If you’re looking to try something new and get creative, then join a local artist in this fun and intimate class. Discover the art of spoon painting: a unique local technique involving the use of spoons rather than paint brushes. Experiment with technique and paint: you can choose to either start with the templates provided or design your own. Discover your inner artist and take home your unique handmade souvenir at the end of the workshop.
Stray from the beaten path and spend the day immersed in Cambodian culture during a day trip to a rural village from Siem Reap. A great introduction for first-time visitors, this excursion includes three meals and gives you the chance to meet and spend time with Khmer families for a glimpse into local life.
Travelers short on time in the Angkor area who want to see and experience the highlights will love this convenient tour. By starting out early in the morning, you can watch the sun rise over Angkor Wat, a memorable experience. Continue on to other temples in the area, many of which other tourists miss, so they are unlikely to be as crowded as Angkor Wat itself. Learn all about Khmer culture and history from your local guide, and travel by comfortable Jeep.
We are a locally owned and operated motorbike adventure tour company based in Siem Reap, the home of the famous Angkor Wat. The founder, Vannarith Khim, has many years of experience with countryside and temple tours both near and far from the town of Siem Reap. Vannarith was a village tour guide since 2012.
Green Frog Motorbike Adventure Tours specializes in day and multi-day tours on 125cc Honda Dream semi automatic motorbikes and Automatic motorbikes are also available. Exciting, enjoyable and educational, we train you until you are comfortable on your motorbike and then ride out into the magnificent, unspoiled landscape. We invite you to explore the lands of the ancient Khmer and their hidden temples with us at Green Frog Adventure.
Discover Siem Reap's secrets by remork (Cambodian tuk tuk) on a half-day, small-group tour. Take a boat trip on the Tonle Sap lake through floating and stilted villages. See seasonal agricultural activities of rice planting and harvesting, making fish paste, duck farming and cricket catching! Explore a local village, where you will sample Cambodian snacks and visit a Buddist monastery
We travel with 5 majors different temples . Which all the highly temples for the second day tours for most people got 3 days pass of Angkor park , Our tour is provided free pick up from every guest s hotel , The trip took about 9 to 10 hours for the whole trip , Tour is Complimentary included ,Guide , mini bus or van , cool water , and pick up drop off ,
Prepare yourself to get swept-away on this great ATV/ Quad Bike countryside adventure in Siem Reap! Get ready for a fun off-road sightseeing expedition.
Experience the countryside and historical highlights beyond the streets of Siem Reap. This quad bike adventure combines the enjoyment of ATV riding with the unique experience of the best of Cambodia’s countryside packed into a 2-hour adventure. Ride through rural villages, beautiful Buddhist temples, and marvel at the great landscape of the vast rice fields. All tours end with nice cold refreshing drinks!
You can choose to ride solo or tandem (2 people on one quad bike) for your adventure. If you wish to ride tandem please select the tandem option for one adult when booking.
To experience Cambodia’s beautiful sunset opt for starting your quad bike adventure at 4pm. Safety assessment and experience staff provided to ensure safety and maximum fun.
Set off early and beat the tour groups on this day trip to Phnom Kulen National Park, the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire. On this private tour, enjoy waterfalls and swimming holes and explore landmarks like the reclining Buddha at Preah Ang Thom and the River of 1000 Lingas without the strict schedules or stressful crowds of a large tour group. In the afternoon, visit the majestic pink sandstone temple of Banteay Srei and get stunning photos to take back home.
Explore the Angkor ruins like a local on this private bike tour. Your guide plans the route and introduces the history as you see the big three sights—Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and Ta Prohm—plus less-visited gems Ta Nei and Kravan Temple. Cycle around 12 miles (20 kilometers) over flat terrain, with water and cool towels to beat the heat. Your Angkor Pass is at your own expense.
UNESCO–listed Angkor Wat ranks among the world’s must-see attractions, and behind those famous towers and temples lies a history dating back to the 12th century. On this sightseeing bike tour, hear the hidden secrets of features such as Bakheng Temple, and watch the sunset from a vantage point on Bakheng Hill.
