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Cambodia Honeymoon Tours - 14 Days / 13 Nights

Trip Duration: 14 Days / 13 Nights
Starts/Ends: Siem Reap /Phnom Penh

Tour Level:
Tour Operates:
All year round
Tour Types: Private
Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry form)
Trip price: Available up on request
Prices vary frequently. Please contact us to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific tripping needs.

Brief Itinerary:
Day 1: Arrive in Siem Reap – The rest of the day is free.
Day 2: Angkor Temples (B)
Day 3: Angkor Temples (B)
Day 4: Beng Mealea & Flooded Forests (B)
Day 6: Bamboo Train - Phnom Penh (B)
Day 7: Phnom Penh City Tour (B)
Day 8: Four Rivers Floating Eco-Lodge (B)
Day 9: 4 Rivers Floating Eco-Lodge (B)
Day 10: Koh Kong - Sihanoukville - (B)
Day 11: Sihanoukville – Free day (B)
Day 12: Sihanoukville to Kep (B)
Day 13: Rabbit Island -  Kep (B)
Day 14: Kep - Phnom Penh -Home (B)

Day by day itinerary:

Day 1: Arrive in Siem Reap – The rest of the day is free.
Arrive at Siem Reap International airport where you will be greeted by your tour guide and driver. You will then be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is free. Overnight in Siem Reap

Day 2: Angkor Temples (B)
Today, visit 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.
Late afternoon visit Banteay Kdei, 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. The day ends with sunset drinks at beautiful spot by the water’s edge of Angkor Wat moat.

Day 3: Angkor Temples (B)
Today, drive through the typical Khmer countryside to the exquisite Banteay Srei, the temple was made of pinkish sandstone with delicate carvings. On the way back, make a stop at local communities to observe how they produce rice products, sugar palms and other commodities. Visit Banteay Samre and Pre Rup.
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.  Overnight in Siem Reap

Day 4: Beng Mealea & Flooded Forests (B)
Today, drive to Beng Mealea, a large ruinous temple overrun by vegetations. After having lunch, board a long tail boat to explore Tonle Sap Lake and visit Kompong Phluk, an isolated community of three villages built on stilts. These scenic villages are flooded for around half the year (Aug/Sept - Feb) and you'll board a local boat to explore the local community and flooded mangrove forests. Overnight in Siem Reap

Day 5: Overland travel to Battambang (B)
After breakfast, overland excursion to Battambang. After having lunch, we travel to the mountain temple of Wat Banan. This small, graceful temple offers excellent views of the surrounding countryside. Next, visit Phnom Sampeou Mountain, the fantastic views and home to the "Killing Caves”, a cavern in which a golden reclining Buddha lies peacefully next to glass fronted memorial filled with the bones and skulls of victims of the Khmer Rouge who were beaten to death and thrown through the overhead skylight.

Day 6: Bamboo Train - Phnom Penh (B)

This morning you experience something very different: Battambang’s bamboo train. Strap a motorboat engine to a light metal frame with bamboo laths and you have a bamboo train. An ingenious way of making use of the single track, you'll be transported on a track that winds through beautiful countryside, twisting and dropping in every direction. If you meet someone coming the other way, the lightest has to be lifted off the track to allow the other through. A unique and memorable experience, although not a cultural high, it may still be one of your favourite holiday experiences. From here you are driven to Phnom Penh capital. Overnight in Phnom Penh

Day 7: Phnom Penh City Tour (B)
After breakfast, Cyclo ride about 35 minutes and make a stop at Wat Phnom for taking a photo. We ride further to the fascinating Khmer Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and National Museum.

After lunch, visit the sobering and poignant Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, a testament to Cambodia’s bloody past. The tour ends at the Choeung Ek Killing Fields just outside the city. This is now a Buddhist memorial park that has been constructed around the mass graves of the thousands of victims. Dozens of mass graves are visible above ground, several which have not yet been excavated. The field is marked by a Buddhist Stupa that has glass walls and is filled with over 5,000 skulls.  If time permitted, explore the central market where you will find antiquities, silver and gold jewelry, gems, silk, kramas, stone and wood carvings, as well as T-Shirts, CDs and other souvenirs. Overnight in Phnom Penh

Day 8: Four Rivers Floating Eco-Lodge (B)
Today, we drive about 5 hours down to the rural southwest coast. Leave the Capital behind and enter an undeveloped world of rolling hills, rivers and farming villages.

