If you’ve only got limited time in Cambodia’s capital, maximize every minute on a full-day sightseeing tour that reveals the highlights of Phnom Penh and provides a comprehensive introduction for first-time visitors. In a small group limited to 12, you’ll travel between the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Royal Palace, and more without getting lost or having to navigate public transport.
Stray from the beaten path during a private outdoor adventure to Mt. Oudong and the reclining Buddha at Phnom Baset, an ideal choice for active travelers with a love of nature. A guide takes care of the driving and navigation so that you can spend more time focusing on the scenery, while hassle-free hotel pickup and drop-off means that you won’t waste time trying to find a start point. Plus, you’ll receive the undivided attention of a private guide.
Spend the day learning about Phnom Penh's past and present. Delve into the region's dark history and how it has shaped into the Cambodia of today. Visit somber locations made infamous by the Khmer Rouge and learn about the current politics that continue to move this country. Then, get out of the capital to visit an island on the Mekong, where you'll experience the local way of life along the river.
Enjoy a magical day with a professional tour guide in this magnificent heritage. Time travel to the past and learn the history of how this place came to be. Watch a breathtaking sunset as you conclude your magical day.
The quintessential nightlife tour of Phnom Penh! A cocktail of high end drinking venues and local dining spots that truly embraces the energy of this fantastic city! Drive around the city in style on a Vespa with your very own personal driver.Indulge in different local delicacies on this trendy tour with free flow food and drinks. Learn about this fascinating city whist having fun with family and friends.
Royal Palace is the principal residence of their Majesties the King and the Queen and the Royal family. That was built in 1866 by King Norodom. Silver pagoda or Wat Preah Keo Morokot was built between 1892 and 1902 and cover with silver floor more than 5000 tiles. After that we continue to Udong Mountain was the capital city of Cambodia during 1618-1866 after Longvek was invaded by Siamese. Phnom Udong is a culture historical tourism site in Kandal province which has been added in the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative list on September 01, 1992 in the cultural category also and you will see many stupas of the privies kings. After that we will stop at Kampong Luong village known as the old village since Udong period. The tourists can enjoy to see the villagers make some souvenirs by hands( handicraft) especially, most of them made from silver.
You tour guide will pick you up at hotel lobby. Then, start your journey to the Angkor Archaeological Park in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle. Your tour guide will stop in quickly for purchasing entrance tickets for you.Start by marveling at the much-photographed temple of Angkor Wat and hear the fascinating history of the Khmer Empire as you follow your guide around the impressively preserved ruins. Continue to the walled temple complex of Angkor Thom, pass through the grand South Gate, and visit architectural highlights including Bayon Temple, the Elephant Terrace, and the Terrace of Leper King. After breaking for lunch (own expense), admire the overgrown ruins of Ta Phrom and discover why it’s nicknamed the “Jungle Temple.” As the sun begins to heat up, make one last stop to see the ‘jungle temple’ of Ta Prohm, before being dropped back at your hotel in the early afternoon.Your tour ends with drop-off back at your hotel.
Soak up the scenic landscapes and traditional river life of Cambodia with a cruise along the Tonle Sap River. Journey from Phnom Penh to Udong, the ancient capital and former royal residence. You'll disembark to boat for a 10-minute tuk-tuk ride up to Phnom Udong (Udong Hills), which features several Buddhist stupas and a breathtaking view. Savor Cambodian cuisine for breakfast and lunch and enjoy unlimited drinks from the open bar on board.
Tour Schedule: Day 1 Pick up at your hotel in Phnom Penh Depart from Phnom Penh City Off to Kratie/Lunch/ Countryside sightseeing Transfer at hotel in Kratie Check In Dinner Overnight Day 2 Breakfast Depart from hotel Off to Irrawaddy Dolphin Lunch Countryside sightseeing Depart Kratie Off to Phnom Penh Dinner End of Service
Discover the ancient capital of Oudong on a 6-hour tour from Phnom Penh, and see impressive Khmer architecture that reflects the glory days of Cambodia. Admire the ruins of the royal necropolis, and climb the stairway for panoramic views from the Oudong Moutain before cruising on the Tonle Sap River for exploring the authentic riversides life.
