Highlights of Cambodia

From floating villages and lively markets to gilded palaces
and temple ruins, discover it all on this 4-day Cambodia tour.

Siem Reap | Phnom Penh

With the perfect mix of history, culture and nightlife, Phnom Penh is the perfect place to begin your adventure in Cambodia. Take in both the beauty and the brutal recent history of Phnom Penh with visits to the Royal Palace complex and the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. Travel to Siem Reap to explore the fascinating history and remarkable temples of Angkor, marveling at the grandeur of historic thousand-year old restored ruins. Encounter towering monuments of Hindu and Buddhist origins and explore a traditional culture unlike any other. Cambodia is more than just its temples, and you will explore just that with visits to lively local markets and Tonlé Sap Lake’s floating villages.


Customer Reviews

I enjoyed my visit to the Royal Palace. The grounds are beautiful and you can see the beauty of it all once inside. It feels very rich, compared to the area of Phnom Penh of course but the King does live there, and to the Cambodians... he is God. The painted mural around the walls was very impressive also. The silver pagoda was also very impressive when you see inside with the all the beautiful Buddha’s. The one that is diamond encrusted is an amazing sight to see. Donna, Australia - TripAdvisor.

To get the best understanding of what happened in Cambodia during the reign of the Khmer Rouge, then visiting S21( as its better know) will give you a chilling insight to what happened during those dark days in Cambodian history. Walking through this old school that was turned into an interrogation/ jail house, you are given a glimpse of what happened here, seeing the cells where inmates were chained up, the interrogation rooms where inmates were tortured and then seeing the expressionless photos of the inmates, who were later transported to the killing fields, will give you an experience that will stay with you for the rest of your life. Peter, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum - TripAdvisor.

All of the sites in Angkor are truly incredible and other worldy in their beauty, and to think of the labor that went into building them so many years ago. You read so much about Angkor Wat and it is the site to see when in Siem Reap. But I found Angkor Thom to be the most stunning place I visited on my trip. On the walk up you can hear the monks chanting and there are hundreds of butterflies everywhere. The light even on a sunny day is slightly muted and it all sets the scene for your first views of Angkor Thom. Words cannot describe and your pictures can't do justice to the magnitude of this place. It is stunningly beautiful and hypnotic. Bleu,Angkor Thom - TripAvisor.

The Bayon is incredibly beautiful. It has 216 huge smiling faces of the King Jayavarman VII as the Buddha's reincarnation, faces one of the four directions. Fifty-one smaller towers surrounded the central tower. The faces are carved with lips, eyes and each tower has four massive heads carved into its top. I loved the layout of the temple and this temple is one of my favourite temple. I took many pictures here. Smeets, Bayon Temple - TripAdvisor.


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Day 1: Phnom Penh Arrival
Day 2: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap (B,L)
Day 3: Siem Reap - Temples of Angkor (B,L)
Day 4: Tonlé Sap Lake - Siem Reap Departure (B,L)
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Customer Reviews

I enjoyed my visit to the Royal Palace. The grounds are beautiful and you can see the beauty of it all once inside. It feels very rich, compared to the area of Phnom Penh of course but the King does live there, and to the Cambodians... he is God. The painted mural around the walls was very impressive also. The silver pagoda was also very impressive when you see inside with the all the beautiful Buddha’s. The one that is diamond encrusted is an amazing sight to see. Donna, Australia - TripAdvisor.

To get the best understanding of what happened in Cambodia during the reign of the Khmer Rouge, then visiting S21( as its better know) will give you a chilling insight to what happened during those dark days in Cambodian history. Walking through this old school that was turned into an interrogation/ jail house, you are given a glimpse of what happened here, seeing the cells where inmates were chained up, the interrogation rooms where inmates were tortured and then seeing the expressionless photos of the inmates, who were later transported to the killing fields, will give you an experience that will stay with you for the rest of your life. Peter, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum - TripAdvisor.

All of the sites in Angkor are truly incredible and other worldy in their beauty, and to think of the labor that went into building them so many years ago. You read so much about Angkor Wat and it is the site to see when in Siem Reap. But I found Angkor Thom to be the most stunning place I visited on my trip. On the walk up you can hear the monks chanting and there are hundreds of butterflies everywhere. The light even on a sunny day is slightly muted and it all sets the scene for your first views of Angkor Thom. Words cannot describe and your pictures can't do justice to the magnitude of this place. It is stunningly beautiful and hypnotic. Bleu,Angkor Thom - TripAvisor.

The Bayon is incredibly beautiful. It has 216 huge smiling faces of the King Jayavarman VII as the Buddha's reincarnation, faces one of the four directions. Fifty-one smaller towers surrounded the central tower. The faces are carved with lips, eyes and each tower has four massive heads carved into its top. I loved the layout of the temple and this temple is one of my favourite temple. I took many pictures here. Smeets, Bayon Temple - TripAdvisor.


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