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CAMBODIA, PHNOM PENH Phnom Penh's Past 39.00 EUR The day starts by learning about the tragic and fascinating recent history of Cambodia. See the location where journalists camped out in 1975 on the eve of the Khmer Rouge takeover, and the ghostly building that has been left burnt-out and bullet-holed as it stood after the war. Confront Cambodia's tragic past, on a guided tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, a former school which served as a Khmer Rouge torture centre. Then head out of the city to the Choueng Ek Memorial, where a pagoda made up of some 8,000 human skulls marks the site of the infamous Killing Fields. Finish by sampling some interesting Khmer snacks and exploring how this recent history and politics continue to affect the lives of average Cambodians. Mekong Sunset 41.00 EUR On local moto-remork (Cambodia tuk tuk), you will explore local Cambodian life on a sunset island visit and boat cruise. Head out of town on the Japanese Friendship Bridge which was blown up during fighting in 1975 and reconstructed in 1993. Catch a vehicle ferry across the Mekong River to Mekong Island, famous for silk weaving, agriculture and aquaculture. See the silk weavers at work in the village. Explore a Buddhist temple and experience the simple lifestyle of the local people. See rice fields, morning glory and fruits. Enjoy local snacks and wander around the small product market. Visit the Vietnamese village and see the fishing boats, floating fish farms and Catholic Church. Enjoy sunset from the water at the junction of the Tonle Bassac, Tonle Sap, and the Mekong Rivers. See the architecture of Cambodia such as Wat Ounalom, the Royal Palace, and the Silver Pagoda. Phnom Penh Discovery 59.00 EUR Explore Phnom Penh, a chaotic, energetic and fascinating city. Graceful tree-lined boulevards and riverfront promenades are reminders of bygone eras; today they teem with activity. Motorcycles weave in and out of traffic, vendors hawk their wares, and drivers call for business. Take a cyclo tour of the impressive French Khmer colonial buildings of Phnom Penh. Spot monkeys, have your fortune told and perhaps feed Sambo the elephant at Wat Phnom. Explore Central Market located in a distinctive domed Art Deco building. Hear about Cambodia's connection with France and Vietnam at the Independence Monument, and the Cambodia/Vietnam friendship monument. Enjoy traditional Khmer delicacies for lunch at a not for profit organization set up to assist Cambodia's street children before heading out to explore again. Shop at the sprawling Russian Market, a labyrinth of stalls selling everything from CDs and DVDs to silks, crafts, jewelry. CAMBODIA, SIEM REAP Angkor Gondola Boat Ride 31.00 EUR Looking for a relaxing activity after a long day touring Angkor Wat or Siem Reap town? How about an Angkor Gondola boat tour as an evening alternative. Angkor Gondola is a unique Khmer traditional boat service located by the South Gate of Angkor Thom on a small baray, a type of reservoir typical of ancient Khmer water management. Enjoy gliding gently along, as the sun sets over the gate of Angkor Thom. There is a break in the tour to visit a small cave, and there will also be a bit of trekking up to the top of the gate to the historical ruins of Prasart Chrung, and here is also the sunset viewpoint where the rest of the trip can be enjoyed just chilling out before returning to the boat and your accommodation in Siem Reap. Tonle Sap Secrets 33.00 EUR Leaving Siem Reap by remork - the Cambodian version of the tuk-tuk and travel through the countryside to the Tonle Sap. In the wet season, this lake swells to 12,000 square kilometres. During the drier season it can shrink to as small as 2500 square kilometres. Each year millions of fish come to spawn in the seasonally flooded forest surrounding the lake, attracting a myriad of water birds as well as people, who have settled in villages along the shores and who live with the rhythm of the water. This ecosystem was classified as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1997. Take a boat trip to see floating villages and get a taste of life ruled by monsoon rains and water-based agriculture. Afterwards jump back on the remork to return to Siem Reap. Take the back roads back to town seeing a duck farm, a Khmer fish paste factory and seasonal rice planting and harvesting. Stop at a local village to pick up Khmer snacks and explore. Visit