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Cambodia Select 'n' Mix options 2018

At 5 pm set off on your cruise boat from a local pier along the river close to Wat Phnom.  The cruise takes you down to the Mekong River to view local fishermen and rural communities.  At sunset continue towards the Royal Palace: a great spot for taking photos.  Cruise back towards the North arriving back round 6.20 pm.
Sunset Cruise at Phnom Penh

Experience Phnom Penh in a truly exceptional way - viewing places rarely visited by tourists.  Become immersed in this city of contrasts and its colorful daily life.  Visit the Olympic Stadium sports complex, a local market, and the National University with its open air canteen for a coffee break.  Have a typical local lunch (included) at the National Library such as Loc Lac or Tom Yam soup and rice.
Phnom Penh Off the Beaten Track

On the way to your Angkor picnic you will pass villages and rice fields.  This quiet and quaint location is off the tourist track and a great break from exploring the imposing Angkor complex and enjoy a atmospheric lunch, followed by a relaxing foot massage.
Your picnic lunch box is provided by restaurants in Siam Reap, and our staff transform the location with tables, cushions, glasses, flowers etc.

Picnic lunch at a remote temple

Experience the countryside and typical village activities.  Actively participate in the creation of local products (such as making rice noodles, sticky rice, cambodian fresh coconut snacks and palm leaf handicrafts), engage and get closer to the villagers and their unique lifestyle.  Along the way explore different sugar palm stalls, with villagers explaining how they process the fruits in many different ways.
Cycling & lunch at Bong Thom Homestay

Our horses will take you on a journey to places that are otherwise unreachable, through local countryside, village, scenic rice paddies and tourist-free temple ruins - an authentic taste of the real Khmer lifestyle viewed from horse back.
This activity is family friendly as there are also small horses available for a child ride of 30 minute duration to get familiar with the animal.
Horse ride at Angkor temple complex

'Phare, the Cambodian Circus' gives a real insight into cambodian history and culture and is ideal for all age groups.  It is energetic and thrilling and shows the vibrant side of Cambodia.
Phare Ponleu Selpak is a NGO based in Battambang founded in 1944 to provide artistic training for young Cambodians.  The organisation also provides a classical education from Primary to High School underprivileged children.

Phare the Circus Show

During your 1 hour ride you will pass through villages and rice fields, and if you decide to ride for longer you will stop at pagodas.  Along the way stop anytime to take picture or gain information from your guide on the Khmer culture and lifestyle.  Quad bikes are easy to ride and come in various sizes and models depending on the wishes and experience of the rider.  Each route is designed so that you can choose easy or more adventurous trails.
Countryside sunset by Quad



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