Let WAM show you the core sights of Cambodia from her bustling capital city to the ancient Angkor Temples past the laid back Battambang and the ebb and flow life on the Tonle Sap lake.
Discover Cambodia’s bustling capital
From your arrival in Phnom Penh your WAM guide will reveal the sights and sounds of the city to you. See the Royal Palace and majestic Silver Pagoda, visit the National Museum with the largest collection of Khmer art in the world, and climb the hill to the historic Wat Phnom. At the end of the afternoon take a sunset boat cruise on the Mekong River where the three rivers Tonlé Sap, Tonlé Bassac and the mighty Mekong meet. Discover life on the river for the fishermen and their families and relax on the boat watching the sun set on Phnom Penh.
Visit laid back, picturesque Battambang
With some of the best examples of French colonial architecture and its situation on the Sangkae river, Battambang has a laid back appeal not to be missed. Visit an outlaying Angkorian Temple, take in the lush countryside and sample the local wine from Cambodia’s only winery. Take a hair-raising trip on the local Bamboo railway, visit a 100 year old Khmer house and let the charms of Battambang envelop you!
Explore the ancient Angkor Temples
As well as exploring the magnificent Angkor Wat temple, your experienced guide will show you around the smaller temples within the ‘small’ and ‘grand’ circuits of Angkor, the finely carved pink sandstone 10th century Banteay Srei temple, and the tucked away Banteay Samre, far from the tourist crowds. You’ll also visit the pre-Angkorian Rolous Group of temples and discover the origins of the Angkor Temples.
See off the beaten track sights with WAM
With boat trips visiting floating villages on the Tonle Sap lake at unfrequented tourist spots and remote villages creating silk, WAM will show you hidden gems en route.
Enjoy a picnic lunch on the banks of the birdlife-rich Ang Trapeang Thmor Lake and when in Siem Reap discover life on the Tonle Sap lake with its flooded forest and floating villages. Long a popular stop for WAM, the 2017 listed UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sambor Prei kuk is visited en route back to Phnom Penh.