Tour Of Angkor

  • Cambodia - Culture and History

  • Trip ID: 1538

5 Day Trip
Per Day Price Level $$$$
Per Day Budget $ 190
Per Day USD ranges:
$$$$ < $250
$$$$ $250-500
$$$$ $500-750
$$$$ $750+
  • Watch the sunrise over the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Angkor Wat temples.
  • Soak up the tranquility amidst the soaring trees and serpentine roots of Ta Prohm.
  • Explore the city at the centre of Jayavarman VII’s Empire, Angkor Thom.
  • Enjoy the call of red-headed whistling ducks,  and sunset drink on an ancient Angkorian waterway.
  • Ride or walk through the forest to the temple ruins of Ta Nei.
  • Experience the best local dining opportunities.
  • Meet the most talented artisans and restorative spas, giving you a truly local experience.
  • Visit the authentic markets of Siem Reap.

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  • Itinerary Summary

    Day 01 : Arrival at Siem Reap International Airport

    You will be met by your guide at Siem Reap International Airport.

    In the afternoon your guide will meet you as arranged in the lobby of your hotel.

    (Optional excursion depending on flight arrival time)
     

    This afternoon we will travel by road to Banteay Kdei, perhaps stopping at the small brick temple of Prasat Kravan for its unusual carvings from Hindu mythology.
     

    Have the chance to explore the sprawling labyrinth of Banteay Kdei with its beautiful Hall of the Dancing Girls. Banteay Kdei is a partially ruined Buddhist monastic complex, displaying mixed architectural motifs from several temple styles due to alterations after initial construction. Monks have used the site until the modern era.
     

    Discuss with your guide about visiting additional sites if your arrival today into Siem Reap is early enough.
     

    A short drive through the forest crosses the ancient city from the Victory Gate to the West Gate. A boatman will row you in a traditional gondola through the moat. This ancient Angkorian waterway, once the home to 10,000 crocodiles, is the perfect stage to enjoy a late afternoon drink and watch the sunset over the water.
     

    Return to the hotel and discuss a suitable start time for the following day. We encourage an early start to see the temples at their best and avoid the heat of the day.
     

    Accommodation: Victoria Angkhor Resort and Spa

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 02 : Siem Reap

    Meet your guide in the lobby, as arrange and travel by tuk-tuk (weather permitting) towards Ta Prohm temple (7 miles), taking a detour to view the serene royal baths of Srah Srang. This iconic 12th century temple is very popular and much photographed for the interplay of man and nature. Giant banyan and silk cotton tree roots strangle the ancient stonework. An early start today is rewarded by an exploration of the monastery before the crowds arrive. Stroll (1.3 miles) through the ruins from the West entrance to the East or North entrance to rejoin your driver.
     

    Nearby Ta Prohm, you can opt to walk or ride through the forest to the temple ruins of Ta Nei. Have the opportunity to explore this beautiful but little visited Angkorian temple without other tourists.
     

    You can stop for a light breakfast of fresh croissants, seasonal fruit, juice, TWG tea and coffee in a quiet and scenic spot by the temple.
     

    Further through the forest we come upon the Victory Gate of Angkor Thom, memorable for its colossal heads of gods and demons. Walk (600 yards) along the 30ft high laterite city wall to the enchanting East Gate (Gate of Death). You can see the old crematoriums shaded by the mature dipterocarp forest with the crumbling city gate as a backdrop.
     

    Return by road to Siem Reap for lunch. We can help you with dining options.
     

    After lunch, meet your guide as arranged and explore the city at the centre of Jayavarman VII’s Empire, Angkor Thom. Jayavarman VII was the most prolific builder of the Khmer Empire. Following a lengthy incarceration in the neighboring kingdom of Champa in central Vietnam he returned, a Buddhist, to Angkor to reclaim his country from Cham dominion. He assumed the title of God-King at the relatively advanced age of 56. In the following 30 years he presided over an expansion of the empire and the building of hundreds of temples, rest houses and hospitals throughout modern day Thailand, Cambodia and Laos.
     

    Walk back in time to temples that pre-date Angkor Thom, first the monumental and recently restored 11th century Baphuon temple and onward to the 10th century Phimeanakas, with its hidden bathing pools. Baphuon became the largest jigsaw puzzle in history as the plans of reconstruction and reassembly of the temple were lost after it was deconstruction to reinforce the temple’s foundations, presumably destroyed by the Khmer Rouge.
     

    Continue through shaded parkland to the 300m long and 3m high Terrace of the Elephants. This long succession of elephant carvings shows them in battle alongside eagle-headed warriors (garudas), lions and multi-headed beasts: all fantastical creatures of Hindu mythology. As you climb the terrace from the rear, imagine the Khmer imperial army arrayed on the parade ground to the East in what must have been an awe-inspiring spectacle.
     

