Cambodia

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Taste Travel Food Adventure Tours takes you on a 14-day food adventure through the Kingdom of Cambodia where you will live like a local for a while. Visit Cambodia’s rice belt and sample some of its street food in Battambang. Fall in love with this amazingly special country and make some wonderful new Khmer friends at a local village homestay. Wonder in awe of the magical ancient temples of Angkor and meet the people who live on the vast Tonle Sap Lake. Visit Cambodia’s dark Khmer Rouge history at the Genocide Museum and the Killing Fields in Phnom Penh. Feast on Kampot Pepper Crab at the Kep crab market and see how the world famous Kampot pepper grows at an organic pepper farm. This tour will tantalise and surprise your taste buds with delicious street food, authentic cooking classes, local food market tours and the best food and cultural experiences Cambodia has to offer. If you would like to learn more about Cambodian food  you can read more here.

LENGTH

14 Days/13 Nights

GROUP SIZE

Maximum 12

PRICE (AUD)

$1995 p/p (twin share)

DATES

11th November 2017

1st February 2018

 

MAP

A Taste of Cambodia

Tour Map

ITINERARY

Starts - Siem Reap

Ends - Phnom Penh

Day 1 - Welcome to Siem Reap

Highlights

Siem Reap is the gateway to the magical Angkor Archeological Zone, home to an abundance of ancient temples and ruins. There are no activities planned for today, so you are free to explore this exciting, yet laid back city on your own. At 5 pm there will be a group meeting in the hotel before we set out on our food adventure tour of Cambodia. Tonight's activities will include a local street food tour where you will sample delicious Khmer snacks and dine at a local restaurant for a taste tingling dinner.

Siem Reap is the gateway to the magical Angkor Archeological Zone, home to an abundance of ancient temples and ruins. There are no activities planned for today, so you are free to explore this exciting, yet laid back city on your own. Check out the enchanting Wat Bo Pagoda, one of Siem Reaps oldest temples with murals of intricate Khmer art on the walls. For the more adventurous try Angkor Zipline and fly through the treetops on 10 ziplines that zig zag through the forest canopy. For more options of things to do and see in Siem Reap and Cambodia, grab yourself the latest copy or eBook of Lonely Planet here. Please ensure you arrive and check into the hotel in time for our group meeting at 5 pm. The meeting is an informal meet and greet and a chance to have any questions you might have answered before we set out on on the town for our food adventure. Tonight's activities will include a local street food tour where you will sample delicious Khmer snacks and dine at a local restaurant for a taste tingling dinner.

Our local guide will reveal delicious street food and local snacks for you to taste. And while you’re at it try some of the seasonal fruits available and also learn about the fragrant spices and deliciously different ingredients used in Khmer cooking. Wander through local food stalls where you will see some very strange snacks such as deep fried tarantulas and crickets – go on I dare you! Next stop is a local restaurant to taste some local delicacies, such as Cambodia’s national dish, Fish Amok, a fragrant coconut-y fish curry. If you still have room, we will finish tonight’s food adventure at a fruit stall where you can sample fruit shakes, fruit with condensed milk and scrumptious puddings.After dinner, you have the option to return to the hotel or head on out to Pub Street, the tourist hub of Siem Reap, to explore the bars and nightlife. Alternatively, our local guide can point you in the direction of some less touristy spots for a great night out.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Meals Included

  • Dinner

Included Activities

  • Street Food Tour

Optional Activities

  • Angkor Zip Line US$59 - $99      
  • Wat Bo Pagoda - Free

Day 2 - Siem Reap / Battambang

Highlight

After breakfast this morning we take off in a private minibus to Cambodia's rice belt and the county's second largest town of Battambang. This afternoon we take to the back-roads surrounding Battambang by bicycle to experience village life in the countryside. See how locals make their living in a variety of food production industries. After returning to town we take a street food tour to sample some of Battambang's delicious local delicacies.

After breakfast this morning we take off in a private minibus to Cambodia's rice belt and the county's second largest town of Battambang (approx. 3 hrs). This afternoon we take to the back-roads surrounding Battambang by bicycle to experience village life in the countryside. See how locals make their living in a variety of food production industries. Learn how rice paper, dried bananas, rice wine, Khmer noodles, fish paste and bamboo rice cakes are made. After returning to town we take a street food tour to sample some of Battambang's delicious local delicacies for dinner.

