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Physical rating - Light

16 nights

Next trip 05/11/2020

Breakfast is included for the whole trip. In addition to 3 lunches.

Siem Reap - Phnom Penh - Sihanouk Ville .

Max 15 people

It's highly recommended to bring a backpack.

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• Tread  lightly  upon  the  5000  silver  floor  tiles  at  the  Silver  Pagoda,  in  the  Royal  Palace.  

 • Step  back  in  time  at  the  National  Museum,  home  to  the  world’s  finest  collection  of  Angkorian  sculpture.  

 • Discover  a  darker  side  at  Toul  Sleng  Museum,  a  brutal  reminder  of  the  pain  of  Cambodia’s  past.  

 • Wat  Phnom  –  on  a  leafy  hill,  Wat  Phnom  affords  a  view  that  has  changed  little  in  a  half  century.    

• Stare  in  awe  at  the  mother  of  all  temples,  Angkor  Wat.  

• Succumb  to  the  enigmatic  smiles  of  the  216  giant  faces  of  the  Bayon,  Angkor’s  strangest  temple.  

• Experience  nature  running  riot  at  the  mysterious  ruin  of  Ta  Prohm,  the  original  Tomb  Rider  temple.  

• Discover  the  secrets  of  Bar  street,  Siem  Reap’s  quaffing  capital  where  the  action  goes  on  all  night  and  Angkor  Night  Market.  

• Tonle  Sap  Lake  –  Get  a  glimpse  of  the  distinctive  way  of  life  led  in  the  floating  villages  on  Southeast  Asia’s  largest  fresh  water  lake.  

• Get  stuck  in  to  rewarding  volunteer  work  rebuilding  a  local  community.  

• Choose  from  teaching,  childcare,  building,  farming  or  working  on  projects.  

• Tread  lightly  upon  the  5000  silver  floor  tiles  at  the  Silver  Pagoda,  in  the  Royal  Palace.  

• Step  back  in  time  at  the  National  Museum,  home  to  the  world’s  finest  collection  of  Angkorian  sculpture.  

• Discover  a  darker  side  at  Toul  Sleng  Museum,  a  brutal  reminder  of  the  pain  of  Cambodia’s  past.  

• Wat  Phnom  –  on  a  leafy  hill,  Wat  Phnom  affords  a  view  that  has  changed  little  in  a  half  century. 

• Check  out  the  Art  Deco  masterpiece  that  Psar  Thmei,  Phnom  Penh’s  central  market.  

• Wat  Phnom  –  on  a  leafy  hill,  Wat  Phnom  affords  a  view  that  has  changed  little  in  a  half  century.    

• Soak  up  the  city  by  night,  with  a  happy  hour  cocktail,  a  fine  meal  and  crawl  through  the  city’s  bars  .

• Soak  up  the  sun  in  Sihanouk  Ville,  home  to  blissful  beaches,  tropical  Islands,  fresh  seafood  and  lively  nightshift .

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Day 1

Arrive Siem Reap, Siem Reap – Treasures of the Kingdom of Cambodia, special welcome all warmly to everybody, a moment of courtesy meeting then self-introduce with our Cambodian tour guide in the meeting point's Siem Reap.After meeting our driver and we transfer you to hotel or home-stay for check in.Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 2

Enjoy breakfast at hotel. We drive to Angkor Thom that was the masterpiece of King Jayavarman VII.Following the occupation of Angkor by the Chams from 1177 to 1181, the new king decided to build animpregnable fortress at the heart of his empire. The scale is simply staggering and we are immediately overwhelmed by the audacity of Jayavarman on arrival at the city’s gates.We begin to visit Bayon Temple. At the exact center of Angkor Thom, this is an eccentric expression of the creative genius and inflated ego of Cambodia’s most celebrated king. Its 54 towers are each topped off with the four faces of Avalokiteshvara (Buddha of Compassion), which bear more than a passing resemblance to the king himself. These colossal heads stare down from every side, exuding power and control with a hint of compassion, just the mix required to keep a hold on such a vast empire.We continue to visit Terrace of the Leper King. This intricately carved platform was the royal crematorium and the statue that was originally thought to be the leper king is now believed to be Yama, the god of death.We continue along the Terrace of Elephants, originally used as a viewing gallery for the king to preside over parades, performances and traditional sports. At the southern end lies the Baphuon, once of the most beautiful temples at Angkor, dating from the reign of Uditayavarman 1 in the 11th century. It has undergone a massive renovation by the French and is now once again open for viewing.We continue to Ta Prohm "Tomb Raider" fame. Ta Prohm has been abandoned to the elements, a reminder that while empires rise and fall, the riotous power of nature marches on, oblivious to the dramas of human history. Left as it was ‘discovered’ by French explorer Henri Mouhout in 1860, the tentacle-like tree roots here are slowly strangling the surviving stones, man first conquering nature to create, nature later conquering manto destroy.We journey out to the Mother of all temples, Angkor Wat. Believed to be the world's largest religious building,this temple is the perfect fusion of symbolism and symmetry and a source of pride and strength to all Khmers.Built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II, this is most famous temple at Angkor. We venture into Angkor Wat to enjoy its magnificence in peace and quiet. We begin by unraveling the mysteries of the basreliefs that tell of tales from Hindu mythology and of the glories of the Khmer empire. Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 3

