Cambodia 6 Nights Tour Package

    • Duration

      7 Days

    • Total Destinations


    • Attractions


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    DAY 1
    Arrival- Siem Reap

    • Arrive at Siem Reap International Airport.
    • Our Airport representative will meet & greet you.
    • Pick – up from Airport and transfer to the hotel.
    • Check-In to the hotel and rest for the hours as you will be picked up in the evening for Aspara Dance Performance, A mixture between Cirque du Soleil and a Native American POW Wow, the Aspara Dance performance is absolutely mesmerizing. Aspara, meaning “beautiful girls” in Khmer, was historically performed by girls who were believed to have supernatural powers. The dance stems all the way back to Angkorian times when Suryavarman II was in power. Back then, these goddess-like women only danced for the royal family. These days, you can be royalty when you snag a ticket for the evening performance. The show is a full on production with captivating dancers, intricate costumes, professional lighting, and intense backdrops that lasts for over an hour.
    • Back to hotel and Check-In.
    • Overnight stay at the hotel.

    DAY 2
    Siem Reap

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • After breakfast you will be picked up for your full day excursions.
    • CAMBODIA LANDMINE MUSEUM: Decades have passed since both the Vietnam War and the Khmer Rouge regime, but life-threatening reminders still remain hidden in the fields of Cambodia; 6 million reminders to be exact. The Cambodia Landmine Museum is the best place in Siem Reap to educate yourself on the whos, whats, and whys regarding landmines in Cambodia.In addition to a history lesson and an up-to-date briefing on the landmine situation, you’ll all get to see some active and detonated landmines up close. You’ll learn about how it has affected locals and see what efforts are being made to rid the region of these hidden dangers.
    • ANGKOR CENTER FOR CONSERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY: On this tour you get a chance to have an intimate experience with animals native to Cambodia while also contributing to a great cause.Right here in Siem Reap in the north of Cambodia. The Angkor Center for Conservation of Biodiversity works towards the advancement of species and habitat preservation through several channels including species breeding, animal rehabilitation, community education, and conservation and research.The biodiversity center offers two tours during the day: one a 9am and one at 1pm. On these tours, the knowledgeable and passionate guides will explain how they rehabilitate otters, porcupines, birds and other animals so that they can be reintroduced into the wild.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 3
    Angkor Wat Temple (Approx 8 Hours Tour)

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • You will leave from hotel early in the morning, as your day will start with a sunrise at ANGKOR WAT TEMPLE and spend a full day temple hopping with expert local guide. See some of the most impressive monuments built by mankind.Magical, mysterious, and absolutely mesmerizing, Angkor Wat is one of those bucket list places that every human should experience before they die. Here is the largest Buddhist temple on earth, which took 30 years to build during the 12th century (113-5BC) and spans over 208 hectares (500 acres).Explore the interior of the great temple at Angkor, from its corridors and central chambers to the upper terraces. Your expert guide will tell you stories behind the bas-relief carvings, and provide insight into life during the height of the Khmer Empire.
    • Later this evening, either get drop at/or take a tour of PUB STREET.PUB STREET: With so much culture, history, and ancient architecture to take in during the day, you might just want to let off some mindless steam at night. For a relaxed evening of western food and a wild night of Angkor beers on tap, head to Pub Street.This long walking road surrounded by neon signs, bars touting bucket drink specials, and groups of social travelers everywhere you turn, Pub Street has become the official backpacker’s oasis in the middle of Siem Reap.You’ll find plenty of clubs and watering holes that are open late, as well as, lots of budget hostels in the area making for a convenient place to crash.Continue to Angkor Thom City and the Bayon Temple. At the end of the afternoon, visit the jungle-enveloped Ta Prohm, one of the most atmospheric of all the temples in Angkor.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 4
    Siem Reap– Phnom Penh (Approx 6 Hours Drive)

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Check-out from the hotel and you will drive to the second part, Phnom Penh in Cambodia.
    • Arrive and check-in to the hotel.
    • Evening free at leisure to explore the close by market at your own.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 5
    Phnom Penh

