Cambodia Classical Tours 5 days & 4 nights Itinerary
Siem Reap and Phnom Penh City
Day 1: Siem Reap
After arriving in Siem Reap, you are welcomed by one of our professional driver who will take you to your hotel. Visiting the temples will start shortly thereafter. This morning, you will start to visit Roluos Group Temples: Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei. The temples are built from the early of Angkor Period (802-1431). Preah Ko temple was built by king Indravarman I in 879. Bakong was built in 881. And Lolei was built by king Yasovarman I in 893.
Afternoon, you will visit the magnificent temple of Angkor Wat which is the largest temple in Angkor site, Angkor Wat was built by King Suryavarman II (1113 – 1150) to dedicate to God ‘Vishnu’. The temple known as the wonder of the world, located in UNESCO site 401 square kilometers. The best time to photograph beautiful view is during sun rise and sun set.
Day 2: Siem Reap
Your second day, Departure to the north of Siem Reap to visit the Ta Prohm, then the citadel of woman – Banteay Srei – a jewel indisputable of the Khmer art: entirely having been constructed by hard pink sandstone and perfectly preserved and restored. You will then drive back to visit AKIRA land mine museum and then continue to see the production of Palm Sugar at the villages along the way to Angkor Site.
This afternoon, you will visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, which located in the center of Angkor Thom ‘Great City’ of Cambodia, during the reign of King Jayavarman VII (1181-1218). It is impressive of 4 faces of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva of Mahayana Buddhism. You will go on to Baphuon, Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, and Elephant Terrace and Leper King Terrace.
Day 3: Siem Reap
In the morning, you will start with a visit to Preah Khan temple, which was known as an old temporary city of king Jayavarman VII (1181-1218). You will continue to Neak Pean Temple, which was one of the 102 ancient hospitals of King Jayavarman VII who built this hospital temple for taking care people’s health. Eastern Mebon and Pre Rup temple will be visited later on. These two temples were built by the same king ‘Rajendra Varman II (944-967) to dedicate his ancestors.
This afternoon, you will visit Beng Mealea Temple which is built in the 12th century. It is the one was invaded by jungle. The temple was a model of building of Angkor Wat in Angkor site. Then you are going on to discovery about O Thmor Dab ‘Quarry’, the quarry of all temples in Cambodia. You will see the traces of Khmer ancestors cut the sand stone to build all temples in the areas.
Day 4: Siem Reap – Phnom Penh
This morning you will be out for a visit by boat, you will discovery the great lake “Tonle Sap”: real Interior Ocean where there are a lot of fish which exported by the multiple villages of fishermen who you have got the occasion to approach. You will visit as well a fish & Crocodile Farms.
After lunch you will drive to Phnom Penh by private vehicle and you will be welcomed & check in hotel.
Day 5: Phnom Penh
This morning you will visit the Royal Palace, which was built in the conjunction of the Rivers during the reign of King NORODOM, and then you will continue to visit Silver Pagoda or Pagoda of Emerald Buddha. And then visit to National Museum.
After lunch you will visit Genocide Museum S21. And then you will transfer to Phnom Penh airport for your International flight.
+ The Price is $395 for air-conditioning car (1-3 pax)
+ The price is $475 for air-conditioning mini van (1-15 pax)
please note that all the price for one group not per person
|-Driver, gasoline,A/C vehicle|
-Free pure drinking water during your visit
-Foot massage 1 hour
|– one buffet dinner with Apsara dancing show|
– Entrance fees on the archaeological site and Museum mentioned in the itinerary
-International air ticket
-Cambodia Cultural Village ticket
-Boat trip to floating villages (Tonle Sap Lake)
-Elephant ride (15 $us each)
-Balloon (15 USD each)
-Visa fees upon arrival in Siem Reap airport: (20USD + photo per person)
-International airport tax in Phnom Penh/Siem Reap: 25USD
-Drinks (at restaurant)