Excursion Phnom Penh full day private tours is the best tours choice in Phnom Penh of the most popular attractions in Phnom Penh as Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, Toul Sleng Genocide Museum , Wat Oudnaloum, Independence Monument, Cheung Ek Killing Field, Russian Market and Central Market.
Take a memorable full day cruise from Phnom Penh to the area of the former Cambodian capital city from 1618-1866. Explore the lifestyle of the people who live along the riverbank, see floating and fishing villages and the different crops grown by the shore. After 2hours we stop at Koh Chen Island where we will walk around the village famous for its silver products and craftsmen. After that we take a Tuk Tuk to Oudong mountain to see the stupa containing the remains of former kings and marvel at 5,000 Buddha statues.
Discover the history and horror of Phnom Penh’s past on this half-day, small-group tour. Follow the path of one of the most tragic times of the 20th century – the rise and fall of the Khmer Rouge – and see how the country has been rebuilt.
Explore the meandering Mekong delta and stop at authentic craft stores on this half-day biking tour of Cambodia’s Silk Island. Discover beautiful rice paddy farmlands, idyllic countryside and quaint traditional Cambodian villages - famed for their lemongrass, banana plant, ginger and corn pastures, and visit silk weaving houses where you’ll have a chance to by a scarf you can see made the old fashioned way by hand.
This is an enjoyable trip to explore the lifestyle of the people on the island, which is a traditional weaving village. The boat trip to the island will take one hour. On the way, you will see the stilted houses, fishing villages, Mekong and Four Faces Rivers. When we get to the island, we will take a Tuk Tuk around the village, so we can see the mango and banana plantations and the different crops that are grown on the island. You will also visit a Silk Farm, Buddhist monastery and the children in a local school (subject to the school schedule that day).
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.
You cannot afford to miss this trip to explore the lifestyle of Cambodian villagers on Silk Island, a traditional weaving village. The island tour includes seeing their traditional houses and visiting students in the local school. A visit to a silk farm and the local Buddhist monastery add to this cultural experience to remember.
Explore Phnom Penh like a true local, on an afternoon guided adventure through the city using a mix of local transport and walking. During your tour, one of the key highlights will be exploring the city by traditional Cyclo transportation.This route delivers a unique and fascinating look into the wonderfully chaotic, metropolis of Phnom Penh. Showing you iconic heritage buildings, locations essential to Phnom Penh life, interesting locally grown initiatives, as well as offering the opportunity to keep yourself well nourished as you indulge in the many flavours that Phnom Penh's markets offer.Upon arrival you will meet your local expert guide who will be with you for your afternoon of exploring the sights. You will also get to meet your local Cyclo driver who will pilot you around parts of the city. These men provide a wonderfully unique transportation service around the city. This special mode of transport ensures that you will have an afternoon exploring that you won’t forget!
The hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh can be overwhelming at the best of times. Take a break and head north to the rural Silk Island on this quiet half-day walking tour. Discover the rhythms of Cambodian life away from the city: try your hand at farming at a local farm, visit traditional silk weavers and learn about their work, and walk around the island’s tiny villages and sunbaked countryside at your own pace, with a private guide by your side to help you explore.
Customers say we are one of the most original tours of Phnom Penh co-owned and 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 city 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. Taking a ZIN tour means you’re providing jobs and making sure the community lands on their feet and thrives. ZIN also maintains close relationships with the local communities where we take you. We work with local licensed guides. We will share with you our personal stories and can help you to negotiate your way through this hectic and colorful market. Travel with ZIN.
Available now is our save and well guided Phnom Penh Evening & Night Lights photography session from 5:15 pm until 20:30 pm or later on demand. Starts daily from 5.15pm and includes fabulous sunset shooting and capturing the nightfall and lively transformation of Phnom Penh city into the night. During the Night tour it is very pleasant temperature (no sun) to explore the town. Bring your camera or Iphone. A tripod is recommended. If you don't have one we can hire you a lightweight tripod on demand. Cambodia Photo Tours by long time Phnom Penh local resident and professional Photographer Michael Klinkhamer is offering highly rated and exciting photography-tours in Phnom Penh-Cambodia.
Stray from the beaten path and get a more intimate glimpse into rural Cambodia on a bike tour of the countryside from Phnom Penh. Designed for travelers looking to escape the city, this tour focuses on local traditions and Khmer history, and provides insight that you won’t find in the guide books. Plus, you’ll visit the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek to learn about the turbulent recent history of Cambodia.
