Cambodia Adventure

Cambodia Adventure

13 Days



Cambodia Adventure

13 Days Starting in Phnom Penh and ending in Siem Reap

Visiting: Phnom Penh, Krong Kampot, Kep Province, Preah Sihanouk, Koh Rong, Russian Market / ផ្សារទួលទំពូង, Central Mansions, Battambang, Krong Siem Reap, Angkor Temple Guides, Angkor Wat

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Fully Guided

Group size:

5 - 16

Physical rating:

Leisurely / Moderate

Age range:

16 to 99

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

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Trip Styles:

Active, Adventure Tours


Cultural, History


Cycling, Sightseeing

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Tour Overview

Cambodia, a diverse country with a captivating history, is unveiled during this trip. After arrival in bustling Phnom Penh we head to picturesque Kampot, a land of paddy fields and pepper plantations. We pause for lunch at Kep Bay to enjoy views across the Gulf of Thailand before transferring to tropical Koh Rong island. Returning to Phnom Penh we visit the Royal Palace and the sobering ‘Killing Fields’ before departing for Battambang, a well-preserved colonial town. Finally, we discover the temple complex of Angkor with a sunset visit and a bike ride to the less-visited temples.


  • Relax and unwind on tropical Koh Rong island 

  • Jump aboard a bicycle rickshaw for a tour through the streets of Phnom Penh and along the banks of the mighty Mekong River

  • Cycle through the countryside of rural Battambang

  • Visit the sobering Killing Fields and Tuol Sleng Prison

  • Spend two full days exploring the temples of Angkor including Ta Prohm

  • Visit the famous Kampot pepper plantations


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Day 1 : Start Phnom Penh
Location: Phnom Penh
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Ohana Hotel or similar
Meals Included: No Meals

Sousadei! Welcome to Cambodia.

This evening there will be a welcome briefing with your leader followed by an
optional group dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 2 : Transfer To Kampot; Sunset River Cruise
Location: Krong Kampot
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: The Columns Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Leaving Phnom Penh we travel into rural Cambodia to Kampot which sits on a
picturesque river. On the way we stop at Phnom Chisor mountain temple set on
a hill with a magnificent view. The temple was built in the 11th century by
King Suryavarman I. It is made of laterite, bricks and carved sandstone. Upon
arrival we check into our centrally located hotel, our base for the next two
nights, before boarding a local boat for sunset trip on the Kampot River. The
river runs through the centre of the town and can flow in both directions as
it is closely connected to the sea.

Day 3 : Explore Fruit And Pepper Plantations; Visit Kep
Location: Kep Province, Krong Kampot
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: The Columns Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today we venture out into the countryside to discover the highlights of the
Kampot Province including local salt fields, rice fields, fruit and pepper
plantations, and the Phnom Chhnork caves. Kampot is also famed for being one
of the largest producers of the durian fruit; the durian, once opened, has a
smell so pungent it is illegal to take indoors in some South East Asian

After exploring the countryside we visit Kep “ghost town” - previously a
popular seaside resort Kep now houses old resort buildings which have bullet
holes from the Khmer Rouge period, a reminder of the not so distant past. Kep
is once again regaining popularity with local tourists and you might like to
join them in having lunch in the simple crab shacks that line the beach.
Serving up the freshest seafood around the crab in Kampot pepper sauce is not
to be missed!

Day 4 : Journey To Sihanoukville For Speed Boat Transfer To Koh Rong Island
Location: Preah Sihanouk
Accommodation: Resort, Sok San Resort or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

After breakfast we drive approx. 2.5-3 hours from Kampot to Sihanoukville,
before taking a speed boat ferry transfer (approx. 45 min to 1 hour) across
to beautiful Koh Rong Island, our home for the next 2 nights.

Upon arrival you will have free time to relax, refresh with a swim in the
beach, or sip cocktails as the sun sets. 

Day 5 : Free Day On Koh Rong Island
Location: Koh Rong
Accommodation: Sok San Resort or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Our resort is located on one of the island's most mesmerising and secluded
white sandy beaches. Today you will have free time to relax on the beach and
enjoy the crystal-clear ocean waters, try your hand at various optional
activities on offer such as snorkelling, kayaking, and other water sports or
just soak up the exotic tropical surroundings. Your leader will be able to
advise during the trip of all options available to make the most of your free

Day 6 : Transfer Back To The Mainland And Onto Phnom Penh
Location: Phnom Penh
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Ohana Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

This morning we transfer back to the mainland by speed boat (45 min. to 1
hour) and drive on to Phnom Penh (approx. transfer time 5-6 hours) with a
stop for lunch.

