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Package Tour

9 Days 8 Nights in Cambodia Tour

Pickup time: 8.00 am
(4.30am – 5.00am for sunrise)

Pickup location: Hotel or Guesthouse

9 Days 8 Nights in Cambodia Tour with ICare Tours

Hilight Tours:

Start from Siem Reap province, Kompong Thom province, Phnom Penh, Kompot province, Kep province, Sihanoukville province.

Tour description

Day 1

Siem Reap with Angkor Wat Tour

After we pick you up, we will head over to the South Gate of Angkor Thom, then move on to see:

> South Gate of Angkor Thom
> Bayon
> Baphoun
> Elephant Terrace
> Terrace of the Leper King
> Ta Prohm

Then we will stop for lunch in the Angkor Archaeological Park. After Lunch, we’ll go to see:

> Angkor Wat

When we finish, we will drop you off at your hotel.

Day 2

Siem Reap with Sightseeing Tour

After breakfast, we will go to Phnom Kulen where you can see the River of a Thousand Lingas.

After Lunch we will go and visit Tonle Sap Lake and the floating villages.

When we finished lunch, we’ll drop back to your hotels or somewhere in Siem Reap city.
Then we’ll stop for lunch. We can take you to a restaurant of your choice or recommend a restaurant for you in the Angkor Archaeological Park.

Day 3

Siem Reap to Sambo Prei Kok at Kompong Thom province

Heading from Siem Reap, passing the stunning Cambodia countryside and enroute to taste famous bamboo sticky rice, this outlying journey provides a nice adventure to unlock Pre-Angkorain ruins – the forested Sambor Prei Kuk formerly was Chenla Kingdom date back to 6th century and was listed as UNESCO World heritage site in 2017. Learn more from your tour guide about the deep Pre Angkor history.
After stopping for lunch, we will head over to Phnom Penh and overnight there.

Day 4

Phnom Penh city tour

Today our guide and driver meet you at hotel’s lobby at 8.30 am then drive to witness the tragic site of Cheug Ek – the killing field that proceeded more than 20 thousands of civilians and the site is connecting with Tuol Sleng Museum – was the former school that was transformed to Tortured Prison S21. Stroll around Russian market for shopping.

Enjoy Khmer set lunch (Romdeng or Bopha Titanic Phnom Penh).

Afternoon, we go for a guided tour at the National Museum, the world’s most important collection of Cambodian antique sculptures and carvings. Next, continue to visit Wat Phnom with interesting legendary of founding place of Phnom Penh Capital. Return hotel refreshment and short break.

Evening, we head to Phnom Penh’s Riverside then get on board with a welcome cocktail from drink menu while the boat is slowly cruising along Mekong & Tonle Sap, watch the sunset fading at horizon before buffet dinner is started to serve, unwind yourself with colorful Phnom Penh nightlights. Disembark and return hotel.

Day 5

Phnom Penh city tour + Kompot

We leave hotel at 8.00 am by car to take a challenge of cyclo ride (rickshaw) along riverfront for fantastic morning highlight of Phnom Penh Capital toward Independent Monument where we stop to capture some beautiful photos before resuming the ride to stroll around Central Market to see bustling local trades. Finished the cyclo ride at Royal Palace, we walk to visit The Royal Palace – a complex of buildings which are served as the royal residence for the King of Cambodia, admired by impressive Silver Pagoda with over 5000 solid silver tiles and other Royal Stupas, shrines, monuments, etc.

Return hotel for break.

Day 6

Kompot and Kep

> Visit Kampot’s surrounding caves…

> Visit the Pepper Farm…

> Visiting the Secret Lake in Kampot…

> Go kayaking down the River Kampot…

> Take a sunset cruise down the River Kampot…

> Enjoy dinner by the River Kampot…

Day 7

Kompot to Sihanoukville

> Drive up Bokor Mountain
> Beach vied

Day 8


> Koh Rong
> Koh Rong Sanlem
> Koh Chhat
> Fishing


> Tour Guide
> Entrance Fees
> Tonle Sap ticket
> Kulen national park ticket
> Temples Pass
$62 for 2, 3 days/person
> Lunch
> Driver
> Transportations
(Car, Van, Bus)
> Parking Fees
> Cool Water & Towels

9 Days 8 Nights in Cambodia Tour


> Foods & Drinks
> Other NOT mentioned

Please note:
All guests need to wear appropriate clothing around the temples. You will need to have your shoulders and knees covered. Cambodia is also a very hot and humid country, so please wear some light cotton clothing. The winter months (Nov – Feb) are a bit cooler, but it can still get very hot in the afternoons.

If you want recommendation for the evening, we are happy to reserve one of the following for you:

> Traditional Khmer (apsara) dancing show with buffet dinner at a local restaurants
> Khmer circus (a smaller, Cambodian version of Cirque du Soleil with an excellent mission)
> Excellent local restaurants