Honey
mooning Dreams
Tour

WELCOME TO THE “PEARL OF ASIA”

DAY # 1

 

PHNOM PENH CAPITAL CITY

Be welcomed by your guide or driver upon your arrival at Phnom Penh Airport to kick-off your Honeymoon in the Kingdom of Legends!

Enjoy a free day at leisure upon arrival to either re-set your body clock after your long journey to reach the Kingdom and relax in your hotel swimming pool and facilities, unless, why not heading for a discovery “en-tête-à-tête” of the vibes at the unique riverfront promenade of this South-east Asian Capital City - also known as “The Pearl of Asia” –  lined up with nice shops and cafés? 


DAY # 2

PHNOM PENH DISCOVERY

DAY # 2

 


Note: Visitors to the Royal Palace should cover the shoulders and wear appropriate clothing such as long pants or long skirt as to cover the knees. 

 

Start your day with a visit of the fairy-tale like Preah Borom Reajea Veaing, the Royal Palace and Preah Vihear Preah Kéo Morakot, also known as the Silver Pagoda with its pure silver tiled paved floor and the Sacred Emerald Buddha image.

 

Then, admire the thousand-year old artifacts from the pre-Angkor and Angkor periods at the National Museum, one of the richest museums in the region in term of ancient sculptures, and relive the Glorious Age of the Khmer Empire through the contemplation of these artifacts.

 

After your lunch break, take a “silent and eco-friendly” ride on a “Cyclo-pousse” for the visit of Wat Phnom, - the City landmark -, a man-made hill and let your accompanying guide tell you  the Legend of Dame Daun Penh whom the capital City took its name from!

 

Fancy a stroll and some shopping at another City landmark, Phsar Thmey, also known as the Central Market for a funny way to “shop, shop, shop…, until you drop”? There is in fact a lot to be done in this vibrant city, and your guide will be most happy to make you discover Krong Chatomuk, the former name of Phnom Penh!     

Optional: In the late afternoon, why not take a boat trip on the Chatomuk River for a sunset cruise? 

(Please contact us for further details).


THE “LONG AND WINDING ROAD” TO SIEM REAP / ANGKOR

DAY # 3

 

Your road trip starting from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap (about 314 kms and 06hrs30 road journey) will take you through the provincial capital City of Kompong Thom and the site of the pre-Angkorian Kingdom of Tchen-La.

On the way, enjoy a short stop at the picturesque crossroad town of Skun to discover a local culinary “delicatessen” for those adventurous enough to venture into new tastes: the “Deep-fried Spiders”!

After a brief stop at Kompong Thom town, visit Sambor Prey Kuk Temples nestled in the forest, then, carry onward to Siem Reap with another short visit of the famous Naga Bridge, a testimony to the ingenuity of the Ancient Angkorian Bridge builders, on this “Voie Royale” built by the Great Khmer Kings, linking Angkor to Wat Phu in Southern Laos and to the Champa Kingdom in present Central Viet Nam!

Upon arrival and checking-in at your Hotel, Free-time at leisure to discover the Temple City at your own pace!

 

Note: The road between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap being currently under renovation, the road journey might take around 6hrs to 6hrs30, hence our suggestion for the possible option to fly to the Temple City.

 

Note: Possibility of an option to take a flight from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap / Angkor (with supplement – Note: a slight modification of your program in Siem Reap will be needed to be adjusted -) 


DAY # 4

THE MAJESTIC ANGKOR TEMPLES

DAY # 4

 


Your day will start with an exploration of Angkor Thom and the famous 172-Avalokiteshvara Multiple-Faced Bayon at its very center and the vast architectural ensemble is considered to be the epicenter of the then-Khmer Empire that ruled most parts of South-east Asia in its heyday!

 

Note:  During your visit of the Angkor Wat Temples, visitors should wear shirts or blouses covering your shoulders and arms and long skirts or trousers covering your legs (no miniskirts or shorts above the knee). Children under 12 year-old are not allowed to climb up to the main Bakan Tower during the visit, and the Central Tower will be closed during the Khmer Buddhist Bay, 4 days a month according to the Lunar calendar.  

