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Your best golf holiday! Siem Reap is a popular destination for tourists and travelers. There is plenty to explore in this amazing city, allowing visitors to see the golden temples of Angkor Wat up close from their hotel terrace or while getting chauffeured around town by tuk-tuk’s.
Visit Ukheyadit market on the way out of town where you’ll find abundant street food from some of Cambodia’s cuisines, clothes, and local souvenirs just waiting to be bought.
One highlight during your excursion in Siem Reap will be Booyoung Golf Club and Spa – one amongst many excellent golf facilities here! The area has 18 holes with spectacular views across the palm-lined fairways at sunset over rice fields
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.
Today, you’ll be picked up one hour before your tee time at ‘Booyoung Golf & Country Club,’ giving you plenty of time to prepare for your round.
This is the 3rd international standard golf course to open near Angkor Wat. It was previously known as Angkor Lake/Siem Reap Resort Golf Club. Kentaro Sato, a well-known Japanese course architect, designed it.
Large palm-lined fairways and a choice of five tees on each hole allow players of all skill levels to enjoy this well-presented and manicured course. If you want to relax in the elaborate clubhouse after your round, there are impressive saunas and an international restaurant specializing in Korean cuisine.
After you finish your game, you will be picked up and driven back to your hotel.
In the late afternoon, you will go for a spa massage at the best spa massage club in Siem Reap.
You will be picked up and transported to ‘Phokeethra Golf & Country Club’ one hour before your tee time today, giving you plenty of time to prepare for your round.
In 2007, the Phokeethra Country Club opened as Cambodia’s first truly international standard golf course. It hosted the Asian PGA Tour event Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open for four years.
The course is championship-level in design and will put your strategic skills to the test. Water plays a role in all but one of the holes, with the final hole requiring a double water carry.
Once you have ended your round, you will be picked up and driven back to your hotel.
Today you will be transported from your hotel to ‘Angkor Golf Resort’ one hour before your tee time, giving you spare time to get ready for your round.
The Angkor Golf Resort, designed by Sir Nick Faldo, opened in January 2008. Since then, it has consistently ranked among Asia’s top three best-kept courses. It is without a doubt Cambodia’s best golf course, and any serious golfer visiting Siem Reap should play at least one round at this place.
A difficult but fair layout that is always presented in immaculate condition. A variety of tee-boxes ensures that players of varying abilities can enjoy their game. Water hazards and bunkers deliberately positioned throughout the course will keep you thinking throughout your round.
After your game, you will be picked up and transferred back to your hotel.
Rising early, at 8 am, you journey by jeep to the enigmatic and enchanting temple of Bayon. By beginning our tour here, we can avoid the crowds and see the temple at its quietest. This temple, located in the heart of Angkor Thom, is an eccentric expression of Cambodia’s most celebrated king’s creative genius and inflated ego.
Its 54 towers are each adorned with the four faces of Avalokiteshvara (Buddha of Compassion), who bears a striking resemblance to the king himself. These enormous heads look below every side, exuding power and control with a hint of compassion, simply the mix needed to keep a hang on such a vast empire.
You continue your expedition amongst the walled city of Angkor Thom, the work of art of King Jayavarman VII. Following the Chams’ occupation of Angkor from 1177 to 1181, the new king decided to construct an impregnable fortress in the center of his empire. The causeway is lined by a complex bridge depicting the churning of the ocean of milk from Hindu folklore in which devas (gods) and asuras (devils) play tug of war with a naga (seven-headed snake) to get the elixir of immortality.
Within Angkor Thom, our next stop is the Terrace of the Leper King. This intricately sculpted platform was the royal crematorium, and the statue, which was originally thought to be the leper king, is now figured to be Yama, the god of death.
We proceed along the Terrace of Elephants, originally used as a viewing gallery for the king to command parades, performances, and traditional sports. The Baphuon temple, one of the most beautiful in Angkor, is located at the southern end and was built during the reign of Uditayavarman in the 11th century. It has gone through a huge renovation and is now once again open for visiting.
You then move on next to the Mother of all temples, Angkor Wat, believed to be the world’s largest spiritual building. This temple is the perfect combination of symbolism and balance and stands as a huge source of pride to all Khmers. We begin by deciphering the mysteries of the bas-reliefs, which depict Hindu mythology as well as the splendors of the Khmer empire. These intricate carvings stretch for nearly one kilometer and are a contender for the title of the world’s longest unbroken work of art. We then proceed to the upper levels of the inner sanctuary, following in the footsteps of the faithful and the destructive who came before us.
The final steps up to Angkor’s upper terrace are the steepest of all, as pilgrims used to stoop on their way to meet the Gods. We have finally arrived at the pinnacle and sacred heart of Angkor Wat, a perfect combination of spirituality and symmetry that few moments can match. After that, we head to the Ta Prohm temple, which has been left to the elements. The temple acts as a significant reminder that, while empires rise and fall, nature’s riotous power marches on, indifferent to human history’s dramas. The tentacle-like tree roots that French explorer Henri Mouhot discovered in 1860 are slowly strangling the remaining stones that man first conquered nature to build.
We will then pause for a late lunch at a local restaurant (Lunch is on the clients’ own account) before continuing to our final temple – Banteay Kdei. The name translates to `Citadel of Chambers,’ and as the temple exists on one level, it is easy to thoroughly explore the towers and corridors as well as their beautiful carvings.
The temple’s construction had changed many times since its original plans causing a slight lack of consistency in its design. That being said, the final outcome of the temple is superb. As it is far less visited than its neighboring main sites, Banteay Kdei offers a serene and peaceful end to our exploration.
After the tour, we will then transfer you back to your hotel.
Today you are free to enjoy your time as you wish.
Today you are free until we pick you up from your hotel to the airport for your flight back home.