Try the sweet and savoury tastes of nom krok (fried coconut and rice flour cakes) served with a sweet and slightly sour syrup of palm sugar and fish sauce. Sample son vac (fish grilled in banana leaves), which is eaten wrapped in lettuce with cold noodles, basil, saw-tooth coriander and a tangy sauce. For something sweet, taste the bliss of banh ja’neuk, which are glutinous rice balls stuffed with mung bean paste in coconut milk, with tapioca, ginger ginger syrup and sesame seeds. You won't be able to resist the marinated beef skewers with aromatic lemongrass grilled over hot coals. These delicious skewers are succulent and hard to resist. After the food tour you are free to return to the hotel or you may like to sample some of Battambang's bars and nightlife.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Meals Included

  • Breakfast                                        
  • Dinner

Included Activities

  • Cycling Tour                                  
  • Street Food Tour

Optional Activities

Day 3 - Battambang

Highlights

This morning you will visit a local market to buy some ingredients for a cooking class. There you will be introduced to the seasonal fresh local ingredients on offer. After the market tour, you will participate in a cooking class using the ingredients bought fresh from the market. Learn to cook delicious Cambodian food such as fragrant fish amok, tasty beef lak lok, and fresh and crunchy Green Mango Salad. The best part of the class is you get to feast on the finished dishes for lunch. The rest of the afternoon is free for you to explore Battambang and its surrounds.

Take a light breakfast this morning in anticipation of feasting on a delicious Khmer lunch that you will cook yourself. Before that you will be taken on a local market tour to buy some of the ingredients for today's class. The markets will introduce you to the seasonal fresh local ingredients on offer in Battambang. Then its off to learn how to use these ingredients to cook some of Cambodia's favorite dishes, such as fragrant fish amok, tasty beef lak lok, and fresh and crunchy green mango salad. Come away from todays class with all the recipes and the confidence to recreate them once you are home again. The best part of the class is you get to feast on the finished dishes you have created.

After lunch you the rest of the afternoon is yours to explore the sights and tastes of Battambang on your own. Check out one of the heritage self-guided walking tours of the French colonial buildings, visit the Battambang Museum or take in several of the temples around town. If relaxing is more your style why not try a massage at Seeing Hands Massage where you can get an awesome massge from a trained blind masseur/masseuse. For the more adventurous you might like to visit Phnom Sampeau, a mountain southwest of town, which has awesome views among several temple complexes. Here you can also visit the killing caves used by the Khmer Rouge in the 1970's. At around 5.30 pm you can see a spectacular sight as millions of bats leave these caves in a steady stream, lasting up to 40 minutes.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Included Activities

  • Market Tour
  • Cooking Class

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch

Optional Activities

  • Self-Guided Heritage Walk - Free
  • Mount Sampeau/Bat Caves

Day 4 - Battambang / Banteay Chhmar

Highlights

Breakfast is at a local favourite today for traditional Cambodian Noodle soup before we say goodbye to Battambang. Visit Wat Ek Prom for a picnic lunch on the way to Banteay Chhmar to begin our homestay. Meet your host family, check into your room and relax or explore the surrounding area. A special welcome dinner will be served tonight under the stars at Banteay Chhmar Temple complete with wooden torches. During dinner listen to the sounds of traditional Khmer music played by local villagers.

Take a leisurely morning today, with breakfast at a local favourite restaurant for traditional Cambodian Noodle soup before we say goodbye to Battambang. On the way to Banteay Chhmar we visit Wat Ek Prom, an 11th Century Hindu temple complex which is a perfect spot for a picnic lunch. The site is also home to an enormous white stone Buddha statue and a colourful modern pagoda. After lunch we travel to meet our host families at the homestay village in Banteay Chhmar.

Banteay Chhmar is a commune made up of 14 villages in north-western Cambodia. In 2007, with the aid of a French non-profit organisation, some of the villagers set up the Banteay Chhmar Community Based Tourism (CBT) group. CBT are dedicated to preserving and protecting the cultural heritage of the area as well as creating a responsible tourism industry there. They have compiled a number of activities and tours in the area in addition to helping families to become part of the homestay program which provides them with an ability to supplement their modest income.

