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07 Days - Best of Cambodia

07 Days - Best of Cambodia

07 Days covering the best of Cambodia

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Tour Highlights


Phnom Penh

  • Phnom Penh City Tour

  • Banteay Srei

  • Banteay Samre

  • Silver Pagoda

  • Royal Palace

  • National Museum



  • Siem Reap City

  • Tour Angkor Thom & Angkor Wat

  • Pre Rup Temple

  • To Prohm Remple

  • Preah Khan

  • Psar Chars

  • Wat Bo

  • Wat Thmie

Price Includes


  • 6 night's accommodation in a 5 Star Hotel with Breakfast

  • Meals as mentioned in the Itinerary

  • All entrance fees and sightseeing/boat trip as mentioned in the Itinerary

  • Private transportation by vehicle with AC

  • Bottle of water during the city tour days

  • Local English speaking guide


Price does not include


  • Visa fees and stamping fees for Cambodia ($25 payable at airport)

  • International and domestic flights

  • Festive surcharge & cumpulsory festive service charges by hotels and services

  • Tips & service charges


Hotels (or similar)



3 Star

4 Star

5 Star

Siem Reap

Sokha Roth (Deluxe)

Green Palace Hotel (Deluxe)

Angkor Miracle Resort (Deluxe)

Phnom Penh

Cardamom Hotel (Superior)

Somadevi Angkor (Superior)

Sokha Phnompenh (Deluxe)



Day 1

Welcome to Phnom Penh - the city retains its traditional Khmer and colonial styles with French villas and large tree-line sidewalk. On arrival, pick up by our guide and driver at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Standard hotel check in time is 14h00, early check in depends on room availability.
This afternoon, we visit the impressive colorful Khmer-style royal palace complex build in 1866 by the Predecessors of King Norodom. Nearby is Silver pagoda (the emerald Buddha temple), where contain plenty of Buddha Statues decorated and made by gold, diamond, gemstone and silver. We stop at Independence monument and pass through the river-front park where 4 rivers met at a junction include mystical Mekong. Walk up to sacred hill Phnom Daun Penh - also the name of a pagoda and name of the capital nowadays. Last visit Central Market, a large market constructed in 1937 in the shape of a dome with four arms branching out into vast hallways with countless stalls of goods. Initial design and layouts are from French architect Louis Chauchon. Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Note: standard check in is 14:00. Early check in is subject to availability.

Day 2

After breakfast, we visit the Silk Islands Region at Koh Okhna Tey and Koh Dach, more rural "Silk Weaving Island" there is a small village where silk weaving is their mainstay and there is a loom at every house and visit Old house. On the way, we will see the Floating Village, Floating Houses at Mekong River, Pagoda and we will pass the ferry of Svay Chom. Return to have a Sunset in front of Royal Palace at the Four Rivers. This afternoon, we visit Tuol Sleng prison now is Genocide Museum, the most secret part of the Khmer Rouge regime. It's also called S-21 (abbreviated for Security Office 21), a Khmer Rouge's premier security camp, specifically designed for the interrogation and extermination of anti-Angkor elements. Leave the relics of the bad history of Cambodia we will visit Russian market, enjoy the bustling daily activities of the locals. Overnight in Phnom Penh.


Day 3

After breakfast and check out hotel, we transfer to Siem Reap. With stop on the way at Skuon town to see (or even try) sautéed spiders, a local unique food. Lunch at Prek Pros restaurant (own expense) before we depart to visit Sambor Prei Kuk. Cambodia's most impressive group of pre-Angkorian monuments, Sambor Prei Kuk encompasses more than 100 mainly brick temples huddled in the forest, among them some of the oldest structures in the country. Originally called Isanapura, it served as the capital of Upper Chenla during the reign of the early 7th-century King Isanavarman and continued to serve as an important learning centre during the Angkorian era. We continue our drive to through villages and rice fields dotted with palm sugar and Khmer houses. Our last stop is at Kampong Kdei to visit a beautiful ancient archaeological bridge of Angkor period "Naga Bridge". Arrival Siem Reap, check in hotel and relax. Overnight in Siem Reap.


Day 4

After breakfast, we explore South Gate of Angkor Thom known as Big Angkor, 3km2 walled and moated royal city and was the last capital of the Angkorian Empire, The famous Bayon Temple was an architectural muddle, in part because it was constructed in a somewhat piecemeal fashion for over a century. Terrace of the Elephants is an impressive, two and a half meter tall, 300 meter long terrace wall adorned with carved elephants and gradual that spans the heart of Angkor Thom in front of Baphuon - huge temple mountain in the heart of Angkor Thom, Royal Palace Area and Phimeanakas - impressive rite and sandstone pyramid. Terrace of the Leper King is at the north end of the Terrace of the Elephants, a double terrace wall with deeply carved nag as, demons and other mythological beings.
This afternoon we visit Angkor Wat temple, the Cambodia's ancient temple is one of the wonders of the oriental world. Masterpieces of decorative details as well as of architectural style, its awe-inspiring ruins survive as testament to the spectacular achievements of Southeast Asia's greatest civilization. It is a replica of the universe according to the Hindu mythology. It is composed by the Mount Meru, surrounded by the continents and the oceans. Its extraordinary bas-reliefs, describe some Khmer epics and myths. Angkor Wat's five famous towers rise into the sky, a geometrical arrangement of numerous galleries, adorned with beliefs and the stone images of celestial Apsara dancers, as well as portals, chambers and courtyards. Overnight in Seam Reap.


