Daily Tours in Phnom Penh

Where to visit in Phnom Penh?

  • Learn about the depredations of the Khmer Rouge. Explore the harrowing S-21 Interrogation Center and the Choeung Ek Killing Fields Memorial to learn the country’s tragic recent history under the Khmer Rouge regime of the 1970s. Visit the Cambodia’s glittering Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, and the National Museum, home to the country’s most important collection of ancient Cambodian artifacts, and meandering at local market.
  • Go further to explore the rural countryside of Takeo, visit the old capital and sacred Oudong Mountain where the relic of Preah Serei Roek Theat (Ash of the Buddha) is kept. Explore the famous Silk Weaving Island of Koh Dach to witness the whole process of silk development starting from the worm to the final product. You may cann’t see this in the rest of the world.

Rural Charms Outside Phnom Penh

Head to Cambodia’s former capital, Oudong, about 39km from Phnom Penh. Climb the stairs to the top of Oudong Mountain and enjoy magnificent views over
Phnom Penh
8 Hours

The Sacred Oudong Mountain

Oudong Mountain, once was a Cambodia's ancient capital called Oudong Meanchey, and literally means “noble victory” for around 200 years until it was moved to
Kampong Speu (Near Phnom Penh)
4 Hours

Takeo Countryside & Wildlife Awareness

Takeo province is often referred to as the cradle of Cambodian civilization with several important pre-Angkorian sites built between the 5th and the 8th century.
Takeo (Near Phnom Penh)
8 Hours

Fascinating Corners of Phnom Penh

The tour begins at the spiritual Wat Phnom, a city landmark, for which the capital was named. From here, embrace yourself for a fascinating Cyclo
Phnom Penh
8 Hours

Cambodian Genocide Tour

The tour is for an insight into the horrors suffered by the Cambodian people during that dark period. Although not a joyful tour, visiting these
Phnom Penh
5 Hours

Highlights of Phnom Penh

Tour the highlights of the city to discover its recent past and present. Begin with Cambodia’s glittering Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda. Continue to the
Phnom Penh
8 Hours

Daily Tours in Siem Reap

Once a sleepy riverside village, now serves as the gateway to the temple complex and is alive with markets, restaurants and bars. No trip to is complete without a visit to the spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site of . Visit the remarkable floating villages on Tonle Sap Lake at Siem Reap. Marvel at the wonder of Angkor Wat as you learn of the ingenuity behind its architecture. Visit Ta Prohm, where the forest continues to grow in and around the temple complex. Wander through the Bayon Temple adorned with enigmatic smiling faces.

For those wanting to explore further afield, whilst the journey can be long, you are rewarded with less visited temples but no less impressive. Banteay Srei, the only temple not to be built by a King, is covered with some of the most beautiful deep and intricate carvings of any Angkorian temple. The Rolous Group of temples are among the earliest temples built and marked the beginning of the classic period Khmer art. Kulen Mountain is the Cambodia’s most sacred site with waterfall and thousand riverbed carvings, it’s believe that this place is the birth of the Khmer Empire. Beng Mealea is similar to Angkor Wat in size but its current state is dominated by the jungle; trees have grown out of towers and vines entangle columns, making for some fantastic photographs. Koh Ker is another temple complex which represents the remnants of the capital of the Khmer Empire from 928 AD – 944 AD, away from the tourist masses the premier ruin of the complex is Prasat Thom, an imposing seven tiered pyramids. Banteay Chhmar, being brought back to its former glory through local work, is well known for its intricate carvings and long walls of bas-relief.

These are some local insider’s hand-picked and highly recommended experiences in Siem Reap. Start your Angkor family tours here!

Siem Reap's Quad Bike Adventure

All-terrain biking is alive and well in Siem Reap. For those who haven’t tried it, all-terrain biking is serious fun
Siem Reap
5 Hours

Kampong Khleang and Beng Mealea

It's definitely worth making the journey that little bit further to avoid the crowds and experience the local authenticity. Head
Siem Reap
8 Hours

Waterbirds Sanctuary At Prek Toal

It’s really an amazing day trip with an overwhelming abundance of birds in Tonle Sap's flooded forest wonderland. This excursion
Siem Reap
10 Hours

Remote Temples - Jewels in the Jungle

If the temple and town crowds are getting your down, here is one of the best escapes to take you
Siem Reap
8 Hours

Countryside Tour by Vespa

Take the Countryside Life Tour to discover the authentic Cambodia is an amazing unique experience. This adventure celebrates Cambodian life
Siem Reap
8 Hours

