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Today you will learn to cook the Cambodian way and experience the arts of a Khmer traditional Kitchen with assistance from a Khmer chef and his crew. Learn how to prepare some of the kingdom’s best-loved dishes including a delectable fish Amok.
This morning at 9.00 a.m., travel the local way with a Remork (Tuk Tuk) – an easy and comfortable, to explore a local market, where the colors and aromas of fresh, vibrant ingredients will thrill your senses led by one of the kitchen brigades with a shopping list for today’s menu as your guide. You will be led through the labyrinth of tunnel-like passageways that weave from one area of the market to the other.
Return to the outdoor kitchen at a traditional Khmer house set amid the rural village atmosphere of Angkor and overviewing Srah Srang “Royal Bath”. You will be guided through time-honored Khmer cooking techniques to create some of its most storied dishes from preparation to cooking. Lastly, time to enjoy your culinary creation serving as your lunch. Unwind or indulge, it’s the perfect complement to the majestic temples.
After lunch break, with your tour guide, set off a Remork (Tuktuk) and venture on a less-traveled road deep into Angkor Park to discover the hidden gems of Angkor – another fascinating corner of Angkor including the mountain temple of Pre Rup, the East Mebon temple built within the Eastern Baray (guarded at its corner by stone figures of harnessed elephants), Ta Som is a captivating and charming temple (like Ta Prohm, there is a tree growing through part of the structure which provides excellent photo opportunities), Neak Pean, or the “coiled serpents” is a fountain built in the middle of a pool, and Preah Khan or “Sacred Sword” – constructed as a monastery and teaching complex in 1191 by Jayavarman VII, it is unique in its sense of religious tolerance, with sections dedicated to Buddhism, ancestor worship, and the Hindu gods Shiva and Vishnu. Once inside the second enclosure, look for the delicate frieze of ‘apsaras’ or celestial dancers, in the Hall of Dancers.
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12 Days 11 Nights
Phnom Penh, Kep-Kampot,Sihanoukville, Siem Reap
Explore the bustling Cambodian capital and understand Cambodia’s tumultuous past.
Head south for a taste of the good life, the perfect riverside retreat to relax and recharge.
Uncover the the glory days of the Khmer empire while exploring the temples of Angkor.
5 Days 4 Nights
Swim at the spectacular Bou Sra Waterfalls
Explore the heartwarming elephant rescue center “Elephant Valley Project”
Visit an indigenous village, the coffee plantation, and beautiful landscapes
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