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  • Tour Duration: 21 Days
  • Language: English, other languages with supplement
  • Service: Private Basis

Day 01

Phnom Penh -, L, –

Arrival at Phnom Penh international airport and after immigration and customs formalities, meeting with the guide.

Transfer to hotel, where the check-in is generally provided at 14:00, however, if the rooms should be available before this time, guests will be accommodated as soon as possible.

Start of the introductory tour to the bustling capital of Cambodia passing between the colonial neighborhoods near the Independence Monument and continuing with a walk near the area where the three rivers converge almost in front of the Royal Palace. Visit the Wat Unalom, the famous pagoda in which he lives the great Venerable of the Buddhist monks.

Proceed to the famous Russian market, consisting of a series of intricate corridors and passages where a myriad of stalls and sellers may be overlooked and where all kinds of merchandise is displayed to potential buyers.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 02

Phnom Penh B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Start the visit with the temple that gives the city its name, Wat Phnom: located atop a hill, attended by the faithful who come here to pray and get to predict the future by many fortune-tellers.

Then proceed to the Royal palace and Silver Pagoda, so called for more than five thousand silver tiles from which the floor is formed, all enriched by the gifts offered to the royal family from all over the world.

Proceed to the National Museum, built around 1918 and totally devoted to Khmer culture.

There are wonderful exhibits on display dating back to pre-Angkorian and Angkorian, including important Angkor statuary and many everyday objects found in various areas and eras.

Drive to the Toul Sleng, the prison museum tragic witness to the bloody regime of the Khmer Rouge and the genocide perpetrated against the Cambodian people themselves, guilty of being able to read and write, wear glasses, be teachers, doctors, professionals, speak foreign languages​​, it is estimated they have been tortured and killed about three million people over twelve in four years until 1979.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure. Overnight.


Day 03

Phnom Penh – Kampong Thom B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Departure from the capital by land and head to Kampong Thom.

After about an hour drive, short break at Skhun village, famous for its edible giant spiders, cooked in many ways for whoever dares to taste them, which are served just in all ways to those who want it of course,.

Sellers turn their baskets to the sun in order not to cool delicious the food, offering delicate spiders, sold in small bags from which they may be taken and enjoyed one by one, as they were chips.

Visit the Sunthok mountain, climbing over 800 stairs to get to the top, where a Buddhist pagoda is located and from which a wonderful view that extends through all the surro Then head towards Kampong Thom and arrive at Sambor Preikuk.

unding areas may be enjoyed.

Departure towards the province of Kampong Thom.

Then head to Sambor Preikuk, the most ‘important pre-Angkorian archaeological complex of the Country, representing the ancient capital of the kingdom of Chenla, the precursor of the Khmer empire.

There are over a hundred temples of great beauty and rarely visited, divided into three monastic complex: the South Group of Prasat Yeay Poan, the Central Group of Prasat Tor and the North Group of Prasat Sambor.

This latter includes the most important buildings and is’ dedicated to an incarnation of Shiva.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 04

Kampong Thom – Kratie B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Departure towards Kratie.

Visit the temple of Wat Nokor, dating from the eleventh century, a temple built with a modern Mahayana and Hinayana pagodas

Pass through vast rubber trees plantations, which are present in the area since the French colonial period, and stop to see the process of extraction of the substance.

Kratie is the province of the dolphin, and even if it is over 600 km. from the sea, the location is famous for being the city where there are more river dolphins that anywhere else in the world

Or so said a description of the colonial period, now maybe it is not more so, but there’ in any case the chance to meet the Irrawady river dolphins.

The town is big enough to have a couple of acceptable hotels and good restaurants which also provide European cuisine. In colonial times this was the capital of the whole north of the country and traces of this period are visible everywhere in the form of the roads and the residences of the lords of rubber. There are markets for all goods which remind us a bit of our emporiums time. Many traditional Khmer houses remind us of the ancient glories of this inland waterway market.

Visit the town and its surroundings, then continue on seeing the temple of Phnom Sombok until sunset on the Mekong River.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 05

Kratie – Mondulkiri B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Departure to visit the side of the river where the largest number of dolphins gathers and boat trip in order to better approach and admire these so rare mammals.

