Siem Reap is located in the northwest of Cambodia. it covers 10,299 square kilometers. it consists of 12 districts, 100 communes, and 875 villages. Siem Reap is the top 10 large city of Cambodia. The population reached 1 million people in 2019. The name of Siem Reap literally means (Siem Defeated) a reminder of the old conflict between the Siamese and Khmer. Siem Reap was the second city of the most popular destination of Cambodia. The interior of Siem Reap has many different activities that we can do. The surrounding Pub street and Old market area have lots of french and chines architecture and many activities that you can enjoy about our culture Apsara Dancing, performance, Circus show, historical museum, and Cambodian Cultural Villages.
In modern times the province is the best known as the site of Angkor and the Angkor Wat temple, Besides the city, you can explore Angkor archeological Park It was listed as The world heritage sites, UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Many best monuments like Banteay Srei, Bayon, Ta Prohm, Beng Mealea, Roulous Groups and so on… One more thing you can enjoy the livelihood of the local people living in the Kampong Pluk floating villages in the great lake of Tonle Sap, The largest lake in Asia country. Beside the lake, you can also visit The Kulen Mountain on the natural hilltop where the Khmer empire was established and enjoy the serenity of big reclining buddha, 1000 thousand lingams, 3 steps of Waterfall. Kulen is about 48 kilometers from Angkor that was the first ancient Capital and the Khmer civilization was established.
Out Skirt of The city, you can enjoy the beauty of the countryside of Siem Reap province, everywhere it really green with the rice paddy field. We can visit a different way of transportation.
|Private Package Tour|
|Number of PAX||Fee Per-Group|
|1-3 PAX||310 USD|
● Angkor Park dress code of conduct Please note that you must be dressed appropriately for
visiting some of our temples, Angkor Wat, Baphoun inside Angkor Thom, Phnom
Bakheng and climbing some temples. This means your pants or skirt should cover your
knees and shirt can not be sleeveless (make sure that your shirt covers your shoulders, no
singlets!) otherwise, you won’t be allowed entry or to climb up this is by Temples
● The official currency in Cambodia is the Cambodian Riel (KHR), however, USD$ are used
everywhere in the country and most of the prices are set in USD. We advise you to bring
US$ and remember to bring new and clean banknotes as the old or torn notes will not be
accepted at most places. ATMs are almost everywhere in the city and making it easy to
withdraw cash in USD. The exchange rate is usually roughly KHR4000 to US$1, so if you
give US$2 for something which costs KHR6000, you will usually receive back KHR2000.
● We would like to inform you for Comfortable walking shoes are recommended and
wearing light cotton clothes are suggested as well for the weather from March to July as
it’s very hot with high humidity.
● We suggest you bring your camera charger then you can recharge it during your lunch
break at a restaurant. More easy for your trip if you need it any time full of power.
● We travel with responsible tourism industry to develop sustainable and eco-tourism.
- English tour guide
- A/C car / van with driver
- Parking fees and road tolls
- Cool drinking waters and towels
- Temples pass
- Meals (B / L / D)
- Personal Expense
- Travel Insurance
Our guide will meet you up at the hotel at 8:00 am in the morning with our driver and then take you to buy a ticket at the ticket booth. After that will go directly to Angkor Wat temple, spend about 10minutes to 15 minutes to get there.
Stop 1 The Heaven on Earth (Angkor Monument)
The tour begins at the Angkor Wat temple, was build early 12 centuries by the greatest Khmer king during the Khmer empire. Angkor Wat one of the world's best monuments in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The temple-mountain that dedicated to Hinduism. The largest Hindu temple in the world carving about Hindu and Buddhist mythology.
Stop 2. The pantheons of Spirit (Angkor Thom City)
Start to visit another world's best monument that warm welcome you by the smiling face along with the gateway to Angkor Thom city. We spend 45 minutes to see Bayon Temple with 49 towers of AvakLoketesvara and king himself face. Bayon is the charming city of the Khmer empire and the temple state of king Jayavarman VII warship about the Mahayana Buddhist after on Hindu converted at the end of 13 century.
Stop 3 Baphoun temples (The tower of Bronze)
The three-tier temple mountain built in the mid-11 century as the temple state of king Udayateyavarman II dedicated to the Hindu was converted to Buddhist temple in late 15 century. Jao Ta Kuan said (The tower of bronze). Walkthrough the Elephant Terrace and Leper King Terrace the enclose of the Royal Palace.
Stop 4. The Monastery of the king
Would it be time for lunch? at the rooftop, the tree among stone as gigantic root like the snake entwine the temple. The Tomb Raider Temple recorded in Hollywood movies. Temple built to dedicate to a Buddhist monastery and University one of the best monuments listed in UNESCO describes on the world heritage site.
Day 2 Exploring the unknown temple architecture
Join our full-day tour to recover the ancient temple in a grand tour of Angkor archeological
parks. Our guide will take you to visit the ancient magnificent and artifacts of temple ruins to learn
about the history of that monument. It’s such an unbelievable architecture.
_Terrace of Leper King & Terrace of Elephant.
Meet your guide & driver at 7:30 Am at the front desk then they will take you to visit Kravan
temple in the first quarter of te10 century. They hide a phenomenon unique in the art of Angkor that
sculpture in the brickwork of the sanctuary interiors. Next visit Pre Rup temple the people
are known as “Turn Body temple” the temple of Pre Rub, unfortunately, present itself from sufficient
distance. And then see East Mebon temple just 5oometer of Pre Rup temple. Mebon is the
symbolizing of Mount Meru temple. After that visit the entwined serpents “ Neak Pean ” religion
temple float in the middle of sacred lake Jayatataka. Lunch stop before getting on the
comfortable car to visit Preah Khan temple the sacred sword temple, University and Buddhist
monastery of king Jayavarman VII. the temple dedicated to honoring the king's family. The next
destination visits the terrace of Leper King & Terrace of Elephants the enclosure of the Royal
Palace. End of the day back to the hotel to enjoy your happy hour beer and pool.
Day 3 Hiking & Ancient heritage
Join our Full day tour to explore the incredible architecture of the Khmer empire. Meet your tour guide
at the hotel at 7:30 am and then they will take you to the pier of the mountain and then start
walking up the hill and rocky stone to enjoy the nature view and Buddhist place. To learn about
traditional Khmer, believe and the history of the Kulen mountain. Kulen is the sacred mount
during the Khmer Empire 800AD the reign of King Jayavarman II.
First Stop: Buddhist Place and Shrine
Start walking uphill and rocky stone about 800 meters to discover the religion and believe. Our
guide will tell you a story about the Buddha life cycle from Birth to Death. This is our traditional
belief of our people.
Second stop: Sacred Lingam River water
It starts walking in the slow paths and smooth way about 3.6km to visit One Thousand Lingam
that's spread under the river bed. The sacred river water to vitality and blessing the local people.
Third stop: Big Reclining Buddha statue
After visited One Thousand Lingam. our guide will take you to see Big Buddha sculpture where
you can see the nice view of the nature cover by the rainforest.
Four Stop: Enjoy our cool pool with fish massage
Begin walking to the third step of the waterfall where you can enjoy swimming to cool down the
temperature of your body. our Khmer believe the wall flow over the lingam that spread under the
river bed to bless and accrue our illness.
Five stops: The jungle ruin
Continue to visit the jungle temple was built in the same reign of the king Suryavarman II over
900 years about 900 by 1200 meters. Beng Mealea Temple is about 70 km from Siem Reap
province. The temple was dedicated to the Theravada Buddhists.