An Hour or Two
Sunrise at Angkor Wat – The best way to start a day at the temples.
Sunset at Phnom Bakheng – Watch the sun go down over the temple skyline.
Visit to the Silk Farm – A social enterprise which is working to preserve traditional Cambodian weaving techniques, while providing jobs in a rural community.
Hot Air Balloon – Take in Spectacular views of the Angkor temples with a hot air balloon ride.
Explore the local markets – Immerse yourself into the sights, smells, and sounds of a local market, while your guide can help explain traditional market life.
Visit to a local pagoda – Both serene and beautifully adorned, pagodas provide a great insight into Cambodia’s Buddhist beliefs.
Street food-walk-around-town – Street eats are important in Cambodia, and some of the delicious food in the Kingdom.
Visiting local artisans carving at the Buddhist monastery – See how traditional artistic techniques are still being practiced today by monks.
Introductory Khmer language class – Learn a few simple phrases that will help you as you continue your adventure around Cambodia.
Lunch or Dinner at a local social enterprise restaurant – Eat some delicious local food while supporting a good cause.
Cambodian traditional massage – Especially good after a long day at the temples.
Bayon Center of Conservation and Restoration – Learn about the efforts to restore the Angkorian temples.
Meditation taster session – Yut is an experienced meditation teacher following his years as a monk.