We’ll escape the heat of the city by driving 48kms North of Siem Reap to visit the holy Kulen Mountains, also referred to as Phnom Kulen (“Mountain of the Lychees”) by locals. The sandstone from this mountain was the main supplier of construction materials for the Angkor Kingdom. We’ll stop at the sacred site of The River of a Thousand Lingas, which features hundreds of Lingas carved in the sandstone bed of the river, which date back to the 9th century. Further downstream, large blocks of stone, also under water, are carved with Apsaras dancers and Vishnu figures. Next on the agenda is a wander around the mountain-top pagoda which is home to relics, statues and a large reclining Buddha. The last mountain stop will be Kulen Waterfall, featuring a natural pool which is the perfect place to cool off on a hot day and a great picnic spot too, so that’s what we’ll do. We return back to Siem Reap in later afternoon.Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 4/5/6/7/8

Throughout these 5days you will be involved in various activities including general day to day teachingEnglish, helping to provide basic health care, general maintenance if needed (repair homes or school or library or buildings for the community), playing sport, and creating new activities as per your skills! Your typical working hours will be from 8.00am to 11am and from 1.00pm to 3.00pm. You will be responsible for organizing and taking your own class. Also, the activities that you will run will depend on the needs of the children and the classes at the time so please be flexible.Note: This programs is available from Monday to FridayWe include transportation to and from the project.Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 9

After breakfast, we will enjoy a boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake. This is the largest permanent fresh-water lake in South East Asia and flows into Tonle Sap River, joining the Mekong in Phnom Penh. We will see a fishermen's "floating village" with floating schools, floating police station, etc. It is same as a big village floating on the lake, and the "village" move from place to place following water levels and current.Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 10

We take join bus from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh (no accompany guide on the bus). Upon arrival at PhnomPenh bus station, we meet our driver and transfer to hotel for check in.Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Day 11

After meeting our tour guide, we will learn about the dark side of Cambodia – Its more recent turbulent and harrowing history. Initially you visit the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum (also known as S21), ironically a former school, located in a quiet Phnom Penh suburb, this was the infamous Khmer Rouge prison / tortureCentre. Once you have gained an initial insight of the brutality of the Khmer Rouge regime you will be driven15km from Phnom Penh to visit the 'Killing Fields'. This is where Toul Sleng prisoners were forcibly marched and then executed; it is now a memorial site located in a beautiful tranquil setting.Visit to the Royal Palace compound build in 1866 by the Predecessors of King Norodom, is the most conspicuous feature and also one of impressive colorful Khmer-style Palaces. Nearside the Royal Palace isSilver Pagoda (The Emerald Buddha temple), display plenty of Buddha Statues that were decorated and made by diamond, emerald, gold and silver.We continue to Wat Phnom is a Buddhist temple located in center of Phnom Penh city. It was built in 1373,and stands 27 meters above the ground. It is the tallest religious structure in the city.We will stop at Central Market is located in the heart of the Phnom Penh. The Khmer name of the market is Phsar Thmei, which translates to “new market”. The Central Market was built in 1937 during the French colonial period, in Art Deco style, and is painted bright ochre. Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Day 12

We take shuttle bus to Sihanouk Ville and it takes 4 hours to arrive this beautiful beach city. Our bus will drop you off at hotel for you check in at hotel and relax.Overnight in Sihanouk Ville.

Day 13/14/15

Today is at leisure to enjoy this beautiful seaside town.The lovely beaches of Sihanouk Ville are some of the most unspoiled in all of South east Asia although the fast growing of tourism. There are some 10 km of beach stretching the whole length of the town and dozens ofsmall islands just a short boat ride away, which make for a perfect tropical getaway, with facilities forswimming, snorkeling or scuba diving, This free day will provide you some great opportunities to soak up thesun and sea as much as you want by spending your time swimming or lazing on a beach.Overnight in Sihanouk Ville.

Day 16

We take shuttle bus back to Phnom Penh. Our bus drop you in front of Phnom Penh Airport, where you walk to check in counter for flight back home. It’s time to say goodbye, we thank you for traveling with us and warmly welcome you to come again.

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