D1 Siem Reap – Cambodian Cultural Village
Overnight in Siem Reap

Upon arrival at Siem Reap International Airport, greeting by tuk-tuk / van driver and transfer to hotel (3 minutes walk to Old Market and Pub Street). Relax and visiting Old Market, Art Galleries nearby your hotel.

At 2:30pm our driver will pick you up and to visit Cambodian Cultural Village : The construction of Cambodian Cultural Village (CCV) started in mid year of 2001, opened to the public in September 24, 2003 with total area of 210,000 meter-square, CCV assembles all the miniatures of famous historical buildings and structures, local customs and practices of all races.

There are 11 unique villages, which represent different culture heritages and characteristics of 19 multi-races. At each village, the tourists will be able to enjoy the excellent wood houses, carving, soft skill in stone, traditional performances in the different style such as Apsara Dancing, performance of ethnic minorities from Northeast of Cambodia, traditional wedding ceremony, circus, popular games, peacock dancing, Acrobat, elephants shows, boxing, and more.

D2 Siem Reap – Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon, Baphune, Ta Promh, Banteay Kdei (Breakfast)
Overnight in Siem Reap

This morning you will collect your temple’s pass and start your tour at South Gate of Angkor Thom. The south entrance to Jayavarman VII’s royal city is marked by the usual causeway and naga bridge, with devas and asuras pulling the snake. The causeway leads across a moat to the South Gate as seen here. This gate marks the outer enclosure of the city, an enormous square which measures 3km (1.8 miles) on each side, giving a total length (moat and wall) of 12km or 7.2 miles.

Visit Angkor Thom, Bayon, Baphune, Elephant Terrace, Leper King, Ta Promh, Banteay Kdei. Around late afternoon visit Angkor Wat. There are two great complexes of ancient temples in Southeast Asia, one at Bagan in Burma, the other at Angkor in Cambodia. The temples of Angkor, built by the Khmer civilization between 802 and 1220 AD, represent one of humankind’s most astonishing and enduring architectural achievements.

From Angkor the Khmer kings ruled over a vast domain that reached from Vietnam to China to the Bay of Bengal. The structures one sees at Angkor today, more than 100 stone temples in all, are the surviving remains of a grand religious, social and administrative metropolis whose other buildings – palaces, public buildings, and houses – were built of wood and have long since decayed and disappeared. Sunset at Phnom Bakheng .

D3 Siem Reap – Departure (Breakfast)

This morning, after breakfast at hotel and free & easy (The hotel is located in the tourist area and it takes only 2 minutes walking to river and 15 minutes to the most exciting attractions in Phnom Penh such as the Royal Palace, National Museum, Wat Phnom, markets, shopping centers) at your own leisure until time transfer to airport for departure flight.

End Tour.



Quotation :

    1. Group for 2 persons
       RM288 / USD95 / pax
    2. Group for 4 persons
       RM268 / USD88 / pax
    3. Group for 9 – 12 persons
       RM250 / USD82 / pax

Remarks :
20% deposit as confirmation
 Balance amount will be paid in USD upon arrival Cambodia airport

Tour Price Includes :
 Full transportation by our private tuk-tuk / van (air-con) as tour program indicated
 2 ways airport transfer (Pick up banner written guest name will be shown by the driver at the arrival hall of Siem Reap Airport)
1 night stay at 3-star Thun Borey Hotel in Siem Reap
 Meals as tour program indicated
 Cambodian Cultural Village fee
 1 day Angkor entrance fee
 Transport ticket to Phnom Penh
 Cold drinking water throughout your trip
 Local handmade gift per person

Tour Price Excludes :
International airfare and airport tax (USD25) in & out Cambodia
Drinks and other meals do not indicate in the program
Early check-in and late check-out at all hotel
Travel insurance
Personal expenses (Ex. Laundry, telephone, shopping, etc.)
Tipping / Gratuities to the driver
Single supplement
 Any additional expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as natural calamities (typhoon, floods), flight delays, rescheduling or cancellations, any accidents, medical evacuations, riots, strikes etc.