Upon arrival in Banteay Chhmar you will meet your host family and check into your room. The rest of the afternoon you are free to relax or wander around and explore the surrounding area. Tonight there will be a special welcome dinner that will be served under the stars at the Banteay Chhmar Temple, built in the late 12th and early 13th centuries. During dinner you will listen to the sounds of traditional Khmer music played by some of the local local villagers.

Accommodation

  • Homestay

Included Activities

  • Noodle breakfast
  • Wat Ek Prom picnic
  • CBT welcome dinner

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Optional Activities

Day 5 - Banteay Chhmar

Highlights

After breakfast, revisit the Banteay Chhmar Temple in the light of day. Then, after a visit to Ta Prohm temple, wander through the village to check out the Silk center. Continuing on to the “Killing Baray (reservoir)” by Kuyon you will enjoy a picnic lunch on a wooden platform. Why not take a little nap in a hammock before joining villager's in their daily activities and visit a cassava farm and rice fields on the way back to your homestay. Enjoy the end of the day with your host family before dinner and a rice flattening demonstration.

Following breakfast, served in the CBT restaurant, revisit the Banteay Chhmar Temple in the light of day and marvel at this unique archaeological site, the 4th largest temple dating from the Angkorian period. Next is a visit to Ta Prohm temple with its well preserved examples of the Bayon-style face towers, before wandering through the village to check out the Soieries du Mekong Silk Center. The silk center has been training young Cambodian women in the art of silk weaving, sewing, embroidering and dyeing since 2001.

Continuing on to the “Killing Baray (reservoir)” by Kuyon (tractor) you will enjoy a picnic lunch on a wooden platform. The baray, built by Pol Pot, has a tragic history, however, today, it is highly valued as a water source for farming and fishing by locals and is home to a variety of birds, including egrets. After lunch why not take a little nap in a hammock before joining villager's in their daily activities. Visit a cassava farm and rice fields on the way back to your homestay. Enjoy the end of the day with your host family before dinner followed by a rice flattening demonstration where you learn to make dalambok, a traditional Khmer sweet.

Accommodation

  • Homestay

Included Activities

  • Temples & Silk Centre
  • Picnic Lunch @ Barray
  • Farm Visits
  • Rice Flattening Demo

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Optional Activities

Day 6 - Banteay Chhmar / Siem Reap

Highlights

After breakfast this morning, visit a local market and buy ingredients for a cooking class. Learn about homestyle Khmer cooking from local, home cooks. Feast on all your hard work for lunch and then prepare to say goodbye to you new Khmer family.  Travel back to Siem Reap, arriving mid afternoon. The rest of the afternoon and evening is yours to relax after a busy few days. Tonight you get to seek out your own food adventure for dinner. Keep in mind we have an early start the following day for sunrise over Angkor Wat.

Breakfast will be served in the CBT restaurant again this morning, but leave room for an early lunch as you will participate in a cooking class later. First you will visit a local market to buy fresh seasonal produce to use in the cooking class. Back at CBT you will learn about delicious homestyle Khmer cooking from local, home cooks. At the end of the class you get to feast on all your hard work for lunch and then prepare to say goodbye to you new Khmer family.

Travel back to Siem Reap (around 3 hours), arriving at the hotel by mid afternoon. The rest of the afternoon is yours to relax after a busy few days. Take a rest, have a massage, go shopping or check out some Siem Reap's museums and sights. Tonight we have a special opportunity to dine in a restaurant that supports disadvantaged young adults, training them in all aspects of hospitality. After dinner you are free to sample some of the Siem Reap nightlife, however, keep in mind we have an early start tomorrow for sunrise over the magnificent Angkor Wat.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Included Activities

  • Market Tour
  • Cooking Class

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Optional Activities

  • Angkor National Museum US$12
  • Massages - from US$5

Day 7 - Siem Reap

Highlights

After a very early start (around 5am) we make our way to majestic Angkor Wat to see the sun rise behind the impressive structure. Breakfast will be taken in a local restaurant nearby before visiting some of Ankor's most popular and interesting temples. Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch overlooking Srah Srang Barray (reservoir) before visiting more temples in the afternoon. After the early start we finish today's activities around 4 pm so you have time to take a rest before dinner.

