6-Day Travel Guide to Cambodia: Siem Reap & Battambang Tour
This 6-day custom-tailored Cambodia luxury tour takes you through extremely beautiful landscapes coupled with the local culture. It entices tourists to delve deeper into Cambodias history and geography. Explore ruins, cities, and the countryside alike. Travel on untamed roads and board your first Bamboo train in Cambodia.
Explore the incredible Angkor complex, from the famous Angkor Wat to the ancient capital of Angkor Thom
Discover the traditions and historical culture on the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia at Tonle Sap
Visit pre-Angkorian temples that date back to the 8th and 9th centuries
Witness the charming French Colonial architecture of Battambang
Ride through the immense countryside on the unique Bamboo Train
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Welcome to Siem Reap. Your guide will meet you at the airport and take you to a luxury hotel. Explore Siem Reap, a city that sits on the banks of the Siem Reap River and is known as the gateway to Angkor. Feel the energy that Psar Chaa holds. Take the tuk-tuk rides to cover short distances leisurely. This city is small in size but offers a lot when it comes to sightseeing. Watch the fabulous rendition of a Khmer performance as you enjoy a traditional Cambodian dinner.
Day 2: Delving into the storied pasts
Marvel at the grand entrance of Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world made of dark-colored sandstone. The imperious temple a height of 141 feet tall. Take a gander at the historical eminence of this place. The area around the park is populated, and it houses numerous villages, some of whose inhabitants can trace their ancestry back to the Angkorian era. Agriculture is practiced by the populace, notably rice farming.
Day 3: Exploring a few more temples
Continue your temple journey and visit the Rolous Group of temples. Most of the temples are made of laterite and sandstone, which contributes to their stunning shine in the morning light against the background of verdant trees and grass. Explore the old market in the afternoon. Explore the local market, home to artisan workshops.
Day 4: The French Colonial architecture
Welcome to the second-largest city in Cambodia, Battambang. The city is quite big in size, but it still possesses a pleasant small-town charm. The French Colonial architecture fills the citys historic center. Leave the bustled streets of Angkor and Siem Reap behind and find a sense of tranquility in this place. Pay a visit to the Governors Palace, constructed in the early 1900s. Feel the irresistible scents of coffee and baguettes drifting through the streets. Enjoy the iconic faade all around you with floral designs that make a building look like one right out of Paris.
Day 5: The Bamboo Culture
Step outside of Battambang and discover the rural life of Cambodia. View the serene river in the morning light and witness the pale blue sky canvassing the land and the river. Get boarded to your very first Bamboo Train, also known as Nori and go on a classic journey of Cambodias rural history. This one-of-a-kind Bamboo train allows you to immerse yourself in the culture of this rural landscape.
Day 6: Departure
After breakfast, your guide will transfer you to the airport to take your flight back home.