13 Trip in Cambodia



13 Days

Type of Tour




Upon arrival in phnom phen you will be welcome to cambodia by your local Tour Guide and transfer to the hotel, check in , two nights stays. Phnom penh capital of kingdom of cambodia, phnom penh is located at the confluence of three Rivers, the Bassac, the Mekong, and the Tonle Sap.


  • Breakfast + Lunch 
  • Accommodations (Hotel)
  • Transportation (VIP Minivan & 4wD)
  • Experience Tour Guide
  • Angkor Tickets
  • Kampong Cham Temple Ticket
  • Dolphins + boat tickets
  • Bicycle + Guide
  • Bu SSra waterfalls tickets
  • Feeding Elephant + Cooking + Ranger + riding
  • Royal palace tickets
  • Fresh water
  • Cruising
  • one dinner at Chanrey tree restaurant 


  • Local and International flights
  • Visa Stamps
  • Meals
  • Gala Dinner on 24 Dec and 31 Dec
  • Personal expenses
  • Laundry
  • Other not stated above
  • Travel Insurances
  • Tip: it is not included, but it depends on your kindness for guide and driver.


  • Your Shoulders & Knees covered (Scarf for shoulders & Knees not allowed)
  • Comfortable Shoes for walking on uneven stairs
  • Hats, Sunglasses, Sun scream, Insect Spray...
  • Kindly being informed that US Dollar is widely accepted in Kingdom of Cambodia. So you Do not have to exchange your currency to Riel (Cambodian Currency).
  • You can pay tour fee directly to your guide at the beginning or at the end of tour.
Day 1: Phnom Penh City (B/L)
  • Upon arrival in phnom phen you will be welcome to cambodia by your local Tour Guide and transfer to the hotel, check in , two nights stays. Phnom penh capital of kingdom of cambodia, phnom penh is located at the confluence of three Rivers, the Bassac, the Mekong, and the Tonle Sap. Strongly influenced by its French colonial past, Afternoon at Leisure in phnom phen, after arriving and checking in you have the rest of the day free to relax at your hotel or explore independently. 
Days 2: Phnom Penh City (B/L)
  • you will start your look at the Royal Palace, explore the stunning Royal Palace complex, Home to the Cambodian royal family and symbol of the Nation. We begin amid the beautiful royal gardens, landscape with tropical plants and studded with gleaming spires. We enter the Throne hall where the royal receptions are held and Cambodian king ‘s coronation took place. We we then pass the Napoleons 3 Pavilion made from Iron, a gift from the French emperor in 19 century.Lunch at Hotel 
  • In the late afternoon, we board a local boat for a sunset Cruise on the River. We set off on Tonle Sap River, which famously reverses direction each year, acting as the world’s largest natural flood barrier for the Mekong River. We Cruise past the Royal Palace compound. We return to the Hotel after dark.

(overnight in phnom phen)

Days 3: Phnom Penh- Kampot (B/ L)
  • Road Journey from phnom penh to Kampot: This morning depart the capital for the Journey to riverside town of Kampot province with optional sightseeing en route. The first stop can be made at Tonle Bati, to visit a series of temples including Prasat Neang Khmao , dating from the 10th century. Continue to Phnom Chisor for a Spectacular view over the Surroundings plains from the 11th century brahmanic temple. After Lunch at the local restaurant, continues to Takeo province and take a speedboat to phnom Da Hill to explore Caves with Shrines carved into the walls, a pre- Angkorian tower and an Indian style sanstone temple like no other in cambodia. A direct Journey will take around 3 -4 hours, or longer depending on your sightseeing preference.
  • Kompot: This quiet riverside town has bags of charm and is a lovely place to spend a couple of days. The town is center of salt and peppers production, and also a famous for its fish sauce and Durians ( look out for durians roundabouts, as bizarre a landmark as one is likely to see) . Trip out of town can be made to explore the scenic coastline or out into the countryside to trek through the rugged hills.

