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  • Siem Reap: Evening Street Food Tour

    1. Siem Reap: Evening Street Food Tour

    Sample some of Siem Reap’s finest street food on an evening tour of some of its night markets. During the tour, experience how Cambodian food has been influenced by Vietnamese, Chinese, French and Thai cuisines to form a unique style and flavor. Zip off the usual tourist trail and straight into foodie heaven. A local food-loving guide will uncover hidden treasures and snacks favored by locals, such as yellow bean cake or Khmer rice cake. Taste the seasonal fruits grown in and around Siem Reap, such as dragon fruit, mango, and tiny (but sweet) pineapples. The brave can try the stinky king of all fruit - the mighty durian! Learn about the spices used in local recipes and hear about traditional remedies. Next, go to a local picnic spot and wander around the food stalls, where you might find fried tarantulas, fried crickets, green mango with chili and salt, ducks eggs and much more. Save...

    Had a great experience on the tour, group of 7ppl, it was a great group and even better guide. Toau was our guide and did a fabulous job, he was passionate about the tour and was very mindful of what he made us tried anything they he thought would not be hygienic he replaced it with something else. Had a fabulous night

  • Private Tour: Siem Reap City Tour Full-Day

    2. Private Tour: Siem Reap City Tour Full-Day

    Following a hotel pick-up at 09:00 from Siem Reap City area hotel, your first stop will be Angkor Silk Farm. This silk farm is a worthwhile place to see a slice of Cambodian rural industry. Next, you head to Artisans Angkor, a semi-public company originally created to help young Cambodian people find work near their home village in Siem Reap province. You will visit the Cambodian Cultural Village, which is an amusement park in Siem Reap, where you can learn more about the Cambodian culture. Next up, you will visit The War Museum Cambodia. Civil War Museum, Siem Reap is one of the popular tourist attractions in Siem Reap. Visit this sightseeing spot to get a better insight into the history of the region. Continue to Wat Thmey (Killing Fields). At the pagoda Wat Thmey in Siem Reap you will find a small memorial stupa which contains the skulls and bones of victims killed during the regime o...

  • Koh Ker & Beng Mealea Full Day Private Tour

    3. Koh Ker & Beng Mealea Full Day Private Tour

    You depart from your hotel in private transportation for a full day excursion to explore the remote temples of Koh Ker and Being Mealea. Your first stop is Koh Ker temple. This 7-tier-pyramid temple was once known as Chok Gargyar and was once the Khmer capital. It is a mysterious and remote archaeological site, which you will be able to explore without the crowds. Over 30 structures are within the ruins of the sacred building and it is possible to climb to the summit to take in the rewarding views. You stop for a short break for you to enjoy your lunch. Your next stop is Beng Mealea, which means ‘Lotus Pond’, its amazing ruins and underground passageways offer a unique experience for visitors to get lost in time. In its chaotic state, with collapsed galleries and towers, covered with a spread of vegetation there is something mysterious and enchanting about Beng Mealea. There are some s...

    I had a great time. The guide was very knowledgeable and explained everything very well. It was well organized- no problems with pick-up, tickets etc. Both temples are well worth visiting.

  • Siem Reap: 4.5-Hour Countryside Vespa Excursion

    4. Siem Reap: 4.5-Hour Countryside Vespa Excursion

    This unique countryside tour heightens your senses as you experience many local flavors and smells. Take in the rural life which is almost too remote to reach any other way than on the back of a modern Vespa. The tour starts by visiting a landmine clearing organization that uses rats to sniff out deadly landmine explosives. After learning about how these amazing rats are helping people all over Cambodia, your driver will use the back streets to lead you out of the city and into the beautiful countryside. The second stop of the tour is at a stunning and peaceful pagoda where you will be taught about the Khmer spiritual belief systems. Receive a Buddhist blessing by a local monk to give you good luck for the rest of your trip. Following the blessing, you will be taken deeper into the countryside to see how families in the remote villages make a living. Get the chance to meet a family of ...

