Cambodia - Classic 5, 5 days
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Trip Code :  CMB-SIC-02
Destination :  CAMBODIA ( Phnom Penh , Siem Reap )
Price :  348.00 US Dollar
Duration :  5 Days
Trip Description

The market is has many things of interest to many people. Inside you can find, all manner of hardware goods, drinks and cooked food, antique furniture, traditional carvings and handicraft, hand-woven silk, music, movie and computer CDs, silverware, gems, books and maps, backpacks and bags and shoes and clothing. Some shoes and clothing originate as out-takes from various garment factories. Hence some top labels can be found at very reasonable prices. Many local artisans use the market as an outlet to the tourist market. You can find the new traditional handicrafts interspersed with older genuine antique carvings. You can often see provincial artisans carrying their goods which they have brought with them, sometimes as far away as Mondol Kiri and Rottana Kiri, to sell to the Russian Market retailers. This is especially true just prior to the 'Water Festival' (or 'Boat Races') which usually occurs around mid-November every year. The newer wooden carvings may tend to split once they are taken to a less humid climate. Most retailers will repair these items in the first year after purchase if you have made an agreement during bargaining.


HotelVar. AVar. BVar. C
Phnom Penh New York Hotel
Princess Hotel Phnom Penh
The Juliana Hotel
Monorom Holiday Villa
Inter Continental Hotel
Siem Reap Angkor Saphir Hotel
Nokor Phnom Hotel
Lotus Angkor Hotel
Borei Angkor Hotel
Khemara Angkor Hotel
Goldiana Angkor Hotel
Le Meridien Angkor Hotel
Angkor Palace Resort & Spa
Day 1

Phnom Penh
Arrival in Phnom Penh
Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Day 2

Phnom Penh
Sightseeing in Phnom Penh
WAT OUNALOM: a very important wat comprising 44 structures facing the Tonle Sap Lake and built in 1443 to house a hair of the Buddha. It is the headquarters of Buddhism in Cambodia. TUOL SLENG MUSEUM (Museum of Genocide): formerly the Tuol Svay Prey High School, in 1975 it became the Khmer Rouge's main torture and interrogation center. It was known as Security Prison 21 – or just S-21.
RUSSIAN MARKET: 'luxury foodstuffs' and many other products are sold at its hundreds of stalls. This market includes a large number of food stalls. An ideal place for browsing and bargain-hunting.Excursion to Killing Fields
THE KILLING FIELDS OF CHOEUNG EK: people tortured in the S-21 prison (a former school taken over in 1975 by the Khmer Rouge and turned into a torture chamber) were brought here to be executed. Many mass graves were found in this area. Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Day 3

Phnom Penh - Siem Reap
Flight from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh
Visit Chantiers Ecoles (Artisans d'Angkor)
LES CHANTIERS ECOLES: vocational centre trains 650 apprentices a year including 160 in five arts and crafts trades united in the "Artisan d'Angkor production network. Guided tours through the different workshops like stone sculpture, woodcarving, polychromie, and watch the artisan at work. Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 4

Siem Reap
Sightseeing Angkor
Visit Angkor Wat
ANGKOR WAT: a temple dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu by King Suryavarman II, who reigned between 1131 and 1150. It was constructed over a period of 30 years and is world famous for its beauty and splendor. Angkor Wat features the longest continuous bas-relief in the world, which runs along the outer gallery walls and narrates stories from Hindu mythology. In 1992 the UNESCO declared the monument and the whole city of Angkor a World Heritage Site.Visit Angkor Thom
ANGKOR THOM: a fortified Royal City (10 square kilometers) built by King Jayavarman VII, who ruled from 1181 to 1201. The city has five monumental gates and is encircled by a moat 100 meters wide. In the center of the walled city are the city's most important monuments including Bayon, Baphuon, the Terrace of Elephants, the Terrace of the Leper King and Phimeanakas with Royal Enclosure.
BAYON: Jayavarman VII's temple mountain that stands at the center of Angkor Thom. It is one of the most popular of Angkor's monuments and a place of narrow corridors, steep flights of stairs and an amazing collection of towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces.
BAPHUON: the pyramid shape represents the mythical Mount Meru and marks the center of the city that was here before Angkor Thom.
PHIMEANAKAS: near the center of what was once the royal palace within Angkor Thom. Phimeanakas means 'Celestial Palace', though today there is not much left to indicate its former splendour.
FORMER ROYAL PALACE: nothing remains today except two pools that were used by royalty for washing.
TERRACE OF ELEPHANTS: this terrace was used for viewing public ceremonies and was a base for the King's grand audience hall. The famous lines of elephants are at either end of the retaining walls.
TERRACE OF THE LEPER KING: North of the Terrace of Elephants is a platform named 'Terrace of the Leper King'. On the platform is a nude statue – one of Angkor's mysteries.Visit temple for sunset
Watch the sun set over the Cambodian countryside from the upper terraces of an ancient Angkorian temple. Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 5

Siem Reap

Meal : B = Breakfast / L = lunch / D = Dinner
Departure Date
Valid :  01/01/2007 - 31/10/2007 , Rate per person based on Sharing Twin in US Dollar
Joint tour
US$ p.p. 2+ Pax
Var. A 348.00
Var. B 389.00
Var. C 524.00
Accommodation and meals as described (please note that some hotels provide only CBF)
All transfers within the journey, including pick-up at airport
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All entrance fees
English, French or German speaking guides (other languages available upon request)
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Visa fees
Airport taxes

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