Venture beyond Angkor Wat and Phnom Penh
with this comprehensive journey through the
Khmer kingdom. Tour the remote temples
of Kor Ker and Beng Mealea, visit charming
Battambang and explore the mangroves
and jungles of the Cardamom mountains in
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Fly from London to Siem Reap, via Bangkok, with
Thai Airways and Bangkok Airways. (N)
Arrive and transfer to HanumanAlaya for a
2-night stay. (N)
Full-day tour of the temples with a private driver
and guide. (B)
Temple safari (available Oct-Jul) to the remote
temples of Beng Mealea and Kor Ker. Overnight in
a luxury tented camp. (B, L, D)
Return to Siem Reap to visit Angkor Wat. Stay at the HanumanAlaya for 2 nights. (B, L)
Early morning drive to the Ang Trapeang Thmor
crane sanctuary for bird watching, and continue
to Battambang. Stay at the Bambu Hotel for 2
nights. (B, L)
Visit Wat Banan, Wat Ek Phnom, and
Battambang Museum. (B)
Morning drive to Phnom Penh. En route, visit
the floating villages of Kompong Luong and the
pottery-making village of Kampong Chhnang
(time permitting). Stay at the Samsara Villa hotel
for 2 nights. (B)
Visit the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, the
National Museum, the Tuol Sleng Museum of
Genocide and the Killing Fields. (B, L)
Drive to Tatai in the Cardamom mountains
and transfer to the 4 Rivers Floating Lodge for
3 nights. Excursions to a fishing village, a kayak trip through the mangroves, and a visit to the
beautiful Tatai waterfall. (B, L, D)
Return to Phnom Penh and stay overnight at the
Samsara Villa hotel. (B)
Transfer to the airport and fly to London, via
Early arrival in London. (N)
(B) = Breakfast, (L) = Lunch, (D) = Dinner, (N) = No Meals
4 Rivers Floating Lodge is an eco-friendly lodge, benefitting from the luxury 4-star amenities of a boutique hotel, located in the Four Rivers area of the Cardamom mountains. The lodge is an ideal base to explore the surrounding villages, Tatai waterfalls, and the relatively untouched jungles and mangroves. It features 10 luxury tents, each with an en suite bathroom and private balcony, which form a floating string along the river. There is a restaurant serving modern fusion cuisine while guests can also enjoy swimming in the tranquil...
The Bambu Hotel is a charming boutique hotel located a short walk from the river and the centre of Battambang. All 16 rooms, including 4 suites, are spacious and beautifully decorated with antique furniture sourced from all over Cambodia. Facilities include a restaurant, a swimming pool and a poolside...
The HanumanAlaya is a boutique hotel surrounded by lush gardens featuring 13 beautifully furnished rooms finished with wood, silk and local handicrafts. Facilities include a swimming pool, a spa and 2 restaurants that serve Khmer specialities as well as international...
The Samsara Villa is a small, charming property just outside the city centre. Built in 1963, the hotel was extensively renovated in 2013 including the addition of a new wing and a tropical garden, and provides a peaceful haven after a day's sightseeing in Phnom Penh.
Features: 20 rooms, outdoor pool, gardens, Wi-Fi, restaurant, poolside bar.
Room amenities: Television, air conditioning, minibar, safe,...
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CCO2016: 13 Nights
The most inspirational moments included visiting Ta Prom with our guide, no one else there - just us - amazing experience, and seeing Anklor Wat on the morning that 600 minds and 100 nuns were being ordained - it was a marvellous sight.Mr David Yorke
Cambodia’s capital city is awakening from a turbulent recent past to becom...
Siem Reap is a town with a French colonial centre, and the gateway to the Temples of...
Tatai is a small village in the Cardamom mountains, close to the Thai border....