This journey is inspired by the sights, sounds and flavours of Cambodia. We discover everything this beautiful country has to offer, not only visiting its fantastic sights and attractions, but also getting to know the Khmer culture, history and amazing people. We want to offer you a real slice of Cambodian life. 

Day 1: Siem Reap Arrival and welcome dinner with a local family (D)

Sua s’dei, welcome to the Kingdom of Wonder and the home of the majestic Angkor Wat temple complex! You are given a warm welcome at Siem Reap airport by our guide and driver who will help you with the luggage and bring you to your hotel. On the way there our guide will tell you a bit more about life in this fascinating country.
During the rest of the first day you are free to relax in the hotel or go for a stroll in the city centre, enough time to enjoy a hot coffee or cold beer outside whilst watching the life on the street pass you by.
In the evening we are invited into the house of a local family. We sit down at the dinner table, listen to their stories and learn more about their everyday routine, beliefs and traditions. They teach us some basic Khmer phrases.
After dinner we can visit the local night market, a colourful and vibrant dining and shopping experience in a modern Khmer environment.
Overnight at our hotel in Siem Reap.

Day 2: Tuk-tuk Angkor tour and elephant sunset ride (B,L)

We wake up early, have breakfast at the hotel and head out with our cameras for a day filled with amazing sights and experiences. Outside our hotel our local transport awaits.
We jump on our tuk-tuk and experience Angkor like the locals do. We explore the amazing temple complex and spend most of the day in what is the world’s largest temple and a UNESCO World Heritage site. We start at the South Gate of Angkor Thom City and make our way to the Bayon. The Bayon is made up of 54 towers decorated with more than 200 enigmatic smiling faces. We also visit the Ta Prohm Temple before lunch.
We organize a picnic lunch with local delicacies and fresh fruit in the middle of the temple complex, an unforgettable experience.
In the afternoon we further explore Angkor Wat, easily the most famous and best-preserved of all temples within the Angkor complex. It is a massive three-tiered pyramid crowned by five lotus-like towers rising 65 meters from ground level. It is the centrepiece of any visit to the temples of Angkor and offers many iconic sights for amazing pictures.
Late afternoon we walk up to Bakheng Hill for a spectacular sunset over Angkor Archaeological Park.
Overnight at our hotel in Siem Reap.
Please kindly note that, picinic lunch in temples are available only in some specific areas. Guide will be flexible and organize on the spot.

Day 3: Community Work at Krobey Real Village (B,L,D)

Breakfast at hotel, heading to homestay at Krobey Real Village situated just off of the National Road #6, about 6km west of siem reap airport and 20km west of Siem Reap. the home of the world-famous Angkor Temples.
Group will join daily activities with local family doing work in rice paddy like farmer do every day in the family even eating lunch and dinner with them as well. Helping the social farmers to grow vegetables. you can also learn from family how to cook Khmer traditional dish with the farmer before you learn how to cook Khmer foods you can go to local market with basket and learn how to negotiate the prices from vegetable and meat seller as well.  It is really unexpected tours as the result like Ox cart tours around village and lay out for sunset, feeding the piglets, helping the farmer to grow vegetables, paddling boat in the river, fishing with farmer, helping to teach children in the community and other more events in village you never seen.
Overnight in village with local family

Day 4: Waking up in the village and transfer to Battambang (B, D)

Breakfast cooked by family and guide will transfer to port embark on boat depart to Battambang. Upon arrival, you will conduct a city tour around town and visit some interesting site. This evening, we will visit The Phare Ponleu Selpak NGO to listen some introduction about visual Arts and Galleries there. Afterward, we enjoy watching circus show performance by kid mixing with different disciplines, live music, choreography, tremendous technique, poetry and burlesque.
Overnight in Battambang

Day 5: Cooking class and countryside tour in Battambang (B, L)

Breakfast at the hotel.
Transfer to Battambang market. Battambang is the largest rice producing province in Cambodia and its local market is full of fresh fish, meat, vegetables and fruit. We are joined by our local chef who will guide us around the market. We buy fresh produce and ingredients for our cooking class with Smoking Pot restaurant. Along the way, we also pick up some more Cambodian history from our chef. Amongst other things, we learn to make amok (a traditional Khmer fish curry cooked in coconut milk) and gain some valuable knowledge on curry pastes and authentic Khmer food.  For lunch we try the dishes we have just prepared.
After lunch we take our bicycles or take a ride on the ox-cart to visit a local village. The village is known for its wooden houses, some of which were constructed in the early 1900’s. We discover the beautiful simplicity of past and present Khmer architecture, and take a look inside to discover the Cambodian way of living. The owners and families will happily take us around, explaining the history of their homes and sharing their life stories. We also experience firsthand the energy and time that goes into farming rice as they take us on a tour of their rice fields.
Late afternoon we make our way back to the hotel.