Then start the journey to Mondulkiri

The trip runs entirely through a totally primordial jungle, one of the last remaining in South East Asia. The views of the completely pristine jungles and mountains will remain in the hearts of all the few adventurers who pass through these lands. Sen Monorom is the capital of the province of Mondulkiri. Located about 900 meters above sea level with its 6000 inhabitants, this is the smallest provincial capital of the country The province is very vast and since just a few years, the government is doing to encourage a policy of ‘migration in these areas.

Here again, the forests, the few remaining indigenous tribes and the many beautiful waterfalls surrounded by a primordial and untouched nature, are the attraction for the few who venture into these remote lands, still visited by a very low number of passengers willing to endure some discomfort in order to live a few days in one of the last unspoiled areas of the world.

The population of this vast province counts only about forty thousand inhabitants. The two main minority groups represent more than half of the population and this means that the Khmer are the minority in this province. Certainly many wild animals including tigers, bears, leopards, elephants, buffalo and who knows how many other live in these remote forests.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 06

Sen Monorom (Mondulkiri) B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Visit an elephant conservation project. Elephant Valley Project.

Transfer to the project and then spend a morning with the elephants, following them into the jungle and learning to know them, seeing how drivers of local elephants behave in the forest and understanding conservation.

It is necessary to bring enough water (at least one liter) throughout the morning. It may also be necessary to wear sunscreen, a hat, a mosquito repellent, a waterproof jacket, etc.

You should wear appropriate clothing to staying in the jungle, such as long pants and a t-shirt.

Please do not wear shorts, short skirts, short skirts or dresses, visible neckties, straps, etc for respect for the local culture of Bunong staff who is employed in the project.

You need to wear suitable footwear, flip flops and slippers are not suitable for hiking in the forest.

Transfer to the beautiful Bousra Waterfall and chance to bath in the area.

Departure for a Phnong village situated about seven kilometers from town,

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 07

Mondulkiri – Rattanakiri B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Leaving for the province of Rattanakiri and arrival in the afternoon.

Banlung is the capital of the province of Rattanakiri. Vast plantations of rubber trees are nearby in a radius of at least fifteen Km.

In the most remote areas, the forest is still inhabited by large rare mammals such as tigesr, wild elephants, leopards, rhinos and even a kind of cow locally named Kouprey that seems to exist only in Cambodia. At several locations around the town there are places where precious stones are searched, generally zircons and garnets.

Waterfalls and volcanic lakes break up the great green forest where people can venture with confidence, for excursions on elephant back, on foot or by jeep, accompanied by the experienced rangers of the park. A volcanic crater lake is close to town that it could even be used as a pool. The lake is perfectly round shaped, is about 50 meters deep and the water on the surface is absolutely clear and transparent A volcanic crater lake is close to town that it could even be used as a pool. The lake which is perfectly round shaped, is about 50 meters deep and the water on the surface is absolutely clear and transparent. Escorted by the guides and in absolute safety it is possible to hike along the rivers and meet local tribe people with pre-Buddhist burial traditions unique in the world. They bury their dead by building monuments that are very similar to the deceased persons.

At Banlung market bows and arrows are still sold, new stuff, with no pretense of being tourist souvenirs, which shows that many forest peoples have not yet become farmers.

The whole area surrounding Banlung is full of eco-tourism opportunities. In the city there is also the chance to visit the interesting plant that starts the initial processing of the rubber formation.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 08

Rattanakiri B, L, –


Depart towards the tribal cemeteries which are located north of Banlung. After about thirty kilometres board a boat along a tributary river of the Mekong and arrive at these minorities that keep absolutely unique rituals in the world and build equally unique tombs.

Return and visit the volcanic lakes, which are perfectly round with a depth of 50 meters and offer bathing possibilities.

Lunch en route and dinner at leisure.



Day 09

Rattanakiri – Stung Treng B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Continue towards the province of Stung Treng, which is located on the way to Laos. It is a town without many pretensions, but a good base to make the trip to the waterfalls of the Mekong that are located a few kilometers from the border in Lao territory. At present they may be visited without obtaining a visa for Laos. The sight of these falls is truly impressive, the Mekong river plunges steeply down into a rocky gorge that falls for about twenty meters into the primordial forest. The 54 KM distance between the town and the falls may be travelled by fast boat and this would also be a part of this unforgettable trip.

