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Full-Day Kulen Waterfall and 1000 Lingas Tour

1. Full-Day Kulen Waterfall and 1000 Lingas Tour

Phnom Kulen is considered a holy mountain in Cambodia and is of special religious significance to Hindus and Buddhists. Visit this sacred site and  discover it's beauty. The tour starts with a drive to the foot of the Kulen mountain, the birthplace of the great Khmer Empire in AD 802. Enjoy the breathtaking drive up the mountain, exploring the abundant greenery and the Kulen Waterfall. Take a dip if you wish, or sit back and watch the local families in their sacred homeland. Make your way up the mountain by foot to the River of a Thousand Lingas, a gorgeous river with sophisticated Shiva Linga carvings covering its floor. Get a blessing in the Cambodian way, with the holy water from this sacred river. Continue up to the tip of the mountain to discover the beautiful Pagoda and its world-famous Reclining Buddha at rest. Enjoy your own packed lunch for the day or purchase a traditional lunch at the basic food stalls located near the park. 

Siem Reap: Phare, the Cambodian Circus

2. Siem Reap: Phare, the Cambodian Circus

Phare Circus is more than a conventional acrobatic circus. The artists create and perform stories based on their own life experiences. Drawing from recent history, folklore and modern society, the artists blend drama, dance, live music and circus arts to share a part of their lives with audiences. The performers come from unimaginably difficult social and economic background. They discover and develop their skills at Phare Ponleu Selpak non-profit school. They are able to earn a good living and transform their lives at Phare Circus, breaking the cycle of poverty. By attending a Phare Circus show, you enjoy Siem Reap's best live entertainment, financially support the school and provide opportunities for Cambodian artists. Evening program: * 5:30pm - Venue open with Cambodian street food, drink specials, shopping and pre-show entertainment. * 7:30pm - Big Top opens for seating * 8:00pm - Main Performance of Phare, The Cambodian Circus

Siem Reap: Angkor Wat Admission Ticket

3. Siem Reap: Angkor Wat Admission Ticket

"Mobile Temple Pass" with this new way, allows tourists to purchase the temple pass online without printing it out and showing the pass along with their mobile phone by booking this tour we will assist you in purchasing the ticket which will help save your time and make your trip easier. We will choose the pass depending on how many days you would like to spend exploring the Angkor Archaeological Park. After booking, the pass will be sent to you 12 hours before your tour start. Separately, we also provide many best tours that you can do along by using this pass. Check our options.

Angkor Wat: Vintage Jeep with Driver Rental

4. Angkor Wat: Vintage Jeep with Driver Rental

Your tour will begin with your being picked up from your accommodation by an English-speaking driver in a vintage American war Jeep. This jeep (official name M151 "MUTT") was developed with guidance from the US Army's Ordnance Truck Automotive Command. Design started in 1951, with testing and prototyping lasting through most of the fifties. Although the M151 was developed and initially produced by Ford, production contracts for the M151A2 were later also awarded to Kaiser Jeep and AM General Corp. First put into service in Vietnam, the MUTT played an active part in American military operations well into the 1980s, when it was phased out in favor of the Humvee. The jeep was a historical witnesses of the Vietnam War, and will bring you to the world heritage temple Angkor Wat, Bayon (Angkor Thom) and one of the most popular temples, Ta Prom, which has trees growing out of its ruins. On this day you will visit the famous ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in style, and you will experience the charm of this temple in an authentic jungle manner, by jeep. You can even discus together with your driver which temples from the Angkor Small circuit you would like to visit. On this small circuit you will find plenty of temples, with the most famous being Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm and Bayon Temple. You can also visit other temples such as Baphuon, Ta Keo, the Terrace of Elephants, Ta Nei and Prei Rup which are also located on this small circuit. Travel back in time and enjoy this day complete with history, adventure and mystery.

Siem Reap: Angkor Eye Standard Ride Ticket

5. Siem Reap: Angkor Eye Standard Ride Ticket

Angkor Eye is a world-famous sight in Siem Reap, Cambodia. From atop the whirling Ferris wheel, it provides a unique and beautiful view of the cityscape. The attraction is ideal for guests of all ages who wish to enjoy the most stunning cityscape in Siem Reap, Cambodia. This ride, with an 18-minute view experience, is sure to make a day out in Siem Reap! Book your Angkor Eye ticket in advance to access one of Siem Reap's most popular attractions. The Angkor Eye is 85 meters high, and riding in the air-conditioned cabin provides clear views of several local landmarks, including the Angkor Wat Temple, 4 kilometers away, Siem Reap downtown, Kulen Mountain, and Phnom Krom. Your ticket includes admission to the 18-minute Angkor Eye ride

