Siem Reap, Cambodia

$2,400.00

This trip takes you to discover the best of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia just 11 days.
Meet your guide at the lobby of your hotel and depart to Bang Pa In. Visit the former summer palace of Thai royalties, then continue to Ayutthaya by motorized long-tail boat. Disembark at Wat Panan Choeng and continue by van to visit Wat Yai Chaimongkol. From here it is a short drive to Pludhaya Resort & Spa, where you will spend the night, and lunch at local restaurant.

In the afternoon, visit some of the outstanding historical sites, such as Wat Chaiwatthanaram, Wat Phra Si Sanpeth, and Wat Phra Mahathat. Also included is a visit to the interesting Boat Museum. Overnight at Pludhaya Resort & Spa
After breakfast at the resort, depart for Khampheng Phet (290 km). Visit Khampheng Phet National Museum (closed on Mon & Tue) or the Kamphang Phet Province Museum, and lunch at local restaurant.
In the afternoon, tour Khampheng Phet Historical Park. Overnight at Chakungrao River Hotel
After breakfast, depart by van to Sukhothai (80 km). Spend the morning touring the Sukhothai Historical Park on bicycle (if you do not wish to ride a bicycle, our van will take you to the various sites instead) and Lunch at Tharaburi Resort.

In the afternoon, visit Sangkhalok Museum and if you wish, continue sightseeing of the historical park. Alternatively, spend the remainder of the afternoon relaxing at your resort’s pool and garden. Overnight at Sukhothai Heritage Resort
After breakfast, travel to Si Satchanalai Historical Park and Celadon Kiln Site Study and Conservation Centre. After lunch, onward transfer to Chiang Mai – approx. 240 km / 3.5-4 hours drive. Overnight at the Empress Hotel
Arrival at Luang Prabang, the crown jewel of Laos and former Lanexang, Luang Prabang, is perhaps the best-preserved traditional city in South East Asia. Magical and charming, it has preserved its long-standing reputation as a stronghold of Lao culture with its splendid natural scenery and sense of timelessness. In 1995 UNESCO voted Luang Prabang as a World Heritage City. Overnight in Luang Prabang
After breakfast, climb Vat Phousi hill for an outstanding view over the city. Continue to Vat Visoun, the site of an impressive stupa, That Makmo, stylistically more Sri Lankan than Lao. Then walk to the nearby Vat Aham, which is one of the city’s major tutelary shrines, dedicated to Deveta Luang (spirit) Pu Gneu Ya Gneu (ancestors). Continue to visit Vat Mai, built in 1796, famous for the five – tiered roof of its wooden sim built in the standard of Luang Prabang style.

After lunch, visit Vat Xieng Thong, considered as the most beautiful temple in Luang Prabang. The sim of the Vat represents the classic Luang Prabang temple architecture with roofs that sweep low to the ground. In the compound stand several small chapels housing bronze Buddha images, which were displayed in Paris in 1911. Near the East gate stands the Royal Funeral Chapel. Inside are an impressive 12-meter high funeral chariot and various funeral urns of each Royal Family’s member. The gilt panel on the exterior of the chapel depicts a semi-erotic episode from Ramayana.

Then board a traditional riverboat for a trip upstream the Mekong River to visit the famous caves of Pak Ou, housing thousands of statues representing Lord Buddha. Overnight in Luang Prabang
Early morning, watch the procession of monks on their morning alms round. Transfer to the airport for departure flight to Siem Reap (QV513 1050-1415hrs). Upon arrival at Siem Reap International airport, you will be greeted by your tour guide and driver. You will then be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is time at leisure. Overnight in Siem Reap
Today, drive to Roluos Temple Complex, the earliest of the Angkor temples, visit three principal monuments, Bakong, Preah Ko and Lolei. Return to hotel to avoid the midday heat after having lunch.

In the afternoon, visit one of the modern seventh wonders of the world Angkor Wat, the most famous and the best-preserved of all temples within the Angkor complex. This late afternoon view the twilight on hilltop of Phnom Bakheng. Overnight in Siem Reap
Today, explore the great capital of Angkor Thom, South Gate, the magnificent temple of Bayon, originally there were 54 towers decorated with 216 enigmatic smiling faces, Baphoun, Royal Enclosure, Phimean Akas, Terrace of Elephant, and Terrace of Leper King.

Before having lunch, continue to the jungle temple Ta Prohm, one of the most fabulous temples in the area. The temple has been left several centuries and it was overgrown by vegetations, gigantic tree roots, creepers covering all over temple towers.

Afternoon, drive through the typical Khmer countryside to the exquisite Banteay Srei (Citadel of the Woman), the temple was made of pinkish sandstone with delicate carvings. On the way back to hotel, make a stop at local communities to observe how they produce rice products, sugar palms and other commodities. Banteay Samre, the end at Pre Rup, it is a great place to watch the twilight and the green rice-paddies surrounding. Overnight in Siem Reap
After breakfast, we head out to the Grand Circuit, visit the others amazing temples with different architectural art styles as well as Preah Khan, Neak Pean, an island temple with five square ponds set right middle of the last Baray, East Mebon. Return to hotel to avoid the midday heat after having lunch.

Afternoon, drive to the Great Tonle Sap Lake, take a boat trip to Floating Villages. On the way back, we experience with Oxcart ride to explore Cambodian life style for 30 minutes, enjoy a walking tour of a local Cambodian Village.

This is a chance to learn about village life, culture and traditions. Your trip also contributes to the village, helping the local community. There are lots of photo opportunities of people and landscapes. If time permitted, visit workshop of Artisans d’ Angkor. Overnight in Siem Reap
Today, visit the Angkor National Museum, the first museum in Siem Reap presenting a unique collection of invaluable art objects from the ancient Khmer Kingdom, and you will be deeply understanding of customs, traditions and different beliefs of the ancient empire.

Wat Thmei, the Killing Fields. The Buddhist Temple (Wat) is also known as the Killing Fields Pagoda as it contains a glass-walled stupa containing the bones, skulls of victims of the Khmer Rouge, which are gathered by local residents in memory of friends and family and villagers who died. This trip is all depending on your departure time. The trip ends after your transfer to Siem Reap Airport for flight departure.
-Hotel with daily breakfast (01 twin sharing superior room)
-All entrance fees throughout sightseeing sites
-Qualified and experienced English speaking guide
-Private transfer and transportation with air-conditioning round trip
-01 Buffet dinner with Cultural Apsara Dance Show
-Boat cruising at Tonle Sap Lake
-Daily Cold Mineral water during the tour
-International airfare
-Domestic & International Airport taxes
-Visa and visa fees
-Meals not indicated
-Personal expenses, such as laundry, telephone, drinks etc….
-Tips and gratuities
-Personal Insurance

This trip takes you to discover the best of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia just 11 days.

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Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 11
Maximum number of people: Unlimited
Location: Luang Prabang, Bangkok, Siem Reap, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia
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