Continue north to reach Preah Rumkel and continue to admire the rapids to observe the Sopheakmet waterfall, which has fired the great drawings of French imperialists and now marks the border with Laos. Along the way there is the opportunity to see Cambodian and Laotian fishermen and know their fishing style. There are several places to watch the falls, according to the time of the year. The guide will make the decision based on current circumstances. Going south we will begin the Mekong descent where we will continue our tour to explore the flooded Mekong wetland forests, Ramsa. It extends south along the Mekong River, from the border with Laos to Stung Treng.

Accessible only by boat, it is a paradise for mammals, birds and fish, it is unique river forest ecosystem, the dream of every naturalist photographer. Near the bungalows you will find the kayaks and weather permitting will be ‘possible to visit along the river in places accessible only by boat,

Time to enjoy the nature that surrounds the site.

Lunch en route and dinner at leisure.



Day 10

Stung Treng – Pre Vihear B, L, –

Departure towards the area of Pre Vihear.

The territory on which the temple stands has long been disputed between Cambodia and Thailand.

until, in 1963, an international court attributed it to Cambodia.

The location of the temple, exactly on the mountain crest, from which you can enjoy breathtaking views of Cambodia, Thailand and even Laos, It puts it in an absolutely distinct category compared to all the Khmer Temples.

The temple is made up of a large complex built on four levels, comprising five entrance halls ( Gopura ) and a Royal Residence with two wings, which probably also served as shelter for pilgrims.

Between one and the Gopura ‘There are other long courtyards flanked by Naga and at the side of one of them there is the large tank of water which served pilgrims and inhabitants of the temple.

The construction of the whole complex has been going on for over two hundred years as of the end of the ninth century, a time when Koh Ker ‘was the capital of the Khmer kingdom (921-942).

In 2004 the government of Phnom Phen has opened a new road from the valley floor which adds to the old road built by the Khmer Rouge In the mid-1980s, in the mid of the civil war.

This made the access to the temple relatively easy also from the Cambodian side.

The excursion to the temple of Prasat Phre Viher will be truly unique and unforgettable.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 11

Pre Vihear – Ko Ker – Beng Melia – Siem Reap B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Departure and arrival in Ko Ker, which is another complex of many temples and monasteries, the most important of which contains a large pyramid of seven steps which leaves very puzzled by the similarity with other sites of that period, many thousands of miles away.
Koh Ker was the capital of the Khmer empire for twenty years, in the ninth century. Now many of the ruins are still being immersed in the jungle and seldom visited, they are able to retransmit that particular charm that stunned the visitors a few decades ago and left them speechless.

At about seventy kilometers from Ko Ker stands the largest complex of Beng Melea, a temple with an adjoining monastery nestled in the jungle, which covers an area of over one square km.

Built in the same style and by the same king who built Angkor Wat, Beng Melea is considered by many may actually also to have been a prototype of the great temple.

Being devoid of carvings, it is thought to have been completed painted to be ‘internal to’ outside.

Most of the monastic complex has not been restored and the atmosphere is fantastic.

With the exception of the Ta Phrom, this complex offers the best shots of vegetation and large trees integrated into the temple.

Departure and arrival in Siem Reap.

Lunch en route and dinner at leisure.



Day 12

Siem Reap B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Departure for the visit of the pre-Angkorian Rolous archaeological complex, located about 15 km south-east from the town.

The temples of Prae Ko, Bakong and Lolei are the main and first to be built in the area during the ninth century, they represent the link between the kingdom of Chenla, whose capital were situated where now there are the remains of Sambor Preikuk and the new kingdom of Angkor, marking the beginning of the summit of power and Khmer art.

Then proceed to the Angkor complex and see the Prasat Kravan, the only example a the temple that consists of five towers in the line. In the middle see one of the most beautiful decorations dedicated to the god Vishnu.

