In Style (what does this mean?)
CAD $0 USD $2049.00
$750.00 deposit required.
Remaining balance collected 60 days prior to departure.
Explore the incredible Angkor Wat temples and Ta Prohm's vine-covered ruins • Kayak at a luxurious floating resort • Bask in the serene beauty of the Royal Palace • Reflect on Cambodia's tragic history at Tuol Sleng • Learn the art of Khmer cooking •
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When we say In Style, we mean luxury. Combine the magnificence of the Khmer Empire with lively Phnom Penh on this gay tour of Cambodia. Witness the grandeur of ancient Angkor Wat, see the carved enigmatic faces of the Bayon Temple, confront the tragedy of the recent past, and bask in the present while on a sunset kayak.
• Expert Local Guide from beginning to end of tour
• 7 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners
• Arrival airport transfer to joining point hotel
• Flight from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap
• Guided tour of Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
• Guided tour of Choeung Ek Killing Fields
• Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda
• Sunset Cruise in the Rain Forest
• Unguided Kayaking
• 3 day Angkor Pass
• 2 days with local Angkor guide
• Lunch at Sala Bai Gourmet Community Project
• Travel insurance package covering medical, trip interruption & baggage loss. Click here for more info
*for a more detailed itinerary, view our trip notes
• International Airfare
• Departure Transfer
• Meals and activities not outlined in itinerary
• Tips and other gratuities
4 Star Hotels (5 nights), Luxury Eco-Lodge (2 nights)
We have carefully chosen these gay-welcoming properties with you in mind. They have the right balance of comfort while still being locally owned.
This trip is a relaxing break. You don't have to worry about being able to do anything physically demanding unless you want to.
You may be shocked by the culture, but this is offset by plush, comfortable accommodation. Days of being on the move are well interspersed, communication with the outside world is ever-present and a wide variety of food is available.
Maximum of 16 travellers per group. Departure is guaranteed, subject to 4 people travelling.
Allow USD $400 for meals not included.
Phnom Penh is a friendly riverside city with loads of Khmer charm and faded French-colonial style. And while it's very much a place on the move, it retains a distinct and at times quite complex personality. Confront the tragic history of Cambodia on a visit to the Tuol Sleng Museum, before paying respects to the thousands of Cambodians who died during the Pol Pot regime at the Killing Fields. Then, take the opportunity to wander through the serene Royal Palace with its spectacular Silver Pagoda.
Journey to our remote but luxurious floating eco-lodge in the protected Cardamom region - one of the world's biodiversity hotspots. Enjoy a mystical sunset cruise and then choose from catching your dinner, kayaking the rainforest, relaxing in a natural spa or lounging on your private stilted terrace.
Fly to Siem Reap, gateway to one of the most significant archaeological sites in the world. Once the pre-eminent influence in South East Asia, the temples at Angkor were believed to represent the cosmic world. Discover the fascinating history and mythology of Angkor Wat, the Bayon and the jungle-clad Ta Prohm with an exclusive local guide. Marvel in the bask of a beautiful sunset surrounded by palm trees and rice paddies while you feast on a meal that you cooked in a private Khmer cooking class.
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