Happy Angkor Tour

Four Days Tour

Day 1: Banteay Chhmar and Banteay Torp
After breakfast at your hotel, our tour start explore the wonderful temples on the northwest of Cambodia between Thailand border. We will getaway the Angkor complex and you will see villages along roadside to Banteay Chhmar Temple, is one of Cambodia’s most important temple in Angkorian period. It was built by Jayavaraman VII in the late 12th century, dedicated to King’s son (Srindrakumara) and is the same style of Bayon temple. In Thmor Puok district in Banteay Meanchey province in northwest Cambodia, located 67 km north of Sisophon and about 20 km east of the Thai border. Banteay Torp (Fortress of the Army) may be small, but its impressively tall,
damaged towers are highly photogenic. Constructed around the same time as Banteay Chhmar, it may be a tribute to the army of Jayavarman VII, which confirmed Khmer dominance over the region by comprehensively defeating the Chams

Day 2: Angkor Wat, Banteay Srei and Banteay Samre
Early morning we are visiting the main temples in Angkor National Park and including the grand circuit of Banteay Srei temple. At 7:30am, we explre Angkor wat, is the largest religious building ever constructed in the world, is one of the seven wonders of the
world, the UNESCO protected site. Then we continue to see the important temples of Pre Rup and Banteay Samre temple, located in Angkor area.

Day 3: Preah Khan, Bayon and Ta prohm
In morning we go to visit the most popular temples in Angkor Thom city such as the South Gate, the famous
temple of Bayon with giant smiling faces. Walk to Baphoun temple, Royal palace, Elephant terrace and Leper
king. Then we continue to Preah Khan, is a large temple at Angkor, Cambodia, built in the 12th century
for King Jayavaraman VII to honor his father. Later, Ta Nei is hidden temple in the forest and the farvorite temple of Ta Prohm (the Tomb Raider or jungle temple)

Day 4: Floating village and Rolous Group
Roluos is a Cambodian modern small town and an archeological site 14 km east of Siem Reap along
NH6. It was the first capital of Khmer Empire north of Tonle Sap lake. At present it is composed by
three major temples: Bakong, Preah Ko and Lolei.

2 options, you may decide to do as below,
1- We can visit the village as Kompong Phluk or Chong Kneas in Tonle Sap lake. This lake is the largest freshwater river in the southeast Asia and you can see how are they making a living on water in lake
2- Angkor National Museum and Artisan Angkor center and Local market. Later return to your hotel

●English Speaking tour guide,

●A/C vehicle, parking fee/ tolls & petrol

● Cool pure drinking water & towels

●Temples ticket fee

●Boat Tour fee

● Meals ( F/L/D) & Hard Drinks

● Tips

●Others no mentioned in the inclusion

Tour Package 

For Single person For Couple  For Family 4 pax
385USD 385USD 390USD
For Group 5-7 persons For Group 7-9 persons For Group 9-12 persons
405USD 410USD 420USD

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      We came to Siem Reap to experience the temples, but we knew very little about them. After two days with Mr. Lekh, we gained a very good grasp of the timeline, the history, the architecture and the cultural and religious context of each temple. Mr....More

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      Our group size was 3 people which was perfect for this tour! We traveled around with Lekh (pronounced Lake) via tuk tuk. Lekh was a fantastic tour guide who was fluent in English and very knowledgeable in the history of Cambodia and Angkor Wat.. He...More

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      lekh knows all the spots. has good English and knows how to get the best from an iPhone camera. having a driver gives lekh time to fill in with local and national insight. good places for lunch. pointless to come all this way and not...More

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