Discovery Cambodia Tour 14 days
Discovery Cambodia Tour 14 days
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Duration :
14 days 13 nights
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Depart from:
Siem Reap / Phnom Penh
Tour route:
Phnom Penh – Mondulkiri – Kratie – Kohtrong – kompong Thom – Siem Reap – Battambang – Phnom Penh
Tour code: IND-CT-04
Duration: 14 days 13 nights
Tour route: Phnom Penh – Mondulkiri – Kratie – Kohtrong – kompong Thom – Siem Reap – Battambang – Phnom Penh

Brief itinerary:
Day 1 Phnom Penh Arrival (dinner)
Day 2 Phnom Penh Sightseeing (breakfast + lunch)
Day 3 Phnom Penh - Mondulkiri (breakfast + lunch)
Day 4 Elephant Riding (breakfast + lunch)
Day 5 Mondulkiri – Kratie (breakfast + lunch)
Day 6 Koh Trong – Kompong Thom (breakfast + lunch)
Day 7 Kompong Thom – Siem Reap (breakfast + lunch)
Day 8 Sunrise & Taprohm & Banteay Srei (breakfast + lunch)
Day 9 Bike tour to Angkor Thom & Angkor Wat (breakfast + lunch)
Day 10 Siem Reap – Boating to Battambang (breakfast + lunch)
Day 11 Battambang Sightseeing (breakfast + lunch)
Day 12 Battam Bang – Phnom Penh (breakfast + lunch)
Day 13 Phnom Penh Free time breakfast)
Day 14 Phnom Penh Departure (breakfast)
Tour price included
  • Private tour for your group
  • Hotel accommodation based on twin/double sharing room with daily breakfast. Single room is available upon on request with extra cost.
  • Meal: Breakfast only as mention in program (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch and D: Dinner)
  • Airport transfers & Transport by air con. vehicles as per program
  • Sightseeing and entrance fees as specified
  • Local English speaking guide as per program
  • Elephant trekking, Bike, 1 foot massage
  • All boat trips as mentioned in program
  • Boat ticket: Siem Reap – Battambang
  • Cold water and towel during tours
Tour price not include
·        Travel insurance
·        Visa fee to Cambodia
·        International air ticket in-out Cambodia
·        Other meals, drink, personal expenses, tip
·        Other services not mentioned in “INCLUDES”

Day 1 Phnom Penh Arrival (dinner)
Fly into Phnom Penh, the city that retains its traditional Khmer and colonial charm. French villas along tree-lined boulevards remind the visitor that the city was once considered the ‘pearl’ of Southeast Asia. We will enjoy a cruise for view sunset on the Mekong and Tonle Sap River (1 hour). Situated at the “Four Arms” where the Mekong meets the Tonle Sap River before splitting into two branches, Phnom Penh offers the ideal location to discover the mighty Mekong. Board a nicely restored wooden boat for a day cruise, enjoy the unspoiled landscapes along each bank and visit the traditional villages with their old pagodas on the islands. Welcome diner at the Romdeng Restaurant, a non-profit restaurant staffed by street kids in training. All proceeds go to the organization Mith Samlanh. And the food is delicious! Overnight stay in Phnom Penh.
Day 2 Phnom Penh Sightseeing (breakfast + lunch)
After breakfast at the hotel. You will visit to the Royal Palace compound build in 1866 by the Predecessors of King Norodom, is the most conspicuous feature and also one of impressive colorful Khmer-style Palaces. Nearside the Royal Palace is Silver Pagoda (The Emerald Buddha temple), display plenty of Buddha Statues that were decorated and made by diamond, emerald, gold and silver. Travelers will proceed to visit Independence Monument which was constructed in 1954 after Cambodian took their country back from French colony, continuing visit to National Museum, the distinctive red building with a beautiful Khmer architecture was build since 1917 and contains more than 5000 art objects made of sandstone, bronze, silver, copper, wood and others.
In the afternoon, we visit Pour un Sourire d’Enfant (PSE) is a French non-profit organization which has been established at the end of 1995. And then we visit Tuol Sleng prison (Genocide Museum) was the most secret organ of the Khmer Rouge regime. We enjoy our cyclo ride along the riverside. This laidback tour gives us a different perspective of the streets and sights of the city. Overnight stay in Phnom Penh.
Day 3 Phnom Penh - Mondulkiri (breakfast + lunch)
Morning we drive to Mondulkiri province. It names– means “Meeting of the Hills” a suitable name for such a hilly province. En route, there is the chance to pause at Skuon, where it is possible to sample the local delicacy of deep fried tarantula and then take a local lunch in Kompong Cham. We then continue east towards the small junction town of Snuol, our gateway to the wilds of Mondulkiri. The first half of the journey from Snuol is flat, passing through patches of lush forest and areas of cultivation and plantations. There is lush jungle hugging the road and locals claim to see tigers on this stretch at night. Nearing Sen Monorom, the provincial capital, the scenery changes again, jungle giving way to clusters of pine trees and rolling grasslands. The scenery is unique for Cambodia and dotted with traditional Pnong villages, the main minority group in Mondulkiri. Check in hotel and overnight stay in Mondulkiri.
