Siem Reap Romantic Getaway

Explore the beautiful place of Siem Reap

About trip

Romance is in the air! Explore the beautiful place of Siem Reap and have an exotic time with your loved one that Cambodia has to offer.

Destinations

Kravan - Srah Srang – Banteay Kdei – Pre Rup - Angkor Thom - Angkor Wat - Banteay Srei - Banteay Samre - Ta prohm - Preah Khan - Neak Pean Temple

Duration

3 Nights /
4 Days

Siem Reap Romantic Getaway

Cambodia, for most travellers in the UK, may at first sound like the kind of place to which you would make a quick getaway. However, it is  home to one of the world’s greatest empires and is worth the time it takes to get to know and appreciate.

 

Siem Reap was little more than a village when French explorers such as Henri Mouhot “re-discovered” Angkor in the 19th century, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Siem Reap is the capital city of the Siem Reap Provinces in northwest Cambodia, which is the most popular holiday destination as it is the gateway to the Angkor Archeological Park. The name Siem Reap literally means “Siam Defeated”. These days, this once quaint village has become the largest boom-town and it’s quite laid-back and a pleasant place for you to stay while touring the temples and enjoy a nice compromise between observing Cambodian life and enjoying the amenities of modern services and entertainment.

 

Your journey will smooth through Siem Reap colonial and Chinese-style architecture in the Old French Quarter, and around the Old Market. In the city, you will visit museums and watch traditional Apsara dance performances. As you proceed with the tour, you will visit a Cambodian cultural village, souvenir and handicraft shops, silk farms, rice-paddies in the countryside, fishing villages and a bird sanctuary near the Tonle Sap Lake.

 

Siem Reap, today being a popular tourist destination, has a large number of hotels, resorts, restaurants and businesses closely related to tourism. This is much owed to its proximity to the Angkor temples, the most popular tourist location in Cambodia.

 

At Siem Reap, like all tourists, you will expect to receive almost constant offers for motodop and tuk-tuk rides, along with everything else which drivers may be able to offer to you.

starts £ 955 per person

Day 00 : Departure from UK

Departure from UK to begin your holiday experience

Day 01 : Arrive at Siem Reap, and visit Kravan, Srah Srang, Banteay Kdei and Pre Rup.

On arrival at Siem Reap International Airport, you will witness the airports modern architecture which is based on the traditional Khmer style. Here, you will meet your local tour guide who will transfer you to your hotel, which satisfies the budgets of backpackers and luxury travelers alike.

 

After your lunch at leisure, your Siem Reap romantic gateway journey will start in the afternoon with departure by Remork, locally called as the Tuk Tuk to explore Prasat Kravan – The Cardamom Sanctuary, which is a small 10th-century temple consisting of five reddish brick towers on a common terrace, located at Angkor, south of the artificial lake or Baray called Srah Srang. This exquisite small temple was dedicated to the Hindu Lord Vishnu in 921 AD, and incudes in 2 of its 5 small chapels, incredible low-relief images sculpted carvings directly in the bricks, said to be the only ones of this kind in Khmer art. In the early morning when the sun rises, its rays make the temple “glow” in bright yellow, showing its beauty. It’s worth a stop along the way.

 

On your way, you will come across an unexpected serene beauty of Sarh Srang. The stop by the road is just in front of the wonderful east door to Banteay Kdei, so the small flat terrace on the other side does not look like much. But after few steps up, you will view the stunning man-made lake reservoir or baray at Angkor and the small boat landing that is a fittingly elegant spot from where one can admire the serene reflection. The landing stage, opposite the entrance to Banteay Kdei, is a popular site for viewing the sunrise. It is cruciform, flanked by the Snake God – the Naga Balaustrades which ends with the upright head of a serpent, mounted by a garuda with its wings unfurled and the two guardian lions that flank the steps that lead down to the lake water. It is believed that, this is where the royal family would do their ablutions and as far as it goes.