a Buddhist monastery before heading home. Full Day Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat 37.00 EUR Your local guide will be ready to meet you in the hotel lobby to begin this full day tour of the Angkor complex. The tour will include a visit of Angkor Thom, royal capital of prolific builder Jayavarman VII, dating from the late twelfth century. Most striking of the monuments is the Bayon, a mountain of face-towers, said to be the likeness of the king himself, viewing his realm in all directions. Outside of Angkor Thom, view the remains of Ta Prohm which has been left as it was rediscovered, entwined by strangler-figs. In the afternoon visit the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat, state-temple of Suriyavarman II, from the early 12th century and the largest religious monument on earth. A late afternoon view may be taken from the Phnom Bakeng. Half Day Cultural Village 40.00 EUR The Cambodian Cultural Village opened to the public in September 24, 2003, with a total area of 210,000 square metres. The site holds a collection of miniatures of famous historical buildings and structures, and illustrates local customs and practices of all races present in Cambodia. There are 11 unique villages, which represent different culture heritages and characteristics of 19 multi races. At each village, the tourists will be able to enjoy the excellent wood houses, carving, soft skill in stone, traditional performances in different styles such as Apsara Dancing, performance of ethnic minorities from Northeast of Cambodia, traditional wedding ceremony, circus, popular games, peacock dancing, acrobatics, elephants shows, boxing, and more... Smile of Angkor Show 40.00 EUR Discover the legendary dynasty of a millenium ago through the 'Smile of Angkor' extravaganza, the number one epic performance in Cambodia. It is the first grand epic show that revives the Angkor dynasty in all its aspects. From foundation to prosperity, folktales and customs, past to present, the show expresses the original culture with the highest technology. The show features all the myths from the reliefs of Angkorian temples, upon its grand stage and brightest stars. It is also a splendid performance, guided by the experts of the Cambodia Culture and Fine Arts Ministry and the direction team of the closing Ceremony of 2008 Olympic Games. An extraordinary show that will take you on a journey back to the days of old Angkor, the show not to be missed when you are in Siem Reap. Half Day Tonle Sap Lake 47.00 EUR Take a boat trip on the Tonle Sap, Cambodia's unique 'Great Lake'. During the dry months the lake may be around 2500 square kilometres in size. But in the rainy season, when the mighty Mekong River is swollen with snow melt from its icy origin in Tibet, the force of the water rushing through Phnom Penh causes the adjoining Tonle Sap River to reverse its flow, spilling into the lake some 100 kilometres north-west and quadrupling its size in a good year. A bumper crop of freshwater fish results making the lake a most important source of nutrition for all Cambodians. Nature also feasts on this bounty, the mangroves hosting over 100 species of waterbirds, along with otter, macaques and the odd crocodile. Visit Chong Khneas village supporting a community of Khmer and Vietnamese inhabitants. The village consists of dwellings anchored to the lake bed, with a floating school, police station, and shops Angkor Adventure 68.50 EUR The tour commences with a visit to the magnificent Angkor Wat, amongst the largest religious edifices in world. Move on to Angkor Thom visiting Bayon with its 54 towers decorated with more than 200 enigmatic smiling faces, Phimeanakas, Baphoun, Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King. Round off the morning with a stop at the photogenic South Gate of Angkor Thom where the gods and demons line up in a cosmic tug-of-war. Lunch is Khmer style in a village surrounded by rice paddies. Enjoy a spread of great local food followed by a nap lazing in a hammock, or explore the village to see the traditional way of life and play with the families there. After lunch visit the beautiful Ta Prohm temple. Feel like one of the early explorers as you visit this temple which has been left to be reclaimed by the jungle. If time permits finish the day climbing one of the oldest buildings in the Angkor complex, the brick temple of Pre Rup. Active Angkor 68.50 EUR Take a bike ride through the countryside to visit the