Classic Cambodia Tour

8
nights and
9
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16,078

Per person sharing

Experience all the excitement and culture Cambodia has to offer with our Classic Cambodia Tour. Undoubtedly this journey will take you to the most iconic spots in nine days. Explore the vibrant capital city of Phnom Penh and ancient Siem Reap, home to the incredible religious complex of Angkor. Subsequently, you will venture through the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat and see some of the country’s most beautiful hidden temples. 
We combine the magnificence of the Khmer Empire with lively Phnom Penh and is, therefore, the perfect way to get acquainted with this captivating nation. Witness the grandeur of ancient Angkor Wat. See the enigmatic faces of the Bayon. Confront the tragedy of the recent past and delight in the hopes for a better future during this classic Cambodian adventure.

At a glance

Day 1 Arrive Siem Reap. Meet and transfer to your hotel    
Day 2 Village walk and Floating Community      
Day 3 Siem Reap: Angkor Temples
Day 4 Siem Reap to Battambang and Bamboo Train ride    
Day 5 Battambang Orientation tour by bike      
Day 6 Travel to Phnom Penh via Kampong Chnnang    
Day 7 Phnom Penh City tour    
Day 8 Phon Penh: Architectural tour and Sunset Dinner Cruise    
Day 9 Depart Phnom Penh    

Highlights

> Take an ox-wide ride through the rice paddies
> Early morning Angkor Wat tour
> Gaze at the enigmatic faces of the Bayon Temples
> An adventurous Bamboo train ride in Battambang
> Explore the Phnom Sampeau caves still containing reminders of a turbulent past
> Shop for pottery in Kampong Chnnang
> Enjoy a BBQ dinner on a sunset cruise in Phnom Penh
 

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Itinerary

Day 4

Siem Reap to Battambang (B)

  • Travel by car to Battambang and check in at your hotel on arrival
  • Free time to explore the city renowned for its colonial building
  • A sunset bamboo train is planned for today
  • A dinner at the Jaan Bai Restaurant is not to be missed
Day 5

Battambang Orientation tour by Bike (B)

  • Spend your day exploring Bantam by bike visiting local families producing traditional products such as rice paper, dried bananas, bamboo sticky rice and rice wine.
  • Learn first hand about every-day life in rural communities
  • Visit the well preserved 11th century Angkorian temple at Prasat Phnom Banan
  • End the day with a visit to the Phnom Sampeau, a massive limestone outcrop dissected by a number of caves
     
Day 6

Battambag - Kampong Chnnang - Phnom Penh (B)

  • Continue your journey southeast and stop at the seldom visited Kampong Chnnang, meaning "Port of Pottery"
  • Onwards to Kampong Luong, a silversmith village
  • Arrive in Phnom Penh and check in at your hotel 

Inclusions

  • Meet and assist on arrival and departure by our local representative 
  • Transfer and intercity transportation as per itinerary in AC vehicle
  • Accommodation in selected hotels in a double/twin room sharing
  • Meal plan as per itinerary
  • Local English speaking Guide
  • Entrance fees

Exclusions

  • International/Domestic flights – Departure & Fuel taxes (Contact us for best airfares)
  • Personal expenses, meals and drinks unless otherwise specified
  • Travel insurance
  • Visa fee
  • Tips
  • Services not stated in the itinerary

Validity

  • Rate valid for travel between 01 APR to 30 SEP 2019

    Contact us for any other date of travel required

Country information

  • Best time to travel to Cambodia
    Tourist season runs from November to March, but Cambodia is warm throughout the year and temperatures do not go below 20C. If you prefer lesser crowds, opt to travel between May to early October
  • Cambodia Culture and Greetings
    Cambodians are a mixture of Hinduism and Buddhism. The country’s golden age between the 9th and 14th Century is better known as the Khmer Empire era. During this time Cambodia achieved unparalleled achievements in the arts and architecture and Angkor Wat is your perfect example
    When you greet someone, press your hands together in front of your chest.
  • Drinks & Food
    The basic of any Cambodian meal is rice, served either sticky or jasmine rice grown in the many paddy fields.
    Noodle soup is very common, and you will find that French food is still readily available. Don’t be surprised to find a coffee and “baguette sandwich” snack option. Roadside street food stalls are fun to try but rather sticks to the busy stalls serving piping hot foods
  • Discover your environment
    Taxi hire is available in all major cities. They are not metered so fix the rate in advance. Tips will be appreciated by the driver. Not to be missed is a ride in a tuk-tuk.
  • Tipping
    Locals rarely tip, however, tourist like to add 10% which is appropriate especially in restaurants where no service charge is added to the bill
  • Local interesting meals:
    Babor: Rice porridge with chicken broth
    Kralan: Sticky rice flavored with sugar, beans and grated coconut steamed inside a Bamboo pole
    Mee Katang: Cantonese styled wild rice cooked with meat and vegetables served with an oyster sauce  

Most travelers take a Cambodian tour for the sprawling ruins of Angkor Wat. Hidden deep in the jungle, one walks through the towering, intricate stonework and to find the crumbling temples of Angkor’s and its overgrown palaces. This tour is a sublime experience — well worth the trip itself.