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Itinerary of

3-Day Angkor Premium (Ang-Prem-3D)


In the morning

  • Ankgor Wat
  • Angkor Thom (the South gate, Bayon temple) 

In the afternoon

  • Tanei
  • Ta Prohm temple
  • Banteay Srei temple  


In the morning

  • Beng Mealea

In the afternoon

  • Boat cruise on Tonle Sab to see a floating village
  • Oxencart to explore a local village
  • Craft village
  • Holy water sprinkle by Buddhist monks in an active monastery


  • Kulen mountain  



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Itinerary Description of (Ang-Prem-3D):

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In the morning, we head to the active pilgrimage site of Angkor Wat, the biggest Hindu temple in the world to enjoy with the longest lively carving of more than 2000 meters long by 2 meters high, excluding relief on ceiling and hundreds of roof supporting pillars. After a short trekking through trees out from Angkorwat complex, we'll explore around the Angkor Thom city, founded in 12th century by king Jayavarman VII and remained the capital until 17th century. At this city, you will visit the most well-preserved gate amongst all the fives, and the peaceful smiling faced tower temple of Bayon where you can imagine how amazing would it be for the first explorer who was there when there was no one but trees with umbrella-like branches and other types of creeping vegetation. Then drive into the real jungle to whisper in the quiet temple of Ta nei. After a break for lunch, continue with a visit to the Taprom temple, overgrown by gigantic roots of huge trees, which is featured in Tomb Raider. Then we will head to pink sand stone temple of Banteaysrei with the most well- preserved carving and also the only temple decorated by the deepest bas-relief amongst all the temples in Cambodia.

Early morning, you will journey northeast from Siem Reap for about 65km to the massive jungle temple of Beng Mealea, which means "lotus pond", the size and style of Angkor Wat but mostly eaten by the jungle. As the site has not been restored yet, you can imagine what would it look like for the first explorer. As long as the time and weather permit, it would be interesting for you to wander around to aim your camera at every bit of this ruin. Then we will stop over at one of the stone quarries where the Angkorian people had mined the sand stone to build temples from 9th century to 15th century. After a short break for refreshments, let us take you back to the Angkorian days to get to know about how people make their living by taking a private boat to cruise around floating villages on the biggest lake in South East Asia, so-called Tonle Sap Lake. As long as the time and weather permit, we may stop over at a villager's house to see their additional businesses such as fish farm and crocodile farm. In the same time, it's also a pleasure to have a chat with them about their daily living and about your first impression of the lake too. We would like to introduce you the super vehicle which has been used in our country since the Pre-historic time, so-called holy oxen cart, by which we will explore around the peaceful country side to see rice paddy, vegetable farm, domesticated animals, and especially to get the smell of fresh air. While remain sitting on the open Lexus, we' ll have a chance to see additional jobs of local people besides farming that some of them are skillful in making baskets, bags, pots, boxes, dish pads and mats out of rattan. This craft art has been transferred down from generations to others. It is also a pleasure to learn a little thing from them. Moreover, there will be an opportunity to experience the real Cambodian culture as to have a talk with some monks about their daily living and get holy sprinkle, given by the wise monk, for a believe to take-in the happiness and prosperity.

After having had a very tasty breakfast, we'll depart through villages for the only mountains range in Siem Reap, so- called Kulen Mountain. This plateau is considered as a holy mountain in Cambodia, of special religious significance to Hindus and Buddhists. On the other hands, it also has a major symbolic importance for Cambodians as the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire, for it was at Phnom Kulen that King Jayavarma II proclaimed independence from Java in 804 CE. At the site, we are exploring the carvings representing fertility and its water which hold special significance to Hindus. Just 5 cm under the transparent water's surface, over 1000 small carvings of Shiva Linga are sculptured into the sandstone riverbed. Next to it is another attraction, namely Preah Ang Thom, a 16th century Buddhist monastery notable for the giant reclining Buddha, the country's largest. As it is almost the break time, we' ll make a way through a village and continue our journey across an old track by our own effort to the most attractive waterfall in Cambodia. After a stop for picnic lunch, there is still plenty of time to chill out in and around the water fall and natural swimming pool till we call it a day!

Tour Inclusion:

  • English speaking tour guide
  • Round-trip by private air-con vehicle
  • Private boat cruise on the lake at Kampong Kleang
  • Private ox-cart through a local village
  • Excursion to a remote temple of Beng Mealea
  • Excusion to Kulen national park
  • Cold drinking water bottles

Tour Exclusion:

  • Entrance fees to the sites
  • Meals
  • Other services other than mentioned