Located on the banks of the Tonle Sap and the Mekong River, Phnom Penh is
home to 2.2 million of Cambodia’s residents. Despite being the capital, it
still retains a laid-back, typically Cambodian feel where the pace is slower
than some might expect.

We set out on a sunset cyclo (bicycle rickshaw) lap of the town giving us a
unique view of this bustling city and providing us with an easy orientation.
Stopping to see some of the local street food being served on the waterfront,
here we have the chance to try some local specialities. We continue on to
finish at a restaurant serving tasty Khmer cuisine. There are also many
waterfront bars worth a visit; the Foreign Correspondents Club (FCC)
overlooking the Tonle Sap River is recommended.

Day 7 : Sightseeing Including Royal Palace, Killing Fields And Russian Market
Location: Russian Market / ផ្សារទួលទំពូង
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Ohana* Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Phnom Penh still retains a frontier atmosphere and today we have a full day
of sightseeing in Cambodia's capital city.

The day of sightseeing will include the beautiful Royal Palace and Silver
Pagoda, so named for the solid silver tiles that make up the floor.
Thankfully the complex escaped the worst excess of the Khmer Rouge rule.
Similar in style and scale to the Grand Palace in Bangkok, the Royal Palace
has significantly fewer visitors and there is plenty of time to wander among
the traditional buildings. There is also time today to shop at either the
impressive Central Market or the sprawling Russian Market, a souvenir
hunter's paradise!

We visit Tuol Sleng museum or S21 (Museum of Genocide), which graphically
displays the horrors of the 4 years when Pol Pot systematically ordered the
murder of between 2 and 3 million Cambodians. Tuol Sleng was originally a
school but was used as a torture and interrogation centre between 1976 and
1979. It is a sobering and disturbing place to visit. Please be aware that
the images at the museum are very graphic. We complete our day with a moving
late afternoon visit to the 'killing fields' of Choeung Ek. A
football-field-sized area surrounded by farmland, the killing fields contain
mass graves for perhaps 20,000 Cambodians, many of whom were tortured before
being killed.

Day 8 : Journey To Colonial City Of Battambang
Location: Central Mansions
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Classy Hotel or simila
Meals Included: Breakfast

Our destination today is Battambang (pronounced Battambong). Cambodia's
second-largest city, Battambang, is centred around an attractive riverside
hub with traces of French elegance, friendly Khmer people and well-preserved
colonial architecture. There are also some striking examples of Art Deco
architecture; Central market, the Victory swimming pool and the train station
to name a few. En route to Battambang we have the chance to stop at a pottery
village, a silversmith village and a marble handicraft workshop for an
insight into local handcrafts and industry. In the evening we’ll enjoy an
orientation walk along the Sangke River bank and observe daily life of the
local people.

Day 9 : Leisurely Cycle Ride Through Rural Battambang (Otherwise Explore On Foot)
Location: Battambang
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Classy Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today we cycle through countryside to explore Cambodia’s rural way of life.
Stopping at villages to see local cottage industries, traditional scarf
weaving and traditional farming, there will be countless opportunities to
interact with the villagers who may be surprised to see us travelling as they
do, on a bicycle! We’ll reward our morning’s efforts with fruit and a
refreshing coconut. The cycle is easy riding on flat terrain with lots of
stops along the way. If you would like to opt out of the cycling and hop on a
tuk-tuk instead please let the leader know at the beginning of the trip so
alternative arrangements can be made.

Day 10 : Transfer To Siem Reap
Location: Krong Siem Reap
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Angkor Holiday Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

After breakfast we head to the town of Siem Reap with stops at the local
market at Pouk. Cambodian markets tend to be fragrant affairs – on offer
here is Cambodian ‘cheese’; one of the strongest smelling cheeses around
- perhaps because it is made entirely of fish! The local market is
nonetheless a great insight into the daily life of the Cambodian people. We
will also make a brief stop at the Angkor Silk Farm for a introduction into
the life of a silkworm and the production process of this fine textile. This
afternoon we walk past the Royal Gardens and along the Siem Reap River front
to the Old Market helping us get our bearings in this charming small town.
You may like to finish with a visit to the Artisans DÁngkor workshop – a
not-for-profit organisation which provides vocational training for young
people in traditional Cambodian arts.

