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Angkor in Style

Angkor in Style 4 days/ 3 nights by Mekong Delta Travel

Get the fascinating tour of sequence visits of Angkorian Temples with the main stop at Angkor Wat. Recognized as a World Heritage site by the UNESCO in 1992, Angkor Wat represents the national treasure of Cambodia. A 5-day tour to Siem Reap will definitely be a remembrance.

Day 1: Arrive Siem Reap (L,D)1

As we arrive in Siem Reap in the morning, we are accompanied by the guides to the hotel The same morning we are on tour to Rolous Group temples including the 9th-century-erected Preah Ko temple, Bakheng, the largest and most complex temple of the Rolous group temples, and the four-brick-tower temple of Lo Lei. After the lunch break, we will head to Small Circuit to witness the Prasat Kravan (Cardamon sanctuary), where we will experience the stunning image of the eight-armed Vishnu in the largest central tower. Then we get going to Banteay Kdei, a massive Buddist temple with four concentric walls, Srah Srang (Royal Bath), Ta Prohm, which is best known for its originally charming look, with trees and roots intertwined with the carvings and chambers of the buildings. Next, we move to just east of Ankor Thom where stand the Thommanon and Chau Say Tevoda that seem to be known as the twin temple, and to Takeo, the only temple never completed and yet one among the finest. Finally, we enjoy the nice dinner at Siem Reap town.
Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 2: Angkor Thom (B,L,D)2

In the early morning, we enjoy the view of sunset at Ankor Wat. Then 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 Terrace of Leper King, another mysterious site to find out; and to Terrace of Elephants that once served as the base for the king’s grand audience hall for the public ceremonies. Now it is time to visit the World Seven Wonder, better known as Anokor Wat, which is considered the most important archaeological site in Southeast Asia. In the evening, comes the moment for the relaxing view from the Phnom Bakheng Hill.

Day 3: Great Lake (B,L,D)3

In the early morning, we enjoy our time with sunrise at Angkor Wat then back to hotel for breakfast. After that, we are heading to Pre Rup(the pyramid-shaped temple,) then to East Mebon, Ta Som, Neak Pean, Preah Khan and Baksei Chamkrong that all represent the unique feature of Ankorian sites. The afternoon is the time to experience boat trip on the Great Lake Tonle Sap, which is renowned for its basin of fresh water fish (10 tons/ 1Square Km in the 60’s). Visitors may also view the fresh water exhibition where we can see various kinds of fish in Tonlesap Lake. before continuing to visit the Floating Village. After enjoying the sunset at Phnom Krom, we dine out at a restuarant with Khmer Traditional Dance Show.

Day 4: Siem Reap – Departure (B)

In the morning, with our leisure time, we enjoy the sightseeing around Siem Reap until the transfer time for departure

GroupCost: US$ per pax 1 pax 2 pax 3-6 pax 7-10 pax Single Supplement
Deluxe A 924 548 535 502 340
Deluxe B 878 518 506 472 325
Deluxe C 690 434 420 378 222
First A 486 324 304 270 150
First B 434 289 275 244 110
Superior 396 265 251 220 100
Standard 355 242 230 195 70

Tours Price Include :

- Entrance fees to tour sites
- Hotel accommodation (Twin Sharing Basis )
- Lunches and Dinners at local restaurant
- Accommodation Tax
- Private ground transport with air-con vehicle
- Tours Guide (English/French/Japanese)

Tours Price Exclude:

- Cambodia visa fee US$20 /pax (Upon arrival)
- Compulsory gala dinner on 24 Dec and 31 Dec
- International Airport Tax
- Domestic Airport Tax
- Personal expenses such as drinks at meals,
- Camera fee to tour sites

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