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Northern Remote Temples - 6 Days
Trip Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
Starts/Ends: Siem Reap /Siem Reap or Phnom Penh
Tour Level: Moderate
Group Size: Minimum 2 persons, Maximum 15 persons
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: Depart Siem Reap to Siem Reap – Sisophon & Banteay Chhmar , we camp overnight within the temple area.
Day 2: Banteay Chhmar - Anlong Veng - Preah Vihear, we camp overnight at the foot of the mountain.
Day 3: Preah Vihear - Tbeng Meanchey, spend the night in a local hotel.
Day 4: Tbeng Meanchey - Koh Ker, we camp overnight within the temple area.
Day 5: Koh Ker - Preah Khan, we camp overnight within the temple area.
Day 6: Preah Khan - Prasat Damrei - Siem Reap or Phnom Penh, end of camping tours.
 
Details Itinerary:
 
Day 1: Siem Reap - Sisophon - Banteay Chhmar (L/D)
We head northwest of Siem Reap, stopping for a break in the town of Sisophon, also known as Svay or Mango to Khmers. We continue north to the atmospheric temple of Banteay Top, with a memorable location in the middle of the rice fields. We then carry on to the huge complex of Banteay Chhmar, meaning narrow fortress, which was an important city in the Khmer Empire during the reign of King Jayavarman VII. Our team set up camp while we explore this vast temple, including its famous bas-reliefs with elaborate Lokesvaras with 32 arms. Overnight in a camp
 
Day 2: Banteay Chhmar - Anlong Veng - Preah Vihear (B/L/D)
We enjoy early morning at the temple, perhaps taking in a sunrise. After breakfast we head west through the provincial capital of Samroang and the former Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Veng towards the mountaintop temple of Preah Vihear. We drive slowly and carefully up the steep road to the summit. Then we explore this majestic sight when all the other tourists have departed back to Thailand. Set on the cliffs of the Dangrek range, this is undoubtedly the most dramatic location of any of the ancient Khmer temples. The views are endless and we take in the sunset over the Cambodian plains below. We camp overnight at the foot of the mountain.
 
Day 3: Preah Vihear - Tbeng Meanchey (B/L/D)
We rise early to take in a stunning sunset at the mountain summit before breakfast. We journey down the mountain before heading south to the provincial capital of Preah Vihear, Tbeng Meanchey. We visit a local silk project for the disabled and disadvantaged called Joom Noon and spend the night in a local hotel.
Day 4: Tbeng Meanchey - Koh Ker (B/L/D)
After breakfast, we head west to Koh Ker, a 10th century capital abandoned in the remote north of Cambodia for more than a thousand years. Our team set up camp for us, while we enjoy a visit to the pyramid temple of Prasat Thom and take in sunset.
 
Day 5: Koh Ker - Preah Khan (B/L/D)
We rise early to see sunrise at the temple and then depart towards the village of Ta Seng where we have lunch and arrange some extra provisions for the night. We spend the afternoon exploring the most important temples at Preah Khan, including the Bayon-style four faces of Prasat Preah Stung and the central temple which was one of the biggest enclosures built during the Angkor period. It is thought this may have been a very important provincial city during the Khmer Empire. We camp overnight within the temple area.
 
Day 6: Preah Khan - Prasat Damrei - Siem Reap or Phnom Penh (B/L)
We visit one or two of the smaller temples in the Preah Khan area, including Prasat Damrei or elephant temple, with its elegant carved elephants. Only two remain, as others are now housed in the Musee Guimet in Paris and the National Museum in Phnom Penh. We then return to civilization National Highway 6 which connects Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Guests have the choice of turning northwest towards Siem Reap or southeast towards Kompong Thom and Phnom Penh.
 
Extend your Cambodia Tours in Siem Reap or Phnom Penh.
 
Please kindly read carefully with the below Price Included & Price Excluded.
 
What’s included?
English speaking guide
Private transfer and transportation with air-conditioning round trip
Meals as specified in the program
Entrance Fees
Drinking Water during sightseeing

What’s excluded?
International airfare
Domestic & International Airport taxes
Visa and visa fees
Personal expenses, such as laundry, telephone, drink etc....
Tips and gratuities 
Personal Insurance
 
 Note:
The entry points to obtain Visa and Application for Visas and Fee
At the airports: 
Phnom Penh International Airport 
Siem Reap International Airport
It is required for the visa applicants to submit passport, application forms, a recent passport-style color photograph, and such other documents as determined by the status of stay. 
Single entry visa fee for tourist: US$ 20/person
 
Airport Tax:
From Phnom Penh International Airport:
International Departure Tax US$25 per person 
Domestic US$6 per person 
From Siem Reap International Airport: 
International Departure Tax US$25 per person
Domestic US$6 per person
 
Meals:
If you have any specific food requirements (vegetarian, vegan, food allergies) please inform us in advance so that we can provide notice to our restaurant, tour guide or our partners so that they can serve you better. If you are a food lover, Asia Travel Needs can be your culinary guide and provide you the opportunity to savor tempting local food and world-famous dishes.
Meals are included as specified in the itinerary. Meal codes are: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner.
 
 

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