After Dark Foodie Vespa Tour

The Cambodian culinary experience can be fun, exotic and divers with abundance of fresh spices and herbs light up the
Siem Reap
5 Hours

The Authentic Tonle Sap Lake

Today, take a break from temples and enjoy an interesting boat trip to visit a fishing community of Kampong Phluk
Siem Reap
8 Hours

The Holy Kulen and Tonle Sap Lake

Discover the holy Kulen Mountain, widely regarded as the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire, and from here that King
Siem Reap
8 Hours

Khmer Cooking and Sunset Quad Bike

The Khmer Kitchen “Cooking Class” offers you wonderful opportunity to learn the art of traditional Khmer kitchen "Khmer Cookery" with
Siem Reap
8 Hours

Kbal Spean Trekking & Banteay Srei

Head outskirt of Siem Reap through local villages to discover Kbal Spean. Enjoy a moderate 3km trek up the hill
Siem Reap
8 Hours

Siem Reap’s Unique Experience

Although all visitors’ primary goal is to come to Siem Reap for the magnificent temples of Angkor. There is much
Siem Reap
5 Hours

Angkor Biking Adventure

Bicycle can be considered the best green way to discover Angkor temples as bikes allow you to closely access the
Siem Reap
10 Hours

Sundown Siem Reap’s Angkor

Wandering at the Angkor National Museum for an insightful introduction to the artefacts, monuments and history of the Khmer Empire
Siem Reap
10 Hours

The Highlights of Angkor Temples

Today, you will discover Siem Reap’s famous temples which make up the UNESCO World Heritage listed Angkor complex. Angkor is
Siem Reap
10 Hours

The Legendary of Khmer Empire

A magical day beginning in early morning on a journey to witness a spectacular sunrise over the legendary Angkor Wat
Siem Reap
7 Hours

Brand Moments & Insider Accesses

We offer uniquely exclusive moments and insider accesses when the clients are outside of their comfort zone from lecturing with a renowned archaeologist to gain insightful introduction to the Ancient Khmer Kingdom & Angkor Wat, private helicopter tour to remote and sacred temples to a marvelous lifetime dining experience within Khmer Ruins – dramatic setting with lighting and enhanced with serried of traditional performances i.e Apsara Dance, life-sized Khmer Shadow Puppet and much more.

Introducing something exclusive – the once-in-a life time experience or the destination’s best of the best that only few travelers can access. Check these Brand Moments & Insider Accesses in Siem Reap that we certainly recommended to enrich your holiday!

Private helicopter tour (Siem Reap)

Enjoy a private helicopter flight to the remote jungle and sacred temples with a wonderful picnic lunch with private butler service near the temple complex such as: Preah Vihear, Koh Ker, Beng Mealea, Banteay Chmar etc. Or, you may take a scenic flight which offers expansive views over the temples of Angkor and Tonle Sap Lake (the scenic flight starts from 8 minutes to an hour).

Witness the beautiful sunrise over Angkor Wat or discover Ta Prohm at sunrise with the Champagne breakfast at Srah Srang (Siem Reap)

Early bird risers will be impressed to catch the beautiful sunrise over Angkor Wat temple or to discover the magical Ta Prohm temple at sunrise, and then followed by the private Champagne breakfast at Srah Srang “Royal Baths” before exploring the ruins in details guided by your local professional guide or an archeologist expert.

Private lecture on “Angkor” or Angkor guided tour with a well-known western Angkor archeologist (Siem Reap)

Dr Damian is a faculty member in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Sydney and a deputy director of the Greater Angkor Project. He has worked in Cambodia for over a decade, and also a specialist in the archaeological landscapes of the Angkor period, as well as the archaeology of everyday life and the ‘collapse’ of the Khmer Empire. His work has been featured in recent media coverage of Angkor, including in print and TV specials for National Geographic, Discovery Channel, and the History Channel etc.

Quad biking adventure (Siem Reap)

Enjoy guided tours on Quads (Terrain Vehicles) around Siem Reap. It’s a perfect adventurous way to discover the area. Simply enjoy the countryside, pretty temples, and traditional local villages where life, almost untouched by a fast changing Asia, goes on much as it has for centuries. You can enjoy as long as you want starting from 1-hour to adventure to a full day off-the-beaten-track excursion.

