Family Fun in Cambodia

11 Days
10 Nights
Phnom Penh | Battambang | Siem Reap
From $2632 Per Person
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Believe it or not, Cambodia is plenty for a family trip filled with fun activities and great exploration. This country, mainly known for its mature-oriented historical attractions, has more than it takes to keep all ages intrigued. It’s the go-to show of admiration toward the inspirational Angkor ruined city, off-the-beaten-path destinations, delectable cuisine, and joyful cooking class. Your family will explore the country by bike, zipline, boat, and tuk-tuk; and visit inspiring organizations that are trying to preserve the authenticity of Cambodian communities. Experience travel like you have never - one for both experience and utter enjoyment. Immerse in the raw rurality of Cambodia's finest whilst indulging in the offered foreign luxury that just preternaturally fits.

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Brief Itinerary

Day 1-3: Phnom Penh. Cosmopolitan buzz with capital heritages.

Day 4-6: Battambang. Riverside setting and life in the countryside.

Day 7-11: Siem Reap. Awe-inspiring ruins of Angkor.

Talking about Cambodia is talking about a land of rich history, mighty Khmer empire, cultural splendor, artistic craftsmen, and mind-blowing temples. A land that your curiosity is never satisfied until you see it.

Capital: Phnom Penh Population: 17.27 million (2022) Currency: Cambodia riel (KHR)




DAY 1 Phnom Penh

Welcome to Phnom Penh - the capital of Cambodia, where the mighty Mekong meets the Tonle Sap and Bassac rivers. You’ll be met and privately transferred to Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra. Spend the rest of the day at leisure.

DAY 2 Phnom Penh

Today's highlightsA private street food tour by local aficionados

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

This morning, set off to discover the city’s charm. Start at The National Museum, a graceful terracotta building. Next, visit the Royal Palace, the official residence of King Sihamoni. Your journey will be continued at Phnom Penh Central Market before going back to the hotel. In the afternoon, explore a local market for street food, an essential part of the city's daily life and culture. Your last stop will be a restaurant where you have a taste of true Khmer cuisine.

DAY 3 Phnom Penh

Today's highlightsMekong Island bicycle tour

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Embark on a boat to visit Koh Dach, a peaceful island lying in the Mekong River. Upon arrival, take a bike ride to discover a “real Cambodia” with rural life, green farms, charming pagodas, and wooden houses. On this sleepy island, the hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh feel hundreds of years away. Enjoy lunch at a traditional stilt house. Relax in the blissful atmosphere of the island before riding back to the pier.

DAY 4 Battambang

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Drive northwest of Phnom Penh Battambang. Stop along the way, at the riverside village of goldsmiths, Oudong, the floating villages in Kampong Chhnang, and Pursat. During your visits, you’ll have a chance to learn about Cambodian craftsmanship, life, and natural landscapes in the villages. Lunch at a local restaurant. Arriving at Battambang Resort, your base for the next three nights. Enjoy a refreshing dive into the saltwater pool or spend the time at your own leisure.

DAY 5 Battambang

Today's highlightsAn eye-catching performance of Phare circus

Meals: Breakfast

Today, experience the hidden town of Battambang by bike. Ride through rice paddies, local workshops, colonial houses, and pagodas. Here, get closer to the local life and the village’s daily activities such as knife making and traditional ‘prahok’ making. This afternoon, enjoy a brilliant circus art performance at Phare Ponleu Selpak, or the ‘Brightness of Art’ school.

DAY 6 Battambang

Today's highlightsLearn the bamboo train ride

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Try Battambang’s unique transportation: the bamboo train. Step up the train, sit on a mat that serves as a seat, and enjoy an experience that takes you nowhere but the place you’ve never experienced. Later, go to a homestay partake in a cooking class. Visit a local market to learn about Khmer exotic spices and vegetables. Returning to learn to cook three traditional Cambodian dishes before sampling the delicious plates that you’ve created.

DAY 7 Siem Reap

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

For your next part, head to Siem Reap, the star of this Cambodia adventure. On the way, take a boat ride on the Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve, and spot the rare waterbird at the bird sanctuary of Prek Toal. After lunch, visit a floating village and observe a unique way of life and see how the villagers do farming on the water. Check-in at the hotel. Relax at leisure after the drive.

DAY 8 Siem Reap

Today's highlightsAngkor temple exploration by tuk-tuk

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Sit in a tuk-tuk to Angkor Thom, the former capital of the Khmer Empire. See Bayon Temple with its four giant stone faces, the Baphuon - a mountain temple built Terrace of Elephant and its impressive 350-meter wall. See, too, the 12th century-year-old Terrace of Leper King which is adorned with spectacular Asara sculptures. After lunch, visit the world-famous Angkor Wat. Finish your temple visit at Ta Prohm.

DAY 9 Siem Reap

Today's highlightsAngkor zipline adventure

Meals: Breakfast

This morning, take in a fun activity: flying through the rainforest in a zipline adventure. Your children will love sliding fast through the air and enjoy the thrill and excitement of every ride. In the afternoon, visit Satcha, the first handicraft incubation center that aims to uplift Cambodian craftsmanship. They combine contemporary designs inspired by Khmer rich culture with traditional know-how to create meaningful, eco-friendly, and high-quality handcrafted products.

DAY 10 Siem Reap

Today's highlightsParticipate in the local village life

Meals: Breakfast

A half-day exploration of the local life. Start by making traditional rice noodles for your breakfast. Then, continue to help with a delicious Cambodian snack - bamboo sticky rice, and coconut picking. Your last stop is at a family who makes palm leaf handicrafts as a source of income. You can learn to make a craft on your own and bring it home as a special gift from Cambodia.

DAY 11 Siem Reap

Meals: Breakfast

Transfer to the airport and board your departure flight.


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