Pick up time is flexible follow our value customer, but the best time recommend is to start at 8am pick up from your hotel.
Your English speaking driver will be waiting for welcome you at your hotel lobby for overland trip from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap see some attractions along way stop and visit:
- Skun Market or Spider Village
Skun market has become a world famous tourist attraction, due to the deep fried spider snacks that are so popular here. Among all the fruit and vegetable stands, you’ll see women carrying large trays, full of fried and spiced spiders, some the size of a grown man’s palm. the fried spiders of Skun Market are considered delicacies.
- Prasat Kuh Nokor
The temple was built in 10th -11th century by the king Suryavarman I (1002-1050). It is part of the pagoda Wat Kuh Nokor, on a square shaped courtyard consisting of laterite and sandstone facing east. The throne is also square decorated by lotus flowers with several male statues. One of the statues is known to locals as the ‘Neak Ta Bark Kor’.
- Sambor Prei Kuk Group
Sambor Prei Kuk is a wonderous ancient city/temple complex area dating to the 6-7th century with a staggering 141 recorded temple sites and a large habitation area with complex waterworks in a zone that covers near to 13 sq km (5 sq miles). Known in ancient times as Ishanapura, it is the capital of the Chenla Kingdom that succeded the prior Funan era of the 1st to early 6th century. In 2017, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Naga Bridge (Spean Praptos – Kampong Kdei Bridge)
Spean Praptos is on the road from Angkor to Phnom Penh capital city, used to be the longest corbeled stone-arch bridge in the world, with more than twenty narrow arches spanning 285 ft (87m). The bridge was built in the 12th century during the reign of King Jayavarman VII. It is one of the few Khmer empire era bridges to have survived to the modern day.
- Boat trip (Kampong Khleang stilt-houses and fishing village)
Kampong Khleang village is a characterful, natural, and charming village where the bulk of the locals draw their livelihood from the great Tonle Sap lake and its tributaries.
This unusual sight, and the fascinating way of life of the local people, attracts a lot of tourists, especially during the rainy season. There are tour boats readily available for hire that can take you along the waterways admiring the stilted houses and visiting pagodas, also, heading out onto the Tonle Sap to visit the floating villages and the daily life.
- Kralan Village (the snack of sticky rice)
The delicious Southeast Asian snack of sticky rice, red bean, sugar and coconut milk sealed in a short length of bamboo and cooked over coals. Legend has it that the soldiers of the Angkor kings would take Kralan on their journeys for rations, and it is popular as an offering to monks on their alms rounds or at festivals and celebrations. The dish is famous all over the Kingdom and Cambodians argue endlessly about which village makes the tastiest Kralan.
Evening: Arrive at your hotel end of our taxi service
TOUR PRICES IN US Dollars
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|6 - 7 People
Entrance Fees (Not Included)
✫ Entrance fee for Prasat Sambo Preikok Gourp temples cost 10$ per Person (Free for kid under 12 years)
✫ Boat ticket cost 20$ for an adult and 10$ for kid from 8 to 12 years to see Kampong Khleang fishing community on the Tonle Sap Lake