Day 4 Elephant Riding (breakfast + lunch)
After breakfast, we start the journey of trekking and riding on the back of the elephant this wild region to admire its many waterfalls. We cross the jungle covered hills to meet the Phnong a minority ethnic population. The walking is about 1 hour to see the Phnong village deeper so that we can appreciate their traditions. We watch the way they grow their rice on the dry ground and how they are weaving. If you wish you can swim and enjoy cleaning your elephant. Overnight stay in Mondulkiri.
Day 5 Mondulkiri – Kratie (breakfast + lunch)
We head out to Kratie, arrive in Kratie we do direct to Kampi and we start the day with a trip on a traditional fishermen boat which takes you on a one hour cruise of the dolphin pool of Kampi. This is the largest dolphin pool on the Mekong River and the natural habitat of the critically endangered Mekong Dolphin (Irrawaddy Dolphin).
We take a ferry to Koh Trong Island, which is a small island in the middle of the Mekong just opposite Kratie town. Overnight stay in Koh Trong.
Day 6 Koh Trong – Kompong Thom (breakfast + lunch)
Begin your journey north by cycling around the island from the local community for our easy and peaceful 9km ride. You will pass many traditional Khmer houses built on stilts. Keep an eye open for traditional rooftop decorations. The numbers on the top of the roof indicate the year the house was built. The narrow roads are perfectly designed for cycling with plenty of shade while simultaneously allowing you to pass close to people’s homes without intruding too much on their privacy. This allows you a more in-depth look into the lives of the local people of Koh Trong. Although some villagers are shy, plenty of children and even adults will offer friendly smiles and “hellos” welcoming tourists to their island home.
Farewell Koh Trong for Kompong Thom via Kompong Cham by road. We stop at the old Wat Rokakandal temple, originally built in the late 18th / early 19th century. Hand-woven wicker crafts are sold in the restored Vihear. Look for the traditional decorations on the wooden pillars inside, the old timber monks’ residence opposite, and a beautiful old stone carving on the river side of the Wat. En-route stop at Chhlong village to admire one of the oldest wooden houses of Cambodia. Arrive in Kompong Cham we visit Wat Nokor also called Nokor Bachey Pagoda is an 11th century Mahayana Buddhist shrine made of sandstone and laterite with a large reclining Buddha and numerous alcoves containing Buddha images. Overnight stay in Kompong Thom.
Day 7 Kompong Thom – Siem Reap (breakfast + lunch)
Breakfast at the hotel. Then we continue our trip to Siem Reap. On route you will witness the everyday lives of Cambodians as you pass through interesting provincial towns, bucolic villages, and delightful scenery. We stop at the archeological sight of Sambor Prei Kuk, which is dotted with hundred Pre-Angkor styled temples. On route you may wish to stop off in Kompong Kdei, to look at Spean Pratos – an ancient Angkorian bridge.
Before arrive in Siem Reap we discover Kampong Khleang, the largest floating village near Siem Reap but only few tourist go there. Depending on the season, the experience will never be the same. During dry season, from January till July you can walk between the stilts on which the houses are built, rising up to 10 meters in the air. In wet season, when the lake is at peak level, the water rises within one or two meters of the building floors. A local family will take you by boat on a tour and discover the splendor of these houses before continuing to Siem Reap. Overnight stay in Siem Reap.
Day 8 Sunrise & Taprohm & Banteay Srei (breakfast + lunch)
Breakfast at the hotel. Today you rise early to beat the crowds at the photogenic of Ta Prohm “Tomb Raider” fame. Ta Prohm has been abandoned to the elements, a reminder that while empires rise and fall, the riotous power of nature marches on, oblivious to the dramas of human history. Left as it was ‘discovered’ by French explorer Henri Mouhout in 1860, the tentacle-like tree roots here are slowly strangling the surviving stones, man first conquering nature to create, nature later conquering man to destroy. We visit Ta Prohm early to avoid the masses of crowds and provide a unique visit in this incredible temple.
We head further out through rural countryside to the small but beautiful temple of Banteay Srei. This temple is largely built of pink sandstone; a harder rock that can be more elaborately carved and better survives the rigors of time. This is an opportunity to capture some good photographs of the clear and detailed carvings. Banteay Samre: Its rose-colored sandstone walls are decorated with carvings and bas-reliefs, which are among the most accomplished Angkor has to offer.