  • Siem Reap: 2-Day Angkor Sunrise, Banteay Srey, & Beng Mealea

    5. Siem Reap: 2-Day Angkor Sunrise, Banteay Srey, & Beng Mealea

    Day 1: Starting at 8:00 AM, your driver and tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation to purchase a 2-day temple pass before driving the 37 kilometers to the Banteay Srey Temple, followed by the Beng Mealea jungle temple. This temple is largely overrun by vegetation, and is very rarely visited by tourists. After touring this construction, which has an "adventurous lost temple" feel for photographers, your guide will work closely with you to discuss your lunch stop at a local restaurant. On the way, you will stop at Kampong Phluk, a floating village on Tonle Sap Lake. Here, you can watch the sun set over the largest lake in East Asia. You will then be brought to your accommodation, or can alternatively request to be dropped off somewhere nearby in the city. Day 2: It is suggested to start early on your second day. At around 5:00 AM, your dr...

  • Angkor Zipline Eco-Adventure Canopy Tour

    6. Angkor Zipline Eco-Adventure Canopy Tour

    Enjoy a zipline canopy tour located inside the Angkor Archaeological Park, which is not far from the majestic temples such as Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. Your journey will start at your hotel where you will be picked up in an air-conditioned van. When you arrive at the Operation Orchid House, you will be promptly greeted by the team. After the registration is complete, you will be personally fitted in your harness and will be given equipment by the safety rangers. Then, you will proceed to a safety demonstration platform, where the safety rangers will perform a safety demonstration. After everyone understands the rules and procedure, you will be accompanied by two highly trained professionals to the adventure in the treetops. You will soar like an eagle through the Angkor Wat Park rain forest, a home to wildlife. At the last platform, you'll be abseiling down to the ground before trekki...

    The pick up was on time...well actually ahead of time. The entire experience was seamless and the service wonderful.

  • Siem Reap: Prek Toal Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve Tour

    7. Siem Reap: Prek Toal Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve Tour

    The Bird Sanctuary at the Prek Toal Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve is one of the most important breeding grounds in the whole of Southeast Asia for endangered waterbirds. Many different species of rare birds can be found there, including but not limited to the Black-headed Ibis, Painted Stork, Greater and Lesser Adjuncts, Spot-billed Pelican, Milky Stork and the Grey-Headed Fish Eagle. Prek Toal is a must-see location for any avid birdwatchers visiting Siem Reap or Cambodia. The tour of Prek Toal will begin at 6:00am with your hotel or guesthouse pick-up in an air-conditioned vehicle. Friendly, knowledgeable and English-speaking tour guides (and Khmer of course) will ensure that you enjoy your tour, pointing out areas of local interest along the way and answering any questions you may have. It takes about 20 minutes to reach the port of Chong Khneas, and upon arrival, you will exit the veh...

  • From Siem Reap: Small-Group Phnom Kulen Waterfall Day Tour

    8. From Siem Reap: Small-Group Phnom Kulen Waterfall Day Tour

    Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Siem Reap in the morning, and journey towards Kulen Mountain. Get amazing views of the surroundings on the 2-hour drive, including the River of a Thousand Lingas and the statue of the Grand Reclining Buddha. Learn more about the historical and cultural significance of each landmark from your expert guide. Arrive at the vast plateau of Phnom Kulen, overlooking the plain of Angkor, and discover the 28 ancient temples and rivers that crisscross the beautiful landscape. Get your first sight of the Phnom Kulen waterfall as it tumbles down the rocks. Plunge into the pools and cool off from the midday sun before the return trip to Siem Reap. 

    There were only 3 of us on the tour so it was really nice. The guide showed us everything in our own time and made it very interesting.