Rolous group of temples. On the way pass small villages with lots of friendly children. Stop to watch seasonal activities like rice planting and harvesting, and try local snacks. Or try your hand at traditional games like Khmer football. Explore the Rolous Group of temples which represent the remains of the first major capital of the Khmer empire, and are the earliest site of the 600 year Angkor period that is open to visitors. Bakong was constructed in 881 and is the principle temple. Lolei is a four towered temple built in the centre of what is now a dry water reservoir. Visit a not-for-profit organization which supports disadvantaged youth in the area and teaches them the traditional art of shadow-puppet making and watch a show. Eat a delicious Khmer lunch and have a rest in a hammock before cycling back to Siem Reap. Total distance cycled around 35 - 40 km. Buffalo / Ox Carts and Floating Village 74.50 EUR Leaving Siem Reap by conventional means of transport, drive into Banteay Meanchey province along a route dotted with sugar palms. After a while the van will be exchanged for an ox or buffalo cart, a rural means of transport still in favour in the Cambodian countryside. On completing the short tour, continue by van for the great Tonle Sap Lake. During the dry months the lake may be around 2500 square kilometres in size. But in the rainy season with water flowing in from Tonle Sap River it can quadruple in size. Visit Meak Chrey floating village, one of several communities that can be found dotted about the lake, occasionally left high and dry when the water level is low, and stop over at a pagoda built on it's own island. Further exploration enters a sunken forest that is home to many species of wildlife. Full Day City Tour Angkor 82.00 EUR Your local guide will be ready to meet you in the hotel lobby to begin this full day tour of the Angkor complex. The tour will include a visit of Angkor Thom, royal capital of prolific builder Jayavarman VII, dating from the late twelfth century. Most striking of the monuments is the Bayon, a mountain of face-towers, said to be the likeness of the king himself, viewing his realm in all directions. Outside of Angkor Thom, view the remains of Ta Prohm which has been left as it was rediscovered, entwined by strangler-figs. Lunch is taken at a local restaurant. In the afternoon visit the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat, state-temple of Suriyavarman II, from the early 12th century and the largest religious monument on earth. A late afternoon view may be taken from the Phnom Bakeng. Banteay Srei and the Grand Circuit 83.50 EUR In the morning visit Banteay Srei. Unlike the other temples built through royal patronage, Banteay Srei alone was privately built which is thought to be a reason for its modest scale. What it lacks in size it makes up for in decoration, almost all the surfaces covered in fine stone carvings. Before lunch visit well preserved Banteay Samre. In the afternoon continue to Neak Pean, a fountain built in the middle of a pool representing the paradisiacal Himalayan mountain lake. Preah Khan, built by the Buddhist King Jayavarman VII contrasts with the earlier Hindu structures. Also visit Ta Som, a small Buddhist temple dedicated to the father of King Jayavarman VII. Finally the East Mebon, a 10th Century temple from the reign of King Rajendravarman, standing on what was an artificial island at the centre of the now dry East Baray reservoir. Kampong Pluk and Artisans D'Angkor 84.50 EUR Kampong Phluk is a cluster of three villages of stilted houses built within the floodplain of the Tonle Sap about 16 kilometres southeast of Siem Reap. The villages are primarily Khmer and have about 3000 inhabitants between them. Flooded mangrove forest surrounds the area and is home to a variety of wildlife including crab-eating macaques. During the dry season when the lake is low, the buildings in the villages seem to soar atop their 6-metre stilts exposed by the lack of water. At this time of year many of the villagers move out onto the lake and build temporary stilted houses. Kampong Phluk's economy is based on fishing, primarily shrimp harvesting. Back in town, proceed to Artisans D' Angkor to observe highly skilled Khmers engaged in the art of carving wood and stone. The perfect opportunity to pick up an authentic Cambodian souvenir and support these commendable organizations. Kbal Spean and Banteay Srei 93.50 EUR Kbal Spean is a natural bridge over a river