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- Siem Reap 3day/3Night tours


* 1 day tour  the best chooce when ever you start and when ever you finish


After arriving in Siem Reap, you are welcomed by one of our Driver  who will take you to your hotel. Visiting the temples will start shortly thereafter. This morning, you will start to visit Roluos Group Temples: Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei. The temples are built from the early of Angkor Period (802-1431). Preah Ko temple was built by king Indravarman I in 879. Bakong was built in 881. And Lolei was built by king Yasovarman I in 893.

Lunch at local Restaurant

Afternoon, you will visit the magnificent temple of Angkor Wat which is the largest temple in Angkor site, Angkor Wat was built by King Suryavarman II (1113 - 1150) to dedicate to God 'Vishnu'.

Dinner at local restaurant


2 Day tours: This morning, you will visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Baphuon, Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, and Elephant Terrace and Leper King Terrace.

Lunch at local restaurant

In the afternoon, you will start with a visit to Preah Khan temple, which was known as an old temporary city of king Jayavarman VII (1181-1218). You will continue to Neak Pean Temple, which was one of the 102 ancient hospitals of King Jayavarman VII who built this hospital temple for taking care people’s health. Mebon and Pre Rup temple will be visited later on. These two temples were built by the same king ‘Rajendra Varman II (944-967) to dedicate his ancestors.

Dinner at local restaurant


3Day tours: Departure to the north of Siem Reap to visit the citadel of woman - Banteay Srei - jewel indisputable of the Khmer art: entirely have been constructed by hard pink sandstone, wonderfully sculpted, perfectly preserved and restored. Then on the way back going on to Ta Prohm.

Lunch at local restaurant

Your afternoon you will be out for a visit by boat, you will discovery the great lake "Tonle Sap": real Interior Ocean where there are a lot of fish which exported by the multiple villages of fishermen who you have got the occasion to approach. You will visit as well a fish & Crocodile Farms. Then transfer to airport for your next destination.


Kam Pong Thom Tours ?

Sambor Prei Kuk is a collection of 7th century temple ruins located in Kampong Thom province about 170km from Siem Reap town. Consisting of dozens of impressive brick prasats in semi-cleared jungle, many ruins displaying excellent examples of early Khmer art, this pre-Angkorian complex is a important destination for the serious temple visitor. Sambor Prei Kuk are the ruins of the city of Isanapura, the capital of the pre-Angkorian Khmer kingdom known from Chinese chronicles as Zhendla (Chenla.) The city was constructed by Isanavarman I (r. 616 - 635AD) when Zhendla was at its apex more than 150 years before the rise of Angkor. There are three main complexes: Preah Sambor/North Group; Preah Tor (‘Lion Temple’)/Central Group; Preah Yeay Poun/South Group as well as a number of minor ruins. The main temple complexes are walled, containing a number of prasats in differing states of ruin.

Some of the carvings on the prasats’ lintels, columns and pilasters are in very good shape and display wonderfully detailed examples of pre-Angkorian artistry. Large bas-reliefs rendered in brick on the prasats and compound walls represent some of the earliest use of this art form in Khmer art. Octagon shaped prasats are another comparatively unique architectural feature found at Sambor Prei Kuk. Ruin N7 in the North Group and several of the structures in the South Group are octagonal and in relatively good condition. Tour: A quick walking tour of the main temples takes a bit more than an hour. Enter at the north side of the North Group. The prasats of the North Group are square and rectangular (except N7) and are in varying states of ruin. Proceed through the North Group to Central Group and visit C1, the ‘Lion Temple,’ a large prasat so-named for the lions statues guarding the east door.

Loop through the South Group which has several interesting structures in good condition, extensive bas-reliefs and carvings. Walk back through the North Group to N17 (unimpressive but the oldest structure at Sambor Prei Kuk) and then to N18, a picturesque prasat almost completely engulfed in a huge tree. As most of the temples face east, the morning hours present the best photographic light. Directions: Sambor Prei Kuk can be visited in a day trip from Siem Reap or Phnom Penh or, if your transportation allows, in a stop over on the road trip (National Route #6) between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. The ruins are about 35km/50 minutes outside of Kampong Thom town (hotel and restaurants available in town.) There is a good dirt road to the ruins from Kampong Thom and one small refreshment stand at the complex..    


- Phnom Penh  2Day/1Night tour

- Phnom Penh Tours  ?

