Cambodia's tour with including five seasides allows you to see the lifestyle of the Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, the lakeside villages, the main sites of Angkor, the largest religious monument in the world, see the sunset while on a boat ride on the Mekong and learn the techniques to prepare authentic Cambodian cuisine with an afternoon cookery class. See the ancient as well as modern architectures while on tour, watch an entertaining circus show that helps local Khmer youth. Conclude the trip with relaxing at a stunning Sihanoukville natural beach.

Phnom Penh city, once known as the "Pearl of Asia", is famous for its beautiful and historical structures and attractions. Go on a cruise and enjoy lunch on the Mekong River, in this beautiful city. Likewise, move through the local market, the Colonial District, the Silver Pagoda that houses lots of national treasures including gold and jeweled Buddha statues, and the Royal Palace. Angkor Wat, an incredible temple complex near Siem Reap, holds the largest religious monument in the world. The complex considered one of the ancient seven wonders of the world contains a wide variety of buildings; Hindu style, which gradually altered on a Buddhist style, a diversity of styles such as temple-mountains and galleried temples with diverse structure materials like sandstone, bricks, and laterites. This 400 square kilometers' complex consists of over a thousand temples. The adornment's novelty in each temple displays the wealth and originality of Khmer art. Explore the architectural remains and see the remarkable power of this former capital.

Best time to visit

The ideal time to visit Cambodia is between November and March, which is the dry season of the country. During this time, you do not have to worry about rainstorms ruining your outdoor plans. However, this is the peak tourist season of the country, and there will be huge traffic of tourists at major attractions like Angkor Wat and famous beaches. Similarly, prices of flights to Cambodia also hikes, and accommodations raise their prices. For budget travelers, we recommend planning the trip to Cambodia between May and October. There will be daily rainstorms in these months; however, they last for a short period, and mostly they occur in the late afternoon. So, you will have enough time to tour the place.


Comfortable pants/shorts

Bathing suit

T-shirts (Long sleeved

Flip-flops for beach

Comfortable shoes


Do not forget to carry the required medications as you might not find your medicine in the places of the itinerary, or they might be out of stock. Even though your tour guide will have a bigger first-aid kit, be sure to carry your own. 

How to stay safe in Cambodia

Cambodia is a safe place to travel. Violent attacks are very rare in the country; however, there are many cases of petty theft. Some common scams are the motorbike scam where vendors try to charge you for damage to their bike, tuk-tuk scams; you might meet some driver who works under commission for a particular restaurant, hotel, etc. and he might take you far away from your destination or pressure you to stay/spend money in the hotel. You will be fine if you stay away from people involved with drinking, drugs, or sex tourism. However, when touring with us, these kinds of things are not a problem. But be sure to remember all these and ask for additional information to your tour guide just in case something like this happen to you, without our knowledge.

Trip highlights

What's included?

  • Transfers and tours by air-conditioned vehicle (Except Jeep, no air conditioned vehicle on day 2)
  • An experienced, English speaking guide during guided time throughout till Day 9
  • All entry and sightseeing fee according to the itinerary
  • Twin-sharing accomodation
  • Water during day tour
  • Sunset cruise
  • Cycle tour
  • Cooking Class
  • Circus show
  • Three meals per day
  • All Service charges and government VAT tax

What's excluded?

  • Any kind of airfare or airport taxes
  • Cambodia Entry Visa fee
  • Travel insurance

Itinerary Show all

Day One:

Siem Reap

Arrive at the Siem Reap, where your guide will welcome and transfer you to the hotel where you can spend the evening relaxing.

Day Two:

Angkor Complex full-day tour

Today, you will visit the Angkor Complex, accompanied by your guide for a full-day tour. Firstly, we will visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom, where you will see rows of statues, considered to be the gods of both good and evil. Revel in the beauty of these magnificent structures before moving towards Bayon. Bayon is quite famous for its looming towers decorated by peaceful, smiling faces. Below the face, you will notice intricately carved bas-reliefs. These impressive figures tell tales of the great battles fought between the Khmers and ancient Thais.
Then, we move on to Phimeanakas, a stunning old pyramid structure that contains a couple of ponds formerly used for religious rituals; however, now it is a swimming pool for local Khmer kids. Head to the peak of this majestic ancient structure to get panoramic views of the historical marvel. Next, head to the Terrace of the Elephants, where you will see several rows of carved elephants with long trunks that fills the platform. Here, King Jayavarman surveyed his army. From here, travel to the Terrace of Leper Kings, where you will see a smiling figure of the Hindu god of death, Yama. Afterward, we drive towards the gorgeous Ta Prohm. The giant tree roots support this ancient temple; it is only because of this tree that the temple survived. The tree also gives the temple a mystical heavenly vibe.
After enjoying the visit of the gorgeous architecture, we head back to Siem Reap, where we will enjoy a mouthwatering lunch in the shade. Then in the afternoon, we travel to Angkor-Wat, the world's largest religious monument. This 400 square kilometers' complex consists of over a thousand temples. This complex was the center of the Khmer Kingdom from the 9th to 15th century. This massive temple is three-storied in a pyramid shape with the height of 65meters, and crowned by five lotus towers. This impressive monument is the country's pride and printed on the country's flag. You can see the gorgeous sunset over one of the finest artififcial monuments from the peak of the temple. Then, we return to Siem Reap and relax after the day-well spent.