    Just to the South we will find the state temple of Bayon at the very centre of the Khmer Empire. 216 giant stone faces on 37 towers maintained a gaze over Jayavarman’s vast city and outwards over his Empire. The predominantly wooden dwellings have long since been reclaimed by the forest.
     

    Optionally, explore the temples this evening with one of the world’s leading academics on Angkor (supplement price applies).
     

    Return to the hotel and discuss with your guide whether you would like to rise early to witness sunrise over Angkor Wat the following day.
     

    Accommodation: Victoria Angkhor Resort and Spa

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 03 : Discover Tonle Sap and Phnom Kulen

    Your guide will meet you as arranged in the lobby of your hotel.
     

    Tonle Sap is the richest fresh water fishing ground in the world. The communities living around the margins cope with huge seasonal variations in water level, building their homes on rafts or on 30ft stilts.
     

    It is well worth the extra effort to get away from the touristy village of Chong Kneas to these more genuine stilted villages to watch people go about their work.
     

    Wandering through the village we will have the opportunity to climb up into the houses. Your guide will translate, allowing you to speak with the villagers to gain an understanding of their unique lifestyle and perhaps learn how to handle a ‘cast fishing’ net.
     

    Later we can cruise from the village to the main body of the lake past floating houses, fishermen and mangroves or flooded forest and drop anchor out on the expansive water and enjoy a picnic lunch on board.

    Your guide will meet you as arranged in the lobby of your hotel. We travel by road from Siem Reap towards Phnom Kulen, the mountain quarry source of the sandstone for Angkor’s extraordinary monuments. Near the base of the massif we stop to visit Beng

    Accommodation: Victoria Angkhor Resort and Spa

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 04 : Visit Angkor Wat and the Cambodian countryside

    One of travel’s greatest adventures is to motor through the darkness of the Cambodian pre-dawn to welcome the sunrise over Angkor Wat.
     

    We explore this architectural wonder and the world-class bas-reliefs before walking between the outer laterite wall and the moat.
     

    Tip: For a more tranquil sunrise experience let us lead you through the back door of Angkor Wat, the east entrance, to avoid the camera crowds at the main gate. We recommend exploring this iconic temple in the hours immediately after sunrise and then return to your hotel for a late breakfast.
     

    In the afternoon, discover more than just the temples. Beyond the temples lies a rural landscape which is often little changed since the days of Jayavarman VII. To depart Siem Reap having seen only the temple ruins is to miss contemporary Khmer culture, and a living history of rice and fishing subsistence lifestyles. As infrastructure and technology encroach upon the countryside this opportunity will soon be lost forever.
     

    Join us on a journey of discovery through the rural landscape to reach villages where mass tourism cannot follow. Living and working in Siem Reap we have discovered beautiful and interesting places that are generally inaccessible to visitors. Today we will lead you between rice paddies, through woodland and back gardens on foot, by ox-cart and boat to experience the very best of the countryside. Few get to see this side of Cambodia.
     

    On this journey we will buy seasonal fruits picked straight from trees, speak to families who have specialized in baking sticky rice in bamboo for over 30 years and get hands-on experience of the essential rural skills of the rice harvesting, thatching, fishing, or even making a simple meal over an open fire. This will be both an education and an adventure from a slower, more romantic era of travel.
     

    After a short drive from Siem Reap we will begin at a contemporary pagoda to understand more of the importance of Buddhism in these rural communities and seek a blessing from the monks. Wander through local villages to come upon the Western Baray. An impressive engineering feat, this man-made reservoir was once integral to the complex Angkorian rice irrigation system. We will cross the reservoir by boat and continue through the attractive villages to the north where tourists are rarely seen and the smiles and greetings for visitors from the outside world are warm and generous.
     

    We reach our villa across a stream to the north of the village, surrounded by rice paddies. This is a wonderful spot to relax in the quiet of the countryside and enjoy sunset cocktails (included); an opportunity to unwind and just watch, drink in hand. The tempo of the Cambodian countryside is truly meditation in motion. At the end of the day you will see all the ox-carts returning from the fields, children washing their water buffalos, playing and laughing as they jump from the bridge into the stream, and workers planting and harvesting rice.
     

    We recommend comfortable footwear.
     

    Accommodation: Victoria Angkhor Resort and Spa

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 05 : Explore the markets. Depart from Siem Reap International Airport

    Explore the Old Markets for some souvenir shopping, alternatively visit Psa Leu for a truly local experience. Roam narrow lanes lined with stalls selling a bewildering array of wonderfully exotic edibles, from waterfowl to snakes, spiders and dried bugs – excellent photo opportunities.
     

