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Angkor Wat to Battambang, Phnom Penh, Kep and Sihanoukville: 11 days

Angkor Wat and the surrounds are without a doubt an impressive sight and a magical experience. But Cambodia is more than its temples and has a lot more on offer...

Once a mighty empire, Cambodia has had a turbulent recent past. The Khmer Rouge and the war of the late 1970s left its mark and the nation has struggled through years of war and political instability. Yet the people of Cambodia are joyful and their big smiles are inspiring. The magnificence of French colonial times is evident and the country has many stunning contrasts. 

As you will see from the itinerary there are many, many wonders to behold on this tour. The temples, nature and people are exceptional and yet there is also poverty, corruption and the remnants of tragedy. This makes for a memorable, heart and eye opening tour. 

Tip: Pair this tour up with one of our Vietnam packages, Laos or Myanmar tours. 

Note: Whilst many excursions are included in this tour, they are of course not compulsory should you at some point wish to take time off - please let your tour operator know and note that we are not able to provide any refunds.

* Price includes 10 nights' accommodation, transfers, guides, 13 meals and more. Price does not include international flights to Cambodia.

We would be happy to provide you with a quote for international flights. Flights from Australia to Siem Reap are approximately $1000-$1200 per person return. The actual price varies depending on departure city, time of year and luck of the draw! 

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Day 1: Arrival in Siem Reap 

Upon arriving in Siem Reap, your local guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel.

Overnight in Siem Reap: City River Hotel - Superior Room (3 Star); Sokaroth - Deluxe Room (4 Star); Navutu Dream Resort - Superior Room (5 Star).

Day 2: Discover the wonders of Angkor Wat

Spend the day touring the many temples of Angkor. Angkor Wat dates back to the first half of the 12th century. King Suryavarman II constructed this magnificent masterpiece and built it to become the largest religious monument in the world. Its perfection in composition, balance, proportions, reliefs and sculptures make it one of the finest in the world. The temple of Angkor Wat is an expression of Khmer art at its highest point of development and took in its entirety roughly 30 years to construct.

Continue afterwards to the former capital of the Angkor Kingdom, Angkor Thom, which translates to “Great City”. The city covers an area of 9x9km in which numerous breath-taking monuments were built. The South Gate offers the grandest access to the city where the Victory Gate grants access on the eastern side, leaving the actual East Gate, which is also known as the Gate of the Death beautifully untouched in a very quiet part of the complex. The centrepiece of the city is the Bayon. Its most distinctive features are the 216 serene stone faces that seemingly face all directions. The Baphuon and Phimeanakas are structures built in the 11th and 10th century respectively and both were built in the pyramid style. The Terrace of the Elephants is a 300 meters long terrace that has three main platforms and two subsidiary ones. The south stairway is framed with three-head elephants gathering lotus flowers with their trunks. The central stairway is decorated by lions and garudas (bird-like sculptures) in bas-reliefs in a stance of support for the stairways. One of the main attractions of this terrace is the facade decorated with elephants and their riders depicted in profile. Likewise, the Terrace of the Leper King was constructed in the 12th century. The curious name of this terrace refers to a statue of the Leper King that is on the platform of the terrace.

Lunch can be enjoyed in between the visits and may be back at the hotel or at a local restaurant in the Angkor area. The remainder of the afternoon is dedicated to Ta Prohm, which is considered to be the most photographed temple within the Angkor complex. Constructed in the Bayon style between the late 12th and early 13th century, Ta Prohm was left pretty much untouched by archaeologists. The trees that grow out of the ruins allow for a mysterious feeling filled with photogenic opportunities. King Jayavarman VII constructed the temple as a Mahayana Buddhist monastery and university and it is estimated that close to 80.000 people resided at the temple.

Overnight in Siem Reap: City River Hotel - Superior Room (3 Star); Sokaroth - Deluxe Room (4 Star); Navutu Dream Resort - Superior Room (5 Star).

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

Day 3: Take the country road to Battambang

After breakfast you will be collected for your overland journey to the colonial city of Battambang. En route you will stop at the Silk Farm of Artisans d’Angkor where they will show you the traditional weaving of Khmer Silk. After that short stop you will drive to Me Chrey. Located on the north-western tip of the Tonle Sap, Me Chrey village allows for an authentic floating village experience. The small village is home to families who unlike other floating communities still live in wooden house boats. The village moves throughout the year, depending on the water levels of the lake. At the end of the dry season when the lake’s water levels are at its lowest, the villagers move closer to shore and live primarily from agricultural activities on land. 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. Return to the port and continue to Battambang (approx 2.5 hours driving time), check-in at your hotel.

