Please let me know if you’d want to participate in additional activities. Tours depart from Phnom Penh and its neighbouring locations, all led by knowledgeable local guides who will give you a taste of Cambodian culture:
Cambodia’s Capital City: Its Early Years
Learn about Phnom Penh’s past throughout your visit. It’s depressing, but it’s essential to understanding Cambodian culture in the modern day. In Phnom Penh, a number of places were made quite infamous by Khmer Rouge. These are just some of the places you’ll visit and learn about on your journey.
Discerning the Mysteries of Cambodian Capital
Spend the day going through Phnom Penh’s past and the present. Look back to the region’s history; it’s gloomy, but it’s vital to understand today’s Cambodia. The Khmer Rouge’s dark legacy may be seen in the current political climate in Cambodia. Then, go beyond the city to a Mekong island to see local life along the river’s banks. As you settle at the baitong hotel you can discover the place smoothly.
The Mekong River at Sunset
Taking a sunset boat ride isn’t only for those vacationing on tropical islands. Take this Phnom Penh tour to see wats, pagodas, and palaces as the sun sets over the Mekong River before returning to the city for the night.
Siem Reap’s Angkor Wat Excursion
Like a good blockbuster film, our best-selling Siem Reap vacation is interesting, engaging, and difficult to turn down. Visit the most well-known Angkorian temples, such as the serene Bayon and the tomb robbing Ta Prohm, before dining on a traditional Khmer feast fit for a king at a nearby restaurant. So stay at the best of Phnom penh hotels and set out early.
Street Food in Siem Reap at night is a must-try
Siem Reap’s street food has also been influenced by Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, and French techniques, creating a distinctly Cambodian flavour profile. As part of our night-time food tour, we’ll ride the local transit and go off the main path to sample traditional Siem Reap snacks, sweets and Khmer cuisine staples that can’t be found during the daytime.
The city of Phnom Penh has a wide variety of things to do
Enroll in a group aerobics class if you wish to begin your day in the same manner as the locals. All across Rio de Janeiro, people may participate in physical exercise in a number of locations. Dance and aerobics workouts will have you working up a sweat, but you’ll be the only one there from outside the country. With so many well-known Western songs being sung in Khmer in Cambodia, it’s a lot of fun to play “recognise that song.” On weekdays, classes begin at 6 a.m. and end at 7 p.m., while on weekends, classes run from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
The Cambodian Living Arts Center is a great site to get a taste of the country’s rich cultural heritage. Students and recent graduates of the nation’s performing arts colleges may get practical experience via this non-profit organisation. Annually, the lawn of the National Museum hosts a range of events, including as folk dances, puppet shows, and traditional dance performances. Adults are need to pay a $15 charge to attend the performance.