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Siem Reap

Day 01  Arrival/Siem Reap   (-)


Upon arrival, meet greet by my Cambodian representative at Siem Reap airport, with a tour guide and transfer to hotel. Early check-in if room is available or drop your luggage at storage, refresh and proceed for sightseeing and tours.


Cambodia, a land of mystical wonders which is home to the world-renowned architectural marvels, Angkor Wat, declared by UNESCO as one of the seven wonders of the world. A small country filled with amazing culture, scenic spots and a thousand of unfold stories waiting to be told. Enjoy the sights and sounds and immerse yourself in the glory of mighty Khmer empire and hospitality.

It was the last capital of the Angkorian empire. After Jayavarman VII recaptured the Angkorian capital from the Cham invaders in 1181, he began a massive building campaign across the empire, constructing Angkor Thom as his new capital city with existing structures such as Baphuon and Phimeanakas and built a grand enclosed city around them.

Angkor Thom or Big Angkor. Big temple meaning (Supreme Being), take note, a straight view of the picture below shows the form of Lord Ganesha).

The Angkor Wat was constructed as a Hindu temple, it has served as a Buddhist temple since Buddhism became Cambodia’s dominant religion in the 14th century. Pay homage to all four Buddha images before departing Angkor.


Next, visit an amazing Ta Prohm temple which is not restored and left to the elements with giant trees embracing of stone works, giving the temple a unique character.


Of similar design to the later Jayavarman VII temples of Preah Khan and Banteay Kdei, this quiet, sprawling monastic complex is only partially cleared of jungle overgrowth. Intentionally left partially unrestored, massive fig and silk-cotton trees grow from the towers and corridors offering some of the best ‘tree-in-temple’ photo opportunities at Angkor. Flocks of noisy parrots flit from tree to tree adding to the jungle atmosphere. 


This temple was one of Jayavarman VII's first major temple projects, dedicated to his mother. (Preah Khan, built shortly after Ta Prohm in the same general style, was dedicated to Jayavarman VII’s father.) Ta Prohm was originally constructed as a Buddhist monastery and was enormously wealthy in its time, boasting of control over 3000 villages, thousands of support staff and vast stores of jewels and gold.

Angkor Thom or Big Angkor. Big temple meaning (Supreme Being), take note, a straight view of the picture below shows the form of Lord Ganesha)


Have dinner at local restaurant. Transfer to hotel. Check in and Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 02  KBal Spean/Banteay Srei  (B)


Leave the hotel very early, to enjoy sunrise view over Angkor Wat and back to hotel for breakfast.

When the sun breaks over the horizon rising behind Angkor Wat, it gives the reflecting pool a silhouette of Angkor’s towers where it appears distinctive shape. 

The Bayon is a richly decorated Khmer temple related to Buddhism at Angkor in Cambodia, built in the late 12th or early 13th century as the state temple of the King Jayavarman VII, it stands at the centre of Jayavarman's capital, Angkor Thom. 


Have lunch at local restaurant and visit Angkor Wat, the most perfect Khmer temple, built in the 12th century by Suryavarman II dedicated to the Hindu god, Vishnu.


Do not make your first visit to Angkor Wat in the morning when the backlighting obscures the view, particularly when a first visit, is awesome. To maximize this effect you should make your first visit in optimal lighting conditions, i.e. after 2:00PM.

After breakfast, visit Kbal Spean, about 50kms northeast of Siem Reap. Walking up the Kbal Spean hill about 1800m along a passage through the jungle you will get a river and see many lingas elaborately caved on the riverbed. The river is also known as a “River of a Thousand Lingas”. Following the river down, there are some carvings of Vishnu and Shiva with his wife Uma and five-meter high Waterfall.


Stop for lunch at Kbal Spean. After lunch, visit Banteay Srei temple, a tiny temple complex consider by many visitors to be the highest achievement in art and architecture of the Classic Angkor civilization. The glory of Banteay Srei is the beauty of its sculptures and decorations. The pink sandstone used in its buildings makes this temple more beautiful.


Siem Reap and Cambodia is not complete without attending a traditional Cambodian dance performance. During the Angkorian era, dance performances were enjoyed by kings and common people alike. The dances are perhaps better described as 'dance-dramas' as they also convey a story or message. Dinner with nightly traditional/classical dance show at the local restaurant. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Siem Reap. 

Day 03  Siem Reap/Kuala Lumpur (B)  


Early breakfast at hotel, transfer to Siem Reap International Airport for departure for onward destination.


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