flowing on a hillside, requiring a hike of about 45 minutes from the base of the hill through jungle paths. Into the river bed many lingas have been sculpted, a symbol of the Hindu God Shiva. Other representations in this watery domain include depictions of a reclining Vishnu meditating on the chaos of the world. After a picnic lunch in this natural setting descend back to Banteay Srei. This modest sized temple is the only one privately sponsored and dates from 967 AD. The red sandstone surfaces are covered in exquisite stone carving and feature niches occupied by Apsara, the celestial nymphs much in evidence throughout Angkor. Though the scale is small compared to the sites built by royalty this compact temple represents a high point in Khmer classical art. Full Day Beng Mealea 99.50 EUR Beng Mealea lies some two hours drive from the main Angkor complex at Siem Reap, lost in the jungle. The journey passes through typical Khmer countryside via lively villages and along kilometres of rice paddies. Explore the long abandoned temple which is thought to date from the end of the 11th century, or the beginning of the 12th century. As with Ta Prohm, the remains of the one square kilometre site are overrun with vegetation. Strangler figs sprout through masonry, their talon-like roots grasping ancient walls. It is believed that this Hindu temple was constructed during the reign of Suryavarman II. Some experts consider that it may be a prototype for the for the more ambitious Angkor Wat, a place where skills were honed for that massive project. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the temple grounds before the afternoon return to Siem Reap. Full Day Phnom Kulen and Banteay Srei 114.00 EUR Phnom Kulen holds a special place in the minds of Khmers, as it is considered the birthplace of the Angkorian civilisation circa 802 AD. Hence this low massif to the north of Siem Reap is a place of pilgrimage for all Cambodians. Driving up through the national park, visit the river of 1000 lingas where these symbols of fertility have been carved into the sandstone bed. Also visit the 18th century temple of Preah Ang Thom featuring the largest reclining Buddha in the country. Take a picnic lunch beside a waterfall before descending to Banteay Srei. This red sandstone delight is markedly smaller than the other ruins, due it is said that it is the only temple not sponsored by royalty. But what its builder had to concede in size they managed to outdo in decoration. Fine carvings cover almost all surfaces at this little gem of Khmer art. Full Day Koh Ker Temple 140.50 EUR The capital of Jayavarman IV enjoys a remote location about 100 km to the north-east of the earliest Angkor settlement at Roluos. The city served as the centre of empire for a brief period between approximately 928 and 944. Despite this brevity the builders had been busy and the complex features many 'prasat' or towers built around a huge central 'baray' or reservoir. The most imposing of the remains is the Prasat Thom complex, featuring a 30 metre tall seven tiered pyramid structure. Much statuary from Koh Ker now resides in Phnom Penh's National Museum but what remains illustrates the Koh Ker style, enormity in size and showing dynamic movement - rare in other Angkor styles. Perhaps this presentation of power is a contributory factor to the theory that Jayavarman IV could have been a usurper, and Koh Ker a rival to Angkor. A picnic lunch is provided. Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary and National Silk Farm 176.50 EUR Depart by van for the great Tonle Sap Lake. During the dry months the lake may be around 2500 square kilometres in size. But in the rainy season with water flowing in from Tonle Sap River it can quadruple in size. Visit Meak Chrey floating village, one of several communities that can be found dotted about the lake, occasionally left high and dry when the water level is low, and stop over at a pagoda built on it's own island. Arrive at the Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary, a breeding spot for thousands of water birds both migratory and indigenous. Species present include pelicans, ibis storks and marabous. Returning to Siem Reap visit the National Silk Farm, a fascinating workshop where the entire silk creation process can be observed including growing the food for the silk worms (mulberry bushes), breeding, traditional ikat dying, pattern creation, and looming.
Data postarii ofertei: 05 Decembrie 2017