-Professional-experienced tour guides from Cambodian Ministry of Tourism
-Tuk Tuk with experienced driver for Angkor Day Tours
-Khmer food Cooking Class
How to describe Cambodian cuisine? Answering that question probably won’t bean easy job, even for hardcore foodies. Cambodian cuisine is influenced by Chinese and Indian cuisines; it has a bit of Vietnamese and Thai character on some of its dishes, and also has, although vaguely, French influence.
In the past millennium, Cambodia has political links and invaded by its surrounding countries. Each one of its former invaders brought along their culinary traditions and ended up enriching the local culinary tradition.
To understand first hand about the secret of authentic Khmer culinary tradition, take half a day from temple climbing to learn Cambodian cooking in some of Siem Reap’s finest cooking schools.
All cooking schools are lead by trained chefs who are devoted to the authenticity of the divine Khmer culinary tradition. Walk with them to the traditional wet market and learn about the fresh ingredients, how to prepare and incorporate them in Khmer cooking.
Khmer cuisine is closely related to her neighboring country Vietnam Laos and Thailand,although it is not as spicy. Curries, stir tried vegetable, rice, noodles and soups are staples of the Khmer diet. Cambodia is well known in the region for its Prahok, a strong, fermented fish paste used in a variety of traditional dishes. Rice is the principal staple in Cambodia.
-Dirt Bike for remote Day Tours
-Cycling for Angkor Day Tours
Enjoy an oxcart ride to explore the countryside around Siem Reap and the Angkor temples with its unique markets, and traditional village's houses. Interact with the friendly locals before taking part to a traditional Khmer Monk's blessing ceremony.
AM:Bayon: Your elephant will greet you at the South Gate of Angkor Thom city and will transport you to the Bayon temple in a regal style.Duration: 30 minutes. Time: from 7:30 AM to 10 AM.
PM:Phnom Bakhen:To watch a splendid sunset over Angkor Wat from the ruins of Bakheng temple.
Your elephant will climb the steep slope of the Phnom Bakheng hill to the top, from where you will marvel at the silhouette of Angkor Wat glowing orange and red.
Sunset is at around 6 PM. It takes about 15 minutes for the elephant ride each way.
-Hot Air balloon ride
-Angkor Smiling Show with Buffet dinner
-Cambodian Cultural Village
-Apsara Dance Show with Buffet Dinner
-Puppet Dance Show with dinner
-Air/Boat/Taxi/Bus ticket booking
-Charity at Orphanage
-Angkor Wat International Half Marathon in every December
-Photographing during special events such as Buddha’s Birthday, Khmer New Year, Water/Rice/ Moon Festivals, Phchum Ben Ceremony,...
-Rental Real Estates such as Land/Hotels/Guesthouses/Flats/Villas/Houses
-Agricultural products such as cassavas, rice, black pepper, palm sugar, water hyacinths madden hammocks/baskets, scarves, handbags, saucers, silk, coconut shell or sugar palm madden products , the other hand madden traditional souvenirs,....