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Love the arrangement of this tour which take you to enjoy both sunrise and sunset at Angkor Wat. The itinerary of our tour was very well planned. We didn't feel crowded most of the time and was able to take beautiful pictures without a lot of people around. Highly recommend this tour!
Visiting Angkor Wat at sunrise means you’ll have cooler temperatures and less crowds. Plus, the temple is more majestic at dawn. A dedicated guide accompanies you to the main structures of the UNESCO-listed Angkor Archaeological Park on this private tour. After Ta Prohm and Prasat Banteay Kdei, relax with free time at your hotel before an afternoon tour of the Angkor Thom complex and linger for the sunset.
Had à Great tour with our private guide. It Washington however very tiring and we decided against the sunset part as it involved à further climb. The tour was amazing and our guide gave us alot of information.
Ride in a private vehicle from Siem Reap to the UNESCO-listed Angkor Archaeological Park on this full-day tour. Wander the temple complex with your own personal guide who shares scholarly insight on the awe-inspiring site dating back to the Khmer Empire. View Angkor Thom, the Bayon, Ta Prohm and Angkor Wat, finishing with a sunset viewing at Pre Rup Temple.
A tuktuk picked me up to go to the restaurant. The lady teaching the course was very nice and the kitchen (up two flights of stairs) looked very clean. We could choose a starter, main and dessert (in my case green mango salad, chicken curry and some rice dumplings) and she helped us prepare them. It was a lot of fun and I hope to prepare these dishes at home with the recipes on their website. We ate our food in the restaurant afterwards. Only basic cooking skills are needed and I would highly recommend this for a fun half day in Siem Reap!
What an amazing experience!!! Such a well run class and a good mixture of menu choices. We got to prepare and cook a three course lunch which we sat down to enjoy at the end of the class. It tasted amazing!! The trip to the market was just a walk through though as the ingredients had been prepurchased.
With our teacher (more than 10 years experience in teaching cooking class) you will visit local market. After you start the preparation of your dishes (a choice between 6 starters, 6 main courses, 3 desserts).
after finishing your "job", you disgusted your dishes
Learn the real daily life of Cambodian peoples by US Army Jeep through the villages, countryside; see the temples, rice field, lotus pond, birds, cows, water buffalos. Enjoy local food for lunch in the village (morning tour) or dinner with traditional performance (afternoon tour).
Drive US Army jeep through the villages and countryside
Visit the village to visit the daily life of the villagers with their vegetable farm
See water buffalo, birds and natural atmosphere in the countryside
Learn about Theravada Buddhism in Cambodia
Enjoy the panoramic view of Tonle Sap, the surrounded villages and rice fields from the halfway up to Phnom Krom Hill.
Enjoy local food for your lunch or dinner after the tour.
Get out of Siem Reap to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Preah Vihear temple with this full-day private tour. You’ll head out into the Cambodian countryside, passing through traditional farming villages as you go. You'll also get the chance to visit the town of Anlong Veng, the last bastion of the Khmer Rouge.
Visit the Siem Reap killing fields, War Museum, and Artisans Angkor on a half-day private tour that explores a dark chapter of Cambodian history. The moving sites are a window into life under the Khmer Rouge; traveling to each one with a personal guide gives you time to take in the story, while finishing the day at a vibrant artisans workshop is a glimpse of the country’s inspiring rebirth.
Experience the beauty and tranquility of rural Cambodia during this flooded forest day trip from Siem Reap. Journey with your friendly guide into the floating and stilted villages in the picturesque countryside and learn about local life. Take a relaxing cruise in a traditional long tail riverboat and stop enjoy dinner at a private floating restaurant. You'll visit a local pagoda and a school for monks while you learn about the history, culture and traditions of rural villagers.
When we booked the tour in February waters were very low so village was not actually floating. Though, it was still nice to see houses on the very hight poles and learn more about the life of people who live there. The tour was very nice and informative. Our guide G1 was amazing! He shared the details about how locals live and he was very honest. I would still recommend the tour, however the best time to make it would be in the rainy season.
This was interesting and good value for money. Guide fun and knowledgeable. Finished with nice sunset with a drink at the lake.
Front end admin and pick up a bit long winded but once away from ‘office’ all was good.
● Tour the famous Kompong Phluk floating villages by riverboat
● Visit a local temple before cruising past homes, shops and schools on the river
● Get a fascinating insight into the ways the local people live in the region
This is a fun class where you can experience making clay bowls the traditional way. The instructors start with a demo which looks easy but once you start it can actually be quite tricky. Luckily, each instructor works with at most 2 people and they help you as needed so everyone ends up with something that looks wonderful. The school employs deaf people who communicate via miming. There are also posters detailing each step and another guide who you can ask questions if needed so there was never any issues. This class left me with a lot of respect for the artisans who create things with clay.