There’s more to Siem Reap than the Angkor sites. Give the touts a miss and discover the town with your own private guide on this to-the-point walking tour. See the Royal Residence, and its gardens, check out the hip boutiques of Kandal Village, explore the Wat Preah Prom Rath temple, and visit the Old Market (Phsar Chas) and the Made in Cambodia Market.
Eat like a local in Siem Reap on this small-group walking tour. Soak up the atmosphere at the night market, learn more about Cambodian cuisine and culture, and sample an array of tasty snacks, street food dishes, and Khmer specialties.
Learn about Cambodian art and design at a hands-on ceramic painting workshop in Siem Reap, decorating a pair of elephant mugs that are a unique alternative to mass-produced souvenirs. With instructors on-hand to share the history and techniques of Cambodian painting, you’ll watch a demonstration of traditional ceramics making, and experience a side of local culture that many visitors miss.
Most travelers get around the temples of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom by crowded bus or uncomfortable bicycle, sapping their energy before they’ve even begun exploring this sprawling UNESCO World Heritage Site. Avoid that hassle with this full-day temple tour, which is as smooth and well oiled as the genuine ex-U.S Army Jeep it is operated with.
See the Reclining Buddha statue and waterfalls at Phnom Kulen, and visit the River of a Thousand Lingas on this full-day tour from Siem Reap. Your guide shows you river boulders with intricate carvings made during the Khmer Empire, and natural pools at Phnom Kulen Waterfalls where you can swim. On the way there, view life in rural Cambodia and escape the crowds of Siem Reap.
Between the local buses and the border formalities, traveling from Thailand to Cambodia can be a real headache. Soak up the sights of Siem Reap without the stress on this 4-day private adventure, with pickup and drop-off from hotels in Bangkok, Pattaya, and Ko Chang. Your package includes three nights’ accommodation in Siem Reap with breakfast and private guided tours of the key Angkor Wat sights, including entrance fees.
Arranging transport and activities in an unfamiliar country is often difficult. Skip the hassle of advance planning and maximize limited time in Vietnam and Cambodia on a 10-day tour that reveals the highlights of each country. You'll travel between Hanoi, Halong Bay, the Mekong Delta, Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap, home to Angkor Archeological Park, with ease, and benefit from a guide's local knowledge throughout.
Visiting Angkor Wat at sunrise means you’ll have cooler temperatures and less crowds. Plus, the temple is more majestic at dawn. A dedicated guide accompanies you to the main structures of the UNESCO-listed Angkor Archaeological Park on this private tour. After Ta Prohm and Prasat Banteay Kdei, relax with free time at your hotel before an afternoon tour of the Angkor Thom complex and linger for the sunset.
3-Day package tour we focus mainly on all the main temples on Small & Big Circle & Banteay Srei & Kulen mountain waterfall and ancient temples in Rolous Group.
Day 1 we go to see all the main attractions on the Small Circle Road with Angkor Wat and 2nd day we go to see the holly mountain Phnom Kulen with waterfall and 1000 Lingas carved under riverbed for produce holly water in the purpose of Hindo ceremony in the ancient time. The last one on 3rd day we go to see amazing sunrise over Angkor Wat with temples on the Big Circle and temples in Rolous Group and the late afternoon we take you to shopping at Artisan D'Ankgor & local Old market if you would like.
Visit Angkor Wat complexe, the Unesco World Heritage Site, which is one of the most important archaeological site in South-east Asia built by the great Khmer King Soriyavaraman II in the early on 12th century and dedicated to Vishnu God Hindu religion.
Embark a small group tour to discover and explore the magnificent and enigmatic Angkor Wat temples.
Certainly worthwhile going at sunrise - even if the weather isn't the best the crowds are smaller and the temperatures are comfortable. Take some time to learn about the culture before visiting so not to insult the locals. Our tour guide will lead you through the temple to avoid large group.
The Tonlé Sap has sustained fisherman and farmers for centuries. On this tour, glimpse into the lives of locals eking out a daily living on the rice plains which spread out from the Tonlé Sap. Get to know some of the locals; your guide speaks English and Khmer and can act as a go-between for a unique cultural exchange.