04 Days /03 Nights Siem Reap
On arrival at Airport, you will be met and transfe ...
Guest Name: Mr. Larry Payne
Number of Person: 1 Pax(s)
Travel Date: 16/01/22
( - departure)
Pick Up Services: Yes
Take Tour By:
Book Choice: Angkor National Museum
- Travel to Grand Tour Circuit Such as Angkor Thom area
- Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som, East Mebon and Pre Rup
- Enjoy Lunch at the Local Restaurant.
- Floating Village ( 15 US$ per Person )
- Apsara Dancing Show on Request and charge only 9 USD included Dinner
Our Driver will wait you at the Airport and bring you to the Hotel. Our professional staff will show you an itinerary about your package tour. The trip will start on the first day to the Small Circuit Such as Angkor Thom area, Bayon Temple ( Included Elephant Ride around Bayon Temple ) Phimeanakas, Elephant Terrace … then you can have Lunch at the Local Restaurant.
In the Afternoon, you are going to see magnificent temple of Angkor Wat, Angkor Wat was built by King Suryavarman II (1113 - 1150) to dedicate to God 'Vishnu'. Then back to the city for Dinner with Apsara Dancing Show ( Only on request )
>> Price Included:- Welcome Drinks and cool towel during the Trip
- All taxed included
- Complementary round-trip airport transfer
- Transportation During Trip as mention in Itinerary and around Town ( Some Place on Request )
- Entrance fees on the archaeological site ( Our driver will bring you to buy the Temple Tickets )
- Lunch at the Temple
- Professional Tour Guide is not included but charge as below
|Professional Guide||Price per Day|
|English Professional Guide||35.00 US$|
|French Professional Guide||45.00 US$|
|Spanish Professional Guide||55.00 US$|
|Russian Professional Guide||55.00 US$|
|German Professional Guide||55.00 US$|
|Chinese Professional Guide||40.00 US$|
|Japanese Professional Guide||40.00 US$|
Tuk Tuk to Small Tour
Explore the ancient temples of Angkor in Angkor Focus Travel by special Tuk Tuk Holiday. Travel in style as your are shuttled around the highlights of the angkor temple complex and get around to watch the view of angkor area.
Tuk Tuk to Grand Tour
Arrive at Siem Reap airport where you will be greeted by your tour guide and driver. You will then be transferred to your selected or our recommended hotel. After that we arrange your travel to Angkor Thom, Angkor Area and so on by Angkor Tuk Tuk Driver.
Tuk Tuk to Banteay Srey
Banteay srei: This temple of the magnificently preserved Xth century, is the most charming of Angkor, (served now by one good road). It's a jewel sculptured in of wills pink who changes colour following the period of sunshine. Several very well preserved pavilions, facades of which are finely sculptured by a multitude of flowery motives and by scenes of the Indian mythology.
Tuk Tuk to Kbal Spean
Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the southwest slopes of the Kulen Hills to the northeast of Angkor in Siem Reap District, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. It is situated along a 50 metres (160 ft) stretch of the Stung Kbal Spean River, 25 kilometres (16 mi) from the main Angkor group of monuments.
Tuk Tuk to Beng Mealea
Distance from Siem Reap to Beng Mealea temple is around 80km (90-120 mins) either via Banteay Srei and Phnom Kulen or through National Road 6 (Siem Reap to Phnom Penh). You can visit Beng Mealea at any time of day as most Angkor temple tours and tour bus crowds do not venture here. A Beng Mealea temple plan can be useful for orientation but the ruined nature of the temple can be confusing.
Tuk Tuk to Chong Kneas (Floating Village)
Chong Kneas, as you know, is a floating village at the edge of the Tonle Sap Lake. This is where the boat docks if you’re arriving from Battambang or Phnom Penh. It’s about 20 – 30 minutes from the center of Siem Reap.
Tuk Tuk to Kompong Phluk (Floating Village)
Tours of Kompong Phluk are a bit pricier than the Chong Khneas tours, but they are well worth the difference. Kompong Phluk is a set of villages based on the floodplain of the Tonle Sap Lake, near Siem Reap. There are about 3,000 villagers, most of who live in stilted houses. The people depend largely on fishing and tourism for their incomes.