Extensions to Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat

It is official: we now offer more extensions and tours to Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat.

You can enjoy a relaxing Mekong delta cruise on board one of our luxurious vessels first, discover the busy life on and near the river, visit a floating market with its abundance of fruit and vegetables and then continue with different means of transportation (speedboat, car or even plane) to Cambodia.

In Phnom Penh we offer different options of city tours, to Tuol Slend and the killing fields Choeung Ek or the roayal palace, the national museum and lots more. Our partnerhotels in Phnom Penh are of different standards, something to offer for each budget.

There is also a lot to explore between the capital of Cambodia (Phnom Penh) and Siem Reap, the starting point for tours to the temples of Angkor. Examples are «Spiderville», this towns speciality is deep fried tarantula, the first major temple city in South-East-Asia Isanapurna (Sambor Prei Kuk), a peaceful contrast to the busy temples at Angkor Wat or the impressive ancient Angkor bridges in Kompong Kdei.

Finally you can explore the numerous famous temples of Angkor Wat itself with a local guide: visit the temple Ta Prohm, which has been abandoned to the elements in the wonderful light of the rising sun, the giant pyramid of Takeo, the masterpiece of King Jayavarman VII, Angkor Thom (an immense walled city), the terrace of the Leper King and many other sites.

The tours are guided with a private Englisch speaking guide, in an aircon vehicle with driver. All tours can be individually extended and adjusted to the likings of our customers.

Extensions to Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat Extensions to Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat Extensions to Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat Extensions to Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat Extensions to Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat Extensions to Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat Extensions to Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat