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Phnom Penh Siem Reap 10 Day Tour

Duration: 10 Days/9 Nights
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Depart: Phnom Penh
Rate from: $620 P/P

Tour 10 Days Phnom Penh Siem Reap - Phnom Penh Siem Reap 10 Days

This 10 days tour will show you the best you've never seen before in Cambodia: an amazing ancient empire, massive architectural masterpieces, Siem Reap city and the Great Lake.
Visiting
  • Phnom Penh
  • Siem Reap
  • Angkor Wat
  • Udong
  • Kratie
  • Kompong Cham
  • Kompong Thom.
Price Details
Class 2 Pax 3 - 5 Pax 6 - 8 Pax 9 - 10 Pax
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  • All sightseeing tour and transfer services as detailed in our itinerary
  • All entrance fees as specified in program
  • Meals as specified in program
  • Local English speaking guide
  • Drinking water during sightseeing and refreshing towels
  • Accommodation at the hotels with daily breakfast in twin or double sharing room as specified in program
  • Boat trip to visit floating village at Tonle Sap Lake - Boat trip to visit rare freshwater dolphins
  • Other services not mentioned in our itinerary
  • Other meals not specified in program
  • All airport taxes
  • All flight tickets
  • Visa fees, currently USD 20- per person (Entry visa can be applied upon arrival)
  • Expenditure of a personal nature
  • Travel insurance (cover against all cancellation costs, medical expenses, including repatriation, in the event of accident of illness)
Phnom Penh Siem Reap 10 Day Tour - Itinerary
Day 1:  Phnom Penh Arrival (L)
Our tour guide and driver meet and welcome you at the Phnom Penh International airport and then transfer to hotel for check in, Lunch at local restaurant We are start to sightseeing the Phnom Penh Tour such as: Visit to Royal Palace, situated on the site of the former citadel, it was built by king Norodom in 1966, in front of the Mekong. Inside its walls are the Throne Hall, the Chan Chaya Pavilion, used for performances of classical dance, the Napoleon III Pavilion, and the King and Queen's residential quarters. Next stop will be Silver Pagoda, home to a glittering array of Buddhist statuary. Silver Pagoda is also called the Pagoda of the Emerald Buddha, it is located in the walls of the Royal Palace. Inside, its floor is made up of 5, 000 silver blocks. In the center of the pagoda, there is a magnificent 17th century emerald Buddha statue made of baccarat crystal. The walls enclosing the pagoda are covered with frescoes depicting episodes from the Khmer version of the Ramayana, and then we visit to the Independence Monument (Vimean Ekareach) was inaugurated in November 9, 1962 to celebrate Cambodia’s independence from foreign rule. The Independence Monument now also serves as a monument to Cambodia’s war dead. It is the site of colorful celebrations and services on holidays such as Independence Day and Constitution Day, National Museum, the world’s leading museum of Khmer sculpture. National Museum is situated near the Royal Palace; Cambodia's National Museum offers a charming setting for the display of a stunning collection of Khmer art. Predominantly worked in stone, the sculptures date from both the Angkorean and pre-Angkorean eras, complimented by more recent examples of Cambodian art. The museum is housed in a terracotta-roofed structure of traditional Cambodian design, which was built between 1917 and 1920 and enjoy sunset from Wat Phnom, the symbol of the city. Overnight at hotel.
Day 2:   Phnom Penh - Udong – Phnom Penh  (B/L)
After breakfast, we drive to Udong (42km from the City) it was formerly used as a Khmer capital during 1618-1866. Phnom Udong, accessible by National Road No 5, is situated in Ponhea Leu District, Kandal Province, and 45 km north of Phnom Penh Capital. Phnom Udong is also called Phnom Preah Reach Trap, Phnom Athareus and Phnom Preah Chetreus. It is a mountain rich in cultural patrimonies. For tourists, Udong is not only a fantastic cultural site but also a charming natural one. Picnic lunch there and then heading back to Phnom Penh for visit to harrowing genocide museum at Tuol Sleng and the Killing Fields of Choeng Ek, both enduring memorials to the gruesome and brutal rule of the Khmer Rouge Overnight at hotel.
Day 3:   Phnom Penh – Kompong Cham - Kratie  (B/L)
After breakfast, we depart northeast by road to the charming town of Kratie, this charming riverine town is on the Mekong River. There are some interesting sights around Kratie such as the Kampi Pool where the Irrawaddy Dolphin. After lunch at local restaurant, you will we take a boat to visit rare freshwater dolphins on the Mekong and take in a classic river view from Phnom Sombok. Overnight at hotel.
Day 4:   Kratie – Kompong Cham – Kompong Thom (B/L)
Breakfast at hotel, we depart to Kompong Cham, on the way visit Chup, a rubber plantation was one of the world’s largest rubber plantations until the time of the Khmer Rouge during the 1970s. It remains the largest active plantation in Cambodia at 13, 250 hectares in size, and is the only rubber processor in Cambodia. The Chup Rubber Plantation is the most visited of the seven commercial rubber plantations in Cambodia. Enjoy picnic lunch there before heading to northwest of Kompong Thom Province where we will spend a night there. Overnight at hotel.
Day 5: Kompong Thom – Sambor Prei Kuk - Siem Reap (B/L)
