6 Days in Siem Reap

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ITINERARY DETAILS

DAY 1: CITY HIGHLIGHTS + TRADITIONAL SHOWS

 

Morning: Learn how silk is made at a local silk farm, see relics from the country’s wars at the Cambodia War Museum, then watch artisans create unique stone, wood and textile crafts at Artisans d’Angkor Khmer handicraft center.

Afternoon: See exhibits on Khmer history, civilization, and cultural heritage at Angkor National Museum, then enjoy some free time at the Old Market (Psar Chas). Return to hotel for shower and relaxation.

Evening: Enjoy an expansive buffet dinner with traditional dance shows at Koulen II restaurant.After dinner, see Angkor Night Market.

 

Day2 -The Smiling faces of Bayon+ Angkor Wat + Sunset

Starting with hotel pick up at 8:00 am or your preferable time and our friendly early morning smiles. You will see more than you expect! Such as visit South Gate of Angkor Thom ( The big walled city to be built by Buddhist King Jayavarman VII, Bayon (The state temple and mountain temple of Buddhist King ), Baphoun is a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base, the enclosure wall of Royal Palace and the temple inside it called Phimeanakas, Elephant and Leper King Terraces and break for lunch at the Angkor Park. After lunch We continue to visit Angkor Wat ( The largest religious monument in the world) and finally we can watch sunset at BaKeng Mountain or Pre Rup temple.

 

Day3- Lady Temple + Banteay Samre + Kulen Mountain&waterfall

Starting with hotel pick up at 8:00 am or your preferable time and our friendly early morning smiles. You will see more than you expect:

- Banteay Samre was built by the same king who built Angkor Wat temple ( quiet and peaceful temple)

- Kulen Mountain and holly Waterfall is the most sacred place for Cambodia as well as the most important place for visitors. You can enjoy a combination of natural beauty and Cambodia culture in relaxing atmosphere. It is the place where in the year 802 Jayavarman II was crowned as Devaraja (God King) and announced the independence from Java. Cambodia as we know it today was born. What we can see at the mountain are the most beautiful waterfall in Cambodia, thousand of Linga carvings along the riverbed, Preah Ang Thom, 16th century Buddhist monastery which is the residence of giant reclining Buddha which is carved in a boulder of sandstone and is one of the biggest Buddha statue you can find in Cambodia and footprint of Buddha.

Break for lunch at local restaurant, after lunch we continue to visit

Banteay Srei or Lady Temple Is made of pinkish and yellow sandstone in the year 967)

 

Day4- Sunrise + Tomb Raider temple + Roluos Group

Pick-up time at 4:40 am from your hotel or your preferable timing. Watch sunrise at the Angkor Wat temple and then we continue to explore Ta Prom before crowds.

- TA PROHM (The temple in the Tomb Raider movie)
- Ta Nei ( small hidden temple)
- Banteay Kdei temple ( was built at the same period of Angkor Thom)
- Srash Srang

 


Kravan temple ( 10 century brick temple with excellent carvings in the brick walls)
Break for lunch at local restaurant. After lunch we will continue to visit the temples in Rolous Group. The Roluos Group is a collection of monuments representing the remains of Hariharalaya, the first major capital of the Angkorian-era Khmer Empire. It has become known as the ‘Roluos Group’ due to its proximity to the modern town of Roluos. The ancient capital was named for Hari-Hara, a synthesis of the Hindu gods Shiva and Vishnu. Though there was an existing settlement in the area before the rise of Angkor, Hariharalaya was established as a capital city by Jayavarman II and served as the Khmer capital for over 70 years under four successive kings. Setting the pattern for the next four centuries, the first great Khmer temples (Bakong,  Preah Ko, Lolei and a baray) were constructed at Hariharalaya. The last king at Hariharalaya, Yasovarman I, built the first major temple at Angkor, Phnom Bakheng, and moved the capital to the Bakheng area in 905 C.E. With the exception of a 20 year interruption in the 10th century, the capital would remain at Angkor until 1422 C.E. The Roluos Group is located about 13km (20 minutes) southeast of Siem Reap and is easily included in any three day temple itinerary. Admission to the Roluos Group is included in you regular Angkor Park admission pass.

