Private Tour- Booking Code: MEMO-ANG
A personal package to show you the most important sites of Angkor in a short time.
Day 1: Arrival-Siem Reap: (//D)
Arrive at Siem Reap International Airport. On arrival your local English speaking guide will meet you
for the transfer to your hotel. Cambodia Cultural Experience – A real insight into the Angkor period and today’s Cambodian culture. Your guide will collect you form your hotel at 2pm (or later by
arrangement). Begin with a visit to the Angkor National Museum for an hour’s walk around this interactive insight into the history behind Angkor. Then continue on to the Artisans’ D Angkor Silk Farm for a tour to see how this amazing material is created all the way from silk production to weaving. Then visit the “Old Market&” to see the variety of stalls and products. After time for shopping or exploring continue on to dinner at Mei Café restaurant and overnight in Siem Reap..
Day 2: Siem Reap (/L/)
Best of Angkor, A day discovering the incredible key temples of the Angkor complex: Your guide will collect you from your hotel to begin with Angkor Thom entering via the South Gate and the Bayon complex. The vast area of the Angkor Thom ruins, over a mile on one side, contains many stone temples and other features to explore. The city has five monumental gates (one in each wall plus an extra in the eastern wall), 20m high and decorated with stone elephant trunks and the king’s favorite motif, the four faces of Avalokiteshvara. The Bayon Temple (circa 1190) is a Buddhist temple but retains elements of Hindu cosmology and imagery. Standing in the exact center of the walled city, it represents the intersection of heaven and earth. It is known for its enigmatic smiling faces of Avalokiteshvara and its extraordinary bas-reliefs. Enjoy a break for lunch at a restaurant set in a garden setting close to the temples. Then continue to visit Angkor Wat, the jewel in the crown of Angkor. Angkor Wat is the best preserved example of Khmer architecture in Cambodia and is so grand in design that some rank it among the Seven Wonders of the World. It appears on the Cambodian national flag, a very rare instance of a flag incorporating an image of a building. The lost city of Angkor first attracted the interest of Europeans in the 1800s after Cambodia was colonized by the French. Transfer back to hotel around 5pm.
Day 3: Siem Reap (B//)
Morning at leisure before a transfer to Siem Reap International Airport for departure flight (with driver only). End of services.
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