After breakfast, visit to the pre-Angkorian temples of Sambor Prei Kuk, is an attempt to apply 21st century technology to 7th century cultural heritage. Sambor Prei Kuk (SPK) provides the earliest record of Khmer temples, predating better known (and better preserved) Angkor Wat by several centuries. Hence, the study of SPK is crucial for understanding the Khmer, pre-Angkorian tradition; and the subsequent development of temple cities such as Angkor Wat in Cambodia. As befitting an important cultural heritage site, SPK has been studied by archeologists and other scholars for many years. Their work has provided much knowledge of the culture and the period, especially about the eastern expansion of Hinduism along the trade routes from its Indic origins into Southeast Asia—one of the great cultural assimilations in humanhistory. From the fifth century until the sixteenth century, this diasporic interaction created a unique blend of canonical, local, and borrowed cultural and artistic traditions, which can be seen today in the remains of the many temple complexes along the Pacific Rim. Drive back to Kompong Thom for take lunch at local restaurant before continue drive to Siem Reap town (ANGKOR WAT: "The City, Which Has a Temple") On the way visit to the Kampong Kdei Bridge is located in Doeumpor Village, Kok Thlok Kraom Commune, Chi Krèng District, Siem Reap Province. It is 254 km away from the Phnom Penh Capital along the National Road No 6 and 60 km southeast of the Siem Reap Town. The bridge was erected by King Jayavarman VII in the late 12th century. At that time, it was located in the stretch of the road between the Angkorean City and Phan Rang past Sambo Prei Kuh, Wat Nokor, Ba Phnom and Indra Borei. Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap.
Day 6:  Siem Reap (B/L)
Angkor Wat, in its beauty and state of preservation, is unrivaled. Its mightiness and magnificence bespeak pomp and luxury surpassing that of a Pharaoh or a Shah Jahan, impressiveness greater than that of the Pyramids, and artistic distinctiveness as fine as that of the Taj Mahal. Breakfast at hotel, we start to visit one of the earliest capitals in the Angkor area is Roluos Group with Preah Ko, Bakong & Lolei temples Lunch at local restaurant Afternoon, visit to Srah Srang (Pool of Ablutions), measuring 800m by 400m. Banteay Kdei, built in 1186 by Jayavarman VII who was a Mahayana Buddhist and then visit to Eastern Mebon, this temple has large guardian elephants on each corner. Return to Siem Reap via the temple of Kravanh. Built entirely from brick and dating from 921, this temple was extensively restored in the 1960s and enjoy sunset from Phnom Bakheng. Overnight at hotel.
Day 7:   Siem Reap (B/L)
This morning, we visit to Ta Prohm, was a Buddhist temple dedicated to the mother of Jayavarman VII. It is one of the few temples in the Angkor region where an inscription provides information about the temple’s dependents and inhabitants, continue to visit Takeo, built by Jayavarman V, it was dedicated to Shiva and was the first Angkorian monument built entirely of sandstone. We also visit to Chau Say Tevoda and Thommanon temples. Lunch at local restaurant Afternoon, we visit to Preah Khan is one of the largest complexes at Angkor, was built by King Jayavarman VII in the late 12th century. Sister temple to Ta Prohm and then we continue to Neak Pean temple, it has a large square pool surrounded by four smaller square pools. Overnight at hotel.
Day 8: Siem Reap – Kbal Spean – Banteay Srei  (B/L)
Today, we visit Kbal Spean, The original ‘River of a Thousand Lingas’, was “discovered” in 1969, when EFEO ethnologist Jean Boulbet was shown the area by an essai, the area was soon off-limits due to the civil war, only becoming safe again in 1998. It’s about 50km northeast of Siem Reap or about 18km beyond the temple of Banteay Srei.
It’s a 1.5km uphill walk to the carvings, along a pretty path that winds its way up into the jungle, passing by some interesting boulder formations along the way. Lunch at local restaurant Afternoon, we visit to Banteay Srei, construction on Banteay Srei began in 967 and it is one of the few temples around Angkor not to be commissioned by a king, but by a Brahman who may have been a tutor to Jayavarman V. Banteay Srei means “Citadel of the Women” and it is said that it must have been built by a woman, as the elaborate carvings are too fine for the hand of a man. Continue to visit Banteay Samre, built by King Suryavarman II and dates from the same period as Angkor Wat. Overnight at hotel.
Day 9:   Siem Rap – Angkor Wat (B/L)
After breakfast, we journey to the Mother of all temples, Angkor Wat. Built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II, this is most famous temple at Angkor. Lunch at local restaurant In the afternoon, visit to Angkor Thom, built by King Jayavarman VII. Following the occupation of Angkor by the Chams from 1177 to 1181, the new king decided to build an impregnable fortress at the heart of his empire, visit to Terrace of the Leper King Terrace of Elephants, Baphuon and Bayon temples. Overnight at hotel.
Day 10: Siem Reap-Banteay Srei-Roluos Group  (B/L)
After breakfast, we travel to Phnom Krom to visit floating village and take a boat trip on Tonle Sap, Everything floats on water in this living fishing community. There are floating schools, floating shops, floating petrol stations, even floating karaoke bars. Lunch at local restaurant Afternoon, we travel to old market where are the most tourists shopping to buy some souvenirs and we continue to visit to Artisans d'Angkor is a Cambodian registered company with a public minority interest aiming towards the improvement of the social and economic living conditions of the young Cambodian rural population. In order to ensure your entire satisfaction, we would like to inform you about the terms and condition applying to orders as well as to shipping conditions.
B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner
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