 

Your day’s tour will continue to a surreal Banteay Kdei, meaning A Citadel of Chambers, also known as “Citadel of Monks’ cells”. Built in the mid-12th to early 13th centuries AD during the reign of Jayavarman VII, it is a Bayon architectural style sand stone Buddhist monastic temple in Angkor, Cambodia. It has its own unique appeal and is much quieter than your average Angkorian ruin. Banteay Kdei offers the perfect antidote to the crowds at Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom and Ta Prohm. You will enjoy a little solitude and impress your friends with photos of more than just the usual holiday.

 

Towards the end of your first day’s tour, you will visit a popular sunset spot where you will view the mesmerizing sunset from the great ancient Pre Rup temple of redness, also known as the sunset temple at Angkor complex. Interestingly, this is the only temple that is made from red bricks with nothing in between. During your visit, you cannot ignore the Pre Rup ancient history, though; it was built as a state temple by Khmer King Rajendravarman II iin 961 AD, located south of the Eastern Mebon. The temple consists of a pyramid-shaped temple-mountain with the uppermost of the three tiers carrying five lotus towers. Pre Rup means ‘Turning the Body’ and refers to a traditional method of cremation in which a corpse’s outline is traced in the cinders: this suggests that the temple may have served as an early royal crematorium.

 

Return to the hotel after your resort town tour for dinner at leisure and an overnight accommodation at the hotel.

Day 02 : Siem Reap - Visit to Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat

After a stupendous breakfast at the hotel, a Green Day in Angkor by Blue Mobility combined sightseeing tour of Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat will start with an all day visit by electric car.

 

Decades ago, there was a UNESCO warning that the Angkor Archaeological Park (which has been a tourism magnet for the Kingdom), Cambodia’s major world tourism attraction could be under threat if a careful management of the beautiful ruins of the ancient city was not implemented. Hence, new electric vehicles were introduced to help protect Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom from pollution, climate change and other environmental issues. Asian Trails point the way and seeks to limit the traveller’s impact on the environment. To reduce carbon emission and to help to turn travel green we encourage you to leave your petrol-driven vehicle behind for just one day and you will visit the Angkor Archaeological Park with a battery car instead.

 

Your Green Day exploration will have its first halt so that you can visit the sacred destination of the South Gate of Angkor Thom and Bayon Temple, the Royal enclosure, Phimeanakas, the Elephant Terrace and the leper King Terrace.

 

At South Gate of Angkor Thom meaning “the great city” in Khmer or the Big Angkor and Bayon Temple, you will explore the last and most enduring capital city of the Khmer empire. It was established in the late 12th century by King Jayavarman VII, endearingly nicknamed “King J” by most of the tuk-tuk drivers at Angkor. Upon approaching the South Gate of Angkor Thom, you will be greeted by fascinating giant faces wearing a slew of expressions such as smiling, serene, serious, angry, scary, and many more facial expresions. You will find that lined up on the left side of the causeway are 54 figures of devas or Gods and the right side is lined with 54 figures of Asuras or the Demons. Both rows are holding a Naga – the serpent as if they were engaged in a tug of war. Although Angkor Thom is a Buddhist city, it is said that this scene depicts the Hindu mythology of the Churning of the Ocean of Milk.

 

As your ancient archeological journey proceeds, you will see Angkor’s greatest temples, the King J state-temple, Bayon Temple, locals also called the Face Towers, set at the center of the Angkor Thom. As you approach the Bayon, from a distance you will find five entrances (gates) to the city, one for each cardinal point, and the victory gate leading to the Royal Palace area. Each gate is crowned with 4 giant faces. The South Gate is often the first stop on a tour. Cambodian’s believe the Bayon Temple is a testament to King J VII’s deep spirituality as well as his inflated ego. Although the faces with enigmatic smiles were dedicated and represent Avelokitesvara – the universal God of compassion, the faces were said to be modelled after the king’s own. There were originally 54 towers with four faces each and were once more elaborate. The central tower was said to be covered with gold leaves. Today, only 37 towers stand. Aside from the face towers, Bayon Temple is also adorned with intricate bas-reliefs depicting Khmer’s traditional symbols and daily life. You will find Bayon Temple as one of the very distinct ones among the many Angkor temples and can be one of the Angkor highlights for you. Many visitors and tourists call it bizarre for a temple, but that’s what makes your visit memorable.