Day 5

After breakfast, we visit other highlights of Small Circuit including: Ta Prohm temple which is a wonderful combination of human genius and natural beauty! Giant trees have grown here for centuries! Prasat Kravan was originally constructed by noblemen rather than a king. Banteay Kdei was built in sandstone, which has deteriorated quite badly. However, there remain some very beautiful lintels and pediments. Srah Srang is a royal pool was the King's bathing pond, where he washed with his many concubines each day. Takeo - King Suryavarman I commissioned this temple in the 10th Century, but it was never completed so has no elaborate decoration like its contemporaries. It is a pyramid on 5 levels and is dedicated to Shiva. Thommanon - small attractive temple in very good condition, built at the same time as Angkor Wat. Chau Say Tevoda built during the second quarter of the 12th century opposite of Thommanon, it was dedicated to Shiva and Vishnu.
This afternoon, we overland to visit the highlights of the Grand Circuit including: Preah Khan - meaning The Sacred Sword, this temple was also built by Jayawarman VII and is famous for its immensely long cruciform corridors and delicate carvings. Neak Pean - This temple is a delicate highlight of Khmer art. Built by Jayavarman VII, this temple is the perfect representation of the heavens on earth. Ta Som was a small classic Bayon style monastic complex consisting of a relatively flat enclosure. East Mebon was built in the 10th Century by Rajendravarman; this temple was situated on a small island in the middle of the Oriental, or Eastern, Baray. Last visit Pre Rup was built in the 10th Century by Rajendravarman and view lovely sunset there. Overnight in Seam Reap.


Day 6

After breakfast, we visit Banteay Srei, loosely translates to "citadel of the women, but this is a modern appellation that probably refers to the delicate beauty of the carvings. Continue to visit Banteay Samre - large, comparatively flat temple displaying distinctively Angkor style architecture and artistry. Continue to Kbal Spean with stop en route to visit Pradak village to see the simple natural way of local people are producing palm sugar from palm juice (Toek Tnot in Khmer). Kbal Spean was the refuge of 11th - 13th century religious hermits and over the centuries they carved lingas stands, animals and sacral friezes into the surrounding rocks and riverbeds. Today, a well-marked path leads up the forested hillside to the central area that contains most of the carvings. The walk takes about 45 minutes. Visitors are rewarded for their effort by a stunning waterfall and rock pools in which to bathe and cool off. Return to Seam Reap in the late afternoon. Overnight in Seam Reap.


Day 7

After breakfast, at leisure until check out hotel (standard check out time 12h00) and transfer to the airport for our onward flight. On the way if time permits, we visit Puok, the real and original place of the Artisans d'Angkor silk, where we see the full process of silk producing, from the silk worms munch on the Mulberry leaves to spin their cocoons which used to make silk warp. We of course will see the weaving work and purchase the high quality silk products as a beautiful Cambodia souvenir. Continue to Siem Reap Airport for our departure flight




Prices in USD


Tour Code: CAMB7

Departure Dates



(2 - 11 Years)


Any Date Travel




Price per person based on 2/3 adults sharing a room

Child 2 - 11 years must share a room with 2/3 adults

Infants 0 - 23 months price is $165 for a seat in coach only

Max occupancy per room is 3 person (excluding infants )

$165 reduction will apply for 2nd child without a bed


Tour Options


This tour can be customised by choosing your own Star category of Hotel. The tour prices are for a 5 Star hotel, if you want to travel on a budget, have a look at our options below:


Hotel Category



(2 - 11 Years)



3 Star Hotel









4 Star Hotel









Price per person based on 2/3 adults sharing a room

Child 2 - 11 years must share a room with 2/3 adults

Infants 0 - 23 months price is for a seat in coach only

Max occupancy per room is 3 person (excluding infants )

£110 ($130) reduction will apply for 2nd child without a bed



Country Details





Visa Requirements

Time Zone


Country Code


Phnom Penh

Riel (KHR)

Check with embassy

UTC + 7

100 - 127V





Cambodia's climate is dominated by monsoons, which are known as tropical wet and dry because of the distinctly marked seasonal differences. Temperatures range from 21 to 35 °C (69.8 to 95.0 °F) and experiences tropical monsoons. The northeast monsoon ushers in the dry season, which lasts from November to April. The country experiences the heaviest precipitation from September to October with the driest period occurring from January to February.

Cambodia has two distinct seasons. The rainy season, which runs from May to October, and the dry season lasts from November to April. Temperatures remain relatively warm throughout the year.




Please check you baggage restrictions with your airline.


