Found 11 activities in cambodia

Small Group Tour Phnom Penh Full-Day

PhnomPenh
Cambodia’s busy capital Phnom Penh is located at the junction of the Mekong and Tonlé Sap rivers. Here is where you can enjoy the majestic beauty of Khmer architecture reflected in Phnom Penh’s tourist attractions such as the ornate Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda or the National Museum of Cambodia, which displays artefacts from around the country.
Spend the whole day discovering Phnom Penh's past and present. Take a look at some of the Khmer Rouge’s infamous sombre locations and learn about the region's dark history as well as its current politics. Then get out of the capital, pay a visit to an island on the Mekong, where you'll experience the local residents’ life along the river.
Best for: History ,City Breaks ,Responsible ,Classic Cultures

3-Day Siem Reap Tour: Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, Bayon and Tonle Sap

Siem Reap
Best known as the gateway to the ruins of Angkor – a symbol of Cambodia’s tourism, the resort town of Siem Reap lies in northwestern Cambodia. Angkor Wat (or Capital Temple) is the world’s largest religious monument originally constructed as a Hindu temple for the Khmer Empire, which was then gradually transformed into a Buddhist temple towards the end of the 12th century.
This 3-day Siem Reap adventure offers you a chance to witness the Khmer Kingdom’s symbol including the Bayon, Ta Prohm and Pre Rup. Another worthy place to visit in Siem Reap is the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Tonlé Sap (by boat), after enjoying a jungle hike to the River of a Thousand Lingas.
Our group is limited to 12 people, which means each of you can get special attention from our professional tour guide. You’ll have 02 overnight stays including breakfast and lunch. As you discover the Angkor, you’ll also have some time to savour the appetising Khmer cuisines.
Best for: History ,City Breaks ,Responsible ,Classic Cultures

Private Tour: Angkor Wat and The Royal Temples Full-Day

Siem Reap
Best known as the gateway to the ruins of Angkor – a symbol of Cambodia’s tourism, the resort town of Siem Reap lies in northwestern Cambodia. Angkor Wat (or Capital Temple) is the world’s largest religious monument originally constructed as a Hindu temple for the Khmer Empire, which was then gradually transformed into a Buddhist temple towards the end of the 12th century. Follow your guide through Bayon and Baphuon temples before venturing into the Royal Enclosure and Phimeanakas.
Best for: History ,Classic Cultures

Phare: The Cambodian Circus Show

See the remarkable Phare, a circus arts troupe that performs a variety of shows throughout the year, perform a lively show blending circus arts with riveting theatre, dance and music to tell Cambodian historical, folk and modern stories. Most of these young circus artists, who will astonish you on stage with their energy, emotion and talent, are with challenging social and economic backgrounds. You’ll also learn how Phare Ponleu Selpak (PPS), a non-profit association, works with vulnerable children and young adults, helping Cambodian youth transform their lives through art.
Best for: History ,Classic Cultures

Private tour - Angkor Wat Helicopter Flight Full-Day

Siem Riep
Best known as the gateway to the ruins of Angkor – a symbol of Cambodia’s tourism, the resort town of Siem Reap lies in northwestern Cambodia. Angkor Wat (or Capital Temple) is the world’s largest religious monument originally constructed as a Hindu temple for the Khmer Empire, which was then gradually transformed into a Buddhist temple towards the end of the 12th century.
Explore the magnificent temples by land and take pleasure in the aerial views of Angkor Archaeological Park on a 20-minute helicopter flight. You’ll visit the famous Bayon in the capital city of the Khmer Empire Angkor Thom, as well as Ta Prohm and the UNESCO World Heritage Site Angkor Wat.
Best for: History ,Adventure ,Classic Cultures

Small Group Tour - Angkor Temple - Wonder of The World

Siem Reap
Uncover the ancient mysteries of Angkor on full-day tour of its sacred temples from Siem Reap. Accompanied by an accomplished guide, marvel at the astounding architecture of the temple complex; gaze at the colossal Angkor Wat and decipher the enigmatic faces of the Bayon Temple. Explore the atmospheric Ta Prohm area, where trees intertwine their trunks with ancient ruins, and appease an appetite for authenticity with a traditional Cambodian lunch at Sras Stang.

Best for: Classic Cultures

Small Group Tour - Siem Reap Bike Ride

Siem Reap
Escape the tourist trail for a scenic sojourn in the Cambodian countryside on this easy 4.5-hour bike excursion from Siem Reap. Wind your way down dirt tracks and hidden trails on an 18-mile (30-km) circuit through rural villages, rice paddies and sugar plantations. Stop along the way to meet the locals, sample typical Cambodian snacks (included) and witness traditional crafts like basket weaving. This small-group tour is limited to 14 people for a personalized experience. 


Best for: Cycling ,Classic Cultures

Small Group Tour - Siem Reap Street Food

Siem Reap
Feast your senses on the enticing smells and explosive flavors of Cambodian cuisine on a 3-hour evening tour of Siem Reap’s street food district. Climb aboard a motorized rickshaw and delve into the cultural melting pot of street food with an expert gastronomic guide. Pleasure you palate with local delicacies and sweet desserts, savoring the flavor of skewered meat, fried crickets and soft-boiled duck eggs. Numbers are limited to only 12 food-lovers per tour to ensure you enjoy an intimate experience on this small-group excursion. 

Best for: Classic Cultures

Small Group Tour - Cambodian Village Cooking Class

Siem Reap
Gain hands on experience in the art of Cambodian cuisine during a 3-hour cooking lesson with a local chef. In the morning or afternoon, travel round-trip by tuk-tuk from your hotel to a rural village outside Siem Reap. You’ll take part in an interactive workshop with a small group of food lovers and enjoy your 3-course meal afterward.
Best for: Classic Cultures

Phnom Penh Highlight

Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh was once considered as one of the most beautiful cities in the Orient, and despite its recent turbulent history, it still retains a colonial charm. Cambodia’s capital is a bustling city, majestically located at the confluence of the mighty rivers of the Mekong and Tonlé Sap. Wide tree-lined boulevards and many colonial-era buildings reflect the glorious days and add to the allure of the city, where Asian and Western traditions meet in a fascinating way.
Best for: History ,Family ,Honeymoon