Tours & Multi Centre
Southern Indochina Discovery
Ho Chi Minh City → Mekong Delta → Phnom Penh → Siem Reap
Internal flights between Phnomh Penh and Siem Reap. English speaking guide and meal plan as specified.
The Kingdom of Cambodia invites you to the bustling capital city of Phnom Penh and its ‘Jewel in the Crown’, magnificent Angkor Wat – ancient capital of the Khmer empire located north of the capital at Siem Reap. One of the true wonders of the world, its vast site holds over 700 ruins and provides a simply breathtaking encounter. But Cambodia is more than Angkor. It offers mighty rivers that dwarf our own modest waterway: Untamed landscapes and remote forests rich in teak and mahogany: Beautiful beaches virtually footprint-free: A fascinating cultural heritage and profound Buddhist faith: and French colonial echoes and remote hill tribes. Now firmly back on the Indo-China travel map after a long period of isolation, Cambodia is easily combinable with nearby Thailand, Vietnam and/or Laos. Even the shortest visit is a window into a vibrant ancient culture.
For the more adventurous Cambodia''''s north-east, home to elephants, leopards and the Irrawaddy, offers hill tribes, trekking (foot and elephant) and dolphins in the Mekong River near the Laos border. You can go biking, take a helicopter ride around Angkor, and cruise on the mighty Mekong from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap.
Gourmet Cuisine & Dining Out
The main hotels in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap offer both international and local cuisine. You’ll find excellent Chinese and Vietnamese fare in both cities’ expanding restaurant choices – but it’s the local dishes which are often the best prepared. Khmer cuisine is similar to those of Thailand, Laos and, to a lesser extent, Vietnam, but with fewer spices. Phnom Penh has a reasonable selection of eating and entertainment options. There’s no shortage of choice in Siem Reap, with Thai, Chinese, French, Western and Japanese cuisine widely available.