Cambodia 7 Days 6 Nights for Siem Reap, Battambang & Phnom Penh Tour
DAY 1 Arrival - Siem Reap
Arrival at Siem Reap airport will be welcome by friendly tour guides to take you to the hotel for check in. Visiting the temples will start shortly thereafter, will start to visit Roluos Group temples comlex to see the temples of Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei. These temples are built from the early of Angkor Period (802-1431). Preah Ko temple was built by king Indravarman I in 879. Bakong was built in 881. And Lolei was built by king Yasovarman I in 893. Then back to the city for lunch at local restaurant. Afternoon will visit the magnificent temple of Angkor Wat, which was built by King Suryavarman II (1113 - 1150) to dedicate to God 'Vishnu'. Angkor Wat, the largest monument of the Angkor complex and the best preserved, is an architectural masterpiece. It is perfection in composition, balance, proportions, relief and sculptures make it one of the finest monuments in the world. You are going to see sunset on Phnom Bakheng. Return to the city for lunch at local restaurant.
DAY 2 Full Day Tour in Angkor Complex
Second day will visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom and the faces temple of Bayon, the exact centre of the town of Angkor Thom. Then you will continue to visit Baphuon, Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, and Elephant Terrace and Leper King Terrace. Have a break for lunch at local Restaurant in front of Srah Srong, A royal pool with 700m long and 300m wide. Afternoon will visit to Pre Rup, Eastern Mebon, then Preah Khan temple which was built outside of Angkor Thom. And then you will visit to Neak Pean temple, which was the one of hospital of 102 which were built during the same king Jayavarman VII. Neak Pean situated in the middle of artificial lake "Jaya Tadaka", 3700m by 900m, which now has been dried up. In the centre of this space is a square lake 72m along, bordered by four smaller lakes situated on the axis and lower than the embankment surrounding the main one. In the middle of it, is a small sanctuary which was formerly entwined by the trunk-roots of a giant creeper, now dead. Return to the city for dinner at local restaurant.
DAY 3 Outside of Angkor City - Trekking
Third day will departure to the north of Siem Reap to visit the citadel of woman Banteay Srei temple, A jewel indisputable of the Khmer art, entirely have been constructed by hard pink sandstone, wonderfully sculpted, perfectly preserved and restored. Then you will going on 13km from Banteay Srei to Kbal Spean "The Thousand Linga River" which was carved during the 10 & 11 century, Linga the symbol of Siva, god of Hundu, are carved along the river bed about 200 meters. This trip, you are going to climb the mountain by foot about 45 minutes to distend of 2 km on the mountain. You will also see the 5 meters waterfall. We might have lunch at local restaurant. On the way back will take time to see daily living life of the people and you can see how they make palm sugar then continue to visit Ta Prohm, jungle temple which was built by king Jayavarman VII (1181-1218). The temple was built in 1186 for dedicating to his mother. This temple was invaded by Jungle about 500 years old. The Hollywood Movie star 'Angelina Jolie' took her movie here Tomb Raider. Return to the city for dinner.
DAY 4 Remote Temples - Countryside
The fourth day will drive to the north-east of Siem Reap (130KM) to visit the group of Koh Ker complex temples which were built by King Jayavarman IV (922-944). On the way back you will Beng Mealea Temple, which was built at the end of 11th century as a model of Angkor Wat. The temple is in ruin state and invaded by jungle, after break for lunch at local restaurant will return to the city and wait for dinner time.
DAY 5 Siem Reap - Battambang
Moring will bring you to discover the great lake Tonle Sap lake, a real Interior Ocean where there are a lot of fish which exported by the multiple villages of fishermen who you have got the occasion to approach. You will enjoy seeing countryside and daily life of Khmer People living by agriculture. Then you will take time for shopping at old market or discovery at art school Artisan D'Angkor. Then back to have lunch at the city in local restaurant. Afternoon will transfer you to Battambang province (170km for 2 and half-hours drive).
Battambang is the second biggest city of Cambodia, however it remain calm and the atmosphere truly bring you back to the French colonial era. It’s also known as “rice barn” of the country, the rice production of this province alone is enough to make Cambodia self-sufficient in terms of food. Upon arrival will check in the hotel then continue to Odam Bang village take the small train (Bamboo train) through the rice fields to Osror Lov, and then return back to Odam Bang village by the same small train.
DAY 6 Battambang - Phnom Penh
Morning will visit Wat Kor village, where the old traditional houses aged between 80-100 years old still exist for the home of villagers. Continue to the striking hilltop temples of Phnom Sampeau & Phnom Banan, this massive limestone out crop is dissected by a number of caves some more accessible than others, with some containing unexpected reminders of Cambodia’s history. Drive back to Battambang along Steng Sangké, area grows a variety of tropical fruits and after the rainy season farmers plant all kinds of vegetables along the fertile river banks, here you can learn about traditional agriculture. Then will have break for lunch at local restaurant. Afternoon will transfer you Phnom Penh.
Day 7 Phnom Penh - Departure
In the morning, enjoy the city orientation and visit the most highlights of Phnom Penh including Royal Palace compound build in 1866 by the Predecessors of King Norodom, is the most conspicuous feature and also one of impressive colourful Khmer-style Palaces. Silver Pagoda (The Emerald Buddha temple), displays plenty of Buddha Statues that were decorated and made by diamond, emerald, gold and silver. Continue to see National Museum, built in 1917 it is an exceptional example of traditional architecture and is exclusively devoted to preserving and displaying Khmer art and sculptures. Hundreds of pieces are housed here including both pre-and post-Angkorian pieces, visit the notorious genocide Tuol Sleng Museum (S21). The museum displays include room after room of these photographs of men, women and children covering the walls from floor to ceiling; virtually all the people tortured were later killed. The visit to this site provides us a deep insight into the painful bloody rule of the Khmer Rouge. Transfer you to Phnom Penh international airport, End of service.
Note: This program can be flexible adopting your availabilities or mood, we open to your modification and customization.
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