Elder and Disabled Journeys In Siem Reap
Explore Cambodia's temples on a private day trip from Siem Reap. Step inside the Bayon Temple, Ta Prohm, and Angkor Thom before exploring within the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Angkor Wat and the sacred of the ancient Khmer Empire. Visit he royal residence garden, Pagodas and Shrines.
- Explore the former Khmer Empire capital at the mysterious temples of Angkor Wat
- See the location site of the blockbuster movie Tomb Raider at Ta Promh temple.
- where the blockbuster movie “Tomb Raider” was shot.
- Enjoy the comfortable journey through the countryside up to Phnom Kulen
- Visit The Royal Residence Garden
- Visit the Pagodas and Shrines
Day 1: Arrive in Siem Reap
Meet the tour representative, who will pick you up from Siem Reap International Airport and head to the hotel. Check in at the hotel and meet the tour guide to do the City Tour, visit the Angkor National Museum (depending on time) then return to the hotel.
Day 2: Visit the angkor wat complex
Enjoy a fascinating full-day tour of the majestic Khmer Empire temples of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and Ta Prohm 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.
Experience the steamy environment of the jungle at the tree-covered temple of Ta Prohm, where the blockbuster movie “Tomb Raider” was shot.
Continue your temple tour post-lunch at the legendary Angkor Wat complex, the most famous of the Khmer kingdom temples and the site of its former capital. Admire exquisite carvings and bas reliefs dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, and see scenes depicting Hindu mythology.
Return to the hotel.
Day 3: Visit the Royal Residence Garden, Pagodas and Shrines
Apart from being the official Secondary Royal Residence for the Cambodian monarch, the villa is a frequented local site and tourist attraction in Siem Reap, although direct physical entry is not permitted by members of the public. However, it can be viewed from the exterior, with the adjoining Royal Independence Gardens being publicly accessible.
Wat Preah Prom Rath is located in the central area near to Pub Street. It is a functioning Buddhist monastery featuring a typical Khmer-style pagoda, a courtyard with statues depicting different Buddhist beliefs, and a hall surrounded by hand-painted picture walls containing a giant statue of seated Buddha and a reclining Buddha.
Day 4: Transfer to Siem Reap International Airport
Explore the Old Market for souvenirs or Psa Leu for a more local shopping experience. Visit the Artisans D´Angkor workshop and Theam´s House (depending on time) to see how local handicrafts are made. A private transfer will take you to the Siem Reap Angkor International Airport. (Transfer from the hotel in Siem Reap to Phnom Penh International Airport is possible on request with an extra charge.)
- Pick up and drop off at Siem Reap International Airport
- Pick-up and drop off at hotels in Siem Reap
- 3 nights 5 star accommodation
- Air-conditioning vehicle
- Wheelchair with assistant
- English-speaking tour guide
- Cool drinking water
- All entry fees
- All the services mentioned in the itinerary
- Personal expenses
- Lunch and Dinner
- Any service not mentioned in the description
- Price per adult/child
- Minimum booking from 2 adult
- Prices are in US dollars and are based on 2 people sharing a room.
- The Double Room or Twin Room
What to bring
Loose, lightweight, long clothing that is both respectful and cool in the hot Asian climate
Know before you go
Dress standards are conservative throughout Asia, especially outside major cities.
To respect this and for your own comfort, please wear modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. The Apsara Authority, which manages the park, reserves the right to refuse entry to certain areas of the site for guests who wear clothing that is considered immodest.
No smoking, drinking alcohol, or touching the carvings is permitted in and around the temples.
Closure of site: The third level of Angkor Wat is not open during Buddhist holidays.
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