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Post breakfast you will be picked up for your full day excursions, Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda, National Museum of Cambodia, and Independence Monument ROYAL PALACE AND SILVER PAGODA: Phnom Penh Royal Palace is a Khmer-style Throne Hall that was built in 1866 to serve as the residence of the King of Cambodia and his family. It also hosted foreign dignitaries and served as a venue for the performance of court ceremonies and rituals. Most importantly, the palace is a symbol of the Kingdom. South of the Throne Hall are the Royal Treasury and the Villa of Napoleon III, built in Egypt in 1866 for the opening of the Suez Canal and later presented to the Cambodian king as a gift.
    • The famous Silver Pagoda, originally constructed of wood in 1866, was expanded in 1962 by King Sihanouk, who had the floor inlaid with 5,329 solid silver tiles – hence its name. Inside the palace grounds, traffic noise is thankfully blocked off by the high walls and the various royal buildings sit in tranquility amid the manicured tropical gardens.
    • Phnom Penh Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda - one of the highlights of 21 Best Things to Do in Phnom Penh and 10 Best Things to Do in CambodiaNATIONAL MUSEUM OF CAMBODIA: The National Museum of Cambodia is where you can find the cultural side of Cambodian history that dates back to the 4th century. The museum is housed within an impressive red sandstone structure and inaugurated in 1920 as the Musée Albert Sarraut during the French colonial period. It stands out as a fine illustration of traditional Khmer architecture.
    • Later in the evening you will explore the Independence Monument  INDEPENDENCE MONUMENT: It’s an iconic landmark that’s set in the heart Phnom Penh City Centre. Locally known as Vimean Ekareach, it signifies Cambodia’s liberation from the French who have colonized the nation between 1863 and 1953. Built in 1958, and inaugurated in 1962 during the regime of Sangkum Reastr, this monument also serves as a proud testament to commemorate people who sacrificed their lives for the welfare of the country. The monument is captivating for its cool, serene atmosphere, which in turn makes it a much sought-after destination. On most days, the best time to visit is at night as that’s when Independence Monument and its surroundings are illuminated by blue, red and white floodlights
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 6
    Phnom Penh

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Today you will take a tour to Phnom Tamao Zoo and Wildlife Rescue Centre (PTWRC) – the country’s largest zoo and wildlife sanctuary that is located about a 45-minute drive outside town. Opened in 2000, it is more a wildlife rescue centre than a zoo, serving as a safe refuge to rare and endangered animals rescued from the clutches of poachers, traffickers and illegal wildlife traders.The wildlife centre's residents now include over a thousand animals plus hundreds of exotic birds and reptiles. Managed by the Ministry of Agriculture’s Forestry Department with support from Wild Aid and Free the Bears Fund, the zoo occupies about 1,200 hectares land out of a 2,500-hectare forest protected area of Phnom Tamao that enjoys picturesque surroundings comprising mountains and ancient temples such as Phnom Tamao Temple and Thmor Dos Temple.
    • Later spend rest of your day @ SISOWATH QUAY as it is a striking 3-km-long boulevard located along the intersection of the Tonle Sap and Mekong rivers. This is perhaps the most bustling area in the city, with a row of boutiques, bars, cafes and restaurants.For art lovers, Sisowath Quay presents an array of options. You'll find several stores stocked with handicraft items and several painting workshops. It's also a good place to pick up silk items. One of the best places to buy this material as well as linen is Kravan House.There are ample restaurants, cafes and bars to serve almost anything you wish to take a bite of or sip, whether it’s authentic Khmer, Mexican, French Indian or Italian dishes. A highly favored place for both foreigners and locals is the Foreign Correspondents Club or the FCC. It offers Khmer and western cuisines, in addition to a variety of signature cocktails in its horseshoe-shaped bar.There's plenty to see along the riverside walk, including people releasing live birds from cages and fortune tellers looking for business.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 7
    Fly Back

    • Breakfast at the hotel
    • Check-out and transfer to Phnom Penh International Airport for your flight back to home.

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