In the afternoon visit the walled city of Angkor Thom, passing through the South Gate, and continuing to the spectacular temple of Bayon, which, with its more than two hundred enigmatic faces, is the central building, both in the location and in the design of the city itself.

It is a masterpiece from the amazing structure consisting of 54 towers and has beautiful bas-relief depicting the daily life at the time of the kingdoms of Angkor and in which they were counted more than ten thousand figures carved in stone.

Then continue by passing in front of the imposing Baphuon and see the pyramid-shaped temple linked to the legend and the king and the snake, Pimeanakas, then to the area where the Royal Palace was located and end with the beautiful Terrace of the Elephants and Leper King.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 13

Siem Reap B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Excursion to discover the Bantey Srey temple, which means the citadel of women, famous for the beautiful bas-reliefs carved in almost all pink sandstone and considered by many, even greater delicacy and precision to those found in Angkor Wat.

The temple is located about 40 km from Siem Reap and it is reached while passing through an enchanting landscape characterized by rice fields and villages.

Before returning, visit the temple of Bantey Samre, named after the legend of the peasant who became king.

In the afternoon proceed to the Bantey Kdey temple, also called the citadel of the cells that served as a meditation retreat for Buddhist monks. After admiring the reservoir of Shree Shrang or royal bath, climb the mountain temple of Pre Rup that marks the beginning of a new era in the Khmer architecture. It is built in red bricks and it is’ particularly impressive at sunset time, when the reddish bricks are constantly changing their colours.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 14

Siem Reap B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Part of the morning spent at Angkor Wat, the masterpiece of all Khmer art, the most famous and impressive temple in the area, considered one of the wonders of the world.

It is a structure that dazzles in its spectacular, extraordinary example of architectural wisdom, decorated with extremely refined sculptures and bas-reliefs, through which the main scenes of the Indian epics are described in masterly fashion.

In the afternoon proceed to visit part the Grand Circuit of Angkor, beginning with the vast and majestic temple of Prae Khan, also known as the temple of the Holy Sword, which had the functions of a religious and cultural centre and, for a period, it was also used as royal residence. At its maximum development, more than ten thousand people were living in the compound, including many of the important teachers and the Apsara dancers, the celestial dancers.

Continue to Neak Pean, the only circular structure in memory of a mythical lake which arise from the four rivers of Hindu mythology. At the time this sacred space was used as a place of purification by water.

Then head to one of the most suggestive and fascinating temples, the Ta Phrom,

It is totally immersed in the jungle and deliberately left in same condition as when it was discovered by French archaeologists in 1860.

Partially covered by vegetation, the roots of trees magically embrace the sculptures and stone blocks of galleries, signing a marriage between history and the unbridled force of nature itself.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 15

Siem Reap – (Bantey Chmar) – Battambang B, L, –

Breakfst at hotel.

Departure towards Battambang by local public boat from the pier located about thirty minutes drive from the center of town.

The boat leaves the province pasing through the Vietnamese floating village of Chong Kneas, It consists in a myriad of floating buildings, houses, shops, add it is located, depending on periods and water depth, either along the banks of the river channel that leads to the lake or at the lake itself. Then enter in the Tonle Sap, so big that the banks cannot be seen. The boat carries on along the lake until the splendid floating village of Prek Toal where it ‘s possible, if required and conditions permit, visit the school and a church float moored in the vicinity.

From here navigate along the Sangke river through a beautiful and unspoilt scenery: villages, pagodas, fishermen who use a particular technique through nets raised by a kind of pendulum catapult, mangroves and more that you can imagine and not, in a lush and untouched greenery. Arrival in Battambang after about 9-10 hours by boat from Siem Reap.Ttravel times are flexible, depending on water level and the conditions at the time. (The boats are local in wood, sometimes uncomfortable, due to rigid rotary internal use and not incan choose in advance, and the maximum capacityin of 30-35 people). Navigation is normally possible in the period from September to October to February-March. Transfer and accommodation at hotel.

As an alternative, Siem Reap –Battambang by land:

Depart early for Bantey Chmar passing through the town of Svay Sisophon, not far from the Thai border.

