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Take a self-guided tour of two harrowing Cambodian sites, each a stark reminder of the atrocities committed during the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979. First, visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, transformed from the notorious Security Prison 21 (S-21). Then get a sobering look at the Killing Fields, where mass killings and burials took place. Travel by coach round-trip from selected hotels in Phnom Penh, with recorded commentary and an informative video documentary on board. Audio tours are available for purchase at each location.
Get out of Siem Reap to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Preah Vihear temple with this full-day private tour. You’ll head out into the Cambodian countryside, passing through traditional farming villages as you go. You'll also get the chance to visit the town of Anlong Veng, the last bastion of the Khmer Rouge.
Gain hands on experience in the art of Cambodian cuisine during a 3-hour cooking lesson with a local chef. In the morning or afternoon, travel round-trip by tuk-tuk from your hotel to a rural village outside Siem Reap. You’ll take part in an interactive workshop with a small group of food lovers and enjoy your 3-course meal afterward.
Enjoy the comfort of an air-conditioned shuttle bus as you checkout the top sites of Phnom Penh with this hop-on hop-off tour. Learn about this history of this colorful city from your expert guide thanks to on-board commentary and gain deeper insight into the cultures and traditions of local people. Make stops at the Killing Fields, Prison S21 and other historic landmarks as part of this memorable tour that's completely customizable according to your time and interests.
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.
Marvel over the mighty monuments of UNESCO-listed Angkor on this half-day tour from Siem Reap. Travel like a local as you hop aboard a traditional tuk-tuk and zip around the vast temple complex. Jump off along the way to snap photos of the world-famous Angkor Wat, roam the evocative ruins of Angkor Thom and marvel at the sacred sculptures of the Terrace of the Elephants. This private tour includes hotel pick-up.
Throughout Cambodia, Siem Reap is renowned for its nightlife. Enhance your experience of Siem Reap in the evening with a package that includes a traditional Apsara show, dinner, and a tour of Pub Street. Ideal for first-time visitors, this tour combines local culture with cuisine and provides a glimpse into old and new Cambodia. Plus, you’ll be transported between venues by tuk-tuk for a more intimate glance at the area.
Sample traditional Khmer cuisine and get hands-on in the kitchen with this 4-hour, expert-led Cambodian cooking class from Siem Reap. With numbers limited to 12, enjoy an authentic small-group experience, as you travel out to a typical rural village. Learn how to pick fresh herbs, prepare dishes like mango salad and fish amok, and add a finishing flair to your presentation. Finally, toast your hard work with a cocktail and sit down to taste your creations.
Check off all Siem Reap’s signature historic attractions in one action-packed day on this private tuk-tuk tour tailor-made for time-pressed travelers. Skip the haggling hassles and enjoy the attentions of your own private guide as you tour Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, Ta Nei, and Banteay Kdei. Tour includes door-to-door round-trip transfers and guide but excludes entrance fees.
About 75 miles (120km) from Siem Reap, in the jungle of northern Cambodia, lie the ruins of Koh Ker temple - built in the 10th-century by Jayavarman IV. High atop a 1700-foot (525m) Dângrêk Mountain cliff, in the Preah Vihear province, sits Preah Vihear Temple - an ancient Hindu construct built during the period of the Khmer Empire. Explore both and give something back, on this full-day guided-tour.
Zip around Phnom Penh at night with your own motorbike driver as you visit craft breweries in the bustling capital of Cambodia. Stops include locations such as an outdoor beer garden, a micro-brewery, and a rooftop bar where you can enjoy beer tastings and a brewery tour, along with snacks. You’ll also get a close look at different neighborhoods from your seat on the back of the Tuktuks.
Take a break from sightseeing and treat yourself to a half-day spa package in Phnom Penh. Relax and unwind with a 2-hour spa treatment by professional massage therapists – ideal for targeting tight muscles, working out the stresses of traveling or simply enjoying some well-deserved pampering! Best of all: with hotel pick-up and tuk-tuk transfers to the spa included, your whole experience will be stress free.
