Cambodia tours are the perfect way to see some of the highlights of this Asian country, including the temples of Angkor Wat and the floating villages of Tonle Sap.
Cambodia Tours – Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh is the capital and largest city of Cambodia located on the Tonle Sap, Mekong and Bassac rivers.
Phnom Penh Small Group City Tour
Learn about the history of the city with this specialist Cambodia tours incorporating the historic and cultural sights of Phnom Pehn. See the Genocide Museum and infamous Killing Fields as well as the Tuel Sleng Silver Palace and the Royal Palace.
Phnom Penh Killing Fields and S21 Hop-on-Hop-off Joint Tour
The infamous Prison 21 and the Killing Fields are from a dark time in Cambodian history and one of the worlds most visited dark tourism destinations. This tour is a way to see first hand the areas while hearing stories of the horrors that happened under the khymer Rouge. It is a 4.5-hour tour that includes English commentary and an air-conditioned vehicle.
Phnom Penh: Mekong River Sunset Cruise with BBQ Buffet
This river cruise takes place on a boat once owned by one of the Cambodian royal family princes and is a great way to see the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers. Watch the sun set over the city and enjoy a light finger buffet and drinks.
Experience Cambodian Living Arts, Dance Show
See authentic Cambodian music and dance in action with this traditional dance show held in the gardens of the National Museum of Phnom Pehn.
Angkor Wat is a world-famous temple complex and one of the largest religious monuments in the world. It was created by the Khmer Empire for the Hindu god Vishnu in the 12th century and is one of the most popular places to visit in Cambodia.
Angkor Wat Full-Day Sunrise Tour
This amazing Angkor Wat sunrise tour lets you take in that early morning atmosphere while learning about the ancient temple. This tour is with a small group of up to 10 people and includes Ta Prohm, Angkor Thom City and Bayon Temple.
Angkor Wat Temple Hopping Tour with Sunset
Sunset tours are an amazing way to see this most historic temple and the tour includes a 9 hour, full day around the sights. Learn about the history of the Khmer Empire then watch the setting sun from the Pre Rup temple.
Angkor Temples Private Full-Day Tour with Sunset
See the best of the Angkor temples with this full day tour that ends with sunset from the Pre Rup temple. Learn about the architecture and history of the Khmer Empire, the meaning behind the different sculptures on the temples and enjoy an air-conditioned ride to and from the hotel.
Cambodia Tours – Siem Reap
Siem Reap is a regional capital and the base for tours around the Angkor Wat temples and other sights in the area – it is also known for its floating villages where all the houses and buildings are on stilts!
Siem Reap Countryside Cycling and Floating Village Tour
See the amazing floating villages of Tonle Sap in this day-long tour. You can see stilt houses and enjoy lunch with the locals while also seeing the best of the surrounding countryside by bike.
It also includes a change to see the local monk’s school and the rice paddies where rice is grown in traditional ways.
Simple Siem Reap Floating Village Tour
The floating villages of the Tonle Sap Lake are one of the fascinating sights of Cambodia tours and this simple tour gets you the chance to see them. Learn how people live on the lake and farm rice beside it, see the local wildlife and have a tour around the village itself.
Siem Reap: Full-Day Small Group Temples Tour
This small group tour includes the amazing Khmer temple of Angkor Wat and the Bayon temple, as well as the jungle, covered Ta Prohm. The tour is a brilliant way to get to know the ancient Cambodian civilisation and see these amazing sights.
From Siem Reap: 2-Day Small Group Temples Sunrise Tour
This two-day tour includes the amazing temple of Angkor Wat and the equally stunning Banteay Srei Temple. Spend two days among the temples of the Khmer Empire with their many carved sculptures and learn about the history of the location.
Siem Reap: Creative Music and Dance Show
This show offers the chance to see traditional art forms of dance, drums and chanting from Cambodian performers, telling original and contemporary stories. It is an uplifting experience performed by empowered women playing traditional Cambodian instruments.
Siem Reap: Phare, the Cambodian Circus
Phare is the one hour show that includes the most famous artists of Phare Ponleu Selpak Artistic and Social Centre from Battambang who perform a mixture of music and dance, acrobatics and modern theatre to experience the best of modern Cambodian culture.
Siem Reap: Cambodian Pottery Class
If you are looking for something relaxing between more active Cambodia tours, this is the perfect option. The two-hour class lets you create a ceramic bowl with Khmer carvings to take home, based on techniques used by local artists.
Siem Reap: 6-Hour Easy Rider Motorbike Tour
Make the most of the red soil tracks around the Siem Reap area with this 6-hour motorbike tour. See remote temples and traditional villages that are off the normal tourist routes with this Easy Rider motorbike tour.
Cambodia Tours – Other places to see
Sunset Dinner Tour: Tonle Sap Lake Floating Village
The Queen Tara is the largest boat on the Tonle Sap Lake and is a great way to see the floating villages that dot it, watch the local fishermen in action and enjoy watching the sunset across the water. The four-hour tour includes a meal and unlimited drinks.
Full-Day Kulen Waterfall and 1000 Lingas Tour
Phnom Kulen National Park and its famous Kulen Waterfall is a stunning place to visit and this 10-hour tour is a great way to see the best of it. it includes the famous Reclining Buddha and the River a 100 Lingas.
Half-Day Tour of Kompong Phluk and Tonle Sap Lake
This half day tour is a great way to see the famous Tonle Sap lake and its floating villages as well as the many birds that call it home. The tour stops at the villages and then returns to Siem Reap.
Half-Day Cambodia Tours – Tour of Tonle Bati and Ta Prohm temples
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What to Pack for Southeast Asia
To help you pack for your trip to Southeast Asia, the below list of must-have items can be really useful.
First of all, you need a plug converter. Absolutely essential wherever you travel.
It is also a good idea to get a hanging toiletry bag, which is a fantastic way to keep all your belongings organized; and a practical rolling suitcase like the one below by Samsonite in lightweight polycarbonate.
In order to stay healthy while travelling, activated charcoal helps with stomach distress absorbing toxins that may be in your system; and natural jet-lag remedy pills help you sleeping while boosting your immunity and can avoid you to ruin precious days of sightseeing.
For all the ladies, it can be a great idea to get a maxi dress: very versatile as it can be worn at any time of the day and it is ideal to go to temples too.
A scarf that you can put on your shoulders as well as on your head while visiting a sacred place.