This tour has been specifically tailored to take us from the bustling city of Phnom Penh to the unique cultural heritage in Siem Reap in a leisurely and comfortable fashion that ensures nothing of interest is missed. With a short trip, we still can see Cambodia’s most spectacular historical sites whilst staying in the region’s finest hotels and enjoy stunning views on Tonle Sap Lake.
Preah Vihear province has an abundance of cultural heritage including impressive legacies from the Angkorian era in the form of the mountain temple of Preah Vihear; and the 10th-century capital of Koh Ker. Within easy reach of Siem Reap, the creation of a 2 day exploration of this region, with the imminent opening of this impressive temple complex on the Cambodian – Thai border was almost a given. A must-try for those searching for history and getting up and close with the rural part of Cambodia.
Cruise with a unique wonderful overview of Phnom Penh, from Wat Phnom to Royal Palace and Mekong crossing. During almost 2.5 hours, discover Phnom Penh’s bustling riverside from the Tonle Sap River to Mekong River from a unique, quiet and breezy place, while you enjoy, overlooking the busy Phnom Penh’s riverside at night fall. Picturesque views of the Royal Palace, National Museum, parks and the Phnom Penh skyline will make this a memorable evening.
Enjoy this adventure that will take you off-the-beaten-track to both the remote Beng Mealea Temple ("Jungle Temple") as well as the village of Kompong Khleang. Beng Mealea is a less-visited, but nonetheless historically important, and represents a fascinating example of the Suryavarman architecture, dating back to the 12th century.
Explore the delights of Khmer cuisine with this hands-on full day culinary experience. Start with a guided tour of the local food market before trying your hand at food preparation. Throughout the day, a professional chef will explain the local ingredients and their uses as well as teaching you traditional techniques and cooking methods. Enjoy a delicious lunch and dessert prepared with your newly acquired culinary skills!
Discover the the vibrant bustling capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh. Admire the stately columns of the Cambodian king's residence, visit a temple home to bejeweled Buddhas, and learn about the country's past on this fascinating full-day tour. Stop at the hilltop Wat Phnom before glimpsing in to the tragic recent history of Cambodia at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Killing Fields at Choeng Ek. With an private experienced guide to lead you between stops, you can also visit a vibrant market and grab lunch at a locally loved cafe.
Experience the best of Sihanoukville in this informative private day trip. Delve into the local culture and lifestyle when you visit Wat Krom, Kampign Chhas Primary School, and a Cambodian traditional house. Complete the tour with a stop at Kbal Chhay Waterfalls to cool yourself off.
This full-day tour allows plenty of time to enjoy the majesty and awe of the temples of Angkor. Explore, climb and have the exclusive benefit of scholarly insight into the temple complex – Angkor Wat. End the day with a view of the sunset at Pre Rup temple.
Tourists simply cannot say they've been to Siem Reap if they haven't visited its biggest claim to fame – the Angkor Temples. Built in the early 12th century, the Angkor is one of few UNESCO world heritage listed sites and Cambodia's most valuable monument. Angkor is breathtaking, to say the least, and Siem Reap owes its booming tourist numbers to this majestic site. With Angkor Wat standing as a reminder of such a grand past, it's no wonder that Siem Reap has picked up the pieces so diligently and drawn in the world once again. We have handpicked some of the most famous temples around Angkor, lifting just a tip of the veil of the grandeur of this amazing site.
Battambang is the Cambodia's second-largest city, a riverside town with water that winds its way through the province providing its picturesque setting. It is home to some of the best preserved French colonial architecture in the country. A short drive from Battambang town, the scenery quickly becomes home of one of villages and rice paddies, offering an excellent opportunity to see a bit of authentic rural Cambodia. Experience the simple life as local Cambodian.
See Phnom Penh differently on this amazing walking food tour. You will experience insight into Phnom Penh's vibrant local street food scene, Art Deco and French Colonial architecture, original Wat or pagoda from which it gets its name, bustling markets, unique history and lots of tips and anecdotes along the way from your expert local guide.
Roll up your sleeves and channel your inner artist during a 2-hour ceramic painting workshop in Siem Reap. Instructors will share history and painting techniques while you immerse yourself in Cambodian culture through art. Upon completion, you will have two decorated elephant mugs and saucers — perfect for gifts or a special keepsake to call your own!
This Kampot 4-day tour is an awesome all-encompassing discovery experience of the southeastern corner of Cambodia on 125cc automatic motor scooter. An exciting and action packed four-day excursion that includes accommodation and food on a half board basis, this adventure will introduce you to the Cambodian people, the countryside and those hidden gems that only a few explorers will ever get to see. This tour is ideally suitable to younger travelers between the ages of 18 and 35, or those that are happy to stay in a younger party atmosphere and mix and mingle with like minded travelers.
Killing Fields & S21 Shuttle Bus Tour, a must-see tour while in Phnom Penh, now available on an air-conditioned tour bus. Free hotel pick up and drop off (with city limits) or drop off at riverfront, English speaking bus attendant, recorded English commentary, and video documentary onboard. Don't want to inhale the dust and fume on a tuktuk for 2 hours!? This half day shuttle bus tour is your best choice.
A full day may not be enough to master the magnificence of Angkor. This architectural masterpiece was constructed in the 12th century and covers an area of about 210 hectares. We will enjoy exploring the many temple galleries with columns, libraries, pavilions, courtyards and ponds full of water reflecting these towering temples. To add that special touch, your means of transportation will be a local Tuk Tuk that will be waiting for you just before sunrise. Yes, a sunrise with the Angkor Wat at the background makes it all worthwhile waking up before even breakfast has been served.
An excellent tour for those just wanting a simple introduction to see a floating village on the Tonle Sap Lake. Perfect for groups, lone travelers and families you can be safe in the knowledge that you will be looked after from start to finish by a professional tour company with your local guide showing you the local area and how families live off the lake whilst ensuring you aren’t exposed to any scams. There are no hidden extras with pick up/ return from your hotel all included in the price.
Discover a fun and different way of exploring a thousand years of Khmer history at Angkor, lead by a professional and multilingual Cambodian cycle and temple guide. The main benefit of touring the city on a bicycle is that you are guaranteed to experience the incredible legacy of the Khmer empire in a totally different way, as well as get to glimpse into rural Cambodian life during this 78mi (126km) ride over the course of two and a half days.