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11 days / 10 nights
that will take you through Cambodia's main regions

Custom itineraries & departures are available upon request.

Costs for a party of 3 or more available upon request.

Costs based on a minimum of 2 persons traveling together, excluding international airfare.

Siem Reap - Angkor - Sihanoukville - Phnom Penh or Koh Kong - Phnom Penh

Present day Cambodia is the successor state to the mighty Khmer empire which once ruled vast swathes of land across what is now Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. The remains of this empire can be seen at the fabled temples of Angkor – monuments that are unrivalled in scale and grandeur anywhere else in Southeast Asia. The country covers a land area of 181,035 sq-km. It is bounded in the west by Thailand; the north by both Thailand and Laos; the east by Vietnam and in the south by the Gulf of Thailand. Administratively, the country is composed of 24 provinces, 26 municipalities, 159 districts, 1,633 communes, and 14,221 villages. Cambodia’s two dominant topographical features are the Mekong River and Tonle Sap Lake.

Day 1: Arrival Siem Reap

Arrival in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Met by your guide and transferred to your hotel. welcome and transfer by Luxury Vehicle with your tour guide to the hotel to freshen up. Take a sunset cruise on Lake Tonle Sap by Private Amanbala boat.
At 16h00: Transfer by luxury vehicle to Tonle Sap, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia.
Phum Baitang Resort, Pool Villa room

Day 2: Tour of Siem Reap Angkor

Depart to visit Banteay Srei; ‘the Womans Citadel’ - a tiny, enchanting temple, which is one of the jewels in this remarkable city. This is the most Indian of all the temples in Angkor. Continue to Banteay Samre, - a Hindu temple in the Angkor Wat style. Named after the Samré, an ancient people of Indochina, the temple uses the same materials as Banteay Srei. Visit the monumental magnificence of the 12th century Angkor Thom - last capital of the Khmers, with its Elephant Terrace, the Terrace of the Leper King and the stunning Bayon temple. In the evening, enjoy the Phare Circus Show and learn about their performers use of theater, music, dance and modern circus arts to tell uniquely Cambodian stories from the ancient to the modern.
Phum Baitang Resort, Pool Villa room (B,L)

Day 3: Siem Reap Angkor

Breakfast at hotel. Visit Ta Prohm, the temple that has been left largely in its natural state since its “re-discovery” by French explorers. Surrounded by jungle, its labyrinth of stone hallways is overgrown with the roots and limbs of massive banyan trees, which envelop the stone like tentacles. It is one of the largest temples at Angkor, dedicated in 1186. Visit the Angkor Wat, the largest temple in the world, with a volume of stone equaling that of the Cheops pyramid in Egypt. Intricate bas-reliefs surround Angkor Wat on four sides, each of them depicting a story. Farewell dinner.
Phum Baitang Resort, Pool Villa room (B,L,D)

Day 4: Siem Reap – Sihanoukville

Breakfast at hotel and morning at leisure. Depart for Sihanoukville and met on arrival. You will be transferred to the ferry dock and depart by a speedboat across the Bay of Cambodia to Six Senses Krabey Island. Six Senses Krabey Island blends into the lush canopy of trees and tropical landscape. The 12-hectare private resort features 40 free-standing pool villas, an extensive Six Senses Spa, a sunset bar, two unique restaurants, an ice cream parlor, horizon lap pool, outdoor fitness circuit, oceanfront boardwalk, beachfront sundeck, open-air cinema and sky observatory. The rest of the day free at your own leisure on Island. Lunch and dinner on your own account.
Six Senses Krabey Island, Ocean Pool Villa (B)

Day 5 & 6: Sihanoukville

Breakfast at hotel. Enjoy two days at your own leisure on the island. The resort offers a variety of activities including water sports (snorkeling, kayaking, and boat excursions) and cooking lessons.
Six Senses Krabey Island, Ocean Pool Villa (B)

Day 7: Sihanoukville – Koh Kong (Shinta Mani Wild)

Transfer by speedboat to the main land and drive to Shinta Mani Wild. Shinta Mani Wild Bensley Collection, Kirirom, Bokor and Cardamom make up three of Cambodia’s oldest and most important parks wilderness areas of South East Asia. A wild coast of pristine estuaries gives way to a mountain range covered in rainforest that is one of the few remaining habitats in Cambodia for wild elephants, bears, gibbons, tigers and numerous other species. Your accommodations are in 100sqm, custom designed tents are perched over the swift moving waters and waterfalls, providing a view and experience unlike any other resort in Asia. Each tent has been meticulously designed to invoke the feeling of what it would have been like to be on a luxury safari in the jungles of Cambodia with Jacky O’.
Shinta Mani Wild Bensley Collection – Wild Tent room (B,L,D)

Day 8-10: Koh Kong (Shinta Mani Wild)

Breakfast at the resort. Enjoy your simply relaxation or activities planned for today. A wide range of activities are available for guests to choose from at Shinta Mani Wild, all of which are included in your sty. Just a few of them are below: Patrolling with the guides Wildlife Alliance, a wildlife NGO dedicated to stopping and catching poachers and illegal loggers in the area. Explore the upper reaches of a nearby estuary by boat. Foraging expedition with the master chef. On your return prepare to enjoy a cooking class unlike any other. Nature hikes with naturalist- guides. Spa treatments. Shinta Mani Wild Bensley Collection – Wild Tent room (B,L,D)

Day 11: Koh Kong (Shinta Mani Wild) – Phnom Penh Departure

Breakfast at your hotel and transfer to Phnom Penh International Airport for your onward flight.