Angkor & Preah Vihear & Kulen Mountain & Tonle Sap Lake

This special made itinerary designed for valuable travelers who interested in seeing the most attractive temples in Cambodia such as Angkor Wat, Bayon and other main temples located in Siem Reap. Heading to Northern Cambodia near Thailand border to see Preah Vihear temple, the imposing temple-mountain and it has the most dramatic location of all of the Angkorian monuments, perched atop a cliff face Dangrek Mountain, towering 550m above the plains below. On the way back, take a stop at former Ta Mok’s Headquarter in Anlong Veng district. Ta Mok was a general commander of Pol Pot. Phnom Kulen National Park's main attractions are Waterfall, Reclining Buddha and Thousands of Lingas River. The last day, going to see the rural local Market of Roluos before taking a private wooden boat at Tonle Sap Lake and then City Tour.

Details

Day 1 :
  • Angkor Wat : The largest religious temple in the world
  • South Gate of Angkor Thom
  • Bayon : Smiley faces temple
  • Baphuon : Giant temple for Lord Shiva
  • Terraces of Elephants & Leper King
  • Ta Nei : Off the beaten path temple

@ Lunch break in local restaurant (own account)

  • Ta Prohm : Giant trees growing over and it's well known in Hollywood Movie "Tomb Raider"
  • Banteay Kdei : The early Buddhist temple 1181
Day 2 :
  • Pre Rup : Mountain-style temple built in mid-10th Century AD
  • East Mebon : Built in now dried East Baray 'Reservoir'
  • Ta Som : Giant tree growing on East Gate
  • Neak Poan : Built in center of Indratadaka Baray 'North Reservoir'
  • Preah Khan : Dedicating to the King's father

@ Lunch break in local restaurant (own account)

  • Banteay Srei : The most intricately carved temple
  • Banteay Samre : Angkor Wat period temple
Day 3 :
  • Preah Vihear : Located on Dangrek Mountain near border with brilliant view from a cliff of mountain
  • Ta Mok's Quarter : Ta Mok was the last leader of Khmer Rouge arrested by Royal Government of Cambodia 
Day 4 :
  • Kulen Mountain : 587m high mountain and the first King in Angkor Period Jayavarman II used to claim independence from Javanese and himself as God King "devaraja"
  • 16th century Reclining Buddha
  • 1000 Lingas River
  • Waterfall : Enjoying swimming in this beautiful waterfall

@ Lunch break in local restaurant (own account)

  • Silk Farm :  You would see silk processing from silk worm till silk products. it is the largest Silk Farm in Cambodia.
Day 5 :
  • Roluos Market : Walking ad seeing the activities of daily life of Khmers in rural local market
  • Tonle Sap Lake : Taking a wooden boat to see floating villages as fishing and farming community
  • City tour : Enjoying the last day by looking at workshops of Artisan Angkor and Killing Field at Wat Thmei if you'd like to

Note : 

  • The following price is charged Per Tour, it is not charged individually.
  • Extra charge 10USD/tour for sunrise at 4:45am from hotel, if you would like to see.
No. Pax  1 - 3 4 - 9
Price  565USD 675USD 

Inclusion And Exclusion

  • Professional English Speaking Guide
  • Private A/C Vehicle
  • Parking Fees
  • Cold Drinking Water
  • Cool Towels
  • Pick up & Drop off at hotel
  • Angkor Pass : USD62/Person
  • Preah Vihear : USD10/Person
  • 4WD Truck at Preah Vihear : USD25/Group
  • Ta Mok's Quarter : USD03/Person
  • Kulen Mountain : USD20/Person
  • Tonle Sap Lake : USD20/Person (From 1pax-2pax) Or USD15/Person (From 3pax-Up)
  • All Meals (B/L/D)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Graduities
  • Others not mentioned in the Inclusive

Remark

  • Please wear the proper clothes for temple tours by making sure your shoulders & knees covered (scarf for covering shoulders & knees not allowed).
  • Comfortable shoes for uneven stairs recommended
  • Hats, Sunglasses, Sunscream, Insect Spray are recommended.
  • Please bring charger for camera or phone which you can charge it while having lunch in local restaurant.
  • US Dollar is widely accepted in Kingdom of Cambodia. So you do not have to exchange your currency to Riel (Cambodian Currency). All torn, rip and old US dollar bills or coins are not accepted.
  • You can pay tour fee directly to your guide either at beginning or end of tour