 

If you find that Bayon Temple is eclectic and wild, you will also find Angkor Wat elegant and proper sculptural decorations. With a memorable first half of the day’s tour, you will have a hearty Cambodian meal at a local restaurant and proceed to explore Angkor Wat Temple.

 

Angkor Wat or the Capital Temple, the 7th Wonder of the World, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and in its beauty and state of preservation, is unrivaled. Its mightiness and magnificence bespeak a pomp and a luxury surpassing that of a Pharaoh or a Shah Jahan, an impressiveness greater than that of the Pyramids, an artistic distinctiveness as fine as that of the Taj Mahal.

 

Angkor Wat is located north of Siem Reap It was built in the first half of the 12th century i.e in 113-5 BC by King Suryavarman II, dedicated to Vishnu (A Hindu God) which stands as a replica of Angkor Thom style of Khmer architectural art. It was originally constructed as a Hindu temple of the God Vishnu for the Khmer Empire, gradually transforming into a Buddhist temple towards the end of the 12th century. It is also believed that it is the earthly representation of Mt Meru, the Mt Olympus of the Hindu faith and the abode of ancient gods and is believed to be the world’s largest religious building and the temple is the heart and soul of Cambodia and a source of fierce national pride in Cambodia.

 

As you explore, you will find Angkor Wat’s main entrance to the west – a direction associated with Vishnu across a stone causeway, with guardian lions marking the way that served both as a temple and as a mausoleum for Suryavarman II and to the east of the temple was a second, more modest, entrance. You will come across the heart of the temple, which is the central tower, entered by way of a steep staircase, a statue of Vishnu at top. This tower was at once the symbolic center of the nation and the actual center where secular and sacred power joined forces. Locals believed that during its reign it was celestial, where the God Vishnu and the king once ruled over the Khmer people. Further, you will explore Angkor Wat, where you will find hidden paintings that have recently been discovered in the central tower. One chamber in the tower has a scene showing a traditional Khmer musical ensemble known as the pinpeat, which is made up of different gongs, xylophones, wind instruments and other percussion instruments. In the same chamber, there’s also an intricate scene featuring people riding horses between two structures, which are depicted as temples. These two paintings are among 200 that have been recently discovered in Angkor Wat. You will also note a dozen lunar alignments with Angkor Wat’s towers, suggesting that it served an important astronomical and celestial role. It is believed, that during the long and clear Cambodian nights, when the stars filled every inch of the black sky, the astronomer-priests stood on the long western causeway and recorded the movements of the moon against the towers in the top two galleries of the temple.

 

Kindly Note: During the visit to the Bakan tower of Angkor Wat temple, visitors are required to wear proper attire, covering shoulders and knees as this temple is still considered a sacred site (no shorts, miniskirts or short trousers). Children less than twelve years old are not allowed to climb up this tower. It will be closed on the Buddhist Sabbath Days, so the visit is subject to switch to another day. The Buddhist religious days: four days a month in accordance with the Lunar Calendar. Visit of Bakan Tower is subject to people limitation.

 

The second day charming tour comes to an end with dinner at leisure and overnight accommodation at the hotel.

Day 03 : Siem Reap – Banteay Srei, Banteay Samre, Ta prohm, Preah Khan, Neak Pean Temple

Experience a serene early morning sunrise and breakfast at your hotel at Siem Reap. Then you will start the journey with a visit to Banteay Srei and Banteay Samre Temples –Cambodia’s sacred destinations.

 

Although it’s out of the way, as a true ancient temple buffs, you won’t want to miss Banteay Srei, a beautiful 10th-century Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva – a Hindu deity. Built in 967 AD, the complex is located north of Angkor Wat.

