Phnom Penh - Siem Reap 7 Days / 6 Nights

This tour is of 7 days 6 nights where visitors will get the best chance to explore city along with major attractions of ancient period which will include temple along with SIEM REAP. Tourist will also come across with Siem Reap 6 Days / 5 Night along with Siem Reap 10 Days / 9 Night. This tour will include Angkor Thom along with terrace of elephants along with royal enclosure and bayon temple. It will also cover independent monument along with City tour.



Once arrived at the Phnom Penh airport, we will move to the selected Hotel. Once settled, it’s time to discover the Phnom Penh city. There we will visit: Wat Phnom Pagoda - An ancient pagoda stands up on the hill, Wat Unalom pagoda- The oldest Buddhist foundation of the city, probably predating the abandonment of the capital at Angkor in 15th century, Independence monument- A lotus-shaped Stupa, stands at the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city. The founding date is variously mentioned as 1422 and 1443. This wat is the home to the Buddhist patriarch after which we walk alongside the riverfront, the confluence of the Tonle Sap, Mekong and Bassac rivers for taking fresh air.

We stay overnight in Phnom Penh


On the next day, we will commence our journey from a city tour to visit the national museum. Since about 1917, solely dedicated to Khmer arts. To make this morning exquisite, we will move ahead to Royal palace built in 1866 and silver pagoda positioned inside the Royal Palace. After capturing the beauty of these historical places, we will join Phsar Thmei which a fantastic marketplace.  This exclusive building is a metropolis landmark & the busiest market within the town with a completely unique art Deco version of a conventional marketplace and the market built in 1935-37, in the course of the French colonial period, Phsar Thmey is currently simply finished its revamping and become the central segment of the primary market building displays an extraordinary series of, jewelry, gemstones, and souvenirs. At the end of the 2nd day, we will move to visit the notorious Tuol Sleng and Cheung Ek was famous a killing field, where numerous were killed and buried in mass graves.

We stay overnight in Phnom Penh


On a 3rd day, after breakfast at the Hotel, we will move to the Bus Station to get the Limousine bus to go to Siem Reap which will take around 6 hours. Once visited, we will move to our selected Hotel for refreshment. After some rest, we will commence our tour from the Artisan d’angkor which has evolved from the ambitious perception that it is feasible to revive ancient Khmer arts & crafts at the same time as enhancing the lives of lots of people dwelling in rural areas. At the end of the day, we move vintage market and night market.

We stay overnight in Siem Reap


On the 4th day, after breakfast at the Hotel, it's time to commence the journey to the crowning jewel of Khmer architecture, Angkor Wat temple which is a national symbol and the spotlight of any visit to Cambodia. It is one of the biggest and most religiously significant of the Angkor temples,  impresses visitors each via its sheer scale and fantastically proportioned format, as well as the sensitive artistry of its carvings. While going towards the temple, first moves the considerable moat, continuing alongside a large causeway lined with Naga Balustrades. When entering the main building, we would move through the chain of galleries and courtyard before reaching the significant sanctuary where we will offer the eye-grabbing backed over the causeway and throughout the surrounding countryside. Then it's a turn to visit Ta Prohm Temple,

Which is one of the famous attractions of Angkor. It is built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th and early 13th centuries and originally called Rajavihara.

In the afternoon, we visit Angkor Thom which covers an area of 10 square km. This historical place has enclosed through a wall and huge moats.  This historical place has enclosed through a wall and huge moats. Then we go ahead by entering through a monumental south gate over a causeway lined on either facet with the aid of statues of demons and gods. Now we continue to the terrace of the elephants and the leper kings, former areas for public ceremonies, both adorned with dramatic bas reliefs. After this, we move to the Baphuon temple, which is the famous and compelling in Angkor, where we will explore the galleries of beautifully preserved bas-reliefs and ascend narrow stairs to move the imperative sanctuary, where you may locate giant stone faces smiling enigmatically down at you from each perspective.

We stay overnight in Siem Reap


On the 5th day, after breakfast, we start our journey to visit Roluos institution where we will find those monuments mark which is the start of classical artwork. Then the next destination to Lolei temple constructed on an islet with the aid of Yasovarman who was the founder of the first town of Angkor. The sandstone carvings within the niches of the temples are superb as are the Sanskrit inscriptions on the doorposts. The next one is the Preah ko temple erected with the aid of Indravarman in the late ninth century in determination to his deified ancestors in 880. There we will find inscriptions in Sanskrit on the doorsteps of each temple. Now next will be the Bakong temple which was built and committed to Shiva, really an eye-grabbing place to capture the beauty.

In the afternoon, we will go to Banteay Srei temple, seemingly miniature in comparison to the comparison to the Angkor temples. It is considered to be the jewel of classical Khmer art. It has built in purple sandstone, the walls are protected in exquisitely preserved carvings of uncommon delicacy.

We stay overnight in Siem Reap


On the 6th day, after having a breakfast at Hotel, we will move our way to the Preah Khan temple, which turned into referred to as an old brief town of king Jayavarman. We will keep to the Neak pean temple, which becomes one of the 102 historic hospitals of King Jayavarman, constructed for taking care of people's health. After this, we will move to Mebon temple and pre rup temple. These two temples had been constructed by using the same king ‘Rajendra Varman to devote his ancestors.

In the afternoon, we will continue to Meanchrey which is a mangrove for mass species of freshwater fishes and birds and embellished with ethnic stilted homes line over the water surface as much as the air. The villages are by and large Khmer and have about 3000 inhabitants between them, maximum of who stay in stilted homes. The humans depend largely on fishing and tourism for their incomes. We embark on the conventional wood boat thru the flooded forests of the excellent Tonle sap lake, a habitat of many bird species it'll move us to Chong kneas. Then we visit an island pagoda, a school, and conventional stilt homes to have interaction with the nearby households.

After this, we will go back to Siem for refreshment and overnight stay.


On the last day, we will take our breakfast at the Hotel, then pack up and move to Siem Airport for departure to our destinations. At the airport, we will end our tour.

Include & Exclude

Price Included:

  • Welcome Drinks and cool towel during the Trip.
  • All taxed included for 10% of government tax & 10% of service charge.
  • Complementary round-trip airport transfer
  • Transportation During Trip as mention in Itinerary and around Town 
  • Ticket Limousine Van from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap 
  • Professional English Tour Guide Daily ( Another Language On Request but in Extra Charge)
  • Private Boat and Tickets for Floating Village is included in the Package 
  • Temple entrance fee is included as itinerary
  • Interest place entrance fee at Phnom Penh & Siem Reap as itinerary

Price Excluded:

  • Flight in and out Cambodia
  • Visa fee and airport tax
  • Accommodation
  • Daily breakfast, all meals (Lunch & Dinner)
  • Personal expenses like drink, phone, laundry etc.
  • Tipping for tour guide and driver
  • Optional tour beside itinerary (on request)
  • Siem Reap
  • Classic Tours
  • 7 Days
  • ATP-10