Day 11 : Full Day At Angkor Temple Complex; Sunset Visit
Location: Angkor Temple Guides
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Angkor Holiday Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Our first full day of temple touring is by private bus so we can visit some
of the outlying temples such as Banteay Srei. Known as the Women’s Citadel
this small temple complex with intricate carvings is devoted to Brahma.
Particularly impressive are Banteay Kdei and Ta Prohm, still covered in
jungle, similar to how it was when it first came to light. Discovered for the
world in the 1870s, (although always known by the local people), and famously
described as being 'grander than anything of Greece or Rome' by the French
explorer Henri Mouchot, this world heritage site stands alongside the
Pyramids and Machu Picchu as one of the world's most spectacular
archaeological sites.

Tonight is free to enjoy one of the many restaurants on the famous 'Bar
Street' boulevard in central Siem Reap. You may also wish to marvel at the
skills of the Phare Cambodian Circus troop for an entirely different option
or chose to watch some traditional Apsara dancing.

Day 12 : Leisurely Bicycle Tour Of Temples
Location: Angkor Wat
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Angkor Holiday Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

This morning we get set up on mountain bikes for an easy but active ride
around the Angkorian ruins that are closer to town. On the bicycle we can
avoid some of the crowds and get a unique perspective on this amazing site.
If you want to rise early you can arrange with your leader to take in Angkor
at sunrise prior to the day’s cycling.

We will visit the incredible Angkor Wat, the many temples inside the Royal
City of Angkor Thom, including the magnificent Bayon, which is comprised of
54 intricately carved towers in one single temple. The Bayon certainly left
an impression on an early traveller in 1925 who stated 'we stand before it
stunned. It is like nothing else in the land.'

Angkor is a truly magical experience and a photographer's paradise, one of
the real highlights of our trip. The ride will be approx. 25km with plenty of
opportunities for refreshment stops and to take photos. If you would like to
opt out of cycling and instead cool down in the support vehicle, please let
your leader know who will be able to arrange the logistics of this and the
rest of the group.

Day 13 : End Siem Reap
Location: Krong Siem Reap
Meals Included: Breakfast

For land only clients, the tour ends this morning in Siem Reap after

What's Included

  • Arrival & departure transfers

  • All transport and listed activities

  • All breakfasts 

  • All accommodation

  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

  • Tour leader throughout

What's Not Included

  • Visas or vaccinations

  • Travel insurance

  • Single accommodation (available on request)


All breakfasts are included. Food is cheap in Cambodia and you can generally avoid the spicier food if you wish. Cambodia's food is all about the contrasts—sweet and bitter, salty and sour, fresh and cooked. It shares many dishes with its neighbours, and you'll find noodle soup similar to Vietnamese pho, Thailand's refreshing salads and sour soups, Indian-inspired curries, and noodles and stir fries handed down from years of Chinese migration. From Cambodia's days as a French Indochina colony, there's a national love of coffee, pate, and good bread. Baguettes are served with soup, made into sandwiches, and sold by men riding bicycles carrying baskets of long loaves. Western food is also available in most of the places visited. Vegetarian food is widely available, however the offering will be fairly similar in most places. Please advise at time of booking if you have any dietary requirements.


On this adventure in Cambodia, we spend 10 nights in comfortable hotels and two nights in a resort. The accommodations are well located for our trip, often within walking distance of major local sites. Some also have swimming pools, so don’t forget your swimwear.

Phnom Penh: Ohana Hotel (nights 1 and 6-7)

Neighbouring the Tonle Sap River, this modern hotel is in the action. It’s just a seven-minute riverside walk to the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, while the National Museum and Royal Palace are both within a 10-minute stroll. The hotel itself has a rooftop restaurant-bar, plus there’s a first-floor pool.

Kampot: The Columns Hotel (nights 2-3)

Embrace a bygone age at this 17-room hotel, which occupies a French Colonial building in Kampot old town. Rooms come with locally made hardwood beds and silk cushions, while the hotel is just a moments’ walk from restaurants and the Kampong Bay River.

Koh Rong island: Sok San Resort (nights 4-5)

There’s a definite laidback feel to this beachy resort, where accommodation is within five pavilions and 20 chalets with a Khmer style. There are two beach bars (Sun Deck and Coco) for cocktails with sea-and-sand views, plus La Terrasse restaurant for international and Khmer meals.

Battambang: Classy Hotel (nights 8-9)

With a rooftop terrace that offers sweeping views and a large pool, the Classy Hotel is a comfortable place to rest for two nights. It’s home to the Jaya Café Restaurant, which serves Asian and international cuisines, including made-to-order omelettes and traditional noodle soups.