The temple of Bantey Chhmar is located about 60 km from the capital of Bantey Meanchey province. It is a little-known and visited monastic complex, which in practiceis not yet touched by any form of restoration.

Built between the late twelfth and the beginning of the thirteenth century, it was dedicated to the son of king Yayavaraman VII who fell fighting against the Champa.

The internal bas-reliefs of the outer wall depict scenes of the battles of that war. Bantey means town or city, and the complex is the size of a small town.

In the inner part vegetation grew luxuriantly, without completely taking over and the absence of tourists allows to relive the experience of the few travelers from the colonial period. Among the bas-reliefs, a representation of Awalokiteshwar, or Chenrezig in Tibetan, goddess representing the compassion and the tutelary deity of Tibet at the same time, allows to make risky but probably real connections, between these two so distant civilizationsin.

Continue and arrive by late afternoon in Battambang.

Lunch enroute and dinner at leisure.



Day 16

Battambang B, L, –

Battabang is the second largest city in Cambodia and it is also called the Capital of the West.

The city still has a very provincial atmosphere and is marked by an architecture mixed between local and colonial styles, where people still live according to the customs of the traditional peasant culture. Situation permitting, sometimes the visit is not possible for technical reasons, have the chance to try a unique form of local transport, the Bamboo Train, stepping onto a small platform, precisely formed by bamboo anchored to the wheels that allow it to travel on the tracks of what was once a railway line, now abandoned, all powered by a small but powerful engine. If time permits, proceed to Ek Phnom, a striking Khmer sanctuary dating from the first half of the eleventh century, and useful for understanding the Angkorian architecture.

Then proceed to visit the sacred hill of Wat Phnom Sampeau from the top of which there is a wonderful view on the whole surrounding area.

Nearby there are caves which are one of several traces of the bloody Khmer Rouge regime and the genocide perpetrated against the same Cambodian population themselves, guilty of being able to read and write, wear glasses, be teachers, doctors, professionals, speak foreign languages​​, it is estimated they have been tortured and killed about three million people over twelve in four years until 1979.

Whoever was considered an “enemy” of the communist regime, “guilty of having different ideas,” including the elderly, women and children, after being tortured, was first systematically thrown off a cliff and then abandoned in these caves where the bones of these innocent people are still visible.

Optional visit to one of the non-governmental organizations operating in the area and description of the in progress projects which normally involve the rehabilitation of victims of the blasting of unexploded mines, another “gift” of the Khmer Rouge regime.

Continue for the view of some villages in the beautiful countryside of the province, those situated along the banks of the river Sangke just outside Battambang itself are very impressive, there are a hundred years old wooden houses built on stilts and for the ones who wish, it will be possible to experience a short stretch of road on a cart drawn by oxen. Not far away it will be shown how oranges are grown and also to the small and still shy Cambodian wine production derived by local vineyards in the area.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 17

Battambang – Phnom Penh B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Departure towards the capital of Cambodia.

At the village of Kampong Chnang cover a stretch of the river leading to the Tonle Sap, seeing how life takes place in the floating villages made ​​up of many boats, floating homes and facilities.

See, by one of the villages along the road, the technique of silver production as it is handed down for generations.

Stop at the small city of Udong which was the capital of Cambodia under various sovereigns from 1618 to 1866, The city was sacked by the Thai, bombed by Americans and ruined by the Khmer Rouge.

Despite this history, 509 steps lead up to the summit of Phnom Udong, where the mail attraction is not only the Khmer temple, but also breathtaking views across the surrounding area.

Pranzo in ristorante locale.

Continue on to Phnom Penh , and arrival in the afternoon.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 18

Phnom Penh – Takeo – Angkor Borei (oppure Phnom Chisor – Tonle Bati) – Kampot / Kep B, L, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Leave Phnom Penh heading towards Vietnam. As soon as the outskirts of the city are left behind, a completely different dimension is immediately noticed, among green landscapes and roadside villages. The provincial capital of Takeo is reached after about seventy kilometers and from nearby board small boats and experience interesting browsing through canals, rice paddies, homes and several farms until the approach of the hill temple of Phnom Da.