Savvy visitors to Cambodia love eating the traditional seafood caught by local fishermen on the riverbanks of the Mekong. This boat ride and fishing lesson offers a more hands-on experience by teaching travelers to catch their own fish before an onboard chef uses their catch to prepare a delicious meal. This tour is the perfect activity for anyone looking for a more immersive dining experience.
Feed your soul with the best highlights of the Cambodian captial city Phnom Penh and experience the city's senses of past and present. • 5000 silver floor tiles at the Silver Pagoda, in the Royal Palace • Step back in time at the National Museum, home to the world’s finest collection of Angkorian sculpture • Discover a dark side at Toul Sleng Museum, a reminder of the brutality and pain of Cambodia’s past • Boat trip to enjoy the beauty of Mekong river
Travel along quiet back roads and abandoned railway lines to Oudong Mountain while experiencing classically Cambodian village life. This day tour, running from Phnom Penh offers you a chance to discover Cambodia’s history, religious culture and its architecture. 39km from Phnom Penh, this route surely is a perfect getaway you will ever need.
To see sunset on the top of Bakeng mountain Temple around the best spot views.In order to enter at 8:00 am Angkor area , we must buy the ticket and then head to visit Angkor wat. The way, to explore the biggest Hindu complex in earth with guide tour explanations on images,carvings and reliefs in galleries.Then,we back hotel for rest breakfast and continue to Angkor Thom as many face towers to scan on unique style in Bayon temple .After that, we visit Ta Nie ruin small quiet complex in jungle with 1 hour relax for lunch.Any more, we head to Tomb Raider temple with trees and include cold towels and water Highlight: -To discover ruin style with photos - Understand more events in the past - To avoid crowd by guide set up - Look to unique building sunset relax
Explore the mountains, pine forests, and lakes of Kirirom National Park on this private full-day tour from Phnom Penh. Learn more about local life and culture with a visit to Chambok village; admire the Chambok waterfall; and soak up the scenery on a guided hike.
Dear all tourists, welcome to Cambodia the Kingdom of wonder, has a lot of wonderful and interesting places to offer for the Cambodia tours. From the historical Angkor temples complex. Apart from all the fun and adventure that traveling brings, Safety is truly a vital consideration to assure for us tourists. This can be achieved somehow with the help of someone who really knows the place you are.
Retreat into the countryside on this scenic full-day bike tour of Oudong (Udong), the former royal residence and capital of Cambodia. Departing bustling Siem Reap by minivan, you’ll cycle with a guide down backcountry trails and dirt roads, stopping at majestic Khmer temples and pagodas, palm wineries and local villages. Climb the stairway to Phnom Oudong, topped by Buddhist stupas, for sweeping views of the rural surroundings. Along the way, you’re served light refreshments and a Cambodian lunch at a local market.
Pedal the road less travelled as you escape the busy streets of Phnom Penh for the remote trails of the Oudong Mountain. Saddle up for a thrilling full-day bike tour and tackle a moderate 60km route along country tracks and backroads. Get a glimpse of everyday life as you pass through rural villages, watch farmers at work in the rice fields and wave to the locals along the way. Arrive at Oudong’s hilltop temple in time for a well-deserved picnic lunch, then relax as you journey back to the city in a tuk-tuk.
- Unique cycling experience through local communities and villages to reach well-known Silk Island. - A great oppportunity to understand how local weaving and producing the silk by their hands- Enjoy Picnic lunch as well as visit local Khmer monastery
We are led by members of the deportee community. We are Cambodian and raised in the US and speak fluent English. Our strong working knowledge of Khmer gets us around the country and reminds us of our roots. We offer you insights about the Cambodian community outside of Cambodia and the local communities. With our authentic voices and unique life histories, we show you off-the-beaten track sites. ZIN is a social venture that supports our community with transition services and employment opportunities. ZIN also maintains close relationships with the local communities where we take you. We work with local licensed guides. We have extensively researched the history of Kirirom mountain, conducted oral interviews with the royal family, former soldiers and residents about the 1960s and 1970s. We will also share with you the quiet beauty of the pine forest of the mountain. Kirirom Mountain is 2.5 hours drive from Phnom Penh. Travel with ZIN.
Go beyond Phnom Penh's temples and glean an insight into ordinary Cambodian life on this day-long cycle tour. This tour introduces the fishing community of Tonle Sap, which is often neglected by tours in the region, and showcases the work of local artisans. Combine the virtue of a day of cycling with the chance to discover an authentic slice of Cambodia.