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Lesbian and Gay Travel to Cambodia

Cambodia Temples & Treasures

A Luxurious Gay Tour of Cambodia

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$750.00 deposit required.
Remaining balance collected 60 days prior to departure.

8 days

Nov 06, 2015 Jan 02, 2016 Feb 22, 2016

Reflect on Cambodia's history in Phnom Penh • Explore the incredible temples of Angkor Wat, and Ta Prohm's vine-covered ruins • Bask in the serene beauty of the Royal Palace • Learn the art of Khmer cooking • Support street youth at a world-class circus show • Lounge poolside at our luxurious hand-selected hotels and villa


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This lively gay tour of Cambodia brings together the magnificence of Siem Reap’s Khmer Empire, a lively couple of days in Phnom Penh, and some beachside relaxation in Kep, a former weekend retreat for the Colonial French elite. Witness the grandeur of ancient Angkor Wat, see the carved enigmatic faces of the Bayon Temple, and prepare your own Farewell feast with guidance from local Khmer chefs.



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• Arrival transfer to accommodation booked through OUT Adventures 
• Group leader from beginning to end of tour 
• 7 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 3 dinners 
• 4-star or higher accommodation (7 nights)
• 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 
• Rustic River Boat Sunset Cruise at the foot of Bokor Mountain 
• Boat Trip to Koh Tonsay 
• 3 day Angkor Pass 
• 2 days with local Angkor guide 
• Phare Circus 
• Countryside Khmer Cooking Class 
• Travel insurance package covering medical, trip interruption & baggage loss. Click here for more info

• International Airfare
• Departure Transfer
• Meals & Activities not mentioned in itinerary
• Gratuities for Tour Leader ($50-$100 USD)
• Gratuities for drivers, hotel staff, porters (approximately $30-$50 USD)


Maximum of 16 travellers per group. Departure is guaranteed, subject to 4 people travelling.

Allow USD $400 for meals not included.

Joom reab sour! Welcome to Cambodia. Our trip officially begins at 6PM with a group meeting, followed by an included dinner at a local restaurant. This restaurant not only prepares delicious local cuisine, but also prepares underprivileged youth for a career in the hospitality industry. It’s a great way to get familiar with one another over a truly feel-good meal.

Today we immerse ourselves in friendly Phnom Penh, the riverside city laden with Khmer charm and faded French-colonial style. We’ll reflect on Cambodia’s tragic history with a visit to the Tuol Sleng Museum, then pay our respects to the Cambodians who died during the Pol Pot regime at the Killing Fields. After that, we’ll wander through the serene Royal Palace and admire its spectacular Silver Pagoda. The evening is free to do as you like, but we typically venture out for an optional dinner, followed by drinks at a bar known for it’s lively drag shows.

This morning we venture into the town of Kep in rural Cambodia. We’ll have time to relax by the infinity pool at our seaside villa, then we’ll jump onto a local river boat to admire a rustic sunset near the foot of Bokor Mountain. Finally, we’ll enjoy an optional dinner at our villa overlooking the sea.

After a leisurely and decadent breakfast, we’ll venture to Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island), a blissfully remote spot where we can take in a swim, some snorkelling, and loads of relaxation. All this leisure will hopefully work up your appetite, because a local chef will prepare an inspired barbecue lunch featuring fresh, fabulous seafood. The evening is yours to enjoy at the villa.

This morning you can sleep in, explore Kep National Park, wander the local crab market, or chill out by the pool. In the afternoon we’ll take a short flight to Siem Reap, followed by dinner at a local restaurant (if we can tear you away from the stunning boutique hotel).

Today we make our way to the world-famous City of Angkor, where we’ll explore the temples with our local guide. Here, the intricately carved bas-reliefs and architectural designs offer mind-blowing photography fodder. The evening offers an optional dinner. And we crown our night with a visit to a local circus, where young Cambodian artists will tell their tales through music and other performing arts.

Photography enthusiasts, prepare yourselves for an early morning treat. We’ll rise before dawn and make our way to Angkor Wat to capture the sunrise. We’ll then return to the hotel for breakfast, before we explore some of our favourite ruins, such as Banteay Srei (a sandstone temple devoted to the Hindu god Shiva). In the afternoon we’ll visit the countryside for a short walk through the rice paddies. Then, best of all, our day will wrap with a cooking class guided by local chefs, where we’ll craft an unforgettable Farewell Dinner to savour over one final sunset.

There are no activities planned today, so you are free to depart at your leisure. Safe travels!

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Day 1 Phnom Penh
Day 2 Phnom Penh
Day 3 Kep
Day 4 Kep/Rabbit Island
Day 5 Siem Reap
Day 6 Siem Reap/Angkor Wat
Day 7 Siem Reap
Day 8 Siem Reap/Departure