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A professional English speaking tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the killing fields of Choeung Ek Genocide Center – 9 miles away south of Phnom Penh. The infamous killing fields have a bloody history. Once an orchard and a Chinese cemetery, the Khmer Rouge, lead by Pol Pot, turned the place into what became known as the killing fields, where they executed around 20.000 victim. Over three years, they massacred and buried 2.5 million people. After remembering the dead, return to Phnom Penh to visit Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S21). Meaning hill of the poisonous trees, Pol Pot turned a once popular high school into a high security prison. 20,000 people were imprisoned there, many of whom were tortured for information. Today it serves as a museum and a reminder of darker days.
Your guide will return you to your hotel or guesthouse. .
[For the adventurous foodie] Kicking off with a hotel pick up before enjoying an afternoon cocktail or beer with Phnom Penh's best vista. We then step out to a local market, try some tropical fruits, interesting desserts, the best ribs in the Kingdom (trust us!) and maybe even some creepy crawlies. The tour includes about 6 stops around the local market where you will get an insight into Cambodia's often under-represented food scene, rich history and culture. We then head for our main fare (yep - there's more) to a delicious, traditional Khmer BBQ where we will enjoy live local music, eat dinner as the locals eat, washed down with the national beverage - beer!
Discover a night of traditional Cambodian dance during a performance by the Cambodian Living Arts on Stage. You'll have time to tour the stunning gardens of the National Museum of Phnom Penh as part of this memorable evening of culture and tradition that is perfect for the whole family.
See the capital at its most magical as you glide past the glittering Phnom Penh skyline on this 2-hour sunset dinner cruise, including hotel pick-up. Cruise past the Royal Palace, along the Mekong River and through the floating villages of Tonle Sap, then tuck into a delicious BBQ dinner on-board. Finally, sip a complimentary cocktail as you watch the sunset over Phnom Penh and Silk Island.
In this trip you will cruise the river with our English speaking guide to see the view of the Royal Palace, Diamond Island, Four Faces river, Mekong river, stilted houses, fishing villages, the crops that people grown by the shore of the river and finally the sun setting over the city.
Take a memorable full day cruise from Phnom Penh to the area of the former Cambodian capital city from 1618-1866. Explore the lifestyle of the people who live along the riverbank, see floating and fishing villages and the different crops grown by the shore. After 2hours we stop at Koh Chen Island where we will walk around the village famous for its silver products and craftsmen.
After that we take a Tuk Tuk to Oudong mountain to see the stupa containing the remains of former kings and marvel at 5,000 Buddha statues.
Escape the city for a scenic half-day cruise to the Silk Island from Phnom Penh, including hotel pick-up. Sail past the floating villages and fishing farms of the Mekong River, as you sip cocktails and tuck into a delicious BBQ lunch (included) on-board. After docking on the island, get a taste of local life as you visit the temples, silk plantations and villages, then learn about the island’s silk production as you tour a silk farm.
If you’ve only got limited time in Cambodia’s capital, maximize every minute on a full-day sightseeing tour that reveals the highlights of Phnom Penh and provides a comprehensive introduction for first-time visitors. In a small group limited to 12, you’ll travel between the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Royal Palace, and more without getting lost or having to navigate public transport.
Soak up the scenic landscapes and traditional river life of Cambodia with a cruise along the Tonle Sap River. Journey from Phnom Penh to Udong, the ancient capital and former royal residence. You'll disembark to boat for a 10-minute tuk-tuk ride up to Phnom Udong (Udong Hills), which features several Buddhist stupas and a breathtaking view. Savor Cambodian cuisine for breakfast and lunch and enjoy unlimited drinks from the open bar on board.
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Phnom Penh Discovery Tour ( Including all services) is one of the best tour arrangements in Cambodia. Explore Phnom Penh on a full-day tour of the vibrant capital. Admire the stately columns of the Royal Palace known as the resident of Cambodia King and see the beautiful inside the Silver Pagoda. Then, climb up to the hilltop Wat Phnom by the foundation of the city. At afternoon, lunch at local restaurant. After having lunch, move to Cambodia’s tragic past at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, the former site of the Security Prison 21 (S-21) and Killing Field established by the Khmer Rouge regime. Along the way to Killing Field and S21 ,you will see the Independence Monument which was build in 1958 by Father King Norodom Sihanouk.
We provide you with many time options, so you can select one to accommodate your tour.
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Take in the highlights of Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, on this full-day private tour. Enjoy the undivided attention of your guide and an itinerary customised to your preferences, stopping at attractions including the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, and the Russian Museum. Also included is a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Choeung Ek Memorial to learn more about the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia’s dark past.
