Day 1: Phnom Penh Arrival
Upon arrival at the Phnom Penh International Airport, we will get transferred to the hotel. Then we have a city tour: visiting the only one hill in town with sacred sites called Wat Phnom, and to the Independent Monument. After the lunch break at a restaurant, in the afternoon, we visit Royal Palace, one of the most beautiful samples of Khmer palace, which allows us to visit the precious Throne Hall, Prasat Khemarin, Prasat Samren Phirum, Hor Preah Khan, Chan Chhaya, and Silver Pagoda where the king regularly does the warship. Then we move to the nearby National Museum where is collective of post-Ankorian antiques. Then we go through the River Front Park whose scenery is much worth shooting before experiencing the exciting boat cruise along the Mekong River bank to see the lovely Phnom Penh city at night with breathtaking view along the river. At the end of the day, we will have dinner at the local restaurant.
Day 2: Phnom Penh - Siem Riep
After the breakfast at the hotel, we will head to the airport for departure to Siem Reap. As we arrive Siem Reap, we start our tour to the most popular South Gate of Angkor Thom’s before going to Angkor Thom(the temple) which was built by Angkor's greatest king, Jayavarman VII. The major attraction of Angkor Thom is the Bayon, whose exact function and symbolism is still unknown until now. Then we go to Bapoun, which is one of the most spectacular of Ankor’s temples in its heyday; to Phimean Akas; to Terrace of Leper King, another mysterious site to find out. Our next site is Ta Prohm, which is best known for its originally charming look, with trees and roots intertwined with the carvings and chambers of the buildings. After the lunch time at the local food shop, now it is time to visit the World Seven Wonder-better known as Anokor Wat-that stands as the most important archaeological site in Southeast Asia. In the evening, comes the moment for the relaxing view from the Phnom Bakheng Hill. After a nice dinner with impressive Khmer Traditional Dancing, we continue to get touring around the city for shopping.
Day 3: Siem Riep Angkor - Phnom Penh
As soon as finishing the breakfast at the hotel, we visit Banteay Kdei Temple, a massive Buddhist temple, and Sras Srang( Pool of Ablutions,) measuring 800m by 400m. After that, we will continue the trip to visit Phnom Kulen National Park, Kulen Mountain, which is considered the most sacred mountain of the country. There is also a large waterfall nearby with carvings in the riverbed, making it a best-suited site for our lunch too. Next, We leave the Kulen Mountain for the exquisitely decorated pink sandstone temple of Banteay Srey, whose intricate carving has the example of Khmer classical art remaining and stands as the finest monument ever seen on the planet. The tour then moves on to Neak Pean Temple, a temple, consisting of a large square pool surrounded by four other smaller square pools before continuing to Preah Khan Temple, which one of the largest complexes at Ankor. Then we get departed to Phnom Penh.
Day 4: Phnom Penh Departure
We have breakfast at the hotel and then go shopping at the Central Market, which is the busiest market of Cambodia because of its varied staffs with bargains then we are free at leisure
till transferring time for departure.