 

Considered by many to be the jewel in the crown of Angkorian art, Banteay Srei temple is cut from the stone of a pinkish hue and consists of low walls surrounding peaked structures of deep red sandstone with brick and laterite. The temple’s original name was Tribhuvanamahesvara, meaning “Great Lord of the Threefold World”, named, as usual, after the central image – the Shaivite Linga. The modern name Banteay Srei means “Citadel of Women” or “Citadel of Beauty” and it is said that the reliefs on this temple are so delicate and classic fine art that they could only have been carved by the hand of a woman. Interestingly, Banteay Srei is one of the few temples around Angkor constructed not by a king but by one of the King Rajendravarman’s counselors, Yajnyavahara. On your exploration through the temple, you will find that the temple is square in shape and has entrances at the east and west, with the east approached by a causeway or the stairways leading up to the platform were each guarded by two kneeling statues of human figures with animal heads. Of interest are the lavishly decorated libraries and the three central towers, which are decorated with male and female divinities and beautiful filigree relief work.

 

As you explore the delicate classic carvings at Banteay Srei temple, you will see women with lotus flowers in hand and traditional skirts clearly visible, as well as breathtaking recreations of scenes from the epic Ramayana adorning the library pediments, almost every inch of these interior buildings is covered in decoration. Standing watch over such perfect creations are the mythical guardians. You will be also be amazed by the well-preserved relief carvings on the central buildings depicting scenes from ancient Hindu tales which you will cherish as it’s worth the trip.

 

After your journey through Banteay Srei, you will proceed with your tour to visit the another classic Angkorian Wat style architecture and artistry Temple “Banteay Samre”, which is located east of the East Baray of Siem Reap. Built under Suryavarman II and Yasovarman II in the early 12th century, the temple was dedicated to the Hindu God Vishnu. Interestingly, the name Samre refers to an ethnic ancient group of mountain tribal people of IndoChina, who inhabited the regions at the base of Phnom Kulen and were most likely related to the Khmers. Banteay, is a khmer word of citadel, though no inscription has been found for this temple. The name is translated as ‘Citadel of the Samre”. The highlight that will attract you in Banteay Samre is the interior moat which when filled with water must have given the temple a mystical and peaceful sensation. And then of course, the temple’s location and surroundings set within beautiful rice paddy fields and local villages.

 

Note: During the visit of Banteay Srei temple, you as a visitor should wear shirts or a blouse covering shoulders and arms and long skirts and trousers covering legs (no miniskirts or short trousers).

 

On your way back to Siem Reap, you will enroute at a village to observe and experience the agricultural work, see how rice is cultivated in a paddy field and how sugar Palm is collected, with a fresh coconut drink. Before your post lunch tour begins to explore Ta Prohm, Preah Khan and Neak Pean temples, you will enjoy a Cambodian lunch at a local restaurant.

 

You will drive through the ultimate Indiana Jones fantasy and witness Prasat Ta Prohm Temple – The Ancestor Brahma, the Cambodian jungle Temple cloaked in dappled shadow, its crumbling towers and walls locked in the slow muscular embrace of vast root systems of Banyan tree. You will find Ta Prohm unbelievable, famous for the temples that are overgrown and covered by trees. Ta Prohm has been left as it was found, showing exactly what the jungle can do when it takes over control. The roots of the trees attach to the porous sandstone, extracting the water from the stones. The roots are firmly placed on the building itself, slowly crushing it but also holding it up at the same time, you will experience a truly magical effect of trees growing out of ruins of this Angkorian Temple, built inbetween mid 12th century to early 13thcentury by the King Jayavarman VII, dedicated to the mother of the king -Buddhist replica to Bayon style of artistry and architecture. The more you explore the more you will experience the atmosphere that was truly Indiana Jones or Lara Croft “Tomb Raider” like. You feel like an explorer, climbing piles of stones or discovering yet another temple merged with trees around a corner.

 

After you experience the battle between nature and architecture in the Cambodian jungle, you will travel further with your journey to visit Preah Khan Temple complex – originally called Rajavihara, which is situated at the northern edge of the Angkor Archaeological Park. Standing significantly are the buildings erected during the ancient Khmer empire in 12th century for King Jayavarman VII to honor his father. As you move deeper and explore, you will find the temple complex awesome, massive and somewhat confusing since it is a maze of corridors but worth the visit. There are lots of beautiful carvings in this fusion temple of Buddhism and Hinduism. Alhough it is wrapped in vines and trees in its ruins enclosure, it will add to the loveliness and astonishingly peaceful as you keep exploring.

