Passion Of Cambodia, 8 days

Tour Overview

Take in the bustling capital of Phnom Penh, the tranquil countryside around the town of Battambang and the magnificent temples of Angkor on this eight day tour.
This adventure starts in fascinating Phnom Penh, where we will visit the splendid Royal Palace complex with its famous Silver Pagoda, the National Museum of Cambodia, the tallest temple in the city, the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the infamous Killing Fields. We will take a scenic journey to the tranquil town of Battambang, where will explore the spectacular surrounding countryside by bicycle, visiting temples and seeing traditional craft-making along the way. We will take in the hill-top sanctuary of Phnom Banan, with an option to walk to the top or ride the bamboo train. We will travel to Siem Reap to explore the majestic Angkor temple ruins, including the enchanting 12th century masterpiece, Angkor Wat, the ancient Khmer capital of Angkor Thom, the Royal Enclosure and the remarkable Ta Prohm Temple, which is consumed by jungle vegetation. Outside the Angkor complex, we will visit the intricately-carved Banteay Srey Temple. We will take a relaxing boat ride on Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, visiting floating villages and discovering life on the lake.

Tour Information

Tour HighLight

+ Experience Phnom Penh’s key attractions, with visits to the city’s Royal Palace Complex, religious monuments, genocide memorials and the Central Market

+ Learn about the history of the city and country, including the dark period of the Khmer Rouge regime

+ Explore the tranquil town of Battambang and its surrounding scenery by bicycle, taking in temples, countryside, traditional craft-making and the hill-top sanctuary of Phnom Banan

+ See the highlights of the ancient Angkor complex, with an itinerary of carefully selected temple ruins to get the most out of your visit

+ Discover some of the lesser-known archaeological sites and temples surrounding Siem Reap, including the Banteay Srey Temple and Roluos Group

+ Get a taste of life on the Tonle Sap Lake, with a peaceful boat trip and visit to a floating village

+ Learn about the ancient Khmer empire’s rich history and culture

+ Enjoy free time in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap to explore and try delicious local food

+ Private airport transfers and experienced, knowledgeable local guides ensure that you will get the most out of your trip

Tour Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival – Phnom Penh

Greeted  at airport by our guide and driven to hotel. Check in hotel and have free time to explore  at leisure.


On arrival at Phnom Penh Airport, you are greeted by our guide and taken to your hotel by private transfer. You may have free time to relax and catch your first glimpse of Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. This bustling riverside town favorably located at the confluence of the Mekong, Tonle Sap, and Tonle Bassac Rivers has long remained little more than a large village. However, it became the permanent capital of Cambodia since 1866 and had developed into a sizeable, largely French designed city, once known as the Pearl of Asia. The crossroads of cultures, peoples and worlds have made Phnom Penh on the edge of everything. We can find the Cambodian elements together with the Chinese and French influences in the gleaming temples, sidewalk coffee,  vibrant markets, and colonial structures and tree lined boulevards amidst the monumental Angkorian architecture. The cityscape undergoes rapid changes from the ashes to take its place among the hip capitals of the region, with an alluring cafe culture, bustling bars, world-class food scene and international chains of hotel.

Day 2

Phnom Penh City Tour

Spend this day exploring Phnom Penh with Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, National Museum of Cambodia. And Wat Phnom. Continue seeing Toul Sleng Museum and Killing Fields before strolling around Central Market.

OVERNIGHT: Phnom Penh MEALS: Breakfast

Day 3

Phnom Penh – Oudong – Battambang

Head out of Phnom Penh and travel by road to Battambang. En route, visit Kampong Luong and Phnom Oudong, ancient capital of Cambodia. Continue driving to Battambang and explore this town at leisure.

OVERNIGHT: Battambang MEALS: Breakfast

Day 4

Battambang – Wat Ek Phnom – Banan Temple

Enjoy cycling to explore countryside around Battambang. Visit some temples of Wat Ek Phnom and Phnom Banan.

OVERNIGHT: Battambang MEALS: Breakfast

Day 5

Battambang – Siem Reap – Angkor Temples

Leave Battambang for Siem Reap. En route, visit Sisophon market, carving village and Angkor silk farm. Start exploring Angkor Complex with Rolous group, including Lo Lei, Preah Ko and Ba Kong.

OVERNIGHT: Siem Reap MEALS: Breakfast

Day 6

Siem Reap – Angkor Temples

Take drive to archeological site and visit Angkor Thom, South Gate, Royal Enclosure and Bayon. Continue seeing famous Angkor Wat and catch sunset from Pre Rup Temple.

OVERNIGHT: Siem Reap MEALS: Breakfast

Day 7

Siem Reap – Angkor Temples – Banteay Srey

Head out of Siem Reap Town, explore Banteay Srey Temple. Continue seeing  Ta Prohm Temple, Neak Pean and Preah Khan.

OVERNIGHT: Siem Reap MEALS: Breakfast

Day 8

Siem Reap – Tonle Sap Lake

Board a local boat to see  Tonle Sap Lake and floating houses of fishmen living on this lake.  Transfer to airport for departure.



What are Included?

Tour Transport:

Car, minivan or bus, private or joint boat , train,  mentioned  flights ( 20kg luggage allowance )

Tour Accommodation:

7 nights at hotel  on twin sharing basis

Included Meals:

7 breakfasts (B)


English speaking guide. French , Germany , Spanish, Italian, Russian  speaking guide can be arranged with on request.

Tour Activities:

Sightseeing tour of Phnom Penh with entrance fee

Sightseeing of Oudong Ancient capital

Sightseeing tour of  Battambang with entrance fee

Bike ride excursion in Battambang

Sightseeing tour of Angkor Temples  with entrance fee

Boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake in Siem Reap

What are Excluded?


Transport  to Phnom Penh/from Siem Reap 

Optional services ( extra activities, pre /post night)

Visa fee to Cambodia and  travel insurance

Tipping for tour guide/ leader, driver and local service

Single room on request and personal expenses

How are Hotels?


Tour document

To make your trip more convenient, we would like to provide quick facts to ensure that you have the right travel documents.


The passport must have six-months validity remaining and one blank page for entry stamp. To enter Cambodia, foreigners require a valid visa, except  nationals of certain countries, which may visit  Cambodia without visa for a period of time. You are required to contact our sales dep. to get the update visa exemption.


At this time, no vaccination is required, but you should check with your doctor the health  information of Cambodia.


Based on the current custom regulation of Cambodia , visitors can get free import : 400 cigarettes or 100 cigars or 400 grams of tobacco,  2 liters of alcohol or wine,  350 milliliters of perfume or eau de toilette, personal effects.

Currently, goods worth more than USD 100 are subject to customs duty and taxes and goods with a value of more than USD 300 must be declared on a Customs Declaration Form.

The foreign currency in amounts exceeding USD 10,000.- (in cash or checks) must be declared on arrival or departure.



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