You cannot afford to miss this trip to explore the lifestyle of Cambodian villagers on Silk Island, a traditional weaving village. The island tour includes seeing their traditional houses and visiting students in the local school. A visit to a silk farm and the local Buddhist monastery add to this cultural experience to remember.
Take a self-guided tour of two harrowing Cambodian sites, each a stark reminder of the atrocities committed during the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979. First, visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, transformed from the notorious Security Prison 21 (S-21). Then get a sobering look at the Killing Fields, where mass killings and burials took place. Travel by coach round-trip from selected hotels in Phnom Penh, with recorded commentary and an informative video documentary on board. Audio tours are available for purchase at each location.
A professional English speaking tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the
killing fields of Choeung Ek Genocide Center – 9 miles away south of Phnom Penh. The infamous killing fields have a bloody history. Once an orchard and a
Chinese cemetery, the Khmer Rouge, lead by Pol Pot, turned the place into
what became known as the killing fields, where they executed around 20.000 victim. Over three years they massacred and
buried 2.5 million people. After remembering the dead, return to Phnom Penh to visit Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S21). Meaning hill of the poisonous trees, Pol Pot turned a once popular
high school into a high security prison. 20,000 people were imprisoned
there, many of whom were tortured for information. Today it serves as a
museum and a reminder of darker days.
Your guide will return you to your hotel or guesthouse.you could ask any question to tour guide.
Discover the history and horror of Phnom Penh’s past on this half-day, small-group tour. Follow the path of one of the most tragic times of the 20th century – the rise and fall of the Khmer Rouge – and see how the country has been rebuilt.
Enjoy unlimited beer or soft drinks as you explore Phnom Penh by tuk-tuk on an evening food tour of Phnom Penh street food, local restaurants, and beer. Visiting local spots with a food-loving guide is a great way to go beyond the well-known dishes at tourist restaurants; get the back story on each bite as you try local specialties, from the Cambodian national dish to more modern varieties.
Silk Island (Koh Dach) lies along the Mekong River just north of downtown Phnom Penh and is named for its historic silk production. On this tour, travel to the island in the comfort of a private vehicle and immerse yourself in local life as you explore the island villages, admire the traditional stilt homes, and visit Koh Dach Pagoda. Along the way, enjoy a tour of a silk workshop and learn all about the silk weaving process.
Stray from the beaten path during a private outdoor adventure to Mt. Oudong and the reclining Buddha at Phnom Baset, an ideal choice for active travelers with a love of nature. A guide takes care of the driving and navigation so that you can spend more time focusing on the scenery, while hassle-free hotel pickup and drop-off means that you won’t waste time trying to find a start point. Plus, you’ll receive the undivided attention of a private guide.
Join us as the Kingdom's Capital wakes up and comes to life! We think this is the best time to visit the local markets. Starting with a hotel pick up, we will head to our favorite local (you won't see any other tourists here) morning market for a guided tour, which includes your first delicious breakfast (come hungry), as well as local snacks. Expect to learn about the often under-represented food culture of Cambodia.
After breakfast, we'll forage through the streets of Phnom Penh in search of the Kingdom's finest hidden murals, and street art on a curated tour. There has been a prominent street art scene developing in the Kingdom for the past decade, part of the country's cultural renaissance. Like most things worth having, these murals are not easy to find but fear no more, we've got you covered! We head down a back alley for breakfast #2, visit over 40 different murals around the city, and visit a couple of our fav galleries. A local insight into SE Asia's fastest-growing city!
Pedal your way around the islands of the Mekong on this 5-hour morning tour from Phnom Penh. Enjoy a glimpse of everyday life in rural Cambodia as you glide around the countryside, then hop on a ferry across the Mekong River and explore the Silk Islands. Along the way, jump off to admire beautiful pagodas, watch farmers at work in the fields and enjoy a traditional silk weaving demonstration, then re-fuel with a delicious lunch.
Get a private tour on the boat for two hours on Tonle Sap and Mekong river. We will give you a great opportunity to explore the Mekong, Tonle Sap and Four Faces River, Diamond Island, Fishing Village, Stilted Houses, lifestyle of the people who live along the riverbank and the city sunset.
This tour is one hour and thirty minutes and will give you a great opportunity to explore the Mekong, Tonle Sap and Four Faces rivers, Diamond Island, Fishing village, stilted houses, lifestyle of the people who live along the riverbank and the city sunset.
This tour will discover capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh. Visit the Cambodian king's residence. Then visit the National Museum all culture we have from 6th-13th century. After we will grab local lunch at Local restaurant. then countaiue to birth place of capital Wat Phnom. Then move next stop at S21 Genocide Museum and killing fields Choueng Ek.