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Day 1 : International (or Phnom Penh) / Siem Reap
Morning: Welcome to Siem Reap airport by your guide and transfer to your hotel. Installation in the rooms if available.
First contact with Angkor and the visit to the The Roluos’ group. Roluos is a village with a group of monuments anterior to those in Angkor. The Roluos group is what has remained from the ancient Hariharalaya, which was the first significant capital during the Khmer Empire of the Angkorian era and consists of 3 temples.
Preah Ko: King Indravarman I, built this temple at the end of the 9th century, the temple was dedicated to his ancestors. The Bakong represents Mount Meru, the center of the universe and still houses a Buddhist monastery. The Lolei temple, built in 893, was located on an island in the center of an immense water basin that supplied the area.
Lunch in a local restaurant.
Afternoon: Continue to Angkor Thom with the Kleangs, Prah Pithu, Victory Gate, Thommanon, Chau Say, and then wait for the sunset over the towers of Angkor Wat, a world-famous moment and appreciated by visitors. Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.
Day 2 : Angkor
Morning: Visit of Angkor Thom which, after the passage of the South Gate, brings together the Bayon temple, the Terraces of Elephants and the Leper King, the Royal Palace and the Baphuon. Lunch in a local restaurant.
Angkor Thom was built by Jayavarman VII from the end of the 12th century and acquired the status of capital for about 300 years. This is why we encounter in this city some later monuments, but also some that are anterior to the work of the king.
Afternoon: Visit the Small Circuit with the temples Takeo, Taprohm (superb and world-famous whose giant roots, which have grown over the centuries, enclose whole sections of walls and prevent them from collapsing), Banteay Kdei, Terrace of the Sras Srang, Prasat Kravan. Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.
Day 3 : Angkor
Morning: Visit of the Grand Circuit with the temples Pre Rup, Mebon, Tasom, Neak Pean, Prah Khan (another major temple of the site of Angkor, which was once a city surrounded by a 700m side wall, housing a university). Lunch in a local restaurant.
Afternoon: The Old market for shopping, and the former French colonial quarter which adjoins, will embellish the visit of Siem Reap, the City of Temples whose name is now highly evocative. In late afternoon, you’ll stroll through the Night Market, very close. The crafts and products for sale on Siem Reap’s markets are very rich and varied and you can stroll through the aisles in search of the object sought after, to take away or to offer. Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.
Day 4 : Angkor
Morning: Excursion to Kbal Spean “the river of the thousand Lingas”, part of river carved over a few hundred meters, which is reached after a small walk in forest, and Banteay Srei “the Citadel of Women”, small pink sandstone temple finely chiseled, through the fields and local villages. Lunch in a local restaurant.
Afternoon: Entirely at Angkor Wat, the most famous and extensive monument of the complex, a masterpiece of Khmer art, whose central towers are the pride and symbol of an entire nation. The temple is surrounded by moats and galleries adorned with sumptuous bas-reliefs. Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.
Day 5 : Siem Reap / International (or Phnom Penh)
Morning: Excursion to the Tonle Sap Lak with boat tour of floating fishing villages. Small stroll in ox-cart before transfer to the pier. Tonle Sap is the world’s finest freshwater lake which welcomes one of the largest colony of threatened waterbird species in Southeast Asia. The life of fishermen is truly unique: installed on floating houses on very high stilts, they depend on water fluctuation and use a wide variety of fishing gear whether it is family, artisanal or industrial. Return to Siem Reap.
Visit of Angkor Artwork, workshop for the manufacture of handicrafts, under the leadership of a renowned craftsman expert in lacquer, gilding and polychromy, who employs local, young and hard of hearing workers, and perpetuates the tradition of traditional techniques for the design of its products (lacquers, statues, paintings …). Under his leadership, in the space of 10 years, 350 artisans will be trained in the practices of crafts. Lunch in a local restaurant.
Afternoon: Excursion to the Pouk Silk Center, 16kms from Siem Reap, towards the border with Thailand, where you will discover all the stages of silk manufacture, from the mulberry tree growing till the sale of products.
The transfer to the airport for your international flight will be made 2 hours before departure of the aircraft. This transfer will take place 1 hour before takeoff if you take a domestic flight.
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Cancellation & Refund Policy :
* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
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