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A Journey Through Ancient Grandeur and Natural Beauty

Cambodia, a country located in Southeast Asia, is a land rich in history, culture, and natural splendor. From the awe-inspiring temples of Angkor to the serene landscapes of the Mekong River, Cambodia offers travelers a tapestry of experiences that reflect its vibrant heritage and breathtaking scenery.

Historical Heritage:

At the heart of Cambodia’s allure are the ancient temples of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world, stands as a testament to the ingenuity of the Khmer Empire. The intricately carved sandstone temples, including Angkor Thom and Bayon, transport visitors back in time to an era of architectural marvels and spiritual devotion.

Khmer Culture:

Cambodia’s cultural heritage is deeply rooted in the Khmer civilization. The Khmer people have a rich tradition of dance, music, and art, which is showcased in performances like the Apsara dance. Traditional ceremonies and festivals, such as Khmer New Year and Pchum Ben, provide visitors with insights into the Khmer way of life and their strong sense of community.

Natural Beauty:

Beyond its historical sites, Cambodia boasts breathtaking natural beauty. The Mekong River, one of the world’s great waterways, flows through the country, offering picturesque landscapes and opportunities for boat tours. The serene Tonlé Sap Lake, known for its floating villages, is a unique and peaceful destination.

Siem Reap and Beyond:

Siem Reap, the gateway to Angkor, is a vibrant city with a thriving arts scene, lively markets, and a wide range of culinary delights. The nearby countryside offers opportunities for cycling tours and interactions with local communities. Cambodia’s coastal areas, such as Sihanoukville and Kep, provide pristine beaches and seafood feasts.


Cambodian cuisine is a delightful fusion of flavors influenced by neighboring countries like Thailand and Vietnam. Dishes like amok (a coconut-based fish curry), kuy teav (noodle soup), and lok lak (stir-fried beef) are popular among locals and tourists alike. Cambodian street food, found in bustling markets, offers an array of delicious and affordable options.

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Siem Reap International airport 

Our representative will be met and greeted at the airport . transfer to the hotel . relax at the hotel in the evening


Pick up from the hotel at 8am to purchase the three days temple pass. Follow the south gate Angok Thom discover Angkor Thom city including Bayon (Late 12 century C.E, Religion Buddhist) follow visit Takeo (Late 10 to Early 11 century C.E, Religion Hindu Shiva) head to Ta Prohm (Mid 12 to Early 13 century C.E, Religion Buddhist) lunch break at the local restaurant late afternoon our guide and driver will bring your group to Angkor Wat (Early 11 century C.E, Religion Hindu Shiva)

Banteay Srey >  Khmer

Start at 08:00 am go to Banteay Srey (Late 10 century C.E, Religion Hindu Shiva) on the way we may stop for beautiful photo shoot, enjoy traditional Khmer village and palm sugar produce our guide and driver will bring your group to National Park Phnom Kulen (9 century C.E, Religion Hindu) waterfall and riverbed carvings of 1000 Shiva Linga is a an attractive spot. Lunch break at the local restaurant, head to Beng Mealea (Early 11 century C.E, Religion Hindu) exploring this titanic temples of Angkor which is sn ultimate Indiana Jones experience. Head to Roluos Group (Lolei, Preah Ko, Bakong) the first major capital of the Angkorian-era Khmer Empire the last visit for today is Kompong Phhluk floating village Boeung Tonle Sap lake. It is the largest lake in South East Asia enjoy boat ride through the fresh water mangroves and visit the stilt houses with lifestyle animated by fishing activities and a great time to take picturesque photos.

Preah Khan > East Mebon

Start at 08:00 am Our guide and driver will bring your group to => Preah Khan (Late 12 century C.E, Religion Buddhist) follow Neak Pean (Late 12 century C.E, Religion Buddhist) then Ta Som (Late 12 century C.E, Religion Buddhist) head to East Mebon (Late 10 century C.E, Religion Hindu Shiva) Lunch break at the local restaurant follow to see Banteay Samre (Mid 12 century C.E, Religion Hindu Vishnu) the last temple for the day is Pre Rup (Late 10 century C.E, Religion Hindu Shiva) it also good for sunset.

Siem Reap International airport 

Drop off to the airport in time for the connecting flight

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