Day 1 Siem Reap (D)
Arrive at the airport where your Khmer tour guide will meet and transfer you to your luxury resort in town. Depending on your arrival time, if time permits, we will take an excursion from where you will be discovering the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, Tonle Sap where the breeze is cool and refreshing. Enjoy the atmosphere while on the local long-tail boats cruising on the water. You arrive at a floating village and immediately notice the stilts that help keep the buildings afloat.
Day 2 Discover Angkor Wat (B)
Start the day visiting majestic temples of Angkor Wat. when you come to the western gate, you cross the bridge, step over the moat, and find yourself face to face with the iconic image of Cambodia. Five towers stand tall over the temple, each one firm and shaped like a beehive. The 12th century Angkor temple contains images of Hindu and Buddhist mythologies carved into the sandstone walls.
Step out into the upper gallery and find a courtyard that is surrounded by an impressive colonnade. The standing tower is textured with statues. The sun reflects off of the stone. The temple is more grand than you could have imagined, filled with hidden niches and fabulous reliefs that make you feel as though you are exploring a new discovery all on your own.
Day 3 Temple touring (B)
Cambodia Luxury Family Tour starts and today we head to visit Beng Mealea, a temple complex that retains much of its mystique within its walls. The 12th century edifice was constructed on the same floor plan as Angkor Wat but was eventually given to nature.
The clarity of the Angkor complex is far behind you. The jungle sprouts along the sandstone walls and pillars that remain of Beng Mealea. The splendor is in what has survived time. Hidden in the foliage and rubble are inspiring carvings. Walkways are decorated with long bodies of a Naga, a serpent deity.
Day 4 Banteay Chhmar (B)
Today we make our way to Banteay Chhmar and the 12th century temples that have inspired and impressed people for centuries. Benteay Top is set amongst rice paddies. The main temple of Banteay Chhmar was once enclosed by a wall that stretched over five miles long. The bas-relief on the eastern wall depicts a naval battle between the Khmers and the Chams. Back to Siem Reap in the afternoon and enjoy free time with your family
Day 5 Travel overland to Battambang (B)
Move to Battambang, the second largest city in Cambodia. The calm current of the Sangkae River intersects the city. The French architecture in the city center continues to offer a glimpse of French colonial history and adds a touch of architectural artistry to the historic district. The Governor’s Residence is a pleasing canary yellow and continues to display a large balcony with wooden shutters along its façade. Settle into your hotel
Day 6 Battambang to Phnom Penh (B)
Battambang becomes a tangible memory as you make your way to Phnom Penh. En route you stop at Oudong, the mountain is adorned with a large silver stupa. The temple is a concentric spire and adds considerable height to the summit. Arrive in Phnom Penh in the afternoon and check in at your luxury comfort accommodation.
Day 7 Sightseeing Phnom Penh (B)
After breakfast you venture out into the city on a private tour to experience the diverse history of Phnom Penh, start the day with a visit to the Royal Palace complex dates back to the 19th century and the charming building along the waterfront display the French architecture constructed during the colonial era.
Next, is a visit to security Prison 21, also known as S-21, was once a school turned prison camp. The Khmer Rouge was a short-lived totalitarian dictatorship in the 1970s but their reign continues to effect the county as a whole, no more so than in Phnom Penh.
Day 8 Make your way to Takeo & Kampot (B)
Move to Takeo Province. Phnom Da is an ancient Funan site with ruins that date back to 11th century. The hillside rises alongside the river. The temple is 59 feet tall and faces north towards the ancient capital Nokor Phnom. Five manmade caves surround the hill. Each cave is decorated with symbols of Brahman worship, including Shiva lingams. The surrounding forest is dense and adds to the marvelous ambiance of discovery. The caves are cool and damp. You continue onward to Kampot where you will find soothing comforts your hotel
Day 9 A day to discover Kep (B)
Today we move to Kep, a resort town which has relaxed, sleepy ambiance that sits on the shores of majestic sapphire waters. The scent of fresh seafood is intoxicating. You can travel through Kep National Park, up to the 2,624-foot summit that is adorned with a pagoda. A sturdy wooden walkway takes you through the trees near the top and leads you to Sunset Rock. You can see the coastline brimming with splendor. The trees are emerald and the water is a brilliant blue. Return to Kampot for an overnight stay
Day 10 Sihanoukville with luxury beach stay (B)
After breakfast you leave Kampot behind and move Sihanoukville. The city is small and filled with the laidback atmosphere of a beach side fun. The day is for you and your family to relax in any way you choose. When the sun starts to settle over the horizon you can enjoy the luxuries of your resort. Look out over a view of the pool and the sea, both waters radiating an electric blue. The night comes easily and you can see entertainers twirling fire against the dark sky.
Day 11 Departure (B)
After breakfast you can spend the morning strolling alongside the shore or visiting the Phsar Leu Market. Bundles of plantains hang from the ceiling. Pyramids of oranges glow in the market lights. Soon you will make your way to Phnom Penh to step aboard your flight home.
Price for Cambodia Luxury Family Tour
|Price tag per person||High seasons||Low seasons|
|2 Persons||US$ 1912||US$ 1717|
|3-4 Persons||US$ 1569||US$ 1373|
|5-6 Persons||US$ 1416||US$ 1212|
Prices are valid throughout 2017 except during Christmas & Vietnam Lunar New Year, around Feb.
High season month: 1,2,3,4,10,11,12
Low season month: 5,6,7,8,9