as the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire. Upon arrival, you will go to the hilltop site to see the largest reclining Buddha in Cambodia, dedicated to the proclamation of independence by King Jayavarman II in 802 AD.
Phnom Kulen has now returned to government hands after the fall of the Khmer Rouge and is still fairly inaccessible because of the poor road conditions, especially in the rainy season. Navigate the rugged roads to see the intricate fertility carvings that are a legacy of the God-Kings who ruled Cambodia in the 9th century.
Lunch at a local restaurant on the way back you will stop at a local village to learn how sugar is produced from the sugar palm plants and country side tour will start destination to the Southwest of the town to the remote village then you will enjoy the scenery of the countryside including the villages, traditional house style, green rice fields, the people, their culture and their wonderful smile of the children.
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
Pick up from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, on the way to visit the Kampong Kdei Bridge, anceint bridge of the Khmer Empire.
– Kompong Krei Bridge was known as its original name “Spean Preah Toeus” which means “The Bridge of indication” in Khmer language. This bridge is an attractive destination tourists cannot ignore when visiting Siem Reap – the former capital of the ancient kingdom of Angkor in Cambodia.
The Kompong Kdei is spanning the Chi Kreng River with 86 meters long, 16 meters wide and 10 meters high above the level of the river bed. The bridge is recognized as the longest corbelled stone – arch bridge in the world with 21 corbel arches sustained by 20 pillars which all are made of laterite.
Especially, there are four big 9 – head Naga engraved with sophisticate carvings on the end of the parapet. The figure of Naga is so sacred to Cambodia people that they worship Naga as a god giving them a love and protection for their life and their country…
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…
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…
Free time until Transfer to airport in Phnom Penh, or city tour and shopping then Transfer to airport in Phnom Penh.
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.
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