After an early start (around 5am) we make our way to majestic Angkor Wat to see the sun rise behind this most impressive structure. This is also a perfect photo opportunity to get some great shots of the temple in the reflection of the ponds. Breakfast will be taken in a local restaurant nearby before visiting some of Angkor's most popular and interesting temples, including Angkor Wat in full daylight. See where the movie Tomb Raider was filmed at Ta Prohm Temple, where giant tree roots have entwined around the temple walls. Other notable temples include Bayon, Banteay Srei and Angkor Thom, just to name a few.

Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch overlooking Srah Srang Barray (reservoir) in the early afternoon before visiting some more amazing temples. After an early start we finish today's activities around 4pm to give you have time to take a rest before making your own food adventure for dinner. Team up or go it alone but there are hundreds of amazing food opportunities to choose from in Siem Reap or you may like to try some of the Taste Travel recommended spots.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Included Activities

  • Sunrise at Angkor Watt
  • Temple Tour
  • Picnic Lunch

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch

Optional Activities

 

Day 8 - Siem Reap

Highlights

Take a light breakfast this morning before we embark on a market tour to buy ingredients for a hands-on cooking class. Learn to make delicious dishes such as Banana Flower Salad and Sticky Rice with Mango. Feast on your creations for lunch before we head back to Angkor to visit some more temples. At the end of the day relax and sit atop one of the temples, such as Pre Rup, and watch in wonder at the amazing sunset over Angkor Archaeological Park. Head back to the hotel where you are free to freshen up and spend the rest of the evening however you wish.

Take a light breakfast at the hotel this morning before we embark on a market tour to buy some fresh ingredients for a hands-on cooking class. During the class you will learn to make some delicious dishes such as Banana Flower Salad, Fresh Spring Rolls and Sticky Rice with Mango. At the end of the class you get to feast on your creations for lunch. The afternoon will be spent back in Angkor to visit some more amazing temples. At the end of the day relax and sit atop one of the temples, such as Pre Rup, and watch in wonder at the beautiful sunset over Angkor Archaeological Park.

After the sun has set we head back to the hotel where you are free to freshen up and spend the rest of the evening however you wish or try one of the following suggestions. Phare Cambodian Circus combines theater, story, dance, high-energy music and circus arts starting at 8 pm every night. They also have a cafe serving light meals if you wanted to eat there before the show. Or for something a little more cultural you could take in dinner and a show at Aspara Terrace, watching traditional Khmer Aspara dancing. Think about booking ahead, especially for the circus as they often book out.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Included Activities

  • Market Tour
  • Cooking Class
  • Temple Tour & Sunset

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch

Optional Activities

  • Phare Cambodian Circus US$10 - $18
  • Aspara Dance Dinner & Show US$25

 

Day 9 - Siem Reap

Highlights

After breakfast, travel to the incredible Tonle Sap Lake and see how locals live in floating villages. On the way, visit a nearby village to see agricultural activities such as duck farming, prahok (fish paste) making, and harvesting of crickets and locusts. After trying some locally made Khmer snacks, board a boat for a fascinating trip on Tonle Sap.  See how everyday life exists here and how locals live in stilted and floating houses. Learn about the water-based agriculture they use to make a living here, most notably fishing. Return to Siem Reap where the rest of the afternoon is free to do your own thing before a cocktail making class at 6pm followed by a delicious Cambodian BBQ dinner.

After breakfast this morning in the hotel, we travel to the incredible Tonle Sap Lake and see how locals live in floating villages. On the way, visit a nearby village to see some agricultural activities, such as duck farming, prahok (fish paste) making, and harvesting of crickets and locusts. You may like to crunch on some tasty deep fried crickets or try some other, less unfamiliar, locally made Khmer snacks. Afterwards, we board a boat for a fascinating trip on Tonle Sap. A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the lake is one of the most productive in the world and is home to many species of fish and waterbirds. See how everyday life exists here and how locals live in stilted and floating houses on top of this immense lake. Learn about the water-based agriculture locals use to make a living here, most notably fishing, and many earn as little as $1.50 a day.