Explore Phnom Penh on a full-day private tour of the vibrant capital. Admire the stately columns of the Royal Palace, visit the National Museum and climb to the hilltop Wat Phnom. Then learn about Cambodia’s tragic past at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, the former site of the Security Prison 21 (S-21) established by the Khmer Rouge regime. Your personal guide shares insightful commentary on a visit to the Killing Fields at Choeng Ek. Lunch and a market tour are included.
Take a trip into the Cambodian countryside and along the Mekong River on this half-day, small-group tour from Phnom Penh. Travel out of the city by tuk-tuk, and then cross the river to Mekong Island. You’ll travel back to Phnom Penh on a sunset cruise along the Mekong, where the setting sun provides a stunning backdrop to the city.
Phnom Penh is a city of great contrasts and this tour offers a comprehensive overview of the Cambodian capital, ideal for first-time visitors. Learn about the city’s troubled past during a visit to the S-21 Museum, explore the atmospheric Old French Quarter, and discover its rich cultural heritage at the Wat Phnom temple. Along the way, visit Phnom Penh’s largest market and browse the stalls at a smaller local market.
Highlight• Cambodian Past memory which still remain a key question• History of Phnom Penh Capital collapse during Khmer Rouge• Story of converting from School into Prison• Cambodian developing from the zero to present
Get to know the city through the eyes of a passionate local. With no set itinerary, you can customize the tour or leave it up to the local for an insightful introduction to the city. Make travel about the people you meet not just the places you see.
In only a few decades, Cambodia has risen from the depths of almost insurmountable despair. Although difficult to visit, Phnom Penh’s ghastly reminders of the country’s civil war remain important sites to visit. And while many Cambodians continue to struggle under the economic repercussions of it’s destructive recent past, there are many signs of hope, embodied by the efforts of various social enterprises and non-governmental organizations to give opportunities to disadvantaged Cambodians. Learn about Cambodia’s tragic Khmer Rouge HistoryBe inspired by organizations helping Cambodia’s underprivilegedGain a wider perspective of the current conditions of Cambodia’s recovery from it’s devastating past
Spend your wonderful day in Chambok where can bring you to the real flavor of the local experiences. Start with soft adventure activities such as trekking in the jungle and enjoy the most fascinating 40-meter-high waterfall, to experience and understand the way of living of the local people, culture as well as belief. This two days trip to Chambok, you will do numerous activities that will contribute to the social well-fare and environments. With this tour, you will:-Having a chance to experience and explore the local village lifestyles.-Enjoy multiple local activities like trekking, swimming, ox-cart riding, village cycling, bamboo sticky rice making and so on.-Interact with local people and and learn about local culture-Contribute to environmental friendly, local economic and local socio-cultural development-Spend your wonder night in a local home-stay which brings you closer to the local-All services are provided by local-Comfortable hotel pick up and drop off
Visitors to Cambodia enjoy lots of options to discover the country's wilderness and natural beauty, but few outdoors adventures also offer the chance to get intimately familiar with local culture and customs. Avoid getting a one-sided picture of life in rural Cambodia with this two-day multisport adventure, which combines cycling and hiking through rice paddies and mountains with a homestay in a small Cambodian village.
Get behind-the-scenes access to the National Museum of Cambodia’s treasures on this private cultural half-day experience with a guide. Tour the museum and enjoy a restoration workshop with an expert curator, then learn about Phnom Penh’s art scene at the Royal University of Fine Arts and an independent art gallery. Finish with a creative lunch at Friends the Restaurant, a social enterprise that trains vulnerable young people.
Highlight• Cambodian Royal Palace and King Residence• History of Phnom Penh Capital City from Past & Present• National Museum who collects all status from around Country• Cambodian Architect design and decor by Khmer Collective
See Phnom Penh’s signatures at a pace that’s just not possible independently on this door-to-door private guided tour, which includes lunch and shopping stops. Admire Wat Phnom, where legend relates Widow Penh found sacred statues, Independence Monument, the Statue of King Father Norodom Sihanouk, and the Royal Palace, including the Silver Pagoda. Then visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Central Market, and Koh Pich riverfront. Please note: Departure taxes apply.
The vibrant and elegant city of Phnom Penh experience gives you, insight in the realm of Khmer People.With its unique opportunity to experience the natural beauty and traditional lifestyle found throughout this tour.