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SEA-04 Cambodia Overland

  • Price from: 3396USD per person
  • Trip day:9 days 8 nights days


  Highlights: Phnom Penh, scenic Cambodian countryside, Ruined Cities of Angkor, sunrise at Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Sangker River trip, Prek Toal floating village, ‘bamboo train’, Kompong Chnang, Cambodian island extension, local food, local people

  An exciting round trip, combining Cambodia’s Angkor temples and best known sites, with some of the more off the beaten track ones, in a road and river adventure through this fascinating and little known country. From the charming riverside capital Phnom Penh, overland through picturesque countryside to the mysterious and dramatic, jungle-clad temples of Angkor, then across the scenic Tonle Sap Lake and down river to Battambang before returning to Phnom Penh via the ‘floating town’ of Kompong Chnang.



  Included in the price:

  * 8 nights accommodation in privately owned hotels

  * Daily meals out of hotel (as detailed in the tour description)

  * Admission charges where applicable as shown in the tour description

  * English-speaking local guide

  * A/C tourism transportation in the program

  * Service charges for baggage handling between airports/train stations and hotels

  * Service charge and Government tax



  Not included in the price:

  * International flights and tax

  * Personal consumption

  * Visa fee

  * Tips for drivers, guides and hotel porters


  Easy – maximum hiking 3-4 hrs per day during the Angkor visit

Payment should be finished four weeks before the arrival of the group.

Cancellation: You may cancel your confirmed booking, but this must be in written letter (email or fax). But if cancellation occurs after your confirmation to book the tour, or if you fail to pay the full cost of the tour within the specified time, you will be liable to pay cancellation charges.

Cancellation charges are as follows:

  • No less than 30 days before arrival: $150 per person
  • 30 to 15 days before arrival: $300 per person
  • 14 to 7 days before arrival: 60% of the full payment per person
  • 6 to 0 days before arrival: 100% of the full payment per person

 Traveler substitutions are considered reservation cancellations and are subject to the above cancellation fees. After the trip has commenced, we are unable to refund any amount for unused services due to your early departure, late arrival, or missed days on tours.

Refunding: If you have paid for the tour but then have to cancel it more than 15 days before the start of your tour, we will refund all the payment except the deposit ($300 per person). If cancellation has to be made within 15 days, we will charge some cancellation penalty as well as the deposit, according to how much we have to pay to our suppliers. We will try our best to decrease your loss because we know it's not your purpose to cancel it.

Day 1: Arrival Phnom Penh
Arrival in Phnom Penh and check-in to a small, comfortable, downtown hotel close to the historic riverbank quarter. Time to relax before stretching your legs with an introductory walking tour, taking in the historic French Quarter, Wat Phnom and the lively waterfront area as well as giving you a feel for the bustling street-life before finishing perhaps, with sundowners at the famous Foreign Correspondents Club?
Overnight in Phnom Penh
Day 2: Phnom Penh B/L
Day tour of some of the sites of Cambodia’s fascinating capital city: the infamous Killing Fields site and the highly moving Khmer Rouge Genocide Museum at Tuol Sleng help to explain the country’s recent tragic history, the picturesque Royal palace and Silver pagoda will provide plenty of photo opp’s whilst the Russian Market offers some ‘retail therapy’ and a chance for a local style lunch.
Day 3: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap B/L
Up country through Cambodia’s scenic countryside to the small provincial town of Siem Reap in Western Cambodia – our base for the next few days and jumping off point for the nearby Angkor Temple complex. Stops on the way at the famous ‘spider village’ of Skuon, (tasting not compulsory), the rarely visited but well preserved 10th century temple of Kuhananokor and lunch by the Tonle Sap Lake. A dusk visit to the atmospheric ruins of Banteay Kdei completes our day.
Overnight in Siem Reap
Day 4: Siem Reap B/L
Angkor – an unforgettable two-day tour of this fabulous site – its vast jungle clad temples and mysterious stone carvings. Our programme begins with dawn at Angkor Wat followed by a comprehensive morning tour of the temple. Then late morning return to Siem Reap to escape the midday heat and for some lunch, siesta or relaxation time before an afternoon walking tour of Angkor Tom: Leper King Terrace, Preah Palilay, Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, Elephant Terrace, Baphuon and last but not least, (we’ll wait until the crowds have gone!), the dramatic Bayon Temple with its famous ‘faces’.
Overnight in Siem Reap
Day 5: Siem Reap B/L
We’ll begin with a forest hike up Bahkeng Hill to visit the spectacular Phnom Bahkeng Temple and check out the views before moving on to the huge jungle-clad ruin of Preah Khan. Dense jungle, enormous roots and trees and screeching parakeets make this atmospheric temple one of everyone’s favourites. After a midday break in Siem Reap Town- the afternoon programme continues with a short jungle walk to Ta Keo via the remote and rarely visited Ta Nei Temple. A visit to the famous Ta Prom ruins – the famous ‘Tomb Raider’ Temple continues our jungle theme and concludes our day’s visit.
Overnight in Siem Reap
Day 6: Siem Reap B/L
Free morning in Siem Reap: explore the market, relax by the pool or visit the unusual landmines museum before an afternoon trip to some of the remoter temple Angkor sites such as Banteay Samre or sunset at the little visited Bakong Temple.
Overnight in Siem Reap
Day 7: Siem Reap - Battambang B/L
Spectacular boat journey across the Tonle Sap Lake, past the ‘flooded forest’ and Prek Toal bird sanctuary and on down the Sangker River and its floating and stilt-house fishing villages to the town of Battambang. Stop off on the way to visit the Prek Toal community water hyacinth weaving project. Time of arrival will depend upon water levels.
Overnight in Battambang
Day 8: Battambang - Kompong Chnang - Phnom Penh B/L
Morning ride through the paddy-fields on Battambang’s famous ‘bamboo train’, (we’ll explain later!), before a departure for the fascinating river port town of Kompong Chnang. Tour of the bustling town and markets on foot and by boat – since half the town is actually floating on the Tonle Sap River! In the afternoon we’ll continue, via the hilltop pagodas of former capital Udong – south to Phnom Penh.
Overnight in Phnom Penh
Day 9: Departure Phnom Penh B
See off. End of tour.