Siem Reap is known for its temples but most locals still earn a living by farming or fishing. On this tour, take a short tuk-tuk ride towards the Tonlé Sap to meet some of the locals of Treak, a small farming village. With your English-speaking guide translating, enjoy a first hand account of life on the rice plains.
Rather than just eating Khmer cuisine, master the art of Cambodian cookery during a class in Siem Reap, a cultural experience that’s ideal for food lovers. Choose from a morning or afternoon start time and take a tuk-tuk to a market to get local insight into ingredients before learning to prepare dishes in an air-conditioned kitchen. During your class, you’ll receive personalized attention from a guide in a small group limited to 12 people.
Watch the sun set over the Mekong River on a 90-minute cruise from Phnom Penh with pickup at your hotel and an open bar. See Diamond Island from the water as you pass fishing boats and riverside communities, capture evening photographs of the waterfront, and experience Phnom Penh at its most scenic.
Sightseeing in the heat can often be an exhausting task. Ensure you start the day with a relaxed body and mind on a temple tour that begins with yoga at sunrise. Your yoga class takes place in the garden surrounding Angkor Wat, so you’ll still enjoy views of the iconic temple before traveling between four additional temples with ease. Lunch , hotel pickup, and your Angkor Archaeological Park admission ticket are included.
Visit a rural Cambodian community for a cooking class led by a village chief and talented cook who uses traditional techniques and a wood-fired stove. With a local to help interpret throughout the private cooking class, you’ll have a unique chance to learn about Cambodian culture, cuisine, and daily life as you prepare a hearty lunch or dinner using fresh ingredients from the nearby market.
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.
Experience the beauty of Siem Reap on a private tuk-tuk tour to the Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom complexes. Immerse yourself in Cambodian culture as you zip through the streets and learn about the history of Siem Reap and its temples from your driver. Enjoy complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off from Siem Reap as well as bottled water for your group of up to four people.
Angkor wat shared tour did provide a private tour with tuk tuk shared ,which for a part of backpacker and a solo traveler,who want to spend the money on their budget of their travelling , according to the required from the backpack people who run out their budget , they might spend their trip with an other people who going to join them in their tour , ; we are going to collected you guy from your hotel /hostel .1 hour before the tour started our tours is daily every day , the maximum tuk tuk can be feed 4 persons , first we going to visit angkor wat after angkor thom (bayon.baphuon phimeanakas terrace leper king terrace of elephant ....etr ) ta prohm (tomb raider )lunchtime you can crape before or after ,and banteay kdei temple at the last we going to bring you guy to see the sun set on the hill (phnom bakheng ),
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We will start the great full day private tour to Preah Vihear temple from Siem Reap. Visit a town of Anlong Veng which was served as the last head quarter of Khmer Rouge lasted till 1998. Visit a world heritage temple of Preah Vihear along the border.
Your private driver will pick you up at your accommodation.
Then go to buy temple pass. The drive may take 10 to 15 minutes.
You will first of all visit Angkor Wat, the most important and biggest monument.
Upon finished visiting Angkor Wat, you will continue to visit Ta Prohm so called the Tomb Raider.
Then visit Banteay Kdei, a peaceful and former Buddhist monastery.
Lunch at local restaurant.
In the afternoon, visit Ta Nei, the quiet temple in the jungle
Time to visit Angkor Thom. Bayon is the center.
Baphuon, the tallest pyramid temple in Angkor Thom city.
Then Royal Palace of Phimeanakas, Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace of Leper King and South Gate of Angkor Thom.
End of the day, driver and tour guide will drive you to your accommodation or where you would like to be dropped off.
Be among the few people who visit these remote temples, Koh Ker and Beng Mealea, which have only recently become accessible by road. They’re still largely unrestored, so provide a fascinating contrast to the more famous Angkor Wat. This day tour is the easy way to visit these out-of-the-way temples on a day trip from Siem Reap. Escape the large tour buses and crowds, and feel like an archaeological explorer.