Day Three:

Siem Reap/ Local Community Life

Today, we will explore the lifestyle of the locals. We hop on a boat and cruise to explore Kompong Phluk, a stunningly picturesque, remote Khmer community with around 3,000 inhabitants whose major occupation is farming and fishing. Keep your eyes out for the variety of wildlife, including birds and macaques, that lives on the mangrove trees. Likewise, head to a gorgeous village named Chansar and learn how the locals spend their daily life, how they make broom using natural materials; if you want, you can try it too. Then, tour around the village on foot, accompanied by your guide. Interested can try fishing and farming like the locals. In the afternoon, have a delicious local dish and interact with the locals before returning to Siem Reap. On the way back, we will also visit a Buddhist temple to get a blessing from a monk.

Day Four:

Siem Reap/Cooking Class/Circus Show

Participate in a cooking class at one of the best cooking schools of Siem Reap. Take a trip to a nearby market where you can buy a variety of fragrant herbs, spices, and exotic vegetables. The chef will give you the list of ingredients to buy. After you have bought all the ingredients, your chef will explain the basics of Khmer cuisine. Then, start cooking as your chef tells you to. Mostly, you will be making dishes like traditional Khmer amok or spring rolls. This evening, visit Phare, the circus where you will see vibrant performances like high flying, tight-rope walking, juggling, contortion, music, and theatre circus arts. A Ngo runs this circus to support the future of Khmer youths and helps you to discover the culture while giving entertainment.

Day Five:

Siem Reap/ Battambang/Banan Temple/Sampeau Temple

Today, we move towards the fascinating city of Battambang. Here, see the stunning sights from the 400-meter high Wat Phnom Banan, an 11th-century temple built by King Jayavarman VII. Then, head to the killing caves of Phnom Sampeau. Khmer Rouge used this beautiful rock foundation as their stronghold, which now reminds us of the genocide that took place under the regime. Here, you will learn the fascinating history of the place and also see a spectacular Bat Cave where a steady stream of bats pours out of a crevice in the cliff face at the same time each evening.

Day Six:

Battambang/Wat Kor Cultural Village/ Local Street Food

Go for a tour of the village of Battambang on foot. Here, you will visit the beautiful ancient French Colonial buildings along the water's edge. Then, walking on the shore of a river, you will reach the village of Wat Kor. Here, you will get a look at the lifestyle of the locals, learn about the tradition of the village, and experience the culture of the region. In the evening, enjoy a traditional Khmer dishes on a local street food tour. Your tour guide will recommend the best Khmer cuisine according to your taste and preferences.

Day Seven:

Battambang/Phnom Penh/Sunset Cruise

Enjoy the morning exploring the village before we go for a fascinating sunset cruise. Watch as local life unfolds before your eyes and children playing as fisherman catches fish and women involving in household chores. The Royal Palace forms the perfect silhouettes as the sun sets spectacularly behind. The boat returns to the pier around the dusk.

Day Eight :

Phnom Penh/Cyclo tour/ Full day architecture tour

Today, go for a private cyclo tour along the city's riverfront to the magnificent Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, and National Museum. Learn about the story of Cambodia's capital from French times to the Khmer Rouge's era. Then, return to the hotel for lunch. Then, explore Phnom Penh's architectural beauties designed by some of the most famous architects in Cambodia. Explore the modern architectural wonders along with the best features of the 1960s' New Khmer Architecture' movement. Afterward, visit some of the most beautiful architecture of the country, including the Royal University of Phnom Penh (Institute of Foreign Languages), Vann Molyvann's 100 Houses Social Housing project, and the National Sports Complex (Olympic Stadium). 

Day Nine:

Phnom Penh/Sihanoukville

After enjoying the modern side of Cambodia, we move on towards the country's finest natural beauty on a three days’ tour in the beachside location of Sihanoukville. Along the way, visit dozens of spirit houses lining the road, most of them dedicated to Ya-Mao, the deity believed to oversee the coastal regions of Cambodia. Throughout the route, you will witness locals displaying bananas and incense on their dashboards as an offering to the deity. After arriving at Sihanoukville, check into the hotel and you can just relax or go for a walk along the beach. You will be spending the next few days swimming, snorkeling, taking boat rides, or simply relaxing on the beach at this incredibly beautiful coastline.

Day Ten:


Spend time at leisure swimming, snorkeling, taking boat rides, or simply relaxing on the beach at this incredibly beautiful coastline.

Day Eleven:


Spend time at leisure swimming, snorkeling, taking boat rides, or simply relaxing on the beach at this incredibly beautiful coastline.

Day Twelve:

Sihanoukville – Phnom Penh Airport

Your trip ends today, after bidding farewell our airport representative will transfer you to the airport from where you can board on to your next destination.


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