Day 6: From Battambang to Phnom Penh (B,L)

After breakfast at the hotel, we take a scenic drive to Phnom Penh.
We have lunch en route with a local family and discuss with them our experiences so far in relaxing and peaceful Cambodia.
Late afternoon we check in to our hotel in Phnom Penh. We take you on a short walk and introduce you to a different kind of wellness treatment. We also take you for a visit to the Seeing Hands Massage Project, certainly one of the most enjoyable ways of supporting local charities in Phnom Penh. In a country with no social security, the training and support provided by the centres allows blind Cambodians to support themselves with dignity. You are free to enjoy a massage and enjoy the rest of your evening free in Phnom Penh.
Overnight in Phnom Penh hotel

Day 7: Cyclo in Phnom Penh & dinner cruise on the Mekong River (B, D)

Breakfast at the hotel and cyclo pick-up.
Our cyclo tour gives us a different perspective on the streets and sights of the city. We start at Wat Phnom, iconic symbol of Phnom Penh, before heading west past the National Library and Hotel Le Royal. We pass Phnom Penh train station before winding our way down to Psar Thmei, the main market in the city. We then pass Independence Monument, modelled on the central tower of Angkor Wat and continue to the elegant riverfront. We pass the glittering Royal Palace compound and the stunning National Museum before winding up at the lively riverfront. We also visit the bustling Central and Russian markets for some shopping and interesting snacks.
Afterwards, we take a river cruise up the Mekong to a silk village where we will stop to explore a silk weaving village and visit a local temple.
On our cruise back down the river we enjoy a sundowner and sit down to have dinner on board.
Overnight in Phnom Penh hotel.

Day 8: Killing Field and transfer to Kep (B, L)

After breakfast at the hotel we make time to learn more about a dark page in Cambodia’s history. We visit the Killing Fields memorial site, listen to the stories of survivors and pay our respect to the countless victims of the Khmer Rouge. After this visit we drive down South to Kampot province.
After lunch we drive onwards to Kampot, a riverside village in southern Cambodia renowned for producing one of the world's finest peppers. In the years before the war took its toll, no self-respecting French restaurant in Paris would do without Kampot pepper on the table. A local organization run by a passionate Frenchman is assisting this recovery by marketing the highest grade of pepper from Kampot. Profits are devoted to forming a small farmer's cooperative to restore the peppercorn industry and invest in improving pepper production and cultivation. We visit the plantation and taste this fantastic product, and get a chance to buy the Kampot pepper straight from the source.
We continue on and drive to Kep, our home for the rest of our tour. Kep was once the top beach destination in Cambodia. This now quiet beach town has the reputation for having the best seafood in the country. And while the tourist industry is picking up as of late, there is still a very laid back vibe to be found in Kep.
Overnight at our hotel in Kep. You are free for the rest of the evening. There’s lots to explore and plenty to eat in town. The paltry price of the fresh and exotic seafood leaves many travellers with mouths agape and only adds to the delightful gastronomic experience.

Day 9: On the beach in Rabbit Island (B, L, D)

After breakfast at the hotel we go by boat from Kep beach to Koh Tonsay or Rabbit Island. Bring your swimsuit and enjoy the warm water, do some fishing or just sunbathe on the beautiful beaches. We organize a picnic on the beach with fresh crab curry made by local vendors.
In the afternoon we go back to Kep and have some free time for a stroll through town, some last minute shopping or some relaxing at the hotel. For dinner we enjoy Kep’s number one asset, the seafood. The road behind the beach is clogged with seafood vendors selling everything you can (and can’t) imagine. Especially the fresh crab is plentiful, and is the number one local specialty. We enjoy an amazing farewell dinner and try the fantastic stir-fried crab with Kampot pepper.
Overnight at the hotel in Kep.

Day 10: Back to Phnom Penh for return flight (B)

We have our last breakfast together in Kep, take a stroll along the beach and head back to Phnom Penh airport for our return flight.