After the tour of Tonle Sap, return to Siem Reap where the rest of the afternoon is free for you to explore, shop or rest or maybe take the zip lining tour in Angkor, while you have the pass available. Your Angkor Archaeological Park 3 day pass is still valid, so you can also do some more temple hopping, or perhaps meditate at one of your favorite temples. Tonight, take part in a cocktail making class, infusing Khmer herbs and spices into delicious drinks. This fun class takes place at the only traditional Khmer house remaining in the old market district. Following the cocktail class, we make our way to a delicious Cambodian BBQ restaurant for dinner. After a satisfying meal, you may like to make the most of your last night in Siem Reap and sample some more nightlife before we leave for Phnom Penh tomorrow morning.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Included Activities

  • Tonle Sap Lake Tour
  • Cocktail Making Class

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Optional Activities

  • Angkor Archealogoical Park
  • Angkor Zip Line US$59 - $99

Day 10 - Siem Reap / Phnom Penh

Highlights

This morning we say goodbye to Siem Reap and travel by minivan to the Capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh (~5 hours). Buses here are quite comfortable and are air-conditioned which makes the long journey more pleasant. After arriving in Phnom Penh you will have time to settle into your hotel before we head to the Kingdom Breweries, a craft beer brewery, to tour the facility followed by a tasting in their bar, The Taproom. Afterwards, we will dine at a Social Enterprise Restaurant which helps former street kids, marginalised youth, their families and communities.

This morning after an early breakfast we say goodbye to Siem Reap and travel by minivan to the Capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh (~5 hours). Buses here are quite comfortable and are air-conditioned which makes the long journey more pleasant, with comfort and lunch stops along the way. After arriving in Phnom Penh you will have time to settle into your hotel before we head to the Kingdom Breweries, a craft beer brewery, to tour the facility followed by a tasting in their bar, The Taproom. Afterwards, we will dine at a Social Enterprise Restaurant which helps former street kids, marginalised youth, their families and communities.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Included Activities

  • Brewery Tour & Tasting
  • Dinner @ Social Enterprise Restaurant

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Optional Activities

Day 11 - Phnom Penh / Kampot

Highlights

This morning we learn about Cambodia's dark past with a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Killing Fields. In the 1970's Pot Pot and his Khmer Rouge committed atrocities against their own people. While theses events were tragic it is a huge part of Cambodia's history and the memorial at Choeung Ek Killing Fields pays tribute to those who died. After a somber morning, we head off to Kampot, world famous for its amazing pepper. Take a cruise on the Preaek Tuek Chhu River and see an amazing sunset and, if you are lucky, a beautiful show put on by fireflies. The boat will drop us to our dinner destination where you will enjoy a meal highlighting  Kampot Pepper.

This morning we learn about Cambodia's dark past with a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Killing Fields. In the 1970's Pot Pot and his Khmer Rouge committed atrocities against their own people, torturing and killing millions. While theses events were tragic it is a huge part of Cambodia's history and the memorial at Choeung Ek Killing Fields pays tribute to those who died.

After a somber morning we head off to Kampot, world famous for its amazing pepper. Take a cruise on the Preaek Tuek Chhu River and see an amazing sunset and, if you are lucky, a beautiful show put on by fireflies. The boat will drop us to our dinner destination where you will enjoy a meal highlighting Kampot Pepper.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Included Activities

  • Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
  • Choeung Ek Killing Fields
  • Sunset Cruise & Seafood BBQ

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Optional Activities

Day 12 - Kampot / Kep

Highlights

Take a light breakfast this morning before we head to the pretty seaside town of Kep. Visit the famous Crab Market and see fresh crab brought in straight from the ocean and sold to restaurants and tourists. Feel free to try some seafood which will be cooked right in front of you, but be sure to leave room for lunch. Check out some of Kep's decaying mid-20th-century mansions now relics from the town's 1960's heyday. Take a wander around the delightful shoreline and relax on Kep beach before chowing down on Kampot Pepper Crab and other delicacies for lunch. After lunch, return to Kampot where the afternoon and evening are yours to explore this quaint town.