Kayaking down the more undiscovered parts of Tonle Sap Lake at Mechrey (Siem Reap)

Explore another fascinating part of Tonlé Sap Lake the community natural based tourism site of Mechrey. En route, stop at Ampil Peam to visit a traditional village where locals live much as they have for centuries before kayaking through the floating village to a mangrove forest. The Kayaking take 2 hours or more a long as you enjoy. (Available during high water season only from September to January)

Experience the thrilling zipline canopy tour inside Angkor Park “flight of the gibbon” (Siem Reap)

Start your day traveling into the jungle inside Angkor Park for your zipline eco-adventure tour. You’ll zipline from 21 different platforms, cross sky bridges suspended in trees and see some of Cambodian’s most unique wildlife. Flight Of The Gibbon is the best zipline eco-adventures in South East Asia.

Biking adventure to discover the jungle temple of Banteay Thom with a picnic lunch near Srah Srang “Royal Bath” (Siem Reap)

This morning, depart your hotel and head to the north gate of Angkor Thom (10 km). Then continue about 7 km through the rural and bumpy road, paddy fields, local village to see everyday farm activities, and across the jungle to the Banteay Thom temple, one of Angkor’s hidden gems overlooked by most tourists. Finally, enjoy your picnic lunch served in elegance with private butler service closes to Srah Srang.

Cambodia Circus Show by PPS (Siem Reap)

Enchanted your evening by visit the sensational Cambodian Circus. This daringly modern Cambodian circus mixes theatre, music, dance, acrobatics, juggling, aerial acts, humor, contortion and other amazing bodily feats combining to tell fascinating stories about Cambodian culture and beliefs. A taste of Cambodian culture supporting a wonderful cause too.

Scenic ride by Reumork (Tuk Tuk), offer alms to Buddhist monk with blessing ceremony (Siem Reap)

You will set off an opened-air Remork (2-3 persons per Remork) for an Orientation ride of Siem Reap town long the Siem Reap River, across the bustling pub street and old market. Finally, stop by to visit a local Buddhist monastery to meet monks and offer alms followed by a blessing ceremony to earn merits in the Buddhist tradition.

Experience the art of Khmer traditional Kitchen with a Khmer chef (Siem Reap)

Start the morning exploring Psa Leu market, where the colours and aromas of fresh, vibrant ingredients will thrill your senses led by one of kitchen brigade with a shopping list for today’s menu as your guide. Then transfer to a local house, the outdoor kitchen, where you will be guided through Khmer cooking techniques. Lastly, time to enjoy your own culinary creation serving as your lunch.

Private picnic lunch near Srah Srong (Siem Reap)

Enjoy a delicious picnic while exploring Cambodia’s breathtaking complex of Angkor temples. This private picnic Khmer lunch is served in an elegant near Srah Srang “The Royal Baths” with private butler service and inclusive of Khmer set menu and free flow of soft drinks, chilled juices and local beer. A lovely baray (reservoir) opposite the east entrance to Banteay Kdei, Srah Srang is a large manmade lake (2,297 feet by 984 feet) with a landing terrace that provides an excellent spot from which to view the surrounding plain.

Romantic sunset cruise with cocktails and canapé on a gondola boat (Siem Reap)

Private sunset cruise (1 hour) in a beautiful Khmer typical boat rowing along the moat of Angkor Thom’s Great Wall; enjoy a sunset view reflecting from the water while having cocktails over canapés. (Includes: free flow of canapé, chilled juices, soft drinks, local beer and red & white house wine)

Countryside candlelight dinner for couple or family (Siem Reap)

A unique dining experience in the rural countryside which just about 15-minute drive from the Siem Reap town. Start with a welcome drink over sunset and then sit back and watch dusk turn into night. Your pavilion is surrounded by candle light. Your private chef and waiter will ensure you have the perfect evening. This is ideal for couples or friends and the perfect romantic dinner.

Burning Dinner In A Local Village (Siem Reap)

Every year at harvest time, Cambodian villages celebrate with a ‘burning dinner’. During summer in the countryside, all the villagers gather to celebrate the harvest of the rice, fruit and vegetables. The commune chief collects money from each family and purchases food and drink and everyone eats together. During the party they all play some traditional games, dance to a local band and have lots of fun. We would love to show our guests this ceremony so we created a ‘burning dinner’ set up exactly the same as the local one with a local buffet station. The dining tables are set up around a fire, and during dinner, guests can enjoy traditional dance and join in all of the games. The dinner venue will be in a rice field, quite far from Siem Reap town.

Gala dinner within Khmer Ruins (Siem Reap)

A marvelous life time experience and exciting event with a private dinner of the grounds of an Angkor’s 1000-year old temple that is seldom visited by tourists – dramatic setting with lighting and enhanced with performance of serried Cambodian traditional Dance including Apsara Dance. Dinner will begin with pre dinner cocktail in front of the temple (30 minutes) moving onto Khmer or western set dinner on the temple grounds.

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