I really enjoyed the pottery class, the staff were great and the girl who taught me was excellent. Although my bowl didn't make it in the fire (haha), I was able to choose another bow from their shop, which was obviously a lot better than mine! Would highly recommend this class.
Discover the time-honored tradition of making Cambodian ceramics during a pottery workshop in Siem Reap — a perfect family activity. An expert artist demonstrates methods of molding pieces on a pottery wheel, then helps you shape your own bowl and create Khmer designs with the proper carving tools. Your masterpiece will be ready for pickup the next day, along with a potter's diploma, after firing in a kiln overnight. This 1.45-hour experience includes hotel transport by tuk-tuk.
There are plenty of opportunities for adventures with street food - make sure yours is memorable for the right reasons! On this tour, your guide shows you the highlights of Siem Reap’s night markets. Taste authentic Cambodian BBQ and spring rolls and, if you feel adventurous, BBQ snails and other insect dishes. Finish up with a nightcap at the Sombai Siem Reap Liqueur House, where you'll see how Cambodian rice whiskey is made and infused.
Go on a One Full-Day private tour with professional English speaking driver who takes you to the best the temples in the Angkor region. Claim your amazing experience with us. Appreciate a flexible itinerary so you can set your own pace and see more of what you love from local villages to authentic cuisine and of course, stunning temples.
Take a 2-day private tour from Bangkok to explore the UNESCO-listed Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia. Depart the busy capital of Thailand in a private vehicle towards Siem Reap and once you arrive, embark on a private boat trip to the floating village on Tonle Sap Lake. The next day, explore the principle sites of the ancient Angkor Wat complex and learn about its history before heading back to Bangkok.
Venture deep into the Cambodian jungles to visit the ancient city of Koh Ker and the Beng Mealea Temple on a private excursion from Siem Reap. See the Pyramid of Prasat Thom, an ancient Hindu temple, with its seven tiers and learn about its history. Then make your way to the overgrown Beng Mealea Temple built in the 12th-century and explore the grounds like you are Indiana Jones.
Escape the tourist hub of the heritage town and take to the beautiful countryside that exists in the shadow of Angkor Wat, riding pillion on our modern Vespas. This insightful tour with a local flavour opens up a vast and varied landscape of colourful village, country and rural life almost too remote to reach any other way!
We start the tour at APOPO, a landmine clearing organization that’s uses Hero Rats to sniff out the deadly explosives. Then we use small paths and back streets to lead you out of the city.
Then we’ll take you to stunning and peaceful pagoda, teach you about Khmer spiritual belief systems, and organize a Buddhist blessing.
We’ll then meet the locals and gain a fascinating insight into the patterns of daily life that have changed very little since the time of the temples. We’ll meet a family of rattan weavers, taste delicious sticky rice grilled in bamboo, meet a local medicine man, and much more!
Sunrise of Angkor Wat is the unique Sunrise in the world that the sunrise behind Angkor Temple everyday and after enjoying the amazing views of Sunrise continue to explore Angkor Wat and escape from crowded at the temple before continue the explore famous temple in Angkor Archaeological as Angkor Thom, Bayon and Ta Promh temple and and another main temples of Angkor complex.
Feast on a buffet dinner of classic Khmer cuisine and take in an Apsara dance performance featuring the traditional culture of Cambodia. Watch several dances including classical and folk styles on stage. Enjoy a variety of dishes while you are served by an attentive staff and entertained with a breathtaking evening. This 90-minute experience includes hotel transport from Siem Reap by tuk-tuk.
- Apsara dance show admission with dinner
- Enjoy a buffet of traditional Cambodian dishes
- Watch a classic Khmer dance performance
- Includes round-trip hotel transport by tuk-tuk
Learn the basics of Cambodian pottery and ceramic painting at a Siem Reap artist workshop, where you’ll create a bowl, mug, and saucers with help from a local artist. A hands-on way to immerse yourself in Cambodia’s artistic culture, you’ll finish the workshop with unique-to-you souvenirs made using traditional techniques.
This temple is beautiful is about 1.5 hours outside of Siem Reap centre, in the middle of a jungle and unrestored — it feels like you’ve stumbled upon these ruins, with the sounds of the jungle surrounding you. It’s beautiful. And the tour guide clearly love this temple too, and enjoys walking people through it.