National Museum

Located just north of the Royal Palace, the National Museum was recently rested to its former glory as one of the finest examples of Khmer architecture. On display there are more than 5,000 artifacts and objects of 'art from the 6th to the 13th centuries. They include sandstone sculptures, royal barges, palanquins and silk, intricately woven with silver and gold threads. There are also rare religious objects in gold, silver and bronze.

Independence Monument 

 The Independence Monument commemorates the 1953 end of French rule over Cambodia. Designed by a Cambodian architect, the Naga (a mythical bird symbolizing strength and benevolence) motif of the monument is a symbol f the country's htmlirations. The Naga also adorns most important buildings in the country, including the Olympic Stadium and the Chatomuk Hall, which marks the convergence of four main river: the upper and lower Mekong, the Tonle Sap and the Bassac.

Wat Phnom


Legend has it that after a major flood a wealthy Khmer widower named Daun Penh found a large tree on the bank of the Tonle Sap with four ancient statues of Buddha hidden inside. In 1434 she decided to erect a large hill and build a temple to house sacred relics. Today, Wat Phnom remains the highest artificial hill in Phnom Penh and the center of many forms of religious activities.

Tuol Sleng Museum

Admission: US$2 Open: 8am-1.30am and 2pm-5.30pm daily

Video cameras an extra $US5

Not for the squeamish, Tuol Sleng Museum holds years of depressing history, from what once was Tuol Prey School (taken over by Pol Pot’s security forces), to a prison then known as Security Prison S-21 which became one the largest detention and torture prisons in the country; to the Museum it is today; a testament to the crimes of the Khmer Rouge.

Killing Fields of Choeung Ek

Admission: US$2 Open: 7am – 5.30pm daily

The Killing Fields of Choeung Ek is situated 15klm from central Phnom Penh. Here is the devastating reminder of the torturous and barbaric reign of the Khmer Rouge. Thousands upon thousands of men, women, infants and children were transported here from Security Prison S-21 after being detained and tortured. A Memorial Stupa, built in 1988, displays the remains of human skulls arranged in age and sex behind glass panels. A memorial day, 9th May of each year is held at Choeung Ek.


- Keb /Kam Pot  2Day/1Nght


- Kampot  tours  ?


Kampot City sits along the east side of the Kampong Bay River near the base of the Elephant Mountains and is of quite a different character than the beach town of Sihanouk ville. Kampot City is an old provincial capital of quiet lanes and colonial period architecture, a bit worn but radiating a quaint, welcoming, small town ambiance.

A partially

destroyed bridge, bombed in the war, sits city center over the river, it’s unique haphazard repair almost an iconic symbol of the town. Kampot is a place to get a taste of provincial Cambodia, both urban and rural. Use the city as a base to explore and tour the surrounding countryside and as a stepping stone to the nearby beaches and islands of Kep, the Bokor Hill Station and the rest of southeastern Cambodia. Come the end of the day back in Kampot City, a little riverside cafe or pub is the place to be - relaxing curbside over a glass of wine, watching the sun slowly set behind the Elephant Mountains.

Things to Do and See

Kampot and Kep are so close to each other that they share many of the same sights and attractions. Kep Beach, Rabbit Island, Bokor Hill Station, and countryside tours are perhaps the most popular day tours out of Kampot and Kep with tour operators offering very competitively priced tours. The Kampot/Kep area also offers several other attractions including pre-Angkorian ruins and caves, jungle trekking, bicycling tours, river cruises, island trips, fishing trips, isolated beaches, pepper plantations, bamboo train rides and some beautiful rural countryside.

Kep, Cambodia

From the turn of the century through the 1960s Kep was Cambodia's premier beach town, drawing holiday-makers to its breezy shores and nearby Bokor Hill Station. Back in the day, luxurious villas of the privileged class dotted the seaside, but now remain as ruined vestiges of an earlier era, slowly being cleared away for new developments. These days Kep is known more for oceanfront crab shacks and relaxed tropical atmosphere. A few short, picturesque slivers of sand dot the shore including Kep Beach where many of the guesthouses and restaurants are clustered. Though probably on the cusp of significant tourism development, Kep still has a rustic feel to it - jungled mountains, quiet beaches, crab shacks and a gradually growing number of hotels and restaurants. Kep is a place to relax and dine by the seaside and use as a base to visit Rabbit Island (Koh Tunsay,) to explore the national park, to see the nearby caves and rural countryside.