For the later afternoon we head back into main Angkor Park and journey to Tasom. Tasom offers some beautiful photo spots, especially the rear entrance where tree roots adorn the gateway. We finish by experiencing sunset over the rice fields from the royal crematorium of Pre Rup, a classic view of the Cambodian countryside. Overnight stay in Siem Reap.
Day 9 Bike tour to Angkor Thom & Angkor Wat (breakfast + lunch)
We start on our bike and cycle to world heritage areas on the roads less travelled. Ride among the jungle passing local village and local shop. It’s a very special and acting day as you will explore some of Angkor’s most beautiful temples. You will visit the West Gate of Angkor Thom – undiscovered by mass tourist.
The ancient capital of Angkor Thom (12th century)
See the South Gate, Bayon Temple – unique for its 54 towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces of Avolokitesvara
Baphuon temple lying just to the north of Bayon a pyramidal representation of mythical Mont Meru
We step to see our old palace as Phimeankas temple in huge complex that was used for our king in the past time.
Then Elephant terrace is platform for king and officer viewed show and people meeting.
Preah Palilay was is older than Angkor Thom was nearby, deeply in forest and on path back You see monk sprinkle water to people.
We will visit KILT “KILT is the only project in Siem Reap that seeks to afford disabled Khmers who are in most instances landmine victims opportunities to become independent by their own efforts by making jewellery, growing organic vegetables, hand milling rice, playing music, and other activities”
We continue to the famous temple: Angkor Wat which is a 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.
Enjoy foot massage 1 hour & walking at busy pub street where you can find many bars for cool drink or shopping at Angkor Night Market.
Day 10 Siem Reap – Boating to Battambang (breakfast + lunch)
After breakfast this morning we head to the local wharf to board public speedboat to the less visited Battambang Province. We cruise down the entering Tonle Sap, the largest fresh water lake in South East Asia, before entering Stung Sangkèr River.
This cruise gives us a view of the wonderful landscape and insight into the daily life found along the river.  We will have a packed lunch on board as the cruise takes about 6-7 hours. After cruising through floating villages we disembark from our boat and drive the last portion into Battambang where we check into our hotel.
Battambang is Cambodia’s second largest city, situated on the banks of the Stung Sangker River and possesses some of the grandest and best preserved colonial architecture. This is also a wonderful place to see Cambodia’s rural way of life in the surrounding traditional farmed countryside. Note: Boat is able to operate from September to February only due to level of water.
Day 11 Battambang Sightseeing (breakfast + lunch)
Breakfast at the hotel. This morning we explore Battambang’s countryside, a real taste of the natural beauty and traditional lifestyle common in rural Cambodia. Drive through the countryside to visit cottage industries like rice paper production, weaving centers and even a fish paste factory. We drive to the Bamboo Railway Station. The Bamboo Train has been set up by the villagers to facilitate the transportation of goods and people. The train in itself is very basic – one platform on 4 wheels activated by a small motor. Sitting on the platform we travel the 8km to the next station through beautiful landscape and rice paddies. This afternoon, we visit a local family graph farm, Cambodia’s first vineyard – Prasat Phnom Banan Vineyard – you can pop in if you like, learn about producing wine in the tropics and of course enjoy a spot of wine tasting! A few kilometers further souths you arrive at the well preserved 11th century mountaintop Angkorian temple of Phnom Banan. After climbing the 350+ steps you are treated to a wonderfully peaceful setting with superb views across the surrounding countryside, with small villages dotting the endless rice paddies, punctuated with the characteristic sugar palm trees – a wonderful sunset location… On the way back we will stop at the NGO Phare Ponleu Selpak where we will enjoy a circus performance by children from poor and disabled families. Overnight stay in Battambang.
Day 12 Battam Bang – Phnom Penh (breakfast + lunch)
After breakfast, you departure in a south-east direction, first stop at Kompong Chhnang, taking the time to stop at a pottery village before continuing further north to Pursat Province, famous for its marble stone carvings, continue to Kompong Loung to visit the village of goldsmiths along the Tonle Sap, manufacturing souvenir center stopping, and stop at Phnom Udong, the ancient Cambodian capital during the latter stages of the Khmer Empire and crowning site of many past kings. Consisting of a series of stupas atop a large hill, there are outstanding views across the surrounding plains below. Phnom Oudong was bombed and desecrated by the Americans and then the Khmer Rouge, but still possesses a beauty that no war has been able to steal from it. Check in hotel and overnight stay in Phnom Penh.
Day 13 Phnom Penh Free time (breakfast)
You are free time to discover the city. Overnight stay in Phnom Penh.
Day 14 Phnom Penh Departure (breakfast)
Breakfast at the hotel. You are transferred to the airport and take the departure flight. End of tour service.

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