4-Days Trip All Major Temples + Bayon (Smilling Temple)

4-Days Trip All Major Temples + Bayon (Smilling Temple)

ITINERARY: ( Free Pick Up / Drop Off At Airport )
Day 1:
Departure at 8:00am after your breakfast, our guide will meet you in the lobby of your accommodation (hotel or guesthouse) and then take you to buy a ticket to visit the temple.
 
In the morning:
Explore Angkor Thom- (Angkor means City, Thom means Big) Angkor Thom means big city and there are many different Hindu and Buddhist temples in the city. First stop at the south gate of Angkor Thom for you to see the beautiful smiling face of the Buddha on top of the gate with reflection in the water and then proceed to the inner city. Visit Bayon or Smile Temple- a Buddhist temple built in the late 12th to early 13th centuries by Jayavarman VII. Baphuon Temple- a Hindu temple built before Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom in the 11th century by Hindu king, continues to visit Phimeanakas Temple, Enclosure Wall Of Royal Palace, Elephent & Liper King Terrace.
 
In the afternoon:
After a few hours busy with the temple in the morning around 12 :00 pm we'll have lunch at the local restaurent nearby the next temple.

After lunch, around 1:30 pm we continue to visit the world famous temple of Angkor Wat- here is the most attractive temple and also one of the seven wonders of the world. Finally, continue to Sunset at Bak Kheng Mountain- we climb to the top of the mountain and the temple to see the sunset.  After sunset, around 6:00 pm, it gets darker, then we descend from the top of the mountain and return to your hotel or guesthouse at 6:30pm-7:00pm.
Day 2: Our tours start at 8:00am after your breakfast, our guide will meet you in the lobby of your accommodation (hotel or guesthouse) and then take you to buy a ticket to visit the Waterfall,

In the morning:
Enjoy Phnom Kulen
 natural resort, about 65 km from Siem Reap. This is an ancient city called "Mahendrapavata", which means the great mountain of Indra, and on the top of the hill of this ancient city, we can see a thousand (1000) Lingas statues carved in the bottom of the river, which represents the holy river of Shiva for bathing to wash away evil sins. Then we can go to see the Largest Reclining Buddha Sculpture built from a big natural stone called Preah Ang Thom and another special place is the waterfall where the holy water baths to wash away evil sins.

In the afternoon:
After a few hours busy with the temple in the morning around 12:00pm we have time for lunch at the local restaurent nearby the next temple.

After lunch break, around 1:30pm we continue to visit Banteay Srei ( Citadel of the Ladies), or Called Pink Ladies Temple- one of the most beautiful Hindu temples built during the reign of King Rajendravarman II in the late 10th century and dedicated to Shiva.And then we continue to visit Banteay Samre and Pre Rup or Crematorium Temple- It's an artificial mountain temple which was built in late 10th century for dedicated to Hindu gods Shiva.
Day 3: We start our first trip from your hotel or guesthouse at 5:00 am to watch the sunrise in front of Angkor Wat because it is a place with a beautiful reflection. After sunrise we return to the hotel for your breakfast, and after breakfast, we start the tour again to visit the another temple,

In the morning:
Explore Preah Khan means the "sacred sword". This temple was built during the reign of Jayavarman VII (1191), the founder of Angkor Thom City in the late 12th century, dedicated to Buddhism (Lokesvara ) and as a symbol of the Father. Continue to the next Neak Pean- (called Serpent),it is a small artificial island temple located in the center of the Baray “Jayatataka”, this construction by a Khmer king in the Angkor period and then continue to the next nearby called Ta Som temple- it’s small temple but very impressive monuments complex in the jungle, another one East Mebon Temple- it is a huge artificial mountain temple with three levels of laterite and crowned by five brick towers already destroyed by the bomb during the war.

In the afternoon:
After a few hours busy with the temple in the morning around 12 :00 pm we'll have lunch at the local restaurent nearby the next temple.
 
After lunch break, around 1:30pm at the local restaurent in the afternoon we continue to visit Ta Nie, and Ta Prohm or called " Tomb Raider Movie ". It is known to the foreign visitors as the jungle temple as this temple is surrounded by forest with a lot of gigantic tree, Banteay Kdei Temple- nearby Ta prohm temple. This one temple is built during the reign of king Jayavarman VII in the late 12th century (1181) and it is a Buddhist temple.

Day 4: Our tours start at 8:00am after your breakfast, our guide will meet you in the lobby of your accommodation (hotel or guesthouse) and then take you to buy a ticket to visit the temple in a large circle.
 
In the morning:
we will take long driving between 2-3 hours to see that temples in Koh Ker Group- is a 10th-century temple complex in the north Cambodian jungle. A former capital of the Khmer Empire, the site is now remote and heavily forested. The main structure Koh Ker Temple- is a stepped 7-tiered pyramid. The large rectangular tank, Rahal Baray, supplied water to the complex. The Prasat Krahom- meaning "red temple," is known for its sandstone carvings, while Prasat Pram- is covered in strangler figs.
 
In the afternoon:
After a few hours busy with the temple in the morning around 12:00pm we have time for lunch at the local restaurent nearby the next temple.
 
After lunch, around 1:30pm we keep going on to visit Beng Mealea Temple- which is 75 km from the provincial town. The temple is not yet planned to be repaired by any organization, and it is still in a state of disrepair due to chronic warfare and natural phenomena that have been overrun by dense forests and overgrown trees full temple area. that's why most people called "Indianajon Temple". Rolous Group: (Lolei, Prash Kor, Bakong Temple)- It's great an artificial mountain temple with a vife sandstone floors and a beautiful lutos flowers tower on a top.
 

Private Package Tour

# of PAX

Fee Per-Group

1-3 Pax 340 USD
4-7 Pax 385 USD
8-10 Pax 390 USD
11-15 Pax 575 USD

Included

  • English Tour Guide
  • A/C Car/Van/Bus with Driver
  • Parking fees and road tolls
  • Cool drinking waters and towels
  • Pick up / Drop off at Airport

Excluded

  • Temples Pass: 1Day = $37/pax, 3Days = $62/pax, 7Days = $72/pax
  • Kulen Mountain Ticket: $20/Pax
  • Cruise Boat Ticket: $20/pax
  • Meals: (B, L, D)

 

Tips:

  • Payment for the tour will only be required at the end of the tour (you do not have to pay in advance or deposit) and cash in dollars only (no credit card payment required).
    • The official currency of Cambodia is the Cambodian Riel (KHR), however, USD $ is used everywhere in the country and most prices are denominated in dollars. We advise you to bring US dollars and remember to bring new and clean banknotes as old or torn banknotes will not be accepted in most places.
    • ATMs are available almost everywhere in the city as well and make it easy to withdraw cash in dollars. Usually the exchange rate is around 4,000 Riel to 1 USD, so if you give 2 USD for something worth 6000 Riel, you will get back usually 2000 Riel.

Remark: 


Please note that you must be dressed for visiting some of our temples, Angkor Wat, Ba Phnom, Phnom Bakheng and climb the same temple. This means that your pants or skirt should cover your knees and the shirt should not be sleeveless (make sure your shirt covers your shoulders, not a bra) otherwise you will not be allowed in. Or up there is done by the church authorities. Walking shoes are recommended and light cotton clothing is also recommended for the weather from March to July as it is very hot with high humidity. We suggest you bring your camera charger, then you can refill it during your lunch break at the restaurant.

FAQ:



Q: Is it okay to tip guide and driver ?
A: Yes, it's okay. if you want...