Travel Package by Apple Vacations and Conventions
From RM2,199 / person
Assemble in KL International Airport for flight to Siem Reap.
- War Memorial Monument - Built to commemorate the soldiers and people who died in the war.
- Les Artisan D’ Angkor By developing high quality products that express the dynamism of the Khmer culture, Artisans Angkor strives to be a timeless showcase for Cambodian crafts with pieces inspired by Angkor heritage as well as fashionable handmade clothing and decorative items that can suit contemporary lifestyles.
- Cambodia Cultural Village - Cambodian Cultural Village is a theme park and museum in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It presents miniature versions of important historical buildings and structures, together with local customs. There are eleven unique villages, representing the varied culture heritage of nineteen ethnic groups.
- Angkor Night Market
- Angkor Thom - It is the most enduring capital of the Khmer Empire from the 9th to the 15th centuries. The Angkor City covers an area of 9 square kilometres and is surrounded by a 100-metres-wide, 6-metresdeep moat.
- South Gate of Angkor Thom - The South Gate is the most well-preserved and maintaine among the five gates of Angkor Thom. The gate is 23 meters high. On the top is a huge four-faced Buddha statue with a serene smile that welcomes all who visit.
- Bayon Temple - Built at the end of the 12th century, it is a temple built b King Jayavarman VII for himself. Here you can find no only the famous “Khmer smile” but also the rich and vivid relief sculptures on the cloisters.
- Baphuon Temple - The Baphuon Temple is a Hindu temple. At the end of the 15th century, the king adopted Buddhism, so the Baphuon Temple was converted into a Buddhist temple, and a 70-meter-long rock reclining Buddha was built on the wes side of the temple’s second floor.
- Phimeanakas Temple - A Hindu temple built at the end of the 10th century i the Khleang style during the reign of Rajendravarman, and then completed by Suryavarman I in the shape of a three- tier pyramid as a Hindu temple. On the edge of the top platform are incomplete galleries.
- Elephant Terrance - The parade platform of the ancient kings. Apart from the elephant reliefs, there are also relief sculptures such as life- sized garuda (bird-like creature) and lions.
- Terrace of the Leper King - Located in the northeast corner of the ancient palace, the inner and outer walls are rich in relief sculptures. This unique double-sided relief is worthy of attentive viewing.
- Angkor Wat Temple Angkor Wat is one of South East Asia’s greatest world cultura heritage buildings. Famous for its magnificent architecture an detailed reliefs, it is also the largest temple in the world.
- Ta Prohm Temple (Tomb Raider Movie filming location) Ta Prohm Temple, also known as ‘mother temple, is built b Jayavarman VII in honour of his mother. The temple is surrounde by trees which gives it a mysterious ambience.
- Srah Srang Reservoir Srah Srang is one of the few reservoirs at Angkor still holding water.
- Pre Rup Temple In the past, kings and aristocrats were cremated here after thei death to achieve ‘human bliss’ according to the Hindu teaching and turn into a god. We will enjoy a memorable sunset view here.
- Souvenir Shop
- Tonle Sap Lake (Includes Boat Ride)- Enjoy a traditional wooden boat ride on the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and visit the floating village.
- Angkor Panorama Museum Through a huge picture (123 meters x 13 meters), discover the 360° view of the “Angkor - the Age of Prosperity” that displays the life scenes of the Khmer people during its golden years, many centuries ago.
- Old Market
Transfer to airport for the flight back home.