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1. Posted by TimeaTimea (Budding Member 11 posts) 5y

Anyone visiting Cambodia in Oct. Nov.?

2. Posted by Khaung (Budding Member 3 posts) 5y

I will reach to Siem Reap In Oct,

3. Posted by TimeaTimea (Budding Member 11 posts) 5y

how long are you staying for? what are you planning to visit, the obvious one is Angkor Wat, I am just reading about The Bird Sanctuary on Tonle Sap Lake and floating village Prek Toal

4. Posted by Pixie7 (Budding Member 2 posts) 5y

Hi,

Always wanted to go to Cambodia and this is the first year I had a chance to do it. I was going to to sign up for the late Oct - Nov dates for a total of 14 days with the company whose link is below. Unfortunately, they said that currently they don't have a minimum of 4 people to keep the Oct/Nov tour date. They did provided an option of customizing an itinerary for me; there would be a driver and guide. I'm considering this option but it sure would be great to have a companion. If any of the itinerary below sounds like something anyone would be interested here, please let me know and we can discuss further.

Thanks!

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[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

5. Posted by Pixie7 (Budding Member 2 posts) 5y

Hi,

I apologize for the link. I didn't realize adding the link can be misconstrued as promo.

This trip is cultural focused. Below are pretty much the highlights of areas covered. I have not gotten a chance to do an intensive research on some of locations yet but the info below will give you an idea. Do contact me for more info if anyone is interested - misnya at yahoo dot com. and yes, I'm specifically looking to go at the very end of Oct to Nov because of the Bonn Om Tuk Festival. It sounds like a cool festival to see.

Phnom Penh: Royal Palace, National Museum, genocide museum of Tuol Sleng, the Killing Fields, market

Siem Reap: Angkor Wat … Angkor Thom, Ta Phrom, a scenic short trek through the jungle to reach Banteay Srei.

BANTEAY CHHMAR: Trar Peangv, Thor lake, Khmer village life, exploring the jungle temple ruins. stay in a traditional family home stay and learn all about the rural life of host family.

Banteay Top, Battambang, Battambang countryside. Khmer Rouge history and cave, Cambodian cheese factory , visit an organization teaching children from local villages, cook a traditional Khmer dish, lesson with the kids, visit a NGO teaching circus skills to local youths.

Fishing village of Kampong Luong. boat trip through floating houses, markets and shops. Kampong Chhang, Khmer Rouge cave, pottery village clay pots.

Kampot, Oudong, village to learn about country life and their communal farming practices. Prek Tnout river, market, abandoned colonial seaside resort of Kep-Sur-Mer

I'm very open to other interesting sights also.

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