  • Siem Reap: Floating Village, Sunset Boat Tour, and More

    9. Siem Reap: Floating Village, Sunset Boat Tour, and More

    Following a pickup at your hotel by jeep, head south of Siem Reap through the picturesque Cambodian countryside. Stop at a local family house surrounded by rice paddies where you can sip on cold coconut or a local juice, meet the family, and spend time learning about their farming life. The next stops on the itinerary include a local mushroom farm and factory where you’ll learn how mushrooms are grown using technical methods, and a rice wine distillery where you can try local rice wine. Continue the drive to the floating villages at Tonle Sap lake, the largest lake in Southeast Asia. Here you’ll get a fascinating insight into local life in this region and your guide will describe in more detail the phenomenon of this lake and why it is vital to Cambodia’s survival. You’ll gain a deeper perspective on Cambodia as you cruise along the river. To complete the evening, take a spectacular b...

  • Sunset Dinner Tour: Tonle Sap Lake Floating Village

    10. Sunset Dinner Tour: Tonle Sap Lake Floating Village

    Hear the sounds of water lapping up against the side of the boat and watch in awe as the incredible floating village rises against the backdrop of the great Tonle Sap Lake. In this idyllic village less than 10miles (15km) from Siem Reap, explore the village on this fantastic Sunset Tour. Departing from your hotel or guesthouse around 15.30, take a comfortable air-conditioned car or minibus drive with your knowledgeable guide, who will be able to help point out the culture and life all around you in English (and Khmer, of course!). See this incredible village in a very special way. Pass by rice paddies and lotus fields for the opportunity to stop and take photographs of the lotus flower, highly important in Buddhist culture (please note that depending on the time of year, the views of the lotus and rice fields will vary). Upon arrival at the port, transfer to a mini Tara boat driven by...

    My wife and I had a great time on this adventure that was full of info, some tips and 'secrets' as well as generally had a great time with the host/guide Pol (aka Mr Friday!). It was made especially special because we were the only guests on the tour, picked up by private 'limousine' at our hotel Templation, driving off towards Tonle Sap lake, stopping at a restaurant famous for the Lotus Flowers it also cultivates - learning why the Lotus is such an important flower, how versatile it is. We also heard the tales of the bloody civil war and at times tense situation between the Khmer and Vietnamese families of the lake. Living as they have been for decades, the 900 or so families living on the lake are Vietnamese, yet have no passports and are granted to stay on the lake by the Cambodian government. Had a thrilling time seeing the Crocodiles of the Croc farm before getting to the Queen Tara where we enjoyed our dinner and free flow beverages/alcohol watching the sunset.

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My wife and I had a great time on this adventure that was full of info, some tips and 'secrets' as well as generally had a great time with the host/guide Pol (aka Mr Friday!). It was made especially special because we were the only guests on the tour, picked up by private 'limousine' at our hotel Templation, driving off towards Tonle Sap lake, stopping at a restaurant famous for the Lotus Flowers it also cultivates - learning why the Lotus is such an important flower, how versatile it is. We also heard the tales of the bloody civil war and at times tense situation between the Khmer and Vietnamese families of the lake. Living as they have been for decades, the 900 or so families living on the lake are Vietnamese, yet have no passports and are granted to stay on the lake by the Cambodian government. Had a thrilling time seeing the Crocodiles of the Croc farm before getting to the Queen Tara where we enjoyed our dinner and free flow beverages/alcohol watching the sunset.

Really good tour. The company was on time for pick-up and we could get a good spot to see Angkor Wat during sunset. For the remaining time, we saw all main temples on the Angkor complex and took many good pictures. Our guide was particularly good for that! As feedback, the tour did not last as originally stated. For day 1 we were supposed to finish at 13 hrs; instead we were heading back by 11:40 am; we did not get enough time to appreciate the Bayon temple as we were rushing to the van to head back to the hotel. On day 2 we were heading at 3:30 but we could've stayed more in my opinion. As an advice to fellow travelers, I would spare an additional day to go back to the temples you liked the most (or to other additional temples, as there are many) either on your own or with a private guide.

Everything went like clockwork. From pickup up at our out of the way B&B to drop of at our hotel. Good handoff at the cruise.

Our guide was amazing - BAP. He was able to be flexible with the tour and give us very good information. Thanks again.

Very good guide. On the other hand, an unexplained error occurred: the payment was made in Russian rubles ...