Take a light breakfast this morning before we head to the pretty seaside town of Kep, a short 30 minute drive away. Visit the famous Crab Market and see fresh crab brought in straight from the ocean and sold to restaurants and tourists. Feel free to try some seafood which will be cooked right in front of you, but be sure to leave room for a delicious lunch at one of the many restaurant shacks built out on the water here. Take a walk around town and check out some of Kep's decaying mid-20th-century mansions now relics from the town's 1960's heyday. You can also take a wander around the delightful shoreline and relax on Kep Beach before chowing down on Kampot Pepper Crab and other delicacies for lunch. Kampot is world famous for its pepper and a visit to a pepper farm is planned for tomorrow.

After lunch, return to Kampot where the afternoon and evening are yours to explore this quaint town. A tour of Bokor Hill Station can be organised, or, you can explore it on your own. Bokor Hill was established by the French in the 1920's and boasts some lovely old dilapidated buildings from the era and the most amazing views of Kampot, Kep and the ocean. You could also take a bicycle tour and experience Kampot's natural beauty visiting some of the town's most beautiful spots around the river and surrounding villages. For dinner tonight ask for some suggestions of places to eat or take matters into your own hands and make your own food adventure.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Included Activities

  • Kep Visit
  • Crab Market
  • Kampot Pepper Crab Lunch

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch

Optional Activities

  • Bokor Hill Station
  • Kampot Bicycle Tour US$19

Day 13 - Kampot - Phnom Penh

Highlights

Before we say goodbye to Kampot today we take a tour of the surrounding area to see some of Kampot’s stunning rice fields and a visit a salt farm. Next, learn about different varieties of pepper at an organic pepper farm plantation followed by a visit to the Secret Lake where you can relax and take a swim. Before heading back to Phnom Penh we make a stop at historical Phnom Chhnork, a magical cave complete with its own temple inside. You will have plenty of time to relax once we arrive back to Phnom Penh and get ready for a farewell sunset river cruise with a BBQ dinner tonight.

Before we say goodbye to Kampot today we take a tour of the surrounding area to see some of Kampot’s stunning rice fields and a visit a salt farm. Next, learn about different varieties of pepper at an organic pepper farm plantation followed by a visit to the Secret Lake where you can relax and take a swim. Before heading back to Phnom Penh we make a stop at historical Phnom Chhnork, a magical cave complete with its own temple inside. You will have plenty of time to relax once we arrive back to Phnom Penh and to get ready for a farewell group dinner tonight.

Accommodation

  • Hotel

Included Activities

  • Kampot Countryside Tour
  • Farewell Dinner

Meals Included

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Optional Activities

Day 14 - Phnom Penh

Highlights

Your Cambodian food adventure ends today after breakfast and you are free to depart at any time you wish as there are no activities planned for today. For those flying out of Phnom Penh today, arrangments can be made for transport to the airport if you require. If you are spending some more time here in the capital the Royal Palace and neighboring Silver Pagoda are worth a look. Check out the Central Market and the Russian Market for some retail therapy, or visit the National Museum with its wonderous collection of sculptures.

Your Cambodian food adventure ends today after breakfast and you are free to depart at any time you wish as there are no activities planned for today. For those flying out of Phnom Penh today, arrangments can be made for transport to the airport if you require. If you are spending some more time here in the capital the Royal Palace and neighboring Silver Pagoda are worth a look. Check out the Central Market and the Russian Market for some retail therapy, or visit the National Museum with its wonderous collection of sculptures.

Accommodation

Included Activities

Meals Included

  • Breakfast

Optional Activities

Stuff You Should Know

Inclusions

  • Accommodation 13 nights (11 hotel, 2 homestay)
  • Meals (29, as stated in itinerary)
  • Transportation on the ground (except airport transfers)
  • Entry to all included activities & tours
  • Cooking classes

 Exclusions

  • Airfares to and from Cambodia
  • Airport Transfers (can be arranged for additional fee)
  • Meals (9 where you make your own food adventure)
  • Beverages/Drinks (except those included in breakfast, cocktail class & Craft Beer Tour)
  • Tips, gratuities, and optional activities

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