Overnight in Battambang: La Villa - Standard Room (3 Star); Stung Sangke - Deluxe Room (4 Star); Bambu Hotel - Standard Room (5 Star).

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 4: Explore rural Battambang

Start the day early and drive by TukTuk through villages in rural Battambang. Take a hike through the village and visit a local house. Meet with the family and get to understand the daily chores of the family. Your guide is happy to explain their way of life and translate your questions. Continue the tour and learn how the local people produce sticky rice, rice noodles, rice paper and fish paste. Observe how rice paper is made, taste some rice wine or try to make some rice noodles yourself. Continue afterwards to the Bamboo Train. This small engine powered train has a bamboo platform of 3 by 3 meters and can be considered the smallest passenger train in the world. The train can be completely dissembled to allow other transportation to pass on the single railway. A 45 minute ride will take you through Cambodia’s countryside and without a doubt will put you in touch with friendly local people transporting anything from fresh market produce to motorbikes and construction materials on the way.

Return to town for lunch and visit in the middle of the afternoon Phnom Banan. The hillside temple is located 25km south of Battambang and is like a smaller version of Angkor Wat. Built in the 10th century, its location is stunning, providing a beautiful view over the plains below. Return to Battambang for a free evening afterwards.

Overnight in Battambang: La Villa - Standard Room (3 Star); Stung Sangke - Deluxe Room (4 Star); Bambu Hotel - Standard Room (5 Star).

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

Day 5: Travel to Phnom Penh via the former capital of Oudong

Today you will head South to Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. Pass the great Tonle Sap Lake and stop at Oudong that was Cambodia's capital between 1618 and 1886. On the top of the hill, along with a spectacular view, there are several stupas containing the ashes of Khmer kings, including King Ang Duong, the founder of today's capital of Phnom Penh.

Continue to Phnom Penh, the city once referred to as the “Pearl of Asia.” Nowadays Phnom Penh is a bustling capital and home to over two million people. The city is in a constant state of transformation as it has been recently discovered by foreign investors, giving the city a more and more modern outlook. Check-in at your hotel and spend the afternoon at your leisure.

Overnight in Phnom Penh: Kolabsor Hotel - Comfort Room (3 Star); Green Palace Hotel - Deluxe Room (4 Star); Intercontinental Phnom Penh - Superior Room (5 Star).

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 6: Explore the museums, pagodas and palaces of Phnom Penh

A traditional cyclo will pick you up from the hotel for the first stop of the day: the National Museum - built in 1917 in traditional Khmer architecture and inaugurated in 1920 by King Sisowat. The museum houses more than 5000 artefacts and it is the world best collections of Khmer archaeological, religious and artistic artefacts – notably sculpture – throughout the ages. Most of the exhibits date from the Angkor period but there are several examples from the pre-Angkor era, from the kingdoms of Funan, Chenla and Cham.

The Silver Pagoda (or the temple of the Emerald Buddha), was originally built by King Norodom in 1892 to enshrine royal ashes and then rebuild by King Sihanouk in 1962. The Pagoda’s steps are of Italian marble and inside its floor is comprised of more than 5000 silver tiles, which together weigh nearly 6 tonnes. In the centre of the pagoda is a magnificent emerald Buddha statue made of Baccarat crystal. In front is a 90 kg golden Buddha studded with 9584 diamonds, dating from 1906. It was made from the jewellery of King Norodom.

The Royal Palace was mainly built by the French in 1866 on the site of the old town. The main building on the compound is the Throne Room. It was built in 1917 in Khmer style; it has a tiered roof and a 59-meter tower, influenced by Angkor’s Bayon Temple. It was used for coronations and other official occasions such as the reception of foreign ambassadors when they presented their official credentials.

Finally visit the Wat Phnom located on a man-made hill, 27 meters high, in the middle of Phnom Penh. The pagoda was built for the first time in 1372 to house four Buddha statues said to have been deposited by the waters of the Mekong River.

Overnight in Phnom Penh: Kolabsor Hotel - Comfort Room (3 Star); Green Palace Hotel - Deluxe Room (4 Star); Intercontinental Phnom Penh - Superior Room (5 Star).

