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Ta-Prohm Temple

5 Days 4 Nights Siem Reap / Cambodia ~ Phnom Penh



5 Days 4 Nights Siem Reap / Cambodia ~ Phnom Penh


Day 1      Kuala Lumpur / Siem Reap          (Meal On Board /L/D)
(0735am) Depart to airport and check in for the flight to Siem Reap.

Wat Thmey (Killing Field)
One of Siem Reap’s modern temples. Serves as a memorial to the atrocities of the Cambodian civil war.
War Memorial Monument
This place mainly from 1950 to 1999 for the collection instrument of war. It is mainly from Russia and China.
Les Artisan D’Angkor
Appreciation local art of handicraft, handicraft for your own shopping.
Angkor Night Market
The Market harbors more than 100 shops and stalls offering souvenirs , handicrafts, clothes, books, DVDs, electronics, jewelry, art and there’s even  a travel agent, 3D movies…The shopping atmosphere is peaceful and relaxing.

 Day 2     Siem Reap ~ Angkor Wat              (B/L/D)      

South Gate of Angkor Thom
Capital cities of South Gate of Angkor Wat which gate up to 23 metres, above the big four statues with face serene smile and welcome to people. It also act as a one sign of Angkor. Gates with 3 heads of elephants for decoration and its nose has a thick decorative patterns like waves, extraordinary momentum.
Bayon is well-known by the pomp of the Khmer Temple that located in Angkor in Cambodia. It was built in the late 12th century late or early 13th century as the official temple of the Mahayana Buddhist  King Yes Mo Kasi bhàradvàja VII.
Baphoun  is a temple that located in Cambodia’s Angkor, the northwest of the Bayon. It was founded in the mid-11th century.  It is a three-tiered temple mountain as the State Temple of Udayadityavarman II dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva.
The air Palace formerly known as Jin Jiaoshan that located inside the Tom King City in the northwestern part of Bayon. It is a temple in Angkor Palace that originally made for the Shiva temple and later was turned into Mount Meru of Hindu temples. Tong Wang was the tallest building in the city and now remaining complete building of the Palace.
Elephant Terrace
Terrace was selected horse of the King of Angkor that carved on the walls around a number of elephants and Hindu gods. The tower was built in the late 12th century Angkor by Jaya of rajendravarman VII. More than 300 meters in length with three platforms. The cascade with three elephant headdress as a column in the South and trunk volume with Lotus flowers. The lion and bird on the platform walls are carved.
Terrace of the Leper King
Bayon-style building was built by Jayavarman VII time although the construction of the modern name comes from the 15th century sculpture. The statue depicts the Hindu God Yama, the God of death. The statue is known as the “leper King” because growth in the above color Moss’s association with a man of leprosy for the legends of Cambodia’s Angkor King Yasovarman. Cambodian says his name is Dharmaraja and u-shaped structure is considered to have been used as the Royal crematorium.
Ta Prohm Temple
Ta Prohm is a quiet and sprawling monastery.. Some walls and doorways of the ancient structure were left overgrown and gripped by huge trees and other foliage. Flocks of parrots in the trees add to the atmosphere and give the visitor about the feeling of discovering a temple lost in the jungle. With this image in mind, it is not hard to imagine what the French naturalist Henri Mouhot must have felt when he ‘discovered’ the temple in 1860.
Srah Srong
Srah Srang always has water and is surrounded by greenery. According to one French archaeologist, it offers at the last rays of the day one of the most beautiful points to view the Park of Angkor. It was built in the end of the 12th century by the King Jayavarman VII and dedicated to Buddhist to replicato style of art.
Pre Rub Temple
You can view the beautiful sunset and the view of Angkor Wat.

 Day 3   Phnom Penh ~ Siem Reap       ( B / L / D )

Russian  Market          
Phnom Penh’s largest tourism souvenir market, most shops Cambodia cotton scarf, silk, handicrafts, as well as CD and DVD shops. Here you can also buy cheap, high quality fabrics, the local tailor tailored clothes.
Independence Monument
This monument was built in 1958, is designed to end French rule in Cambodia.
Victory Monument
Understand the history between Cambodia and Vietnam.
Norodom Sihanouk Statue
A revered leader who guided the country to independence from France and through wars before backing the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime in a bid to retain power.
Chaktomuk River
It was known as The ‘Four Faces’ – so called for its location   at the four branched confluence of the Mekong River.
Naga Resorts
Which is the Cambodia biggest International Casino, itself also is five –star hotel.
Souvenir Shop
Factory Outlet   

 Day 4     Phnom Penh                                         (B/L/D)

Royal Palace
It faces towards the east and is situated at the Western bank of the cross  division of the Tonle Sap River and the Mekong River called  Chaktomuk , surface magnificent.
Silver Pagoda
Sits next to the Royal Palace, moniker “Silver Pagoda” after the solid silver floor tiles than adorn the temple building.
Toul Sleng Museum
Which is displays items of the inhuman acts of Pol Pot.
Wat Phnom
The only one hill in Phnom Penh, magnificent temple on the top of Wat Phnom, is the leisure place for local people.
Daun Penh Statue
A statue of  the legendary founder of the city of  Phnom Penh.
Central Market
The building has as its core a central dome, The Central Market is a bustling emporium  of numerous stalls selling a wide variety of  upmarket goods.

 Day 5   Phnom Penh / Kuala Lumpur         (Meal On Boat / B )
(04.35pm)Depart to airport, check-in and transfer your flight for back home.

Special free Daily bottle mineral water per person
Special Cuisine: Buffet Dinner with Cambodian Cultural Performance
Optional TourUSD 17 / Person】:Tonle Sap Lake

** The sequence of itinerary, meals and hotel arrangement are subject to the final adjustment of the local ground operator. **(PRS)

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