Passengers’ will have to carry their luggage to and from the coach to the hotel room. You can also carry one piece of small hand luggage, which can fit under their seat. It is advisable for one passenger to carry a small and bag or backpack between their group in which they can carry essentials like water, tissues, cameras etc.



Clothing & Accessories


During summer months, it is advisable to wear light garments and perhaps keep a light jacket or sweater handy. It is advisable to carry a light waterproof jacket or umbrella, as well as a hat or cap.


Passengers should also carry suitable footwear as per the itinerary of the tour e.g. comfortable trainers for a tour.


Passengers should also carry travel adapters so they can charge their electronic items in their hotel room (as the sockets in Cambodia vary from those in the UK).


Passengers may also want to carry a small travel iron, hair dryer, kettle etc., as many hotel rooms will not have these facilities.

Your mobile phone may be able to receive calls whilst on holiday, you can check with your network operator to switch on the roaming feature of your mobile, there is usually an additional charge to receive incoming calls whilst aboard.

Please ensure you carry all medication you will need on tour as well as names and doses of medications you are taking or copies of prescriptions.




The Cambodian riel (KHR) and US dollar (USD) are interchangeable currencies in Cambodia. It is advisable to carry local currency with you. Torn or old currency notes - both dollars and riel - may be difficult to use. If someone removes the bill from your sight, returns and claims they "can't make change," check your bill carefully to make sure it's the same note.


It's advisable to spend or donate all of your riel before leaving Cambodia as riel only have value outside Cambodia as souvenirs. No one will exchange them.

Cambodian ATMs are generally compatible with Maestro, Cirrus, Plus, and VISA cards. Cash advances on credit cards may also be possible. Foreigners are often surprised to discover that most ATMs only dispense US dollars in varying denominations from USD10 to USD100 - though if you're determined, you might be able to find some that are loaded with both currencies.


ATMs generally charge a fee of around USD$5 per withdrawal. As of December 2014, there aren't any known fee-free ATMs left in Phnom Penh.

VISA and JCB are the most widely accepted credit cards; MasterCard and American Express cards are slowly becoming more widely accepted. Note that many places, especially budget restaurants and accommodation, do not accept credit cards.


Traveller's cheques, like credit cards, are accepted in major business establishments, such as large hotels, some restaurants, travel agencies and some souvenir shops; American Express (in USD) are the most widely accepted.


Children & Young Infants


Car seats are not provided on coaches but passengers should carry car seats with travelling infants for comfort and safety.


It is the passengers’ responsibility to make sure of necessary arrangements for any children in their group. Milk and baby food cannot be provided by the hotel or restaurants and passengers are advised to carry ready to drink milk whilst on tour. Dry food is allowed on the so please feel free to bring snacks for children.


Please also note that not all hotels provide a kettle so if hot water is required for warming milk etc in the hotel then it is advisable to carry a bottle warmer / kettle as well as a thermos flask.


Pushchairs can be kept in the baggage lockers of the coach, although size restrictions may apply. We recommend that you consider using a pushchair for younger children.




We will accept light weight manual wheelchairs for travel, subject to them being capable of being stowed in the luggage hold of the coach.  It is also essential that a family member is also on the tour to push their wheelchair. Star Tour’s will also request hotels for suitably equipped rooms; however, this is only on a request basis and cannot be guaranteed.


Tour Managers


Local guides accompany our tours throughout the itinerary, on rare occasions the Tour rep may not meet passengers at their dedicated pick up point but at a later stage, the driver will be there to take care of any of the passengers’ needs.


Your tour manager will accompany you to the sights, and be there to answer any questions you may have, and provide advice and assistance. If you have, any concerns please feel free to ask your tour rep whilst on tour. The tour manager and Tour guides will conduct the tours in English.





All hotels have a minimum, 5* star category (unless opting for 3/4 Star). Facilities will include en-suite bathroom, a TV and telephone. Some also include bars, restaurants and 24-hour reception. If you use services such as the phone or mini bar, or pay TV whilst in your room, you will have to pay the hotel directly when you check out; these services are not included in your tour cost.


Rooming Configuration


Most of the hotels Star Tours use can only accommodate a maximum of three people in each room however if you are a family of four, i.e. two adults and two children, then your first child will be given an extra bed but the second child will be required to share the bed as no extra bed can be provided. The fourth bed is on request and is not guaranteed.


Travel Insurance


Star Tours strongly recommends you purchase travel insurance. Passengers are advised not to carry unnecessary valuables and to be vigilant at all times as tourist spots are well known targets for pick pockets. It is advisable to make copies of your visas and passports prior to travel.




Breakfast will be provided at the hotels. The breakfast is usually in a separate dining area of the hotel, and is usually an extended continental breakfast; it will include tea, coffee, breads, cereals, fruit



Cancellation of your Tour


Please note that if you for any reason need to cancel you tour, please let us know as soon as possible, this will help reduce the amount of cancelation charges you may have to pay. Cancelation charges will be as per the terms and conditions which you can find on our website or brochure.


Foreign Office Travel Advice & Info


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