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 7: Drive South to Kep via the resort of Tonle Bati

Tonle Bati is a small lake situated about 30km South of Phnom Penh. This resort is popular with Khmers over the weekend but remains deserted during weekdays. Its prominent attraction is the small Angkorian temple called Ta Prohm, not to be confused with the illustrious Ta Prohm at Angkor Wat. The small temple of Ta Prohm remains in great shape and its beautiful garden and hidden location gives the temple a unique and photogenic appearance. It was built in the 12th century by Jayavarman VII, but the location seems odd, some 320km away from Siem Reap. Small shrines inside the temple are guarded by elderly monks who help you light incense and pray for good luck and wealth. Further down the road to Takeo, Phnom Chisor is located 20km from Tonle Bati. This hillside temple requires an optional climb of 461 steps. From atop the views are astonishing. The temple ruin of Chisor was built in laterite bricks in the 11th century by King Suryavarman I. A small Buddhist worship place can be found on ground level at the foot of the hill.

Continue on to Kep, the town that was once a getaway for the French elite. 

Overnight in Kep: Veranda Nature Resort - Bungalow Deluxe (3 Star); Knai Bang Chat Resort - Garden Room (4 Star); Knai Bang Chatt Resort - Standard Room (5 Star)

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 8: Visit Kampot

In the morning depart for Kampot. This laid back provincial capital is a perfect place to observe the real local life style and take in the beauty of the country. Kampot is famous for its colonial style buildings, the relaxing atmosphere and the beautiful riverside that provides a stunning view of the Elephant Mountains. Visit Kampot town and step into a small local boat to explore the palm fringed canals along the foot of the Elephant Mountains. Pass by local homes and take in the real rural scene. If time allows, we can also visit one of the famous pepper plantations in Kampot. Return to shore for a local lunch at one of the riverside restaurants and continue afterwards to Bokor Hill. This plateau is located on top of the Elephant Mountain Range and provides a stunning view over the Gulf of Thailand. The French colonial rulers built their own retreat on the plateau with villas, a church and a casino. The Casino these days has been renovated and is back in business whilst the church, retreat villas and other structures remain untouched, standing mysteriously on the plateau overlooking the forest and sea below. Drive back to Kep in the afternoon. 

Overnight in Kep: Veranda Nature Resort - Bungalow Deluxe (3 Star); Knai Bang Chat Resort - Garden Room (4 Star); Knai Bang Chatt Resort - Standard Room (5 Star)

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

Day 9: Relax in the beach town of Sihanoukville

After breakfast you will be collected and transferred to Sihanoukville (without a guide) on Cambodia’s South coast. Check-In at your beach resort and spend the day at leisure.

Overnight in Sihanoukville: Cambodia Resort - Superior Room (3 Star); Independence Hotel - Deluxe Room (4 Star); Sokha Beach Resort - Deluxe Room (5 Star).

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 10: More relaxing in Sihanoukville

Take a beach holiday, explore the town or many beach restaurants or simply sit back and relax at your hotel. 

Overnight in Sihanoukville: Cambodia Resort - Superior Room (3 Star); Independence Hotel - Deluxe Room (4 Star); Sokha Beach Resort - Deluxe Room (5 Star).

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 11: Time to go home or onto your next adventure

Today the tour ends. You will be transferred to Phnom Penh Airport (approx 4hours) in time for your flight. 

Meals included: Breakfast 

  • 11 Day tour of Cambodia - from Angkor Wat to the South Coast, go on a journey of discovery in this fascinating country. 
  • 10 nights' accommodation.
  • 13 meals included.  
  • All airport transfers – your tour guide will be there to meet you on arrival and get you to the airport on time for your departure.
  • All transportation throughout the tour. 
  • English speaking guide (in each location you will have a different guide).
  • Mineral water during tours. 
  • Entrance and sightseeing fees as stated in the itinerary.
  • Spend a full day exploring the many magical temples of Angkor including the famous and iconic Angkor Wat, the mystical Ta Prohm being overtaken by the jungle, Bayon and its many eerie faces and many more - the complex of Angkor has hundreds of temples to explore and discover. 
  • Discover rural Cambodia on the road to Battambang - visit a local Silk farm and watch the traditional weaving techniques, visit Me Chrey village - a floating village on the shores of the Tonle Sap lake and visit a local village home.
  • Spend a day learning about the life of locals in Battambang and ride on what is possibly the world's smallest passenger train through Cambodia's country side.
  • Visit the stupa of the former capital of Oudong.
  • Explore Phnom Penh - from the quaint French architecture to the the museums, pagodas and temples to the trendy cafes and restaurants, to the hustle of the local markets....the interesting mix of history and politics is like no other. 
  • Visit the resort of Tonle Bati and the small town of Kep.
  • Discover the laid back Kampot - the riverside town with crumbing French architecture.
  • Spend 2 nights relaxing on the white-sand beaches of Sihanoukville enjoying the tropical charm of the Cambodian coastline. 

