Angkor Wat1
Angkor Wat (2)
Ta Prohm1
Angkor Wat3
Terrace Of The Leper King & Elephant2
Ko Ker
Bang Malea
Royal Palace8
East Mebon - elephant 05
Angkor Wat, Prasat Kravan - detail 09
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Remote Temple (1)

Cambodia's Finest

10 Days / 9 Nights

Experience Cambodia's finest sights on our unique tour of the country which encompasses the most important sights while offering you true experiences to meet and interact with the locals and  immerse youself in the local culture with Seven Senses. Visit hidden villages, local homes, explore the countryside and magnificent temples off the tourist trail.


Our itineraries are suggestions and are fully customisable according to your needs, interests and budget.

Treat these itineraries as inspiration and one of our experts will create your uniquely tailored holiday with your requests in mind so that you can truly experience Cambodia with Seven Senses.


Day 1. Arrive Siem Reap, the Gateway to Angkor (-/-/-)

Welcome to Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonder!

Meet your guide and driver upon arrival and be transferred to your hotel.

The rest of the day remains free.

Day 2. Beng Mealea and Banteay Srei (B/L/-)

Depart the hotel after breakfast for Beng Mealea, a standalone masterpiece situated 40km east of the main temples of Angkor overgrown with vegetation, allowing a real “wilderness experience”. Continue afterwards to a local Pagoda to learn about Buddhism further. Continue to one of the jewels in the Angkor area, Banteay Srei.

Day 3. Angkor Highlights by Tuk Tuk or Jeep (B/L/-)


We tried to design an itinerary for you to be able to experience Angkor away from the crowds as much as possible visiting hidden gems and the unmissable sights at a time of day when it is the least crowded. Start with a Tuk Tuk Ride to Ta Prohm. Take a hike between and visit some lesser known temples. Have lunch in a typical Khmer village served at a local home. Continue by TukTuk to Angkor Wat, and visit some of the most famous temples in the afternoon.

Day 4. Angkor to Battambang (B/-/-)

Visit Me Chhrey, an authentic floating village experience. By visiting a local home you get a better understanding of life on the lake and your guide would be more than happy to translate your questions to your hosts. Visit the Silk Farm of Artisans d’Angkor, located a 15 minute drive away. Here people with underprivileged backgrounds are given an opportunity to improve their livelihoods by reviving the ancient crafts of making art and producing silk. 

Day 5. Countryside Tour - Battambang (B/L/-)

Drive by TukTuk through villages in rural Battambang. Visit a local house, meet with the family and get to understand their daily chores. Learn how the local people produce sticky rice, rice noodles, rice paper and fish paste. Taste some rice wine or try to make some rice noodles yourself. Ride through Cambodia’s countryside on the Bamboo Train and get in touch with friendly local people. Visit Phnom Banan temple in the afternoon, a smaller version of Angkor Wat. 


Day 6. Battambang to Phnom Penh (B/-/-)

The starting point of the rural exploration is Phnom San Touch, a perfect spot overlooking the beautiful paddy fields below and the Tonle Sap in the distance. Set out for a casual and short bicycle ride through dirt roads and endless paddy fields to the pottery making villages. Visit a local home where palm wine is being produced. Continue afterwards to Oudong, which was the capital of Cambodia between 1618 and 1866. There are several stupas containing the ashes of Khmer kings, including the King Ang Duong, the founder of today's capital, Phnom Penh. Arrive in Phnom Penh early evening.

Day 7. Phnom Penh (B/-/-)

Discover this bustling capital and see some of the most important sites.

Although far from pretty, learning more about Cambodia’s recent history is essential and helps to increase one’s perception of Cambodia’s development and the people’s mentality. Visit the Tuol Sleng prison, and Choeung Ek, which is known as “The Killing Fields”. Nowadays it is home to a memorial stupa containing over 5000 skulls, which allows the Khmer people to return and honour their ancestors who died during the Pol Pot regime. 

Day 8. Phnom Penh to Tatai, Koh Kong Province (B/-/-)

Transfer (without guide) to Koh Kong Province, which you will reach after approximately five hours. Rich in natural beauty, Tatai River is your highway to the wonders of the Cardamom rainforest and Southeast Asia’s largest coastal mangrove. The 4 River Floating Lodge will pick you up by boat as the Lodge is only accessible by water. Check in at your luxury safari-like floating tent and enjoy the serenity of the jungle. Kayaking, boating or visiting the wonderful Ta Tai falls all among the options.

Day 9. Tatai (B/-/-)

Enjoy another day in paradise. There is no limit to your possibilities today as you may choose to fill the day with whatever excursion you feel is suitable. The resort has lined up a number of possibilities for you. Of course it is also possible to remain free and enjoy the facilities of the resort like the swimming pool or float around on the river.

Day 10. Tatai to Koh Chang or Trat Airport (B/-/-)

Leave the resort after breakfast and board the local boat that brings you back to the mainland. Transfer to Thailand’s border (without guide) in the nearby city of Koh Kong and continue to the island of Koh Chang for your optional beach stay extension or to Trat airport to board your flight back to the UK.

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The itinerary may be subject to change depending on circumstances.




Projects you support while traveling this program:

A local family: As part of our commitment to help the local community, we always pay a small contribution when we visit a local home, have a lunch at a family’s home or when the family allows us to make use of any service or equipment they are able to offer us.


The Pagoda: A Pagoda is a community institution. If you had lunch on the grounds of a pagoda, or visited a pagoda and met with a local monk, we donate to that pagoda. The Pagoda usually uses the money for development of its grounds, which benefits the entire community they are located in as everyone is allowed to make use of the pagoda, its facilities and its guidance.


Kok Dong Community School: Even if you haven’t visited the Kok Dong Community School, we still support the school with materials, computers, and donations and any other materials and advice needed for the school to continue to develop the young minds of Cambodia.

10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTS FROM £1,150 per person + flights

based on 2 people travelling together

The price includes:


9 nights medium range hotel accommodation in twin/double room

Air conditioned private vehicle with driver for the full duration of the tour as described in the itinerary

All tours mentioned in the itinerary with private English speaking guide

Meals: breakfast in the hotels, 1 picnic lunch and 2 lunches at local homes

All entrance fees and permissions to the sites visited

The price does not include:


Return flights from the UK to Cambodia

Anything not specifically mentioned above

Visa fee for Cambodia

Tips to the guide and driver

Travel insurance

Personal costs such as drinks, laundry, etc.






  • If you travel with us you will not just visit, you will experience your destination


  • Get in touch with the local culture, meet the people

  • Immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, taste, and feel of your journey

  • Our guides strive to share real experiences with you

  • 100% Tailor-made according to your interests, requirements and budget


  • Stay in hand picked boutique hotels with a local feel and character

  • Options from budget to luxury


  • Every little detail of your trip is carefully planned and managed throughout your journey​​

  • 100% Financial Protection


  • Full supplier failure cover

  • ATOL Protected


  • Our travel consultants have travelled extensively and have a broad knowledge of, and passion for their destination countries


  • 24/7 emergency UK and local contact numbers while abroad