On arrival at Tatai enjoy a short boat transfer to the luxury 4 Rivers Floating Eco-Lodge for 2 nights. Eco-tourism has come a long way and 4 Rivers is a luxury, boutique resort that just happens to be floating on a beautiful river in one of the most unspoilt corners of Cambodia. In tune with its natural surrounding it offers a wonderful window into a disappearing world.
This evening relax on the restaurant terrace, the prime position to watch the sun set over the river and sink into the mangrove forests. Dinner will be served at the wonderful restaurant that specializes in a fusion of Khmer and French cuisine.

Day 9: 4 Rivers Floating Eco-Lodge (B)
A full day to relax and enjoy this small part of Eden. Perhaps kayak down the river with or without an experienced local guide and explore the mangrove waterways that reach back into the jungle or join a boat excursion to Tatai Waterfall, Koh Kong Island or local markets in nearby villages. Maybe just enjoy a refreshing swim in the river and lounge on the terrace soaking up the tropical sunshine, before taking a long leisurely lunch.

Day 10: Koh Kong - Sihanoukville - (B)
Today, travel to Ream National Park. The Park is a lush green ecosystem encompassing 21,000 hectares of coastal area, mangrove forests, tropical jungle, off-shore coral reefs, two islands and the Prek Teuk Sap Estuary.
Enjoy a boat ride along the freshwater canal, passing through a mangrove forest and stopping to visit a bird sanctuary. En route you are likely to see many species of birds, flying fish and even dolphins if you are very lucky. Your boat will stop at an unspoiled white sandy beach where you can enjoy swimming, sunbathing and a picnic lunch.

In the afternoon, take a 30 minute walk through the jungle via a shaded trail, crossing the headland to arrive at the fishing village of Thmor Thom where your boat is waiting for you. Return back to your vehicle and return to Sihanoukville, via the waterfalls at Kbal Chhay, arriving at your hotel in the late afternoon.

Day 11: Sihanoukville – Free day (B)
Your day is at leisure.

Day 12: Sihanoukville to Kep (B)
After breakfast, we depart Sihanoukville heading to the north and drive pass through the small town of Veal Renh and then turn east towards Kampot. This pretty road passes under the shadow of Bokor Mountain and hugs the coastline for much of its length. We may stop in Kampot for refreshments and a stroll along the riverfront before continuing to the old French beach resort of Kep. 

Day 13: Rabbit Island -  Kep (B)
Today, we drive to the boat pier to board a local boat for the journey to Koh Tonsay or Rabbit Island. The boat drives across calm waters to this beautiful palm-fringed island, home to a small community of fisher folk and farmers. We leave some time free to enjoy the white-sand beaches that ring the island. Then, we travel back to Kep by boat. 

In the afternoon, we leave Kep and travel to the little town of Kompong Trach. For a long time this place was forgotten, as the civil war kept it off the map, but the new border crossing with Vietnam has seen a bit of a boom. We stop to visit the interesting cave temple of Wat Kirisan, built into the base of Phnom Sor. We travel through a small cave to a hidden chamber open to the elements, the sheer walls dripping with foliage. There are several hidden shrines here, as well as the Cave of Thousand Rice fields, where locals claim the limestone looks like terraces.
We then journey to Phnom Chhnork, a large cave that contains a 7th century brick temple in remarkable condition. This hidden temple is a very sacred place for local Khmers. Overnight in Kep

Day 14: Kep - Phnom Penh -Home (B)
This morning you will be transferred back to Phnom Penh International airport in time for your flight home.

Please kindly read carefully with the below Trip Inclusions & Trip Exclusions.

Trip Inclusions:
Accommodation with daily breakfast (Base on Twin sharing)
Tours with English speaking guide
Ground transport with air-con vehicle as stated in itinerary
All entrance fees to tour sites throughout
Boat cruise
2 bottles of water/ person/day on tour
Cold tissues during the tour

Trip Exclusions:

International airfare
Domestic & International Airport taxes
Visa and visa fees
Meals and beverages
Personal expenses, such as laundry, camera, telephone, drink etc....
Tips and gratuities 
Personal Insurance
Peak season surcharge during Dec and Jan
Compulsory dinner for Xmas and New Year Eve
All other accounts are not mentioned in the above inclusion

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