Pick up from the airport and transfer to the hotel check in. Overnight in Siem Reap


Day 2: SIEM REAP (B)

After breakfast, visit to The South Gate of Angkor Thom: Bayon Temple, The Royal Enclosure, Phimeanaka, Elephant and Leper King Terrace. Continue visit to Ta Promh (the jungle temple. In the afternoon, visit to Thommanan, Chaosay Tevoda, Ta Keo: small, attractive temple in very good condition, built all the same time as Angkor Wat. Continue to Angkor Wat: The “7th Wonders’of the World”. World Heritage Site since 1992, famous for its beauty and splendor. Angkor Wat features the longest continuous bas-relief in the world, which runs along the outer gallery walls and narrates stories from Hindu mythology. Continue visit to Bakheng Hill: Sunset viewing on the top of the hill. Bakheng is the first major temple to be constructed in the Angkor area; this temple-mountain offers extraordinary views. Overnight in Siem Reap.Angkor Wat | Description, Location, History, Restoration, Map, & Facts | Britannica


Day 3: SIEM REAP (B)

Breakfast at hotel, head 35km north to visit the captivating and beautiful temple of Banteay Srei or ‘Fortress of the Women’ (~ 40 min drive). The journey allows you to experience the beautiful Cambodian countryside as you pass through small typical villages. Banteay Srei is the birthplace of Khmer classical style architecture. One of the smallest temples in the region, Banteay Srey is also one of the most beautiful, showcasing the most exquisite, deep and complex carvings in all Khmer architecture. Along the way we make stopover at the Preah Dark village and we follow these with a visit the Banteay Samre Temple adorned with impressive relief’s depicting scenes of Vishunu as well as Krishna legends.  Afternoon, Visit the Roluos Group. The monuments of Rolous, which served as the capital of Indravarman I (reigned 877-89. Preah Ko erected by Indravarman I in the late 9th century dedicated by the King to his ancestors in 880. Bakong the largest and most interesting of the Roluos group temples, with his active Buddhist monastery just to the north of the east entrance. Lolei built on an islet in the center of a large reservoir (now rice fields) by Yasovarman I, the founder to the first city at Angkor. Back in town, visit APOPO Visitor Center is a global non-profit organization that trains African giant pouched rats (fondly nicknamed ‘Hero RATs’) to save lives by detecting landmines. Here, you will have chance to discover the history of conflict in Cambodia, the impact of landmines on local communities. Overnight in Siem Reap

Banteay Srei Temple Guide - Citadel of the Women - Just Siem Reap

Day 4: SIEM REAP (B)

Have breakfast at the hotel, and be ready for your drive to AnTong village, to admire the life of local people, take an oxcart ride, which is a great way to explore Cambodia authentically, meet a lot of encounters, and interact with local people by visiting their home gardens and other daily subsistence activities. Learn their ways of life, and Cambodian culture, help them with vegetable gardening, take beautiful photos, and enjoy seasonal fruits at a local market in the village.  In the afternoon, we’ll visit Wat Bo, a highly respected pagoda founded in the 18th century, contains very unique wall paintings of the Reamker (Ramayana) that are said to be from late 19th century. Continue to visit the "Les Artisans d'Angkor – Chantiers Ecole" the Finest Authentic Khmer Arts and Crafts. End our visits at one of the city’s lively open markets, Psar Chars, also called the “Old Market”, where anything and everything is for sale. Overnight in Siem Reap.

Wat Bo - the famous monastery in Siem Reap - Siem Reap


Breakfast at the hotel – visit the Tonle sap where we will enjoy a boat ride (private boat and guide) on the Tonle Sap lake. This is the largest permanent fresh-water lake in South East Asia and flows into Tonle Sap River, joining the Mekong in Phnom Penh. We will see a fishermen's "floating village" with floatting schools, floating police station, etc. It is same as a big village floating on the lake, and the "village" move from place to place following water levels and curant. Transfer to the airport for flight departure

Tonle Sap River - Cambodia: Get the Detail of Tonle Sap River on Times of India Travel

Tourcost/Person in USD

Hotel* Period 1pax 2pax 4pax 6pax 8pax 10pax 12-14pax SGL
3* April - Sep 24 794 467 357 356 324 305 299 95
Oct 24 - Mar 25 842 491 380 380 348 329 324 118
April - Sep 25 809 475 364 363 331 312 306 102
Oct - Dec 25 842 491 380 380 348 329 324 118
Peak: 28 - 31 Dec 24  | 25 866 504 393 392 360 341 335 131
4* April- Sep 24 809 475 364 363 331 312 306 102
Oct - Dec 25 866 504 393 392 360 341 335 131
April- Sep 25 809 475 364 363 331 312 306 102
Oct - Dec 25 866 504 393 392 360 341 335 131
5* April- Sep 24 938 539 428 428 396 377 372 166
Oct - Dec 25 1034 587 477 477 444 425 420 214
April- Sep 25 963 552 441 440 408 389 383 179
Oct - Dec 25 1059 600 489 488 456 437 432 227
Peak: 26 Dec 24 - 06 Jan 25 | 26 - 31 Dec 25 1227 683 573 573 541 522 516 311

Hotel List

Hotel* Hotel Name Website Room Type
3* Hari Residence Deluxe
4* Saem Siem Reap Deluxe
5* Borei Angkor Deluxe


Inclusive Of:

Non – Inclusive Of:

Private tours with Local English speaking guide

A/C transport throughout the tours and all Transfers

Entrance fee to any applicable tourist sites

Meals as indicated (B=breakfast)

Boat cruise as mentioned

Cold water and towel during the trip

Government tax & Service charge

Other tours related service stated in the itinerary

Hotel accommodation (Twin/Double Sharing Room)


All International flight & Domestic Flight tickets

Visa stamps upon arrival of $30.00 / Person

Compulsory Gala Dinner on 24 Dec & 31 Dec

Other meals not mentioned

Tips f& personal expenses


Travel insurance


Child Policy:         

For children between 2 to 11 years old, the following price policy applies:

Child in twin                80% of total package

Child in extra bed        70% of total package

Child no bed                40% of total package

For infant between 0-2 years old: Free of Charge



The dress code for the Royal Palace of Phnom Penh requires visitors dress respectfully and modestly as the Royal Palace is the home of the King. Visitors must wear long pants that cover the knee. Singlets or tank tops are not allowed, as shoulders must be covered


All visitors to Angkor Temples are required to wear modest clothing: no short pants or short skirts (knees must be covered) and no sleeveless shirts (shoulders must be covered). See-through clothing will also not be allowed.


As for the visit of Bakan Tower of Angkor Wat Temple itself, closed for 4 days of a month on the Theravada Buddhist Religious Calendar, visitors are required to wear decent attires with shoulders and knees properly covered (Non-revealing dress). The visitors are particularly requested to stand in queue awaiting their turns to climb up to this peak, and children under twelve year-old are not permitted to do so for their own safety reason.