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Cambodia

Asia

Starting at $1,973 per person

  • Purposeful Itinerary

Cambodia will steal your heart and ignite your sense of discovery and adventure. Showing your children a real destination that looks like a computer-generated movie set for an Indiana Jones sequel will get their attention. The incredible history, culture, architecture, art and friendly people will make this journey one of your family’s favorites for years to come.

Each of our itineraries has unique offerings allowing for cultural engagement and community give-back. Here are some of the things that will make your trip to Cambodia special.

Age Related Activities

Children Under 12

Bicycling to Angkor Thom Your tour of the intriguing perfectly square, ancient walled city includes a stop at Baphuon Phimeanakas Temple, where kings once worshipped; the Royal Palace; and the Terrace of the Elephants.

Visit a workshop to experience the life of local performers as the young and talented artists from Phare rehearse their Cambodian Circus show.

Teen Itineraries

Treasure Hunt at Angkor Thom

Discover Angkor Thom – the Great City – in a family-friendly way with a specially designed Treasure Hunt.

Quad Biking (ATV) in the paddy fields Embark on an exploration of Siem, the ride traverses a 17km area of the captivating countryside surrounding Siem Reap as you follow an easy path to visit Wat Athwea Pagoda.

Adult Itineraries

Take in an Apsara Dance Show then spend the night at Banteay Ampeul temple, where a luxury tented camp awaits. Your retreat starts at nightfall with fresh towels and a perfectly concocted cocktail on arrival.

Killing Fields and Toul Sleng Museum

Flight of the Gibbon zip-lining

Key Itinerary Content

Travelers will complete a trip planning questionnaire that will allow Global CommUnity, working with their travel advisor, to fully customize their trip according to their family interests.

7-Day Itinerary

  • Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda
  • National Museum
  • Local market
  • Sunset on Tonle Sap River
  • Angkor Panorama Museum
  • South Gate and Bayon temple
  • Ta Prohm temple
  • The world famous heritage and UNESCO site of the Angkor temples, the "City of Temples" built to replicate the heavens on earth
  • Floating Village on the Tonle Sap Lake

Transfers, private guided tours and breakfast daily, other meals as mentioned

Pricing is based on 4 passengers, double occupancy

Four Star pricing begins at $1,973 per person
Five Star pricing begins at $2,847per person

3-DayExtension — Sihanoukville or Kep

Sihanoukville, also known as ‘Kampong Som’, is a coastal city in Cambodia and the capital city of Sihanoukville Province, located at the tip of an elevated peninsula in the country’s south-west at the Gulf of Thailand.

Kep is a coastal province in southern Cambo-dia, known for its seafood and tropical islands. The relaxed provincial capital of Kep, or Krong Kaeb, has wide streets with crumbling villas that recall its former glory as a French colonial resort town. Kep Beach has calm waters and a promenade with large statues, while vendors line the waterfront at the nearby crab market.

Transfers, private guided tours and breakfast daily, other meals as mentioned

Pricing is based on 4 passengers, double occupancy

Prices starting at Four star $583 per person

Travelers will complete a trip planning questionnaire that will allow Global CommUnity, working with their travel advisor, to fully customize their trip according to their family interests.

CommUnity Impact Opportunities

Srah Srang Primary School

Srah Srang Primary School is one of public schools located in the Angkor Archaeological Park. It
was built and open the doors to receive children in Srah Srang and the surrounding villages in 1998.
Currently, there are 14 teachers, 8 classes and 345 students from the kindergarten to sixth grade. To support and keep the school running smoothly, Global CommUnity partners in Cambodia has been physically and financially sponsored a library since 2013, in addition to support from the Royal Government of Cambodia. By taking this opportunity, you will have a chance to meet teachers and students and see how the
education system in Cambodia works nowadays.

Preparing for Cambodia

  • Children under 12 receive a new friend, Chaya, who comes with a story book telling what her life is like in Cambodia.
  • The whole family will receive recipes, books and movies preparing them for their trip to Cambodia.
  • While there is no minium age recommdation to visit Cambodia, to fully participate in the Cambodia itinerary it is recommended that travelers be at least 5 years of age.

 

  • High Season October-April
  • Low Season May-September
  • The best months of the year are April, May, June, September and October however anytime in between late March and mid November is great to visit. Some properties are seasonal and close for the winter. During Festive Season rates will be higher and there are compulsory gala dinners on Christmas and New Year's Eve.
  • When planning travel be aware that April and May are very hot (but good for beach) and September and October can be very wet. Avoid Chinese New Year (February – date varies year on year) and Khmer New Year (date varies year on year).

 

  • A valid passport and Visa is required to enter Cambodia.
  • Fast track & express visa service upon arrival at Phnom Penh & Siem Reap International Airport can be arranged and is recommended for families with small children.
  • The currency of Cambodia is the Riel

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