World heritage Angkor Wat – the largest religious monument in the world. Angkor Wat Cambodia 3 days tour will show you all Angkor thrilling temples as well as the Khmer culture and their daily life on Tonle Sap lake.
Tour Code: SBL22. This tour takes three days and two nights.
Day 1: Siem Reap (Lunch, dinner)
We arrive in Siem Reap, and we are brought to hotel for check in. We have lunch at the Phakachhouk restaurant before heading to the incomparable Angkor temples. Here we visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom, Angkor Thom means “the great city” in Khmer. The 12th-century royal Buddhist city is especially famed for its grand Bayon temple. Then we see the Terrace of Elephants, the Terrace of the Leper King, and the 10th C temple of Phimeanakas.
We then hike to the top of the 9th century Hindu temple Phnom Bakheng to take in the sunset views over Angkor Wat – a glorious sight! For dinner, we dine at Tonle Mekong Restaurant and watch traditional Apsara dance performances.
Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, lunch, dinner)
After breakfast at the hotel, we travel 32km to the gorgeous temple of 9th C Bantery Srei, the “Citadel of Women,” the last of Cambodia’s major Khmer temples to be re-“discovered.” Intricately carved, it contains some of the most detailed and finest bas-reliefs in Cambodia. We will then head to the well-maintained Banteay Samre, a 12th C Hindu temple.
After lunch at a local restaurant, we will visit the famed Ta Prohm Temple, whose structure is encased by the roots of gigantic fig trees. Unlike most of the temples of Angkor, Ta Prohm has been largely left to the clutches of the living jungle. With its dynamic interaction between nature and man-made art, this atmospheric temple is a favorite feel like Indiana Jones or Lara Croft (which was filmed here).
We then follow this with an extensive tour of Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat was originally founded as a Hindu temple for the Khmer Empire, gradually transforming into a Buddhist temple toward the end of the 12th century. It was built by the Khmer King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century. Angkor Wat was dedicated to Vishnu. The temple is at the top of the high classical style of Khmer architecture. It has become a symbol of Cambodia, appearing on its national flag.
Day 3: Siem Reap departure (Breakfast)
Following breakfast, we take a boat trip and explore scenic Tonle Sap lake. It is a combination of lake and river tremendous importance to Cambodia. The 120 km Tonle Sap river that connects the lake to the mekong river. It is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and is UNESCO recognized as the world biosphere reserve in 1997.
We visit local fishing communities and also the floating villages before returning to check out and head to the airport for our return flight.
Standard hotel***: Angkor Holiday hotel
16,680,000 vnd (US$ 710) / person (solo)
11,162,000 vnd (US$ 475) / person (group of 2 people)
9,870,000 vnd (US$ 420) / person (group of 3 to 8 people)
Single room supplement: 2,700,000 vnd (US$ 115)
Deluxe hotel ****:Tara Angkor hotel
19,270,000 vnd (US$ 820) / person (solo)
14,800,000 vnd (US$ 630) / person(group of 2 people)
11,160,000 vnd (US$ 475) / person (group of 3 to 8 people)
Single room supplement: 3,880,000 vnd (US$ 165)
Temple entrance fee: 2 days.
Full transportation : Aircondition bus, boat trip.
Guide: English speaking tour guide.
Hotel with breakfast.
Meals as detailed above.
Not included: Insurance, visa fee on arrival Cambodia, personal expenses (tel, fax, and laundry etc.), flights and airport taxes.
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