Explore Cambodia ( 8 Days/7nights )

Day 1: Phnom Penh arrival (LD)
Arrive Welcome by your guide at Phnom Penh port, transfer by private vehicle air-conditioned to your hotel. Lunch at the local restaurant – Then you discover the Phnom Penh City, visit Independence Monument commemorates the end of Cambodia’s ruled by France in 1953, Wat Phnom, a ancient pagoda stand up on the hill, National Museum built in 1917-18 is exclusively dedicated to Khmer arts. Royal Palace built in 1866 and Silver Pagoda located within the Royal Palace compound. O/N at hotel in Phnom Penh.

Day 2: Phnom Penh – Battambang (BLD)
Road to Battambang city located at 291km in the north-west of Phnom Penh. On the way, you can visit the handicraft of silver at Kompong Luong, Phnom Oudong former capital, Kompong Chhnang city, and visit the floating villages and potter village. Continue to Pursat provincial city renowned of marble sculpture and visit the workshop. Arrive at Battambang city in the last afternoon. Check-in to hotel.
O/N at hotel in Battambang

Day 3: Battambang (BLD)
Discover Battambang, the largest and charming city where you can see the colonial style houses along the Sangke River. Visit the archeological provincial museum before departure to visit Ek Phnom temple in the 11st century. On the way back, you can visit the traditional Cambodian hou ses and the artisan factory of rice flaky cake. Road to the Sough along the Sangke River to discover Prasat Banon temple stand up on the hill, super panoramic view. O/N at hotel in Battambang

Day 4: Battambang – Siem Reap (BLD)
By traditional boat (public boat), you have a cruise first on Sake River (six hours) to Siem Reap. On the way you can see the floating fishing villages, the crocodile farm, Wat Chheu Khmau pagoda – Arrival at Chong Khneas pier in the last afternoon, then transfer to hotel. O/N at hotel in Siem Reap

Day 5 : Siem Reap: Roluos Group & Angkor Wat (BLD)
Starting to visit the Roluos group temples, Preah Ko temple known as the temple of the sacred ox, Bakong temple. Discovery the wonderful Angkor Wat temple, a part of world heritage, the largest and undoubtedly the most breathtaking monuments of Angkor group and also the best preserved is an architectural masterpiece; Phnom Bakheng then watching the sunset view on Angkor Wat and on the other sites. O/N at hotel in Siem Reap

Day 6: Siem Reap: Angkor Thom & Grand Circuit (BLD)
Visit Angkor Thom (the Great City) including the Sough Gate, famous Bayon temple, Baphuon temple, a pyramidal representation of mythical Mont Meru; Terrace of Elephants used as a giant reviewing stand for public ceremonies and served as a base for the king’s grand audience hall; Terrace of the Leper King, Phimean Akas temple means – Celestial Palace – dedicated to Hinduism. Visit the main circuit: Pre Rup located northeast of Sras Srang, was built in 961 dedicated to Shiva, Eastern Mebon used to be in the middle of the waters of the large Oriental Baray that is presently filled with rice-fields, Neak Poan was supposed to be a symbol of the Universe, and Preah Khan built in 1191 according to the tradition on a spot where the king fought a crucial battle against the Chams. O/N at hotel in Siem Reap

Day 7: Siem Reap: River of thousand lingas, Banteay Srei & Ta Prohm (BLD)
Full day excursion to the river of the Thousand Lingas is known as – Kbal Spean – the head of the bridge. To get there, after traveling by car, it should take about 45 minutes walking through the jungle before you reach the river that contribute to the irrigation of Angkor. The bed of the river is lavishly sculpted. Numerous lingas lay there, caressed by the crystal-clear waters. On the way back, visit the famous Banteay Srei (Citadel of Women) about 30 km from Siem Reap town, Sras Srang used for ceremonies and royal baths and Ta Prohm invaded by the roots of giant baniyan. O/N at hotel in Siem Reap

Day 8: Siem Reap out (B)
Free time until transfer for departure

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