(Overnight in Kompot)

Days 4: Kampot (B/L)
  • Guided tour of Bokor Hill Station : Drive a short distance from central kampot and ascend the snaking road that winds its way up through the dense Jungles of Bokor National Park. This is a beautiful road with and ugly past, as many hundreds of indentured labourers perished during its construction after the First World War. Emerg on a plateau and see the remains of the black palace, one of the king Sihanouk ‘s former residences up here. The View are incredible, as the Jungle tumbled away to coastline below. Continue to abandoned hill station of Bokor, a cool retreat from the heat of Cambodian plains for French colonial. Explore some of decaying building here, including the old Catholic Church which sits eerily on the hillside and the shell of the Bokor Palace Hotel, once the most salubrious address in town. There are also the remains of an old Casino here and a Le Corbusier designed house. After exploring the historic remnants of Bokor drive to the Popokvil Falls, a lovely waterfalls set amid the jungle. After some time to relax in this scenic spot descend the mountain and return to your Hotel in Kampot

(overnight in kampot)

Days 5: Kampot- Kep (B/L)
  • Road Journey from kampot to Kep, with sightseeing: After breakfast this morning depart Kampot and travel toward to Phnom Chhnork, a large cave that contains a 7th century brick temple in remarkable condition, this hidden temple is a very sacred place for local Khmer. Next, we continue to a little town of Kampong Trach. For a long time this place was forgotten, as the Civil war kept it off the map but the new border crossing with Vietnam has seen a bit of a boom . We stop to visit the interesting caves temple of wat Kirisan, built into the base of phnom Sor. We travel through a small cave to hidden chamber open to the elements, the sheer wall dripping with foliage. There several hidden shrine here, as well as the of Thousand Ricefield, where local claims the limestone look like terrace. Continue to your Hotel in Kep, arriving in time for lunch. 
  • Today Kep is on the rise due to its popularity with day trippers from phnom phen who come for the sea air and fresh seafood especially the abundant local Crabs.

(Overnight in Kep)

Days 6: Kep Province (B/L)
    • Day at Leisure in Kep: today your time is your own to relax at the Hotel or explore independently. A day trip across to Rabbit Island is Recommended, and can be arranged locally.

(Overnight in Kep)

Days 7: Kep- Phnom Penh- Siem Reap (B/L)
  • Road Journey from Kep to Phnom penh airport: After breakfast, depart Kep and travel northeast to Phnom penh airport, a Journey of approximately 4 hours. 
  • Domestic flight:Depart phnom penh airport on cambodia Angkor Air to Siem Reap. 
  • Upon arrival in Siem Reap, you will be met by your Guide and taken to Hotel, checking in, you have the rest of the day free . Four nights stay in Siem Reap. 
  • Siem Reap is the nearest town to the temple of Angkor and is a very pleasant town in which to spend a few days, with an old French colonial center. Enjoy promenade along the river and around the old market, or round off a good day’s sightseeing with a few drinks and meals on trendy pub streets.

(Overnight in Siem Reap)

Days 8: Angkor Wat + Angkor Thom + Ta Prohm (B/L)
  • Probably the best time to visit Angkor Wat the largest and most famous of Angkor temple, is early in the morning, when the light is good and it is relatively quiet. Angkor Wat is visually, architecturally and artistically breathtaking. It is a massive three-tiered pyramid crowned by five beehive-like towers rising 65 meters from ground level. At the apex of Khmer political and military dominance in the region, Suryavarman , construction Angkor Wat is Surrounded by a moat and an exterior wall and the wall of the temple are covered inside and out with bad-reliefs and carving. Nearly 2000 distinctively rendered apsara carving adorn the walls throughout the temple and represent some of the finest examples of the Apsara carving in Angkorian era art.
  • Then continue to visit Angkor Thom, Bayon Temple:
  • In afternoon, visit Ta phnom, a hugely atmosphere due to the fact that has been left in the same state that many of the temples were first discovered by French explorer Henri Mouhot in 1860 . The tentacle- like tree roots here appears to be slowly strangling the surviving stones, a reminder that while empires rise and fall, the riotous power of nature marches on oblivious to the dramas of human history.