 

Before you can even sink into the tantalising effect of the lost-world ambience of Preah Khan, your days tour is yet to finish till you visit Prasat Neak Pean Temple – meaning the coiled serpents, that make one dream of the ancient days of luxury and beauty. The complex is small but has a collection of five man-made lakes, in the shallows of which floated the flowering lotus on the water and you will find it worth visiting for its unique features. It is believed to have been consecrated to Lord Buddha coning to the glory of Nirvana. The central pond is a replica of Lake Anavatapta in the Himalayas, situated at the top of the universe. The lake gives birth to the four great rivers of the earth. These rivers are represented at Neak Pean by sculpted gargoyles corresponding to the four cardinal points. Lake Anavatapta was fed by hot springs and venerated in India for the curative powers of its waters. You will find bodies of two serpents encircling the base of the island and they entwine on each other on the central island, which signifies curved Nagas the Snake God and small sculpted elephants guarding the four corners and the central tower was dedicated to Avalokitesvara. Interestingly, at the tiny temple of Neak Pean that eager princesses laid their lovely offerings of wrought gold and pungent perfume, fancy it as it was in the ancient days.

 

As dusk approaches, you will continue your tour to enjoy Phare, the Cambodian circus show.

 

After successful tours around the world, the famous Phare Cambodian Circus young and talented artists performed in Siem Reap with even more energetic and unique performances in the very heart of the Cradle and Civilization of Cambodia! Daily shows starts at 8:00pm. Astonishingly, Cambodia’s answer to the Cirque du Soleil, Phare, the Cambodian Circus is so much more than a conventional circus, with an emphasis on performance art and a subtle yet striking social message behind each production. Phare has been transforming the lives of Cambodian youth

 

The day’s tour will end with dinner at leisure and overnight accommodation at hotel.

Day 04 : Siem Reap – Departure to UK

After your wakeup call, you will have an early breakfast at the hotel and then you will take a boat trip to visit Mechrey, a floating village on Lake Tonle Sap. It is the largest fresh water lake in South east Asia, gets massive and swells-up with water from the Mekong River during the rainy season. You will go through the floating houses with small private boat and you will get a chance to witness a unique way of life for those Cambodians who live on the lake. The area is home to many ethnic Vietnamese and numerous Cham communities, living in floating villages around the lake, who do fishing and farming as their livelihood. You will witness the natural wonder of Ton Le Sap which offers an insight into the old tradition of riparian life and the natural splendour of the countryside.

 

Note: We don’t recommend the boat trip during the dry season i.e. from February to July, due to the low water level of the Tonle Sap Lake. We provide an alternative visit to the National Silk Center of Puok instead. The National Silk Center of Puok is located on an 8-hectare site. You will discover the various stages involved in Silk production, from mulberry tree orchards, to silkworm breeding, the spinning mill and the weaving process.

 

In the afternoon you will have a Cambodian Lunch at a local restaurant and continue your journey to visit Les Senteurs d’Angkor and you will get a chance to meet the Artisans d’Angkor and explore the local market and pampering yourself with some “me time” with cambodian delicately perfumed massage oils, body creams, body scrubs and bath salts, to ease the ache and pains of visiting the temples and send the body into a state of blissful calm. You can tease your taste buds with the fine selection of Cambodian spices including authentic Khmer curry, Lok lak, Satay, Lemongrass, Cinnamon, Chilli and the famous Kampot pepper. For an over the top indulgence, intoxicate your senses with the silky delight of Cambodian mango jam, the rich aroma of flavoured tea and coffee from Ratanakiri, or the potent rice alcohol – local brandy from Siem Reap.

 

With your mesmerising memories of Romantic Siem Reap, you will be transferred to Siem Reap airport for your onward flight or departure to UK.