- Sihanouk Ville 2Night/1Day tour 


- Sihanouk ville: Tours  ?


Sihanouk ville is Cambodia's premier beach town, sporting miles of white sand beaches, picturesque islands and warm tropical waters. Sihanouk ville also serves as a travel hub for the coastal towns of southern Cambodia - Kampot, Kep, Koh Kong and beyond. This website is the online version of the print publication - The Sihanouk ville Visitors Guide - is Cambodia's first, most comprehensive and widely.....circulated guide to the beaches, restaurants, bars, hotels, entertainment, transportation and most of what you'll need for your visit to Sihanouk ville, Kampot, Kep, and Koh Kong.

Sihanouk ville was founded as a port town half a century ago, but these days is as much a beach town and tourist destination, catering to weekenders from Phnom Penh and a steadily increasing number of foreign visitors. The town sits on a beach lined peninsula jutting into the Gulf of Thailand and the pace of life in this provincial town is very relaxed and unhurried. The beaches offer umbrellas, thatched roofed eateries and bars and an ever growing number of restaurants, pubs, bungalows and a range of hotels, all making for a laid-back, beachy atmosphere and a great little tropical getaway. Sihanouk ville is a place to unwind by the beach, enjoy the fresh from-the-ocean seafood, party at the bars and happenings, take in an island or scuba trip and generally slow down, lay back and chill-out.

Sihanouk ville town sits in the center of a small peninsula that juts into the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand. Several beaches of fine pearl-white sand line the shore around the peninsula, all easily accessible from the town, each separated from the other as much by character as the rocky headlands between. The main beaches are lined with thatch roofed seafood shacks and bars offering cold drinks, umbrellas and chairs, BBQ, evening parties and water sports. Ochheuteal and Serendipity Beaches are the most popular and the busiest with plenty of nearby hotels, guesthouses, bars and restaurants. On the other side of town, Independence and Victory beaches are also popular, both offering smaller crowds and a somewhat more tranquil atmosphere. Otres Beach is similar to Ochheuteal but less touristed and more relaxed.


- Koh Kong 1Day/2Night


- Koh Kong Tours ?


Koh Kong is a quaint border province that has long had a reputation as a 'Wild West' frontier location. Situated at the southwestern tip of the country near the mouth of the Kah Bpow River, the city is only 10 kilometers from the Thai border. Koh Kong has a long coastline and a large forested interior that embraces part of the Cardamom Mountains and a section of Kirirom National Park. Its tourist attractions include a theme park, beaches, waterfalls and a rich mangrove forest.

There are many offshore islands nearby Koh Kong, the most interesting of which is Koh Kong Khoa, a practically uninhabited jungle paradise with seven magnificent white sandy beaches. This island is only about a forty five minute water taxi ride from shore. The Bousra Waterfall is conveniently sited in Pech Chenda District, 43 kilometers from Sen Monorom. It can be accessed by red soil road. The waterfall is one of the most interesting places for keen tourists. It is divided into three stages:


Koh Kong has enjoyed quite a few tourism development projects that have turned the province into a great tour destination. The province is linked to Phnom Penh and Preah Sihanouk Province via Sre Ambel by National Route 4. This newly built road provides visitors yet another option to access the province by road. A drive on this road is highly recommend to those who love nature; the road winds through some of Cambodia's least developed and unspoiled regions - the Cardamom Mountains. Amidst thick forest, streams and charming waterfalls, the adventure rewards with scenic sites for stopovers and great photograph.

Mangroves are spread along the coast from Kep to Koh Kong, and they cover an area of over 50,000 hectares in Koh Kong. Mangroves are specialized tropical trees that live on the edge where rainforests meet oceans. These rainforests by the sea are rich breeding grounds for shrimps, prawns, crabs, shellfish, snails and fishes, especially the beautiful Mud skippers that seem to enjoy the surface more than being in water. They are also nesting sites for many shore birds, lizards, sea turtles, and many other exotic animal species.

Activities in Koh Kong Province

A vacation is defined as leisure time away from work devoted to rest or pleasure. Vacation to some is to surrender oneself to total freedom and travel in search of pristine beaches in some exotic destinations. Yet to others, a vacation is when you would want to explore new exotic territories or to adventure into something you had always wanted to do but didn't find the time to. Whatever your desires may be, recreational opportunities abound in Cambodia.