    Continue on to visit Theam’s house, the charming showroom-meets-atelier of Cambodian artist and designer Lim Muy Theam who is helping to revive the Cambodian craft sector. This mix of art studio and gallery is an interesting place to spend some time while observing the products being worked on by Theam’s young team of artisans. Using a range of media, creating lacquered panels to paintings, Theam’s work draws influence from both Khmer tradition and modern international styles. The creative contemporary works are both unique and of high quality. If available we will arrange for you to meet with Theam for the opportunity to ask about his work and artistic inspirations.
     

    Private transfer to Siem Reap International Airport for your outbound flight.

    Meals: Breakfast

  • Duration
    5 days
    Difficulty
    Easy
    Primary Activities
    Culture and History
    No. of travellers
    Min. 1
    Other Activities
    None
    Children Allowed
    Yes
  • Comfort
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  • Price Details (per person)

    High Season Oct to Mar $ 949 $ 190 per day
    Low Season Apr to Sep $ 949 $ 190 per day

    * All Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Some savings may be available for larger groups.

Cost Includes
  • Transportation and transfers in private air- conditioned vehicle or tuk-tuks as noted (Please ask us for pricing for vehicle upgrades) 

  • Accommodation including all taxes and breakfast 

  • Angkor Archeological Park Entry Pass: US$40(3Day) per person 

  • Private boat tours (if applicable) 

  • Expert local guide in language specified 
(English) 

  • Government tax and service charge 

  • Luggage handling 

  • Drinking water and refreshing towels for 
touring 

  • 24/7 support

 

Cost Excludes
  • Cambodia Tourist Visa 

  • International air tickets to/from 
Cambodia 

  • Insurance of all kinds 

  • Additional tours to the itinerary 

  • Meals
  • Tips, drinks and personal expenses 

  • Guide languages other than English 

  • Optional activities, add-ons or upgrades 
as listed and priced above 
Day 01 : Arrival at Siem Reap International Airport

You will be met by your guide at Siem Reap International Airport.

In the afternoon your guide will meet you as arranged in the lobby of your hotel.

(Optional excursion depending on flight arrival time)
 

This afternoon we will travel by road to Banteay Kdei, perhaps stopping at the small brick temple of Prasat Kravan for its unusual carvings from Hindu mythology.
 

Have the chance to explore the sprawling labyrinth of Banteay Kdei with its beautiful Hall of the Dancing Girls. Banteay Kdei is a partially ruined Buddhist monastic complex, displaying mixed architectural motifs from several temple styles due to alterations after initial construction. Monks have used the site until the modern era.
 

Discuss with your guide about visiting additional sites if your arrival today into Siem Reap is early enough.
 

A short drive through the forest crosses the ancient city from the Victory Gate to the West Gate. A boatman will row you in a traditional gondola through the moat. This ancient Angkorian waterway, once the home to 10,000 crocodiles, is the perfect stage to enjoy a late afternoon drink and watch the sunset over the water.
 

Return to the hotel and discuss a suitable start time for the following day. We encourage an early start to see the temples at their best and avoid the heat of the day.
 

Accommodation: Victoria Angkhor Resort and Spa

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 02 : Siem Reap

Meet your guide in the lobby, as arrange and travel by tuk-tuk (weather permitting) towards Ta Prohm temple (7 miles), taking a detour to view the serene royal baths of Srah Srang. This iconic 12th century temple is very popular and much photographed for the interplay of man and nature. Giant banyan and silk cotton tree roots strangle the ancient stonework. An early start today is rewarded by an exploration of the monastery before the crowds arrive. Stroll (1.3 miles) through the ruins from the West entrance to the East or North entrance to rejoin your driver.
 

Nearby Ta Prohm, you can opt to walk or ride through the forest to the temple ruins of Ta Nei. Have the opportunity to explore this beautiful but little visited Angkorian temple without other tourists.
 

You can stop for a light breakfast of fresh croissants, seasonal fruit, juice, TWG tea and coffee in a quiet and scenic spot by the temple.
 

Further through the forest we come upon the Victory Gate of Angkor Thom, memorable for its colossal heads of gods and demons. Walk (600 yards) along the 30ft high laterite city wall to the enchanting East Gate (Gate of Death). You can see the old crematoriums shaded by the mature dipterocarp forest with the crumbling city gate as a backdrop.
 

Return by road to Siem Reap for lunch. We can help you with dining options.
 

After lunch, meet your guide as arranged and explore the city at the centre of Jayavarman VII’s Empire, Angkor Thom. Jayavarman VII was the most prolific builder of the Khmer Empire. Following a lengthy incarceration in the neighboring kingdom of Champa in central Vietnam he returned, a Buddhist, to Angkor to reclaim his country from Cham dominion. He assumed the title of God-King at the relatively advanced age of 56. In the following 30 years he presided over an expansion of the empire and the building of hundreds of temples, rest houses and hospitals throughout modern day Thailand, Cambodia and Laos.
 

Walk back in time to temples that pre-date Angkor Thom, first the monumental and recently restored 11th century Baphuon temple and onward to the 10th century Phimeanakas, with its hidden bathing pools. Baphuon became the largest jigsaw puzzle in history as the plans of reconstruction and reassembly of the temple were lost after it was deconstruction to reinforce the temple’s foundations, presumably destroyed by the Khmer Rouge.
 

Continue through shaded parkland to the 300m long and 3m high Terrace of the Elephants. This long succession of elephant carvings shows them in battle alongside eagle-headed warriors (garudas), lions and multi-headed beasts: all fantastical creatures of Hindu mythology. As you climb the terrace from the rear, imagine the Khmer imperial army arrayed on the parade ground to the East in what must have been an awe-inspiring spectacle.
 

Just to the South we will find the state temple of Bayon at the very centre of the Khmer Empire. 216 giant stone faces on 37 towers maintained a gaze over Jayavarman’s vast city and outwards over his Empire. The predominantly wooden dwellings have long since been reclaimed by the forest.
 

Optionally, explore the temples this evening with one of the world’s leading academics on Angkor (supplement price applies).
 

Return to the hotel and discuss with your guide whether you would like to rise early to witness sunrise over Angkor Wat the following day.
 

Accommodation: Victoria Angkhor Resort and Spa

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 03 : Discover Tonle Sap and Phnom Kulen

Your guide will meet you as arranged in the lobby of your hotel.
 

Tonle Sap is the richest fresh water fishing ground in the world. The communities living around the margins cope with huge seasonal variations in water level, building their homes on rafts or on 30ft stilts.
 

It is well worth the extra effort to get away from the touristy village of Chong Kneas to these more genuine stilted villages to watch people go about their work.
 

Wandering through the village we will have the opportunity to climb up into the houses. Your guide will translate, allowing you to speak with the villagers to gain an understanding of their unique lifestyle and perhaps learn how to handle a ‘cast fishing’ net.
 

Later we can cruise from the village to the main body of the lake past floating houses, fishermen and mangroves or flooded forest and drop anchor out on the expansive water and enjoy a picnic lunch on board.

Your guide will meet you as arranged in the lobby of your hotel. We travel by road from Siem Reap towards Phnom Kulen, the mountain quarry source of the sandstone for Angkor’s extraordinary monuments. Near the base of the massif we stop to visit Beng Mealea, often described as the blueprint for Angkor Wat.
 

This 12th century temple, overgrown with roots and vines, is an explorer’s dream. Venture through its darkened doorways, skirting crumbling pillars, and walk down the long promenades lined by naga balustrades. Take advantage of the walkways in the south part of the temple or scramble over tumbled stones in the less-explored courtyards.
 

Return to the hotel and discuss with your guide whether you would like to rise early to witness sunrise over Angkor Wat the following day.


Accommodation: Victoria Angkhor Resort and Spa

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 04 : Visit Angkor Wat and the Cambodian countryside

One of travel’s greatest adventures is to motor through the darkness of the Cambodian pre-dawn to welcome the sunrise over Angkor Wat.
 

We explore this architectural wonder and the world-class bas-reliefs before walking between the outer laterite wall and the moat.
 

Tip: For a more tranquil sunrise experience let us lead you through the back door of Angkor Wat, the east entrance, to avoid the camera crowds at the main gate. We recommend exploring this iconic temple in the hours immediately after sunrise and then return to your hotel for a late breakfast.
 

In the afternoon, discover more than just the temples. Beyond the temples lies a rural landscape which is often little changed since the days of Jayavarman VII. To depart Siem Reap having seen only the temple ruins is to miss contemporary Khmer culture, and a living history of rice and fishing subsistence lifestyles. As infrastructure and technology encroach upon the countryside this opportunity will soon be lost forever.
 

Join us on a journey of discovery through the rural landscape to reach villages where mass tourism cannot follow. Living and working in Siem Reap we have discovered beautiful and interesting places that are generally inaccessible to visitors. Today we will lead you between rice paddies, through woodland and back gardens on foot, by ox-cart and boat to experience the very best of the countryside. Few get to see this side of Cambodia.
 

