Love to travel, but not sure where to start? The Best Multigenerational Escape Tour Package in Cambodia has been carefully chosen by our local guides to include a variety of sights and experiences that will enrich the lives of everyone involved.
Enjoy connecting with your family while touring the floating villages and circus, shop for souvenirs around Phnom Penh’s Royal Palace, learn about the history of the country at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum… all this with an Angkor Zipline and Sunset Boat experience!
Itinerary in Details
Upon arrival at Siem Reap International Airport, you will be welcomed by your driver and transferred to your hotel for check-in. Once you arrive at the hotel, you will be welcomed by one of our management team, and it is the opportunity to go through your itinerary again before it gets started.
This morning, you’ll be taken to the Khmer Ceramics Workshop this morning, where the local potter will lead you.
They’ll show you how to make an Angkorian bowl and customize it with your will first show our own carving. Following the construction of your pot’s framework, we will glaze and fire the pots at 1000°C for the final hour.
The next day, your completed artifact will be shipped to your hotel.
In the afternoon, you partake in cooking class. Here you will join the cooking class to make some of the Cambodian classics like Amok. Enjoy the hands-on cooking experience, including three Cambodian dishes in a purpose-built village pavilion. During the class, we will visit a local market and a local family’s home so that you can learn how the locals cook. During the class, you will get to eat what you cook, so we have classed this as dinner.
We depart the town as we venture towards an unspoiled floating community called Kampong Phluk, known for its stilted-house villages and flooded forest.
Along the way, we will stop to have a look around the Rolous Market. This is a great chance to glimpse the local daily life selling indigenously grown vegetables, different fish species, and other local produce.
We will also see one of the bridges on the Rolous River, built during the period of French dominance in Cambodia. We then board a boat and begin sailing down the river, eventually arriving at the floating community of Kampong Phluk, where we will experience a truly unique way of life.
Within the community, there are fish farms, an island pagoda, schools, and houses built on 8 to 10m high stilts.
As we venture beyond the villages, we will head into the flooded forest; home to some of Cambodia’s water-bird species. The boat will then set off for the largest freshwater lake in SE Asia, Tonle Sap, where we will explore before heading back to the mainland and returning you back to your hotel for your lunch and the rest of the afternoon free.
And, in the evening, you’ll be wowed by the incredible Cambodian circus, which combines acrobatics, music, dance, and culture. The show is put on by the performing arts school in collaboration with Phare Ponleu, a non-profit organization. They’ve given young Cambodians a forum to grow their talents, and their show has impressed audiences all over the world.
The circus show is more accurately represented as music, dance, Cambodian storytelling, and acrobatics rather than a circus. This spectacular display is a must-see for anyone visiting Cambodia.
You can either choose to be picked up at 6:15 pm, meaning that you can eat at the Phare Circus restaurant before the show or at 7:15 pm if you want to eat after the performance.
This morning, at 7:45 am, you will start your cycling to the very first temple of Angkor Wat, then visit the temple with your guide. You start cycling to the South Gate and ride to the West Gate off-road. You will arrive at a hidden temple in the middle of a rice field.
Then you will have lunch at a local restaurant in front of the Terrace of the Elephant. After lunch, visit the Bayon temple and ride to the Death Gate of the Angkor Thom city. You finish with a ride under the trees back to the hotel.
(Apopo Hero Rats)
Today we make you feel like gibbons as you fly through the air for your treetop adventure. With 10 ziplines, 4 hanging bridges, 21 platform stations, and a 50-meter rappel descent, you are sure to have an adrenaline adventure to remember.
For lunch, everyone will meet at the Angkor Zipline, and the staff will take you for lunch to their restaurant. Afterward, you will be transferred back to the hotel.
(Sunset Boat with snacks)
Today, you have the majority of the day to spend as you wish. However, in the late afternoon, we will then pick you up for a 2-hour horse ride where you will be able to watch the sunset from the beautiful countryside.
Our horses will lead you on a ride through local countryside villages, scenic rice fields, and tourist-free temple ruins, all of which are waiting to be explored. This will no doubt provide an authentic taste of the real Khmer lifestyle viewed from horseback and a welcome break from other tourists.
Today you will enjoy the one and only wakeboard park in the Kingdom of Cambodia! It is located in the city of Siem Reap, home to the world’s largest religious monument called Angkor Wat.
Wakeboarding will be available at the park, with a range of board choices for anyone from beginners to pros. If you just want to watch and relax, there will be free access to our beach area and a restaurant offering local food, wraps, bowls, and refreshing drinks.
This morning, you will leave Siem Reap behind and travel onward to Cambodia’s capital city – Phnom Penh. Along the way, you will stop briefly in Skuon (commonly known as ‘Spiderville’). There, if your stomach permits it, you will be able to try the local delicacy of deep-fried tarantula!
Upon your arrival in Phnom Penh, you will be transferred to your hotel for check-in.
Then, the Royal Palace complex and the adjacent ‘Silver Pagoda’ compound include many buildings, structures, and gardens set within 500×800 meter walled grounds overlooking a riverfront park.
The high sculpted wall and the golden spired Chanchhaya Pavilion, which mark the approach to the Palace, stand out against the riverfront skyline. The high walls of the Palace grounds muffle street noises, and the various Royal buildings rise like ornate islands from the tranquil, manicured tropical gardens. The silver pagoda is also recognized as the Emerald Buddha Pagoda or Wat Preah Kaew.
After the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel for rest with the evening free.
After breakfast, you’ll be picked up for a Cyclo tour around Phnom Penh’s key sites, such as Wat Phnom, the Central Market, Independence Monument, the Royal Palace, and the Silver Pagoda.
You will visit the National Museum, the largest museum of cultural history and is the country’s leading historical and archaeological museum.
Today you will be picked up to go to the Phnom Penh Royal Safari Park, the first large-scale 200 with a “Four Kingdoms” theme, which features four majestic and fascinating daily animal shows.
Daily Show Schedule:
Bird Show Times 09:15 am
Tiger Show Time 09:50 am
Multi-Show Time 10:25 am
Crocodile Show Times 11:00 am
Orang Utan Show Time 11:35 am
Today at 8 am, you’ll be picked up from your hotel and transfer to Kampot.
You’ll have a great time touring a synagogue, old and new casinos, and the royal residence. The house, which boasts incredible views of Cambodia’s coastline, was designed by French authorities in the early 1920s to avoid the high summer temperatures. Take a ride up to Bokor Hill Station, and you can also arrange for a picnic lunch to be served at the top.
After your visit, you will be transported directly to your hotel for check-in, and the rest of the day will be at your convenience.
After breakfast, you’ll be picked up to leave for Koh Kong. A province in southwest Cambodia with a vast undeveloped coastline and a rugged interior encompassing part of the Cardamom Mountains’ rainforest. The forested, hilly Koh Kong Island is lined with tropical beaches, mangroves, and small fishing villages.
Tatai Waterfall by Boat
Visit the famous Tatai waterfall, also called Nature’s Spa, on a serene boat trip down the Tatai River. Be bold and climb the slippery rocks or simply relax to the sound of rushing water. This is a great way to refresh after a jungle hike.
Today you are free to enjoy your day.
This morning, you will be ready to say goodbye, leave Koh Kong, and then head to the capital with plenty of time for your departing flight back home.