The pristine beaches of Cambodia are described to be amongst the best in the world and what other place is there where one can be mystified by the grandeur and charms of an ancient city such as the Angkor or be romanced by the culture of a populace that was once recognised as one of the most powerful in the continent of Asia. Cambodia - A World of Wonder awaits you.

Here are some recommended activities to entertain you during your visit to Cambodia. Click on them for details.

Prek Toal Lake
Prek Toal Lake

Cultural Tourism: 

•    Visit the magnificent Angkor Wat, a heritage of humanity and world wonder

•    Explore other ancient Khmer temples such as those in Siem Reap, Preah Vihear, Kandal, Takeo, etc

•    Tracing frescos and murals of the ancient temples.

•    Visit Buddhist pagodas and museums in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh

•    Visit monuments in Phnom Penh, e.g. the Independence Monument

•    Watch kites flying in Phnom Penh; a tradition dating back many centuries.

•    Join and observe the Royal Ploughing Ceremony

•    Watch Buffalo Races during Pchum Ben Festival

•    Watch boat racing in Phnom Penh & Siem Reap during Water Festival

•    Participate in Khmer traditional games and dancing during festivals such as the Khmer New Year, etc

•    Visit the indigenous people of the rural areas.

Eco Tourism:

•    Visit floating villages of the Kampong Phluk Commune in Siem Reap Province

•    Bird-watching is a popular recreation at the Prèk Toal habitats in Siem Reap Province

•    Visit wildlife sanctuaries in the Provinces

•    Take boat rides on the Tonlé Sap Lake and along the mighty Mekong River

•    Watch fishing activities on the Tonlé Sap Lake and the mighty Mekong River

•    Kayak through the Mangroves in Koh Kong

•    Explore and take a hike through the jungles of the Angkor area

•    Rent a bicycle and cycle around the countryside of Siem Reap

•    Explore mountain caves/ caverns in Kampot Province

•    Trek on elephant back through the jungles of Mondul Kiri or Rattanak Kiri

•    Explore and relax on the Tonsay Island in Kèp City

•    Enjoy the pristine beaches of Rong Island in Sihanouk Ville

•    Visit the waterfalls in Kampot Province and Kampong Speu Province

•    Swimming and scuba-diving in Sihanouk Ville, Koh Kong Province, and Kèp City

•    Explore coral reefs at the bottom of the sea of Sihanouk Ville

•    Boat ride through the mangrove forest at the Ream National Park in Sihanouk Ville

•    Spot sea dolphins at the Ream National Park in Sihanouk Ville

•    Go sailing and paragliding in Sihanouk Ville

•    Island hopping; discover the many islands of Koh Kong Province

•    Hike to the Chambok Waterfalls at Kirirom National Park in Kampong Speu Province

•    Cruising down the river from the Andong Toek to the Village Chi Phat in the southern Mountain Range of the Cardamom

•    Trek the jungles of the Mountain Range of the Cardamom

•    Go Camping in the jungles of the Mountain Range of the Cardamom

•    Visit the Pong Roul Waterfall on the Srè Ambel River

•    Visit the Ramsar wetland in Stung Treng

•    Cruise down the Mekong River from Stung Treng to Kratie

•    Spot and observe the Mekong River dolphins at the Kampi resort in Kratie

•    Trek the Virachey National Park in Rattanak Kiri

•    Swim in the crystal clear waters of the Yeak Laom Lake, Rattanak Kiri

•    Visit the Bousra Waterfalls in Mondul Kiri

•    Visit the Srè Pok Wilderness Area in Mondul Kiri

•    Elephant riding in Rattanak Kiri and Mondul Kiri

•    Meet the indigenous people of Rattanak Kiri and Mondul Kiri provinces

•    Discover the trails of the mighty Mekong River.

When Night Falls

•    Watch cultural performances over dinner

•    Visit the Casinos in Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Pailin and Bavet

•    Visit the pubs, karaoke bars and night club

•    Take a night cruise up the mighty Mekong River

•    Go to the Night Markets in Phnom Penh and Siem reap

The end tour in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap.

*1 mini Van safety belts + Gasoline , Tax + Parking fee + room ; food of driver.

=$ 85 per/days ( 4-7 Person ) for whole trip / group ).

*2-Toyota Camry 4 seats safety belts + Gasoline ,/ Tax + Parking fee + room / food of driver.

= $ 75 per/days ( 1-3 Person ).

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