Siem Reap: Countryside Discovery Tour by Jeep

6. Siem Reap: Countryside Discovery Tour by Jeep

Your countryside jeep tour will begin with a pickup from your accommodation in Siem Reap as your guide gives a short introduction to the tour highlights of the tour. First, visit the War Museum Cambodia, the biggest war museum in the country. Here you’ll find a unique collection of war machines used in Cambodia, some of which seen action during World War II. Among the collection there are also many landmines and rare photographs from periods of war in Cambodia. You will then explore a Buddhist temple in order to understand the practice of Buddhism in Cambodia. Get a spiritual blessing by a monk and listen to a Khmer fortune-telling. Afterward, drive through tranquil villages, past rice paddies, gardens, and ponds, and watch as the local farmers cultivate, care for, and harvest their produce. These villages and dirt roads truly make for many photo opportunities. Next, you’ll visit the makers of bamboo rice cakes. Find out more about the processes involved in the making of this special countryside delicacy and, of course, you’re welcome to try them too. From here, continue to visit a local family who makes baskets and spend the next portion of the tour learning to make something with your hands.

From Siem Reap: Day Trip to Battambang and Temple Tour

7. From Siem Reap: Day Trip to Battambang and Temple Tour

At 7:00h a Euro Kymer guide will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the west of Siem Reap to the Sisophon district. The area is full of gorgeous of lakes and Kymer temples – the perfect opportunity for some photographs. We will continue to Battambang Province, the heart of Cambodia’s rice bowl. Its title gives it away. It’s the area where the Cambodia produces most of it’s rice, and it not unusual to see cattle driving carts of rice along its dusty mud tracks. At the Sompove Mountain you visit the Killing Cave. Again, its name gives it away. It was a place where hundreds of people were tortured and killed. At the top of Banon Mountain, your next stop, is the temple of Banon - a mid 11th century Angkorian-era ruin consisting of five Prasats arranged in the quincunx form reminiscent of Angkor Wat. Back in the town center, we will visit the Provincial Museum and Wat Kandal – a collection of ancient pagodas. We will arrive back in Siem Reap in the late evening.

From Siem Reap: Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm Temple Trekking Trip

8. From Siem Reap: Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm Temple Trekking Trip

Enjoy a fascinating full-day tour of the majestic Khmer Empire temples of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, and Ta Promh temple. Start with a tour of Angkor Thom, via the South Gate entrance. Visit the main temple of Bayon (4-Faced Temple) to see the last great temple to be built at the Angkor complex. Experience up-close where the Khmer rulers watched their returning armies from the Terrace of the Elephants, and see the stunning 3-tiered temple of Baphoun, where a 51-year restoration project has finally been completed. Next, experience the steamy environment of the jungle at the tree-covered temple of Ta Promh, where the blockbuster movie “Tomb Raider” was shot. After lunch, continue your temples tour at the legendary Angkor Wat complex, the most famous of the Khmer kingdom temples, and site of its former capital. Admire exquisite carvings and bas reliefs dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, and see scenes depicting Hindu mythology. Back to hotel finish tour.

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4.4 / 5

based on 221 reviews

Superbe excursion grâce à notre chauffeur David et notre excellente guide Chenda qui nous a parlé du Cambodge et nous a raconté en détails l’histoire de la rivière aux 1000 lingas. Toute la journée il a répondu à nos nombreuses questions et a pris de très belles photos de nous. Au sommet de la montagne nous avons vu l’impressionnant Bouddha sculpté à même la pierre et son empreinte gravée, où les locaux font des offrandes. Sur les marches qui mènent au temple, Chenda nous arrêté à un petit stand de locaux qui vendent d’excellents beignets à 1000 riels, qu’on avait vu nul part ailleurs. Nous sommes allés nous baigner dans la cascade sur l’heure du déjeuner pour éviter le monde et c’était génial d’être seuls dans l’eau. Chenda nous avait bien montré par où passer car le courant est fort pendant la saison des pluies. La journée se termine avec un déjeuner tardif dans un restaurant aux prix assez élevés mais les plats sont bons. L’une des meilleurs journée de notre séjour !

This was a great tour, and a nice addition to the traditional temple tours. Left and came back on time. We couldn't swim at the waterfall as the rain made it strong during the day, but we did enjoy the scene and water splash from proximity. Sok was a great guide. Very engaging, funny and informative. Making sure we're always safe and entertained, and not missing on any specialities or local experiences or nice photo ops. Restaurant on the way back did not seem of great quality and value (there aren't many options on the way), so we opted to have a late lunch in the city. Overall, I do recommend this tour and Sok as a guide, for anyone coming to siem reap.

Chenda was an amazing guide. He thoroughly explained about the Kulen Waterfall and 1000 lingas. He also has an extensive knowledge about Cambodia. His love for nature really shows in the way he talks about the mountain. He also takes beautiful photographs and knows just the right angles to take. Thank you the amazing day Chenda!

Wonderful experience and our tour guide Chenda was incredible! So knowledgeable, went at a great pace, and made it special by incorporating local food and other cultural touches. A must do and great value for money! He’s also a wonderful photographer, so get ready for some epic photos!

This was a fantastic tour. Sok was an amazing guide, spoke good English, sharing with us some incredible and fascinating stories about himself and Cambodia culture.