Travelbay Cambodia - 11 Day tour

How to get there:
This tour starts in Siem Reap and ends in Cambodia.

Travelbay works together with an excellent corporate flight booking company and is happy to provide you with a quote and organise your flights. We charge a $50 booking fee for this service. Alternatively, if you would like to arrange flights yourself you can find more information and suggestions here.

If you are wanting to know more about how far it is between destinations and how long your flight will take, you can visit and use their trip calculator.

To help you calculate the time difference we recommend World Time Buddy.

Visa information:
Most nationalities require a visa to enter Cambodia.

A visa can be obtained on arrival in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. You will need the following information:

  • A completed visa application form (you can obtain the application form on your arrival)
  • Your current passport with at least 6 months validity
  • One recent passport sized photograph 
  • Appropriate visa fee. Last time we checked in 2017 this was USD35. It is best to have this in cash (US Dollars) for when you arrive. 

Please see here for more information. 

Currency information:
The currency used in Cambodia is the Cambodian Riel. The USD is also widely accepted. 

What currency to take over there is a personal choice. Some people prefer to take US$ cash as a backup whilst others prefer to take AUD$ cash – it depends on what you are comfortable with. There are ATM machines available and you should let your bank know that you will be using your card over there to avoid them freezing any 'suspicious' activity.

Tipping and Tour Guides:
A few customers have asked us about tipping. Really this is a personal matter, not obligatory and at your discretion.

Some like to provide the tour guide with a few dollars a day and a little less for the driver. If you love your guide you can of course offer more – it really is up to you. Tour guides will not generally join you when eating. If you would like your guide to join you, you will need to invite them. 

Vaccination Information:
Travelbay recommends you check with your doctor as to any immunisations that you may require or that are recommended for your travels.  Alternatively, you can visit The Travel Doctor or Travelvax for more information. 

Cambodia lies in the tropics meaning that it is warm to hot year round and the climate is dominated by the alternating wet and dry seasons. Whilst it does rain in the wet season, there is no need to put off travelling at this time. The temples of Angkor Wat are at their most picturesque during the wet season and the forest comes to life.

Dry Season: November to May 
Wet season: June to October 
Peak season: November to January

Population: 15.15 million

Language: Khmer

Predominant religion: Buddhism (95%)

Some interesting facts: 
It's hard to look past the dark history of the Pol Pot regime in the 1970s where the Khmer Rouge terrorised the nation. From 1975-1979 over 2 million people were killed, some estimates are closer to 3 million. As a result the country has spent the last 30-40 years rebuilding itself.

Around half of the population is under 15.

It was the Vietnamese who eventually stepped in to help Cambodia oust Pol Pot and the Khmer Rougue in 1979.

Cambodia was a French colony until 1953. Many of the older generation speak French and there is a legacy of French bakeries throughout the country.

Angkor Wat was built in the early 12th century and is the largest religious monument in the world.

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Great Travelbay Tours to pair this holiday with:

Travelbay Vietnam – 10 Day Highlights of Vietnam Tour Travelbay Laos - Experience the Magic of Laos in 6 Days

More Travelbay Tours to Cambodia:

Travelbay  Cambodia & South Vietnam – Wonderful 10 Day Tour with 3 Night Luxury Mekong River Cruise Travelbay Cambodia - 6 Day Highlights Tour 

Travelbay  Laos & Cambodia - 12 Days of Marvels, Magnificence and More Travelbay Vietnam and Cambodia – Best of Both in 13 Days


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    • 10 nights' accommodation.
    • 13 meals as per itinerary.
    • Free wifi available at the hotel lobby.
    • English speaking guide (in each location you will have a different guide).
    • Entrance and sightseeing fees as stated in the itinerary.
    • All airport transfers.
    • Mineral water during tours. 
    • All transport as per itinerary.
    • Taxes and service fees.


    • International airfares to and from Cambodia.
    • Meals not outlined in the itinerary.
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    • Cambodian visa fee.
    • Tips and gratuities.
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    • Optional activities and attractions as stated in the itinerary.
    • Others not indicated in the inclusions.

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