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Cultural Cambodia


EXCLUSIVE ESCORTED TOUR ZZZ PLUS 14 DAYS


FRIENDSHIP TRAVEL


EXCLUSIVE


Key Locations 3Siem Reap 3Phnom Penh 3Mekong River 3Sen Monorom 3Kampong Thom


Including 3Temples of Angkor Wat 3Elephant Experience 3Sambor Prei Kuk Temple


3Floating Village 3Phnom Penh by Cyclo 3Toul Sleng Museum 3Killing Fields 3Koh Trong Island 3River Dolphins 3Sambok Mountain Pagoda


3BBQ with Phnong tribe 3Eating Cambodian food


Plus 3International flights 3All travel within Cambodia by mini-van, boat and bike


3English-speaking guide throughout


An unforgettable tour of an extraordinary country! We’ve all heard of the beauty of Angkor Wat’s temples and the sadness of the Killing Fields. As well as showing you these unique sights, this superb itinerary opens up the real Cambodia and introduces you to its welcoming people. There is room here to list only the highlights: see the website for full details.


This cultured country was ruled by the French for almost a century, and the post- war years were a time of strife under the Khmer Rouge, resulting in the so-called Killing Fields. Now the friendly people of Cambodia welcome visitors to their elegant capital city, ancient temples, the mighty Mekong River and steamy jungles.


The hotels are 4-star quality in the towns, plus a chic lodge in the jungle (your own room at each). We include breakfasts, first- night and last-night dinners, and a few other meals in out-of-the-way places. For other meals, your guide will introduce you to cheap and tasty street food and local restaurants: allow £10-£15 per day.


Day 1 Our scheduled flight leaves London for Cambodia, with a change of aircraft in Vietnam.


Day 2 Land in Siem Reap, meet your guide and transfer to your hotel (2 nights). Unpack and head to the Foreign Correspondents Club for happy hour, followed by dinner (included).


Day 3 Discover Kampong Phluk ‘floating’ village by boat, and vast Tonle Sap Lake in the morning. Free afternoon in Siem Reap.


Day 4 Via Kompong Cham and French- colonial Chhlong to the Mekong River, explore Kratie and enjoy a magical sunset (1 night).


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Day 5 Search for fresh-water dolphins on the river, then to the pagoda of Sambok Mountain, before travelling to Sen Monorom and visiting a coffee plantation. (2 nights nature lodge).


Day 6 Into the jungle to meet elephants! An opportunity to ride one of the giants, and bath it. This evening, a local village opens its doors for a glimpse of rural life: local food, drinks and customs shared by these friendly people.


Day 7 Travel via Skuon (known as Spiderville: fancy a fried tarantula?) to the capital city Phnom Penh (3 nights).


Day 8 Toul Sleng museum and Choeung Ek ‘killing fields’ in the morning; city tour in individual cyclos in the afternoon.


Day 9 Today you have a free day in the capital; visit the Royal Place, National Museum or do some shopping in the central market.


Day 10 We enjoy a day in Kampong Thom (1 night).


Day 11 At Kampong Thom we visit the 6th century Sambor Prei Kuk complex, then head for Siem Reap (3 nights).


Day 12 The world-famous temples of Angkor Wat, Ta Prhom, the walled city of Angkor Thom, Terraces of the Leper King and Elephants, the Baphuon and the Bayon. Tonight, a Cambodian ‘Circus’ visit combines music, theatre and acrobatics!


Day 13 Free day to explore (your guide has lots of ideas). A farewell dinner is included tonight.


Day 14 Morning arrival at Heathrow.


These departure dates are exclusive to Friendship Travel so you will be in great company while you discover this amazing country!


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