The archaeological site used to be a holy place during the reign of Funan, dating from the seventh century. The main temple was built here in the area that was also called Angkor Borei, for some time capital of the kingdom of Funan itself.

When in the months from January – February to August – September the water level does not allow the navigation by boat of the water ways between the rice paddies, as an alternative the following program will be provided.


Leave Phnom Penh by following the Route N.2 towards the provincial capital of Takeo. As soon as the outskirts of the city are left behind, a completely different dimension is immediately noticed, among green landscapes and roadside villages. Through side roads arrive then to the temple of Phnom Chisor, dating from the XI century. and visit the ruins, rising on its long stairway. From the top admire the beautiful view of the surrounding countryside.

After seeing a nearby pagoda stop shortly to visit some local houses fitted with hand-crafted frames used for silk processing.

Drive then again the road towards the capital and stop at Tonle Bati temple, dating from the XI century.

Time to relax in one of the wooden terraces built on the edge of the small lake behind the temple.

Then continue to Kampot province.

This province is located in the Southwest of the country with eighty kilometers coastal strip.

Kampot town shows some of Indochina’s best preserved colonial era shop houses creating a lovely old world feel that can’t be easily be found elsewhere in Cambodia.

Enjoy a small boat cruise on the Kampot River.

The riverside is lined with turn of the century buildings languishing in stately decay. Their strong, simple geometrical forms, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and mustard yellow walls symbolized both the simple orderliness and foreign grandeur of French administration.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 19

Kampot / Kep – Sihanoukville B, L

Breakfast at hotel.

Kep city is a very small city located at the South West of Phnom Penh of Cambodia. Kep city is majorly a tourist attractions having lots of beaches, parks, resorts, islands, natural mountains, mangroves, evergreen tropical forests and finally very famous for its classical sea food.

Departure to Phnom Chhnork a limestone mountain which rises above the flat plateau outside charming Kampot town. A 203 steps stairway leads up to a cave with a pre-Angkor (7th-century) temple inside. It is build in bricks and dedicated to Shiva with a stalagmite inside acting as a phallic altar. Phnom Sidaoun, which lies on the same dirt road but a bit before Phnom Chhnork, is a small cave complex next to a working stone quarry. There is a recent image of Buddha and some cave passages. Phnom Sorsia is a small mountain rising from the flat farmland outside Kampot. There is a monastery at the foot and a small colorful temple on the top along with stupas. The mountain also have some cool caves passages where you can see bats. The great thing about this place compared to Phnom Sidaoun, Phnom Chhnork and Wat Kiri Sela is that it is an active monastery, so there will be young novice monks hanging around.

Visit one of the many pepper plantations.

Pepper has a long history in Kampot and has always been one of the main industries of the region. Its flavor made it one of thebest peppers in the world –Unfortunately the events that took place in Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge regime destroyed the majority of the production

Despite pepper cultivation being adversely affected by events in Cambodia’s recent history, small farmers in the region are using their traditional skills and knowledge to once again make Kampot pepper a valuable product.

Pepper is a vine that grows along standards consisting of vertical poles. This vine originating from the tropical forests requires a hot and humid climate.

Kampot is also famous for its salt.

The salt fields are close to the sea, and water is let in. The fields are then closed and the water is allowed to evaporate, leaving salt crystals. 

The raw salt is then collected and it is extremely pure.  Then, it’s delivered to the salt factory, where it is cleaned and packaged for shipment.

Salt fields may be found on the road from Kampot to Kep, just outside of town.

Departure then to head to Sihanoukville.

Arrival and check in at hotel.

Lunch at local restaurant and dinner at leisure.



Day 20

Sihanoukville B, -, –

Breakfast at hotel.

Free activities such as bathing, relax or optional tours.

Lunch and dinner at leisure.



Day 21

Sihanoukville – Phnom Penh B, –

Breakfast at hotel.

At leisure until transfer by road to Phnom Penh airport.

Arrival after 4-5 hours from departure.

End of services.

  • Private air conditioned transportation as per program
  • Cold water and fresh towels at disposal
  • Entrance fee
  • Meals as per program
  • Private English speaking local tour guide

  • Any kind of insurances
  • Drinks at meals (if any) and extras in general