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A long-tail boat transports you through the undulating water of an expansive lake. Villages are situated on stilts overlooking the water and fishermen cast nets from their deck. The wide boulevards of Phnom Penh bring a touch of Paris to the capital city. Waterside cafes provide coffee and cocktails in the afternoon sun. On this 7-day Cambodia tour through the best of Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, you will be immersed in the ancient culture and eclectic traditions, from the Khmer Empire and its sweeping temples to French colonialists and an infectious love of freshly baked bread. You will be immersed in the rich local culture and the unforgettable architecture of Angkor. The history of Cambodia has shaped its people and the countryside; when you experience the country’s exceptional present, you discover its magnificent past.
Your cultural tour begins with your arrival in Siem Reap. The city is an eclectic mixture of French colonial charm and a gateway city to Angkor. You can see sandwich carts alongside the streets: they sell fresh baguettes with cheese. The night market echoes the jovial and energetic calls of the day. In the morning, you will make your way to the ancient capital city, Angkor Thom, and begin your tour of the celebrated complex.
After lunch, you will witness the magnitude of inspiring Angkor Wat before setting out on a sunset Cruise of the Great Lake and the Submerged Forest. The following day venture to Banteay Srei, the remarkable temple complex decorated with intricate reliefs. The afternoon finds you in Ta Prohm, followed by dinner and cultural show. Cruise along Tonle Sap to witness the distinct fishing villages en route to your ferry ride down to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia.
After you check-in to your hotel you will visit an infamous scene of the country’s contemporary history at the Killing Fields. The next day takes you to the old prison of S-21 before you discover the opulent imperial past at the Royal Palace and National Museum. On your final day in Phnom Penh you will cruise along a small lake to see the hidden treasures of Angkor Borei and Phnom Do. In the evening you can indulge in a boat ride along the Mekong River. In the morning you will have a private transfer to the airport to make your flight home.