5-Days TOUR (OPTION  2) Private Tour

Day 1:

At 7:30 am you'll be picked up from the hotel (or let's know your preferable time)

  • Ta Prohm (the temple in the Tomb Raider movie)
  • Ta Nei (located offroad, deeply in jungle, quiet and peaceful)
  • Ta Keo
  • Banteay Kdei (In 2001 the Japanese Archeologists rediscovered 274 Buddhas in the pit)
  • Angkor Wat (the largest religious monument in the world, only 35 years to be built)
  • Lunch break (in restaurant inside the Angkor Archeological Park)
  • South Gate of Angkor Thom ( the big walled city to be built by Buddhist King Jayavarman VII)
  • Bayon the state temple and temple mountain of Buddhist King, exactly at the middle of Angkor Thom)
  • Baphuon (the tallest pyramidal temple closed 27 years for restoration by French)
  • The enclosure wall of Royal Palace and the temple inside it called Phimeanakas)
  • Elephant and Leper King Terraces
  • Chao Say Tevoda & Thommanon (if time permits)
  • Back Hotel or Dinner With Apsara Dancing Show if you would like to see please inform my guide he can help you to make a reservation.   



Remark:

  • Please dress properly for visiting temples. If you wear shorts and T-shirts, make sure they are long enough to be knee length and shoulder covered. No scarf or shawl and tank top are allowed.
  • In case, please take camera recharger with you when we have lunch you can recharge it.
  • In Cambodia you needn't to change your money. US Dollar is acceptable everywhere. And even you withdraw your money from ATM it is in USDL. SPECIAL NOTICE: No torn or old note of USDL cash or coin can use in this country.
  • Sunrise request to add on the day tour is 15 USDL extra charge and the starting time is 4:45 am (Please tell your hotel to prepare breakfast box for you) and take torchlight with you. Why charge extra? Because it is OT FEE.
  • For the tour fee you will pay when the tour starts or finish it doesn't matter.
  • The tour fee is for a group of 1 to 3, 4 to 5 and 6 to 10 persons. It is not per person or per individual.
Day 2:
  • Preah Khan (the Buddhist King's Father temple, restored by WMF project)

  • Neak Poan ( located inside artificial lake Jayatataka)
  • Ta som
  • East Mebon (located in the manmade lake called East Baray 7km x 1.8km)

  • lunch break (in restaurant inside the Angkor Archeological Park)

  • Banteay Srei ( the Lady Temple, the unique pinkish sandstone and the most beautifully detailed motives of Khmer Art and the first French-restored temple using the method of Anastylosis after the Frenchman named Henry Marshal studied this technique from the Dutch who undertook to reconstruct Borobudor in Java)
  • Banteay Samre ( the complete temple was restored by French, Angkor Wat Style)
  • Pre Rup (crematorium) it is called crematorium because during 16 century because the local people who lived here cremated the dead body in this temple but actually this dried  brick temple was built in the mid 10 century and dedicated to Shiva one of the trinity in Hindu. and end of day tour by taking you back hotel




Day 3:

  • In the morning after breakfast we drive to see Preah Vihear (250 km, 3 hours and 30 minutes drive from Siem ReapThe temple is located in Preah Vihear Province on the promontory of Dangrek Mountain Ranges more than 500 m high which marks the Cambodia and Thailand Border and come back to see Ta Mok's House (if time permits).
Day 4:
  • Preah Khan (the Buddhist King's Father temple, restored by WMF project)

  • Neak Poan ( located inside artificial lake Jayatataka)
  • Ta som
  • Banteay Srei ( the Lady Temple, the unique pinkish sandstone and the most beautifully detailed motives of Khmer Art and the first French-restored temple using the method of Anastylosis after the Frenchman named Henry Marshal studied this technique from the Dutch who undertook to reconstruct Borobudor in Java)
  • Lunch break ( in restaurant inside the Angkor Archeological Park )
  • Banteay Samre
  • East Mebon (located in the manmade lake called East Baray 7km x 1.8km)

  • Pre Rup (crematorium) it is called crematorium because during 16 century because the local people who lived here cremated the dead body in this temple but actually this dried  brick temple was built in the mid 10 century and dedicated to Shiva one of the trinity in Hindu. and end of day tour by taking you back hotel




Day 5:

  • Phnom Kulen (65km from Siem Reap, the quarry of sandstone for building the temples, the birthplace of Angkorian Era)

  • the carving of 1000 lingas

  • the giant-reclining Buddha

  • 35 m high waterfall in Tomb Raider movie (if you'd like swimming please bring bath towel with you)

  • Lunch Break (in restaurant inside the Angkor Archeological Park)

 "The Two Options You Can Decide To Do" when you meet me or my guide team.

  • 1st Option: to take the boat ride for Kampong Pluk or Chong Kneas  Floating Fishing Community Village on Tonle Sap Lake (From late Feb to the end of May this option can't visit because the doesn't have enough water)

  • 2nd Option: To visit Silk Farm, Artisan D' Angkor (the school of art to train the local people in the skill of wood and sandstone or soapstone carvings, it brings you insight of the revival of the Angkor Khmer Empire Art. end of the tour back to your hotel.

THE PRICE IN US$ CASH (NO CREDIT CARD) FOR 5 DAYS


For 1-3 persons


For 4-5 persons


For 6-10 persons


$620


$660


$690

Inclusion

Exclusion

  • A/C Vehicle with petrol
  • Parking fee/road tolls
  • Tour Guide (English)
  • Cold Water
  • Cold Towel (for face and hands)
  • 2 or 3 Days Temple Pass $62/pax

  • Phnom Kulen Pass $20/pax

  • Boat Trip Fee $20/pax; 3 or more $15/pax

  • B. Mealea & Koh Ker Pass $15/pax

  • Vihear 4-Wheel Drive $25, Temple Pass 10$/pax

  • Accommodation/Food(BLD)/soft & hard drink

  • Tips

  • Others not mentioned in the inclusion



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