On this journey we will buy seasonal fruits picked straight from trees, speak to families who have specialized in baking sticky rice in bamboo for over 30 years and get hands-on experience of the essential rural skills of the rice harvesting, thatching, fishing, or even making a simple meal over an open fire. This will be both an education and an adventure from a slower, more romantic era of travel.
 

After a short drive from Siem Reap we will begin at a contemporary pagoda to understand more of the importance of Buddhism in these rural communities and seek a blessing from the monks. Wander through local villages to come upon the Western Baray. An impressive engineering feat, this man-made reservoir was once integral to the complex Angkorian rice irrigation system. We will cross the reservoir by boat and continue through the attractive villages to the north where tourists are rarely seen and the smiles and greetings for visitors from the outside world are warm and generous.
 

We reach our villa across a stream to the north of the village, surrounded by rice paddies. This is a wonderful spot to relax in the quiet of the countryside and enjoy sunset cocktails (included); an opportunity to unwind and just watch, drink in hand. The tempo of the Cambodian countryside is truly meditation in motion. At the end of the day you will see all the ox-carts returning from the fields, children washing their water buffalos, playing and laughing as they jump from the bridge into the stream, and workers planting and harvesting rice.
 

We recommend comfortable footwear.
 

Accommodation: Victoria Angkhor Resort and Spa

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 05 : Explore the markets. Depart from Siem Reap International Airport

Explore the Old Markets for some souvenir shopping, alternatively visit Psa Leu for a truly local experience. Roam narrow lanes lined with stalls selling a bewildering array of wonderfully exotic edibles, from waterfowl to snakes, spiders and dried bugs – excellent photo opportunities.
 

Continue on to visit Theam’s house, the charming showroom-meets-atelier of Cambodian artist and designer Lim Muy Theam who is helping to revive the Cambodian craft sector. This mix of art studio and gallery is an interesting place to spend some time while observing the products being worked on by Theam’s young team of artisans. Using a range of media, creating lacquered panels to paintings, Theam’s work draws influence from both Khmer tradition and modern international styles. The creative contemporary works are both unique and of high quality. If available we will arrange for you to meet with Theam for the opportunity to ask about his work and artistic inspirations.
 

Private transfer to Siem Reap International Airport for your outbound flight.

Meals included: Breakfast

Cost of the entire itinerary

High Season Oct to Mar $ 949 $ 190 per day
Low Season Apr to Sep$ 949 $ 190 per day
Cost Includes
  • Transportation and transfers in private air- conditioned vehicle or tuk-tuks as noted (Please ask us for pricing for vehicle upgrades) 

  • Accommodation including all taxes and breakfast 

  • Angkor Archeological Park Entry Pass: US$40(3Day) per person 

  • Private boat tours (if applicable) 

  • Expert local guide in language specified 
(English) 

  • Government tax and service charge 

  • Luggage handling 

  • Drinking water and refreshing towels for 
touring 

  • 24/7 support

 

Cost Excludes
  • Cambodia Tourist Visa 

  • International air tickets to/from 
Cambodia 

  • Insurance of all kinds 

  • Additional tours to the itinerary 

  • Meals
  • Tips, drinks and personal expenses 

  • Guide languages other than English 

  • Optional activities, add-ons or upgrades 
as listed and priced above 
Climate

Dry Season (November-April): From the beginning of November until mid April, you can be sure of clear skies and almost no rain. The countryside dries out under the cloudless skies and the level of the Tonle Sap lake drops to its minimum.
 

Green Season (May-October): May and June bring moisture-laden air from the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Thailand, bringing greenery back to the region's countryside.

Visas, Travel Documents and Special Permits

A Cambodia tourist visa is required for travel to the country unless guests are Filipino, Malaysian, Thai, Singaporean, Vietnamese, Laotian or Indonesian. Citizens of most countries can apply for a visa online ( https://www.evisa.gov.kh/) or get one on arrival  in Cambodia, however citizens of the following countries should arrange a visa before travel, from their nearest Cambodian Embassy: Afghanistan, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Nigeria.

Physical Fitness/Skills

  • Travelers are advised to carry any personal medication
  • Average fitness level required

Immunizations / Medical Requirements

  • Professional medical advice should be sought before traveling.
  • Guests should caryy any personal medication.

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The Khmer people are modest, and tend to dress conservatively avoiding revealing clothes. Wearing short trousers or skirts, in particular, is unusual, and westerners are viewed a bit odd in this regard (particularly in view of insect bites). When entering a pagoda, revealing clothes must not be worn - bare shoulders and knees will be viewed as disrespectful.

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