 


Day5- supper temple in Grand Circle + Floating Village

Starting with hotel pick up at 8:00 am or your preferable time and our friendly early morning smiles. You will see more than you expect:

 

Visiting such as Preah Khan ( The Kingdom was protected by sacred sword), Neak Pean ( The temple was built on an artificial island in the middle of ancient man made lake, Ta Som ( The fig tree is growing on the east gate), East Mebon (The tenth century temple built in the year 961), Pre Rup ( climb up to the top layer of this temple to see the spectacular view) and break for lunch at the local at the Angkor archeological park. After lunch break, we continue to explore the floating village on Tole Sap Lake ( seeing what is real life like for residents of the floating village on the lake and taking local cultural boat rides and then visiting the stilted houses, floating houses, fish farm and crocodile farm. Unlike, anything you have seen before. We will share lives of fishing and farming villagers inSiem Reap.

 

Day6-The HiddenTemple of Koh Ker and Beng Mealea

Starting with the hotel pick up at 7:00 am or your preferable time with early friendly morning smiles to visit Koh Ker which is an archaeological site, is located 120 kilometers from Siem Reap or ancient Capital city of Angkor and northern side of Cambodia. There are about forty temples and reservoir were built by empire King Jayavarman VII, who was usurper, ruled the country from 928 to 941. Koh Ker is a modern name of the city,the ancient name calls Linga Pura (the city of Lingams). Among those, one is the most beautiful " Prasat Thom means giant pyramidal temple. The temple was built in the center of capital city and represent of mountain temple or state temple which was built on seven-tiered and 36 meters pyramidal base. So Koh Ker is dominated by Prasat Thom, Prasat Linga, Prasat Prum and Prasat Neang Kmao.

 

Break for lunch at local restaurant; After lunch, we would like to bring you to visit the overgrown temple of Beng Mealea ( means lotus pond) is about 77 kilometers from Siem Reap town. It is a large, unrestored temple surrounded and partly overgrown by jungle near Phnom Kulen National Park.

 

The temple built out of large sandstone blocks adorned with both Hindu and Buddhist depictions is faced towards the east. You should not miss the visit of this one because 100 percent of this temple no restoration).

 

Note: it is private tour. You will have the full car/van and tour guide for your group. It is right, just you. You are in charge!

 

 

The quotation of our private car service

 

 

For 1-3 persons

 

 

For 4-10 persons

 

 

For 10-12 persons

 

 

310USD

 

 

350USD

 

 

380USD

 

 

 

Inclusion

 

 

Exclusion

 

-English speaking driver with license
-Car/Van with air-condition
-Parking fees/ tolls and petrol
-Cool pure drinking waters and towels

- Free pick-up from the hotel and drop off at the down town.

-English speaking tour guide with license.

-Angkor pass

- Kulen Mountain & holy waterfall pass

- Beng Mealea Temple Pass

- Koh Ker Temple Pass

- Entrance Fee for Floating Village

- Meals and soft drinks

-Tip

-Others not mentioned in the conclusion

 

 

The quotation of our tour guide+transport service

 

 

For 1-3 persons

 

 

For 4-10 persons

 

 

For 10-12 persons

 

 

560USD

 

 

595USD

 

 

625USD

 

 

Inclusion

 

 

Exclusion

 

-English speaking tour guide with license.

-English speaking driver with license
-Car/Van with air-condition
-Parking fees/ tolls and petrol
-Cool pure drinking waters and towels

- Free pick-up from the hotel and drop off at the down town.

 

-Angkor pass

- Kulen Mountain & holy waterfall pass

- Beng Mealea Temple Pass

- Koh Ker Temple Pass

- Entrance Fee for Floating Village

- Meals and soft drinks

-Tip

-Others not mentioned in the conclusion

 

 

Remark:

  • Please dress properly for visiting temples. If you wear shorts and T-shirts,make sure they are long enough to be knee length and shoulder covered. No scarf or shawl and tank top are allowed.
  • We would like to suggest you to wear the light cotton clothes because of hot and humid.Excepted 3 months such as November, December and January is nice weather.
  • In case, please take camera re-charger with you when we have lunch you can recharge it.
  • In Cambodia you needn't to change your money. US Dollar is acceptable everywhere. And even you withdraw your money from ATM it is in US dollar. SPECIAL NOTICE: No torn or old note of US dollar cash or coin can use in Cambodia.
  • The fee that we mentioned you above is included the extra charge for sunrise for car/van and tour guide and the starting time is 4:45 am (Please tell your hotel to prepare breakfast box for you) and take torchlight with you. Why charge extra? Because it is OT Fee.
  • For the tour fee you will pay when the tour starts or finish it doesn't matter.
  • The tour fee is for a group of 1 to 3, 4 to 5 and 6 to 10 persons. It is not per person or per individual.

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