Hop in a cyclo to explore Phnom Penh. Head to the lively riverfront area for a sunset cruise, later dining at one of Phnom Penh’s top restaurants. Drive to Siem Reap, the perfect base from which to explore the temples of Angkor. Board a Microlight and go on an amazing aerial tour of Angkor Wat, said to symbolize the soul of the Khmer people.
Toast the sunset with a glass of champagne as the temple is illuminated by the setting sun’s golden rays. See Ta Phrom temple, twined with incredible tree-roots. Next, head to the ancient city of Angkor Thom. Dinner this evening includes a traditional Khmer dance performance. Go to the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and enjoy a picnic lunch in a local house built on the lake.
See the gem of Angkor, Banteay Srey, and visit the Landmine Museum. In the morning, further explore the countryside and see everyday Cambodian life; from water buffaloes bathing and oxen pulling carts to farmers working in their fields and children cycling to school.
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Backyard Travel is an independent online company specializing in tailor made tours to seven destinations in Southeast Asia, Japan and China. Launched in mid February 2012 with headquarters in Bangkok Thailand, Backyard Travel is staffed by locals and expats with many years of experience in the travel industry, who are committed to sharing their deep knowledge of, and passion for the region. Clients travelling with Backyard Travel will explore hidden places and see the classics with a unique twist, connect on a deep level with local people and ultimately gain a genuine understanding of the countries and cultures they visit.