- Take a relaxing bike ride around Angkor complex
- Biking off-road to explore magnificent sunset
- A visit to a combination of Buddhism and Hinduism temple, Bayon
- Get a deep understanding of Cambodian historical complex in Angkor Empire
- All tours led by local student tour guides.
- A Cambodian students' initiative
After visiting 'the killing fields' and S21 in Phnom Penh we had a few days in Seam Reap to reflect on those terrible years Cambodian people had to endure and hoping for some positive experiences before leaving the country. Ankor Wat (by bike) was great, the numerous street food outlets excellent and the hands on cooking class a true experience. The pick up by tuk-tuk and trip to the outskirts of Seam Reap added to the whole experience. Small group like-minded travelers from all over the world and enthusiastic chef guidance made my wife and son feel like they missed out on a great morning cooking class my daughter and I had decided to go to and leave Cambodia both more informed and "enriched" the next day.
A great experience learning about Cambodian village life, cuisine and cooking. Even the ride from Siem Reap was a lot of fun for all. The setting is gorgeous with beautiful flowers and plant life. Kitchen stations were very modern; the presentations by the instructor were well organized and very professional. A wonderful half-day experience and great lunch!!
The cooking class was excellent! Both the guide and the cooking teacher were very experienced and made the whole experience excellent. The dishes were great and we even received a cooking book to take home. Would highly recommend this class!
Gain hands on experience in the art of Cambodian cuisine during a 3-hour cooking lesson with a local chef. In the morning or afternoon, travel round-trip by tuk-tuk from your hotel to a rural village outside Siem Reap. You’ll take part in an interactive workshop with a small group of food lovers and enjoy your 3-course meal afterward.
I really enjoyed the tour which took us to places where the locals go and showed us a hidden and different side to Siem Reap, rather than the main tourist attractions. The guide was very friendly with interesting knowledge to share. I highly recommend this as a memorable experience, I even went back the next day to visit the pagoda temple again as I liked it so much, and have recommended the tour to friends.
Getting taste of Siem Reap town icons within 90 minutes
, Nov 2019
Excellent opportunity to help you get introduced to the town icons within minutes. We did the tour at 4:00 pm on the day we arrived, but if you have more time, the morning would be a better option weatherwise. We passed by the Royal Residence, visited the Wat Preah Prom Rath Temple, stopped at the Royal gardens and explored the Pub Street and Old market. Easy walk, manegable pace, levelled ground, but closed, flat and comfortable shoes are preferred. Very pleased with the information and local tips given by the guide.
13 November 2019
There’s more to Siem Reap than the Angkor sites. Give the touts a miss and discover the town with your own private guide on this to-the-point walking tour. See the Royal Residence, and its gardens, check out the hip boutiques of Kandal Village, explore the Wat Preah Prom Rath temple, and visit the Old Market (Phsar Chas) and the Made in Cambodia Market.
Wow! What a great day. It started with an on time hotel pick up by our private guide Sothy and driver Dole. After a pleasant greeting, Sothy gave us an overview and time line of what we could expect on our tour. His English was very good. Sothy guided us through each temple detailing the history of each. This was very helpful and informative which brought the temples to life. I would rate the Angkor temples as a bucket list item up there with the Great Pyramid of Gisa. Thanks to our guide for making this day very special, one we will always remember.
Relive the glory of the Khmer Empire on this full-day private tour of UNESCO-listed Angkor from Siem Reap. Stand in awe before the magnificent Bayon temple; explore the ancient royal city of Angkor Thom and marvel at archaeological wonders like the Baphuon temple and the Terrace of the Elephants. After lunch (own expense), roam the overgrown ruins of Ta Prohm, pose for photos at the famous Angkor Wat, then watch the sunset over the temple complex. This personalized tour includes a private guide and vehicle.
The magnificent temple of Angkor Wat is the main attraction for travelers visiting Siem Reap, but it’s worth taking your time and exploring the surrounding sights too. On this private 2-day tour, discover the Angkor Temples including Beng Mealea, Banteay Srey, and Ta Prohm; watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat; and visit attractions such as the Landmine Museum, Kampong Phluk floating village, and Tonle Sap Lake.
My family and I enjoyed this excursion with our fantastic guide Dorn and driver Danny. Very punctual pick from our hotel. Interesting facts about the floating village and other facts about Cambodian life. And we enjoyed the local snacks too. Would highly recommend.
Just south of Siem Reap, the lush countryside and floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake make a popular choice for a day trip. This tour takes you away from the crowds to one of the less-visited floating villages—Mey Chrey—where you can meet the locals, visit a traditional market, and learn about local life and culture. An afternoon departure means you’ll arrive in time to watch the magnificent sunset over the lake.