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Excursions in Phnom Penh- Central


Full Day Phnom Penh Discovery

Full Day Phnom Penh Discovery

If you really want to get to grips with what makes Phnom Penh a great destination then you will be able to eat, see and glide your way around the best bits of the city on this tour. You will be picked up at your hotel between 8.30am and 9.00am. Today we explore Phnom Penh, a chaotic, energetic and fascinating city.



Full Day Discover Phnom Penh City

Full Day Discover Phnom Penh City

The city tour starts at the elegant Royal Palace, home of His Majesty Preah Bat Samdech Preah Norodom Sihanouk. The Palace is actually a number of structures within a pagoda-style compound. An awe-inspiring sight, the throne room, or the main building has a tiered roof topped by a 59m tower. The Silver Pagoda is the royal chapel, located within the Royal Palace grounds but walled off in a separate enclosure. It takes its name from the estimated 5,000 silver tiles covering the floor of the main temple.

There is also the National Museum. It first opened in 1920. It is small, but harbours an astonishing wealth of Khmer stone, bronze, and wooden sculpture. Then you visit Wat Phnom; a small hill, founding place of the Phnom Penh. Afternoon, you will continue to Choeung Ek Killing Fields Site; a group of mass graves and a memorial stupa containing thousands of skulls.

Then you will return to the city to visit Russian Market (Psah Toul Tom Poung). This market has a more interesting and varied selection of souvenirs. Lunch will be served at Chao Praya Restaurant.



Full Day Takeo And Tonle Bati Tour

Full Day Takeo And Tonle Bati Tour

The excursion starts in the morning with a visit to Ta Keo village, which is situated nearby the river. It continues by local speed boat (the helmet and safety jackets are definitively obliged) along the canal number 15 to visit the Phnom Da at Angkor Borei. It takes about 45 minutes on boat offering interesting views od the fishermen's life along the canal and the magnificent view alone the way. The excursion follows with a visit to Ta Keo on the same route by local speed boat. Picnic lunch by Raffles Hotel Le Royal will be served on site. In the afternoon, guests will continue by road to visit the Tonle Bati where the temple of Ta Prohm is located as well as the Ta Prohm and Yeay Peau Temples which are located close to each other with their impressive legend and observing Tonle Bati Lake where every weekend the Cambodian people are fond to come for picnic, folloed by a return and arrive in Phnom Penh in the late afternoon.



Half Day Phnom Penh´s Past

Half Day Phnom Penh´s Past

Few cities have endured so much tragedy in their recent past as Phnom Penh. This emotional half-day tour takes you to some of the locations most closely associated with the darkest chapter in Cambodia’s history. There will be heart-rending moments detailing some of the unspeakable crimes visited on ordinary people during the four-year reign of terror of the Khmer Rouge.



Half Day Morning Tour To Phnom Chisor

Half Day Morning Tour To Phnom Chisor

Driving for 59 kilometres southeast of Phnom Penh to Phnom Chisor (Surya Parvata) that is constructed in brick of clay and stones, girders and frame are sculptured in wills. The 400 steps allows to reach the top of Phnom Chisor making for a fairly vigorous climb but the quality of the ruins and the amazing view of the countryside make the climb worth it.



Half Day Tour To Koh Dach

Half Day Tour To Koh Dach

Leaving from the hotel to Koh Dach, located 15 kilometres northeast of Phnom Penh by road No.6A about 15-20 minutes. Then cross Mekong River about 15-20 minutes by ferry along the beautiful view scenarios of the Mekong riverbanks and fishing villages. Koh Dach is the traditional silk weaving village of handicraft production, dying and wearing silk on old looms.



Half Day Tour To Oudong

Half Day Tour To Oudong

Phnom Oudong, the ancient capital of Cambodia is located within 40km northwest of Phnom Penh. The original name is Oudong Meanchey Oudong which means noble or excellent and Meanchey means victory. It is now the official resting place of the most sacred of Buddha's bones possessed by Cambodia. Upon their arrival, guests will climb up for 10-20 minutes from the base of the mountain to the top where they will be able to witness a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside such as, rice fields and floodplains. The bone has had a new temple built top the mountain and is now the tallest one of three temples that exists there. For something completely different, guests should take a side trip to Prasat Nokor Vimean Sour, a concrete unduly ornate, semi-replica of Angkor Wat built in 1998.



Half Day Phnom Penh City Tour

Half Day Phnom Penh City Tour

City tour with starting at the elegant Royal Palace; it is home of His Majesty Preah Bat Samdech Preah Norodom Sihanouk and her Majesty Preah Reach Akka Mohesey Norodom Monineath Sihanouk. The Palace is actually a number of structures within a pagoda-style compound. An awe-inspiring sight, the throne room has a tiered roof topped by a 59m tower. Silver Pagoda is the royal chapel, located within the Royal Palace grounds but walled off in a separate enclosure. It takes its name from the estimated 5,000 silver tiles covering the floor of the main temple. Each tile is made from a kg of silver. Although plundered by the Khmer Rouge, it contains some superb Buddha statuary. A few artefacts from the royal collection are displayed in glass cases. A National Museum; it was designed by French archaeologist and painter George Grislier and constructed in traditional style by Cambodian craftsmen in 1917. The museum first opened in 1920. It´s small, but harbours an astonishing wealth of Khmer stone, bronze and wooden sculpture. Last stop at Wat Phnom; a small hill crowned by an active Wat marks the legendary founding place of the Phnom Penh.



Half Day Tuol Sleng And Choeung Ek

Half Day Tuol Sleng And Choeung Ek

Depart from hotel to Choeung Ek Killing Fields Site; a group of mass graves and a memorial stupa containing thousands of skulls. Then we will back to the city to visit Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, it was a high school. When the Khmer Rouge came to power it was converted into the S-21 prison and interrogation facility. The building now serves as a museum, a memorial and a testament to the madness of the Khmer Rouge regime. Much has been left in the state it was when the Khmer Rouge abandoned it in January 1979. The prison kept extensive records, leaving thousands of photos of their victims, many of which are on display. Paintings of torture at the prison by Vann Nath, a survivor of Toul Sleng, are also on display. The museum's famous and controversial "skull map" has recently been dismantled.



Half Day Tuol Sleng And Central Market

Half Day Tuol Sleng And Central Market

The Toul Sleng Genocide Museum was formerly a high school and is located by the local train station. When the Khmer Rouge came to power it was converted into the S-21 prison and interrogation facility. The building now serves as a museum, a memorial and a testament to the madness of the Khmer Rouge regime. Much has been left in the state it was when the Khmer Rouge abandoned it in January 1979. The prison kept extensive records, leaving thousands of photos of their victims, many of which are on display. Paintings of torture at the prison by Vann Nath, a survivor of Toul Sleng, are also on display. The museum's famous and controversial skull map has recently been dismantled. Then we will visit Central Market (Phsar Thmei); the distinctive art-deco styling of the Central Market makes it a standout in the architecture of Phnom Penh.



Half Day Mekong Sunset

Half Day Mekong Sunset

Light up your afternoon with a stunning sunset odyssey along the mighty Mekong River. Experience a thrilling moto-remork ride and cruises. Visit a traditional village, learn about handicrafts and taste some local snacks then admire stunning Khmer architecture before the setting sun lights up the sky with a kaleidoscope of gold and crimson colours.