(Overnight in Siem Reap)

Days 9: Beng Mealea + Preah Vihear Temple (B/L)
  • - Full day tour to Beng Mealea and Preah Vihear: Departs Siem Reap After breakfast this morning on the Journey into remotest cambodia towards the magnificent jungle temple Beng Mealea, and mountain temple of preah Vihear. The total Journey should take around 3.30 hours. Take a break for lunch ( payable locally) at Sra Em, Then continue east toward Preah Vihear. The Snaking Road up the mountain is very steep in places and we eventually emerge at the second enclosure of this king of the mountain temples. Set on the Dangrek Mountain, preah Vihear tower hundred of meters above lowlands Cambodia offering breathtaking views. The foundation stones of the temples stretch to the edge of the cliff as it plunges precipitously away to the plains of preah Vihear province below. After time to explore this temple on foot, head back to your Hotel in Siem Reap, arriving back early evening.

(Overnight in Siem Reap)

Days 10: Banteay Srei + Food Tour (B/L)
  • 7 am we travel to the temple Banteay Srei, Angkor’s ultimate art gallery. Thise petite pink temple is the jewel in the crown of angkor era sculptures. The elaborate carving here are finest fund in Cambodia and the name translates as the fortress of women, thanks to intricate details here, consider too fine for the hands of a man. 
  • Originally believed to date from the latter part of Angkor period, inscription at the site suggests, it was built by a Brahman in 967 AD. 
  • Afternoon free at leisure until late evening Siem Reap Food Tour, In late afternoon you will experience the food tour around Siem Reap to sample delicious Cambodian dishes in several different location, from small local restaurant to night market and bustling streets- food stands. We start at 5 pm. And sample everything from Cambodian soups and homestyle cooking to Cambodian BBQ to frogs stuffed with Kroeung, a fragrant curry paste that is one of the defining ingredients of Khmer cuisine. We’ll even throw in a few Cambodian beers if you are so inclined. The evening tour is fun way to get acquainted with Siem Reap and Cambodian.

(Overnight in Siem Reap)

Days 11: Siem Reap- Battambang (B/L)
  • Full day private boat trip across Lake Tonle Sap to Battambang. This morning depart by Road for Tonle Sap Lake. On arrival at the Lake board your private Wooden boat for the fascinating 6-7 hours cruise to Battambang, crossings the Lake before traveling up river. Enjoy views of cambodian landscape and daily life along the River. A stop will be made en route at Cheur Khmao, or Black wood Pagoda. A packed Lunch included on Board. 
  • Battambang is an interesting riverside town located on highway 5 , approximately 80 km from Thai border. The town has some impressive colonial villas dating back from when the areas was taken by the French from Siam. Several pagoda and Museum.

(Overnight in Battambang)

Days 12: Battambang Tours (B/L)
  • Morning free at leisure on your own in the Hotel.
  • In afternoon tour of Battambang. This afternoon drive a short distance out of town to Bamboo Train, created by the local villagers to facilitate the transportation of goods. The 8 km on the Train to the next villages through beautiful landscape and rice paddies. On arrival at the villages visit a workshop specializing in wooden sculptures. Continue to hilltop temple of Phnom Sampeau, a Sacred mountain dotted with interesting pagodas and Stupas. There is also a moving memorial to Khmer Rouge victims who were thrown into one of the many caves that pepper this Holy mountain. Finish the Tour with the Dramatic spectacle of Thousands of Bats leaving one of the Caves in Streaming dark clouds as dusk descends.

(Overnight in Battambang)

Days 13: Battambang- Pailin Thai Border (B/L)
  • Journey from Battambang to Pailin Border ( Prom) : After breakfast you will be transferred by Car to the Thai border at Pailin. Ended of your trip in Cambodia: 
  • Note: From Thai border is your own arrangement with thai partner. End of Services

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