Classic Phnom Penh

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Tour in Phnom Penh: After being greeting and welcomed by local tour guide and check in at hotel, you will start tours in Cambodia by visiting The Royal Palace including Silver Pagoda. The next destination is National Museum and Independent Monument and you will relax with river Front Park and boat cruise along Mekong river.


Travel to Cambodia, you might not miss visiting Wat Phnom Pagoda and it is the first place you visit next day before driving to Killing Field of Cheung Ek. Your journey will continue in afternoon with Toul Sleng Genocide Museum a prison and interrogation facility after Khmer Rouge Regime came to power. You will end the Cambodia tour after visit a local market named Toul Tompoung Russian Market.

Day 1: Arrival - Royal Palace - National Museum - Independent Monument

Meals: 1 Lunch

Arrivals at Phnom Penh International Airport by morning fly. Greet and welcome by our local guide and transfer to the hotel for checking in (Early check in possible upon rooms available). Start to city tour. Phnom Penh is capital of Cambodia. The modern city situated at the confluence of three great rivers known as the Chaktomuk (Four faces) of the Mekong, Tonlesap and Tonle Basak Rivers. But it still steeped in history and offers several cultural and historical sites, especially, France colonial during 1863-1953. Morning we start to visit The Royal Palace including of Silver Pagoda, was built in 1866 under the French protectorate and King Norodom. Silver Pagoda named by the silver tiled floor of the Vihear).


Afternoon, we continue to visit National Museum, dedicated by King Sisowath in 1920. You will explore of many statuses from many regions of historical attraction site around the country. After visiting of this place, we go to visit the Independent Monument, monument of celebration of Cambodia’s Independence from foreign rule. Take relax with the river Front Park and sunset with boat cruise a long Mekong river. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Meals: 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch

Have breakfast at the hotel. This morning we take visiting at Wat Phnom, the small hill crowned by an active Wat (Pagoda) mark the legendary founding place of the Phnom Penh Named. After that we drive to Killing field of Cheung Ek, located 15 Km southeast of Phnom Penh city. Name found Killing field after many of the Cambodians who perished under the Khmer Rouge regime.


Afternoon, we are going to visit Toul Sleng Museum “Toul Sleng Genocide Museum (S 21)”. This place was a high school during 1975 and became a prison and interrogation facility after Khmer Rouge Regime came to power. Now the building was serves as a museum, a memorial and a testament to the madness of the Khmer Rouge regime. Take time to visit local Makret named Toul Tompoung Market or Russian Market for some souvenirs. Overnight stay at hotel.

Meals: 1 Breakfast

Have breakfast at the hotel. Take free time at your own leisure till time transfer to airport for departure. End of services!

Booking Policies

Package Includes:
• 2 nights accommodation at the hotel with daily breakfast (Twin, double room).
• Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
• Private land transportation as per itinerary.
• All entrance fees of sightseeing places.
• Private boat trip as mentioned in the itinerary.
• Private escorted tour with English speaking guide.
• Bottle of mineral water.

Package excludes:
• Optional tour & Insurance.
• International flights & Granitites to service staffs.
• Expenditure of a personal nature, such as drinks, souvenirs, telephone calls, laundry, etc.
• Tipping for Tour Guide and driver (3usd/pax/day).


Tour Policy:
• Infant below 2 years old sharing same room with parents is free of charge.
• Child below 12 yrs old (with extra bed) and sharing the room with parents is charged for 75%.
• Child below 12 yrs old (No extra bed) and sharing the room with parents is charged for 65%.
• The price of tour just for NORMAL day, please confirm in case of Holiday.
• Price of tour just for Asean, Taiwan and Chinese tourist ONLY./.


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