 

Your exploration continues in the afternoon until sunset with the visit of the famous Angkor Wat which five towers, with a rosé-colored light according to the luminosity of the day, adorn the Cambodian flags of all the various successive Cambodian régimes.  


BEYOND ANGKOR

DAY # 5

 


Note: During your visit to Banteay Srei and Banteay Samré Temples, visitors should wear shirts or blouses covering your shoulders and arms and long skirts or trousers covering your legs (no miniskirts or shorts above the knee).

 

Early in the morning, amidst the sunrays of this new day, Banteay Srei, also known as the “Citadel of Women” will gradually reveal to you, its mysteries with its delicate and intricate carvings. The fine details present in every carved corner of this “Jewel in the Forest” will be a real enchantment to your eyes!

On your way back, learn of the Legend of the “Sweet Cucumber King” who built Banteay Samré masterly restored to almost its heyday and where you will find very few visitors, and do enjoy its romantic atmosphere second to no other temple in the area!  

A “tête-à-tête” and romantic lunch in a traditional Khmer house will be the highlight of your day and will transport you back to a bygone time in a tranquil village life and atmosphere.

After your romantic “lunch-for two”, take a ride on an ox-cart to the entrance of Prasat Ta Prohm and enjoy the sunset over Srah Srang Royal Basin!

 

Optional: Why not choosing to “relive” the “Legend of Preah Thaong and Neang Neakh” and the very creation of the Khmer Kingdom?

(Please contact us for further details / one more night in Siem Reap to be added)


DAY # 6

SIEM REAP - SIHANOUKVILLE - ISLAND

DAY # 6

 


This morning you will be transferred to Siem Reap Airport for the domestique flight to Sihanoukville 

Upon your arrival at Sihanoukville Airport, you will be greeted by your driver and transfer to Sihanoukville pier and take a speedboat (join boat) to the island (about 45 minutes).

 

On arrival at the hotel, check-in.

 

The rest of your day will be free to enjoy the beautiful beach.


SUNBATHING ON THE BEACH

DAY # 7

 


Day free at leisure for your own activities and enjoy the beach. 


DAY # 8

SUNBATHING ON THE BEACH

DAY # 8

 


Day free at leisure for your own activities and enjoy the beach. 


SUNBATHING ON THE BEACH

DAY # 9

 


Day free at leisure for your own activities and enjoy the beach. 


DAY #10

ROAD TO PHNOM PENH & DEPARTURE FROM PHNOM PENH

DAY #10

 


Depending on your flight you can have free time to enjoy your last moments in Cambodia until your transfer time by joined  boat to Sihanoukville port.

 

Transfer from Sihanoukville port to the airport for your flight to the next destination.

 



*** END OF OUR SERVICES***

 

Option:
Honeymoon Dream Bliss & Dream Stay at Song Saa Private Island Resort
(Contact us for more information)

 

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  • Introduced since November 1st, 2019, recyclable and reusable aluminum bottles are in line with our company's policy of preventing and reducing single-use plastic and making Cambodia "plastic-free" (#makecambodiaplasticfree).
  • By doing so, we contribute strongly and effectively to preserving the environment in Cambodia and in the oceans for future generations.
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BE NEUTRAL CARBON

In order to fight against climate change and to protect the environment, All Dreams Cambodia is committed to reducing carbon emissions.

In collaboration with EcoSol, an agency specializing in Circular Economy and Low Carbon Approach, we have set up a very sophisticated calculation tool, making it possible to measure the number of kg of CO2 inherent in the activity of the agency but also in each of our tourism programs, and the amount offsetting the carbon footprint at the current cost of carbon emitted.

To be carbon neutral, we have decided to support and donate these compensatory funds to an "Agrisud" project in Cambodia:

LinkStructuring and management of the “drain sludge” sector and production of organic fertilizers

 

Join us in reducing the carbon impact in Cambodia!

Learn about the carbon footprint of your clients' program.

If you wish to support us in our more responsible and sustainable tourism approach, please inform us upon confirmation and we will add the compensatory amount to your invoice.

Your clients will receive upon arrival an additional information sheet.

We will take them to visit the Agrisud sites, this of course depending on their program and according to their wishes.

A year-end report will be sent to all of our generous contributors.

 
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