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Upon arrival at Siem Reap International Airport, after the immigration process and taking your luggage’s, warm welcome by our professional tour guide and escorts capital, exploring the city by visiting Art School Chantiers Ecoles – Les Artisans d’Angkor, which gives training to youthful Cambodians to revive the ancient Khmer traditions of stone carving and wood sculpting. Continue to Wat Preh Prom Roth – the most beautiful functional Buddhism temple lying along the Siem Reap River. Enter the pagoda; you’ll see the statue off one Monk on Boat and then pass through the spiritual stupa and go to the main of Preah Vihear; spend your time here to refresh bad things mind. We will take a short walk along the street in front of the King’s Residence to see the Main Shrine, where the neighbourhood individuals usually worship, with its statue of Yeay Teap, Preah Ang Chek and Preah Ang Chorm. Buying jasmine and lotus flowers to worship is very important for the Cambodians.

Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.


Today, start your journey to find the world’s worth heritage. Discover Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world. Initially const as a Hindu temple devoted to the god Vishnu for the Khmer Empire, it was gradually changed into a Buddhist temple towards the end of the 12th century. It was built by the Khmer King Suryavarman I in the early 12th century in Yaśodharapura. 

Afternoon, discover the Angkor Thom Complex (Great Angkor or Great City), was built by Angkor’s greatest king, Jayavarman VII (1181 – 1219), including South Gate of Angkor Thom, the often first stop tour to Great City. Enter Bayon Temple (Giant smiling faces Temple) is a well-known and richly decorated Khmer temple at Angkor in Cambodia. Built-in the late 12th or mid 13th century as the official state temple of the Mahayana Buddhist King Jayavarman VII, the Bayon stands at the centre of Jayavarman’s capital, Angkor Thom. Nearby, visit The Terrace of Elephant, part of the walled city of Angkor Thom, a destroyed sanctuary complex in Cambodia. The porch was used by Angkor’s king Jayavarman VII as a platform from which to view his successful returning army. The Terrace of Leper King. It was underlying in the Bayon style under Jayavarman VII, though its modern name derives from a 15th-century sculpture discovered at the site. The statue depicts the Hindu god Yama, the god of death. Walk along the jungle to visit Taprohm temple-a temple in its ‘natural state’. Surround by wildness, its labyrinth of stone hallways is overgrown with the roots and limbs of the Banyan trees which envelope the stones tentacles. This Taprohm temple is very famous for Tomb Raider Temple, where Angelina Jolie shoots the Hollywood Movie. 

We stop at Pre Rub Temple, wait to view the impressive sunset on this mountain temple. 

Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.


After breakfast, we leave the hotel and drive 58kms from Siem Reap town to the north of the province to visit the sacred hilltop, god’s home. Mahendraparvata is considered a holy mountain in Cambodia, of special religious significance to Hindus and Buddhists who come to the pilgrimage mountain. It also has significant symbolic importance for Cambodians as the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire. It was at Phnom Kulen that King Jayavarman II proclaimed independence from Java in 804 CE. The Kulen National Park contains many sites of natural and historical interest. A magnificent waterfall dominates the forest terrain and draws countless local visitors on weekends and national holidays. Visit The River of a thousand Lingas- The cult of worshipping carved in the riverbed representing the Hindu God of Shiva. Walk via a flight of steps to visit the Biggest Reclining Buddha Statue housed on a massive boulder that is believed as The Holiest in the Country. A viewing platform at the top affords sweeping views of the surrounding jungle and hillsides. You enjoy the picnic local food on a mountain. Then Enjoy and then take the lovely photos of the Nicest Waterfall in Cambodia.  

Late Afternoon will return to Siem Reap town. A short visit to one local village names Banteay Srey Village to see inhabitants make natural palm sugar and other daily usage products. 

Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.


Spare time till transfer to the airport for the next destination.

Visa Guideline Cambodia: 

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  • Visa-on-arrival Cost US$ 30 Per Pax:

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The Do’s When Visiting Cambodia:

  • Cambodian individuals welcome each other by saying “Chum Reap Suor”, joined by an offer of squeezing their palms together before their face and marginally bowing forward, which is called ‘sampeah’. Your Cambodian hosts will be cheerfully shocked to see you utilizing the ‘sampeah’ to welcome them. 
  • Shaking hands is presently increasingly worthy, for the most part with men, and after a ‘sampeah’. When offering a blessing to a Cambodian individual, incredibly an old, it is the show to give it two hands. 
  • Prior to entering a hallowed spot, like a Buddhist pagoda or the Royal Palace, if it’s not too much trouble, make sure to remove your shoes and your cap. Likewise, if it’s not too much trouble, make confident to be wearing a spotless and unassuming way. Mainly, ladies should wear a shirt or a pullover with short or long sleeves and a skirt or jeans at any rate at knee-length. 
  • When entering somebody’s home, if it’s not too much trouble, make sure to leave your shoes at the passageway. Despite the fact that your Cambodian hosts will regularly demand that you save them for your solace, they will consistently value your thought for their home. 
  • Albeit Cambodian individuals appreciate having their photos taken, do request authorization first. 
  • On the off chance that you purchase food sources at a road truck or a slow down in a market, kindly recall that the cost usually is modest. If it’s not too much trouble, remember that Cambodia is as yet an agricultural nation, and the Cambodian public is merely beginning to be comfortable with other societies’ traditions and assumptions. So be quiet when imparting and communicating with your Cambodian hosts.

The Don’ts when Visiting Cambodia:

  • In the Cambodian and Buddhist culture, mostly the head hallowed piece of the body. Kindly DO NOT touch or pat the authority of individuals, even kids.
  • Likewise, as the feet are the last pieces of the body, DO NOT utilize your feet to point at a person or thing, stand out enough to be noticed by somebody, or push an item to somebody. If you go to a pagoda and need to sit on the floor, DO NOT sit leg over leg or with your legs outstretched. All things being equal, sit somewhat sided behind you, on the off chance that the position gets awkward, attempt to move on your opposite side.
  • Buddhist priests are profoundly venerated and regarded. Ladies are not allowed to contact a priest’s robe or his body.
  • The Cambodian culture is generally traditionalist, and public showcases of friendship, like kisses and embraces, are viewed as improper and hostile practices.
  • In open territories, on consecrated grounds like pagodas, and in available structures, abstain from yelling, just as snickering and talking exorbitantly uproariously.
  • As social traditions are distinctive in Cambodia, kindly DO NOT dislike Cambodian propensities, which might be viewed as inconsiderate in your country.

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