Three Day Visit

Option 1

Day 1


Morning:        we visit Angkor Wat, the architectural wonder, with its world class bas reliefs.


Afternoon:       Visit 3 main temples at Hariharalaya which is the earliest Angkor capital. Lolei is a Hindu temple built with brick in late 9th century in the center of a man-made lake, 

                        Indratadak. Preah Ko is another Hindu temple that shows you a lot about the earliest style of carvings and architecture of Angkor period. Bakong temple is an enormous mountain temple constructed as the state or main temple in this area. Before visitting Preah Ko, you should visit the shadow pupet and stone carving workshop locating in the front of the temple that shows you how mdern Khmer generation preserve the incredible masterpiece of the ancestor. 


Day 2             

Morning:        We start early in the morning to see Sunrise at Angkor Wat at 5.00am. Then, visit Banteay Kdei and then Taprom. After Taprom, we walk through the forest to Ta Nei a small beautiful temple which is untouched by tourist.

Afternoon:      Travel by road to visit South Gate of Angkor Thom.


Visit Bayon and Baphoun temple. Next, we walk into the ancient Royal Palace to visit Phimeanakas temple with beautiful view of royal swimming pools, and then walk to the Terrace of the Elephants and Terrace of the Leper King.


Day 3

Morning:          We visit the most beautiful temple of Cambodia, Banteay Srei. Then we visit Banteay Samre, a Hindu temple with similar style to Angkor Wat.


Afternoon:       We visit Tonle Sap, the biggest freshwater lake in Southeast, to see floating villages, flooded forest and floating fish & crocs farms, people living on the lake, by taking a boat cruise.

Artisan D’Angkor workshop and gift Shop, free time for shopping at market and City tour around downtown

For detail information about each place, please read in Siem Reap Attraction
Price: (according to our experience and quality of our services)          
1 person=325$
2 people=335$
3 people=385$
4 people=400$

5 people=415$
6 people=430$
7 people=440$
8 people=450$
9 people=460$
10 people=470$
-English speaking tour guide
-A/C car or van with a driver
-Free cool fresh drinking water during the tour
-Boat tickets and entrance fees to visit floating village at Tonle Sap Lake
-Extra charge for sunrise and long distance to Banteay Srei temple.
-Tansfer in and out services (during the tour only).

-Hotel rate
-Three day temple pass (62$ each)
Option 2
Day 1
Visit Banteay Kdei, a grand Buddhist temple built inlate 12th century. At late morning, we visit Angkor Wat, the world largest temple with excellent masterpiece of carvings, sculptures and perfect structure. 

Afternoon:     Visit the impressive South Gate of Angkor Thom. Angkor Thom is a walled and moated royal city contructed in late 10th century. It was the last capital of the Angkor empire. Then, we visit Bayon, the second main temple of Cambodia after Angkor Wat. Bayon still has its 49 towers decorated with nearly 200 giant stone faces of Buddha, standing peacefully in the middle of the jungle of Angkor Thom city. Bayon is also considered as a window on Angkor history as its gallery has bas-reliefs about scenes of daily life, battles, China Town, cockfighting, chess games, childbirth and market scenes so on.
After that, we visit Baphounwhich is an enormous Hindu mountain temple contructed in early 11th century. Baphoun has largely collapsed and is in a very ruined condition. This temple has the earliest excellent design of a long causeway or bridge supported by many round columns leading from the entrance to the main structure in the center.
Next, we walk along the Terrace of the Elephants and Terrace of the Leper King. After that, we explore Taprom,another Buddhist temple covered by dense tropical forest where Tomb Raider Movie was fimledBecause Taprom was intentionally left unrestoredand uncleared, huge fig and silk-cotton trees still keep growing on the towers and corridors of the temple offering a jungle atmosphere and some of the best tree-on-temple photo opportunities at Angkor. 
 We could either visit sunset at Sras Srong, 1000 year old man-made lake, or return directly to the hotel. 

Full day:
        We visist Kulen Mountian to see 1000 linga carvings in bottom of the river, a giant statue of Buddha carved on the mountaintop, and beautiful waterfall where you can swim in nice cool water. Then, we visit Banteay Srei (the most beautiful temple of Cambodia). Then we visitBanteay Samre, a Hindu temple with similar style to Angkor Wat.
Enjoy sunset at Pre Rub temple or return directly to the hotel.
Day 3
        We visit Preah Khan, a grand Buddhist temple complex built in late 12th century. Preah Khan has 40 doors to get through from one to another side. After that, we see Neak Pean, an island Buddhist temple, and then Ta Som which both of them were built by the same king in late 12th century. Later, we see Eatern Mebon, another island Hindu temple with 8 giant elephant statues. Finally, we visit Pre Rup  which is a grand and very high Hindu temple built in late 10th century.

visit Tonle Sap, the biggest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia to see floating villages, flooded forest and floating fish & crocs farms,and people who live on the lake, by taking a boat cruise.
 Artisan D’Angkorworkshop and gift Shop, free time for shopping at market and City tour around downtown.

For detail information about each place, please read in Siem Reap Attraction
Price ( according to our experience and quality of our services )
1 person=360$
2 people=390$       
3 people=425$
4 people=460$
5 people=495$
6 people=570$
7 people=600$
8 people=630$
9 people=660$
10 people=690$
Inclusion: Professional English speaking tour guide, A/C car or van with a driver, free cool fresh drinking water during the tour, extra charge for long distance to Banteay Srei temple and Kulen Mountain, Tickets for Kulen mountain, transfer in or out services(during the tour only).
 Exclusion: Hotel rate, three day temple pass (62$ each), all other fees





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Travel to Cambodia with friends on the year 2009.Panith, is a well qualified tour guide who served his customers with whole-hearted attitude. It was hard to miss any important info with his guide. He always do his best to satisfy us with his knowledge on the history & culture of Cambodia & some funny jokes that cheer us up for the whole trip. if there is a chance to go back Cambodia, sure will look for you once again...Thanks for your companion for the 3days guide.

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