Siem Reap: Angkor Holiday Hotel (nights 10-12)

A short drive from the Angkor temple complex, this hotel is ideally placed for our adventures in Siem Reap. When you’re not out exploring, there’s a swimming pool to splash around in plus a restaurant serving Asian, Khmer and Western cuisines.

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    International flights are not included with this tour.

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    Yes, our local guides are English speaking.

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    The minimum age for this tour is 16 years old.

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Reviews from Travellers on this Tour

Sunrise, sunsets, monks and monkeys

This was our ninth trip with Exodus and although Cambodia didn't make it into my top three of countries visited, this tour was simply the best so far. This was as much due to sharing the trip with a lovely group of like-minded travellers and having an excellent leader as it was to the experiences we enjoyed together.

Cambodian Adventure

An excellent trip which combined awesome historical sites, modern cultural encounters, fun activities in great natural surroundings all with fantastic food shared with great people, an excellent guide and a steady driver to hold it together.

The surprise that is Cambodia.

We saw parts of Cambodia we wouldn't have thought of visiting. Some of the less frequented parts were the most beautiful, especially the area around Kampot. Cycling is definitely a good way to see the countryside and how the people live. Thankfully we were acclimatised to the heat by the time we started cycling!

Cooking in was 38C

Loved the trip, Great food, great hospitality and our Guide was outstanding ! Some long days, but you will get a great deal out of a packed itinerary. Hotels are pretty good, and you'll appreciate the ones that have swimming pools even more ! The French influence has ensured that the coffee is great just about everywhere, apart maybe from breakfast :-)

Cambodia Adventure

A great itinerary encompassing the busy yet cultured capital, the relaxed feel of coastal Kampot and Kep, colonial Battambang and the sheer size of majestic Angkor Wat. Fantastic food too throughout, surpassed only by the ever-smiling, friendly locals.

Amazing Trip.Don't hesitate

This was probably one of the best trips l have ever done.Eight of us became the Fila Family and we were all Seniors!! As the trip went on we became experts in spotting a Happy Hour 2 for 1 in any town we stayed in.The proposal to remove the water bowser for a beer barrel however fell on deaf ears............not that seniors can drink................ This was very much an up and at it tour so no lie ins. Food was really good and great value.Fila was always available to give us advice.Insects for dinner? No problem for these Seniors!!! After dinner we went dancing with the locals.Sorry the men watched on and the girls danced.What a moment.So many great times. Fila kept us in order and always had the hand sanitizer on tap....................(in house joke) He was a mind of information and was very proud to show us his home town of Siem Reap and of course Angkor Wat. Seniors get up and go!We were all 60-70 and we completed the tour of Cambodia on the bikes..........(There's a joke there) Go now.This country will change dramatically in the next couple of years. The Cambodians are a lovely people considering the pain and suffering they have had to endure.(Killing fields) So what is stopping you???

Amazing tour of Cambodia

This trip was amazing. It was such a mix of different parts of the country From the bustling capital of Phnom Penh to relaxing beaches in the south then cycling around Battenbang visiting different local industries and finishing up with the awe inspiring temples of Siem Reep With our most incredible guide “Bun” who worked tirelessly to make sure everyone of us had an enjoyable time.

Cambodia Adventure

I cannot recommend this trip highly enough. It provided a fascinating glimpse into life in Cambodia. Such a wide variety of experiences: river boat trips, crafts people sharing their life stories with us, being welcomed into the home of one family for dinner, markets, schools, processions, dancing displays, acrobats, musicians, royal palaces and, of course, the world-famous temples at Angkor, Thom etc. Everywhere we went people greeted us with a beaming smile and a generosity of spirit that will live long in the memory. Food was delicious and hotels very good, way beyond my expectations - most even had swimming pools - and staff were always delightful, efficient and extremely helpful.


Cambodia is a fascinating country with so much to offer. The trip included boat trips, cycling adventures, fabulous temples, and the horror of the killing fields and S21. Our leader was inspirational and introduced us to so many local people and their crafts. The mosquitoes were horrendous and vicious even when thoroughly sprayed with Incognito. And the country was spoiled with so much rubbish everywhere. Even so, one of my best Exodus trips

Cambodia Adventure

This holiday was my first experience of a third world country and as such was extremely interesting. In spite of some poverty, all the hotels were built in recent years and were of a high standard. Our experiences were varied: chaotic traffic in the cities, visits to country villages, two days on cycles, boat trips, learning about the history of Cambodia's civil war and how the country if recovering, trekking up a mountain and seeing mangroves. We enjoyed visiting the famous temple at Angkor Wat and several lesser temples in the region. The people were friendly and welcoming.

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