With four days in Siem Reap, get ready for action…

 

Rediscover Angkor in your four-day tour in Siem Reap, where you will explore the jungle covered temples of the magnificent 12th century Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, the amazing tourist destination in Cambodia, as it is the closest city to the world famous Angkor temple complex located in the north and in the south the shores of the Tonle Sap Lake, the greatest sweet water reserve in entire Southeast Asia. This mesmerizing eighth wonder of the world can be easily accessed by plane, land, and boat.

 

Siem Reap, the name of the city literally means “Defeat of Siam” or “Siamese defeated”, referring to the victory of the Khmer Empire over the army of the Thai kingdom in the 17th century. On your journey ahead, you will admire the Khmer architecture, such as the giant carved faces of the Bayon Temple. You will visit the Royal Palace of Phnom Penh and take a journey through Khmer art at the National Museum. As your tour proceeds, you will get to see the location sites used in the Hollywood blockbuster movie Tomb Raider and also learn the history of the Khmer Empire.

 

As your journey schedule proceeds, you will be visiting major ruins, temple mountains of Pre Rup and Ta Keo, Bakong, one of temples in Roluos Group and West Mebon a flat, sprawling monastic complexes such as Ta Prohm, Banteay Kdei, Preah Khan and Ta Som, and unique and amazing monuments of Neak Pean and Srah Srang. The Roluos Group, comprises the monuments of an early Khmer capital, that lies west of Siem Reap, outside the main temple complex offering some fine examples of early Angkorian art. Of special note is the more distant temple, Banteay Srey. On the road trip to artistically exquisite Banteay Srey temple, you will also see Banteay Samre a quiet and peaceful arena.

 

Other impressive temples outside the main temple complex are Beng Mealea located near Angkor Wat, which is largely unrestored with trees and thick bush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards’ and many of its stone lying in great heaps. You will also visit Kbal Spean, which is not a temple but a river bed covered with sculptures of lingas, the symbol of the God Shiva’s supreme essence. It will be an adventure through the jungle up to the mountain. Your Siem Reap tour will not end without exploring Phnom Kulen, the most important historical site that marked the birth of Angkor Civilization, consisting of a big view of a waterfall, the reclining Buddha statue, and a river bed covered with sculptures of 1000 lingas, the symbol of the God Shiva’s supreme essence. Also,  the Koh Ker Group located about 100 miles from Angkor in the province of Preah Vihear, which used to be an ancient capital of Cambodia (AD 928-942).

 

If Cambodia is a country of contrasts, Siem Reap is the embodiment of those contrasts. Despite the massive shift in its economic fortunes, Siem Reap remains a safe, friendly and pleasant town. There is an endless choice of places to stay or dine and a host of possible activities awaiting the visitor. So, put Siem Reap Cambodia on your do list for vacations. Here the weather is comfortable, the temperature is moderate and the sun shines most of the day.  Though it offers a relentless mix of high temperatures and high humidity, these little details that make the difference should not stop you from a romantic getaway!

PRICES / TERMS & CONDITIONS

(All prices as offered in Pound Sterling – Minimum two persons traveling)

 

Offer :  Starting from : £ 955.00 per person

*Supplements may apply peak periods, city sold out dates, and high seasons.

PACKAGE COST INCLUDES:

  • Economy Class Return flights from UK.
  • Accommodation at mentioned hotels with daily breakfast
  • Tour and transfers as per the above itinerary
  • All entrance fees, private air-conditioned car/minibus/coach with local guide
  • English Speaking guide
  • Meals as mentioned in the program
  • All entrance fees (3 days pass in Angkor)
  • Fresh towel and water during the visit
  • Current taxes.

PACKAGE COST DOES NOT INCLUDE

  • Travel Insurance
  • Cambodia visa fee, USD 30.00 per person (Visa issued on arrival for most nationalities, please bring one passport photo)
  • Expenditure of personal nature, such as drinks, laundry, souvenirs, tips…
  • Other meals than mentioned
  • Other services more than mentioned in program
  • Other personal expenses
  • Suggestion of tips to local guides (3 to 5 USD per person/per day) and drivers (1 to 2 USD per person/ per day)

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