Cambodia Experience

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Highlights

Visit Angkor Wat

Trip Highlights

  • Explore the rich history and culture of this enchanting country
  • Visit the incredible world heritage site of Angkor Wat
  • Try your hand at volunteering in a local community
  • Party or relax at one of Asia's top beach destinations, Sihanoukville
  • Learn about the Khmer Rouge and the infamous regime of Pol Pot

Trip Summary

Discover Cambodia's troubled past as well as its bright future on this fascinating tour from the enthralling capital of Phnom Penh to the truly stunning temples of Angkor Wat.

As well as learning more about the tragic past of the Khmer Rouge period by visiting the Toul Sleng Museum and the Killing Fields you will also spend 5 days volunteering in Siem Reap teaching English, helping at a local kindergarten or getting your hands dirty on one of many community development projects– you will get involved in a variety of activities but above all you will be giving the children some much needed love and attention. 

For dates after February 2017 please see our Cambodia Discovery.

 

Interested and want to find out more? Download more trip information and detailed itinerary HERE!

Trip itinerary

Day 1: Arrive into Phnom Penh

You will be met at the airport by our in country coordinator and transferred Cambodian style, to your first guesthouse in the capital city of Phnom Penh. You’ll have time to unpack, settle in and wash the jet-lag away before an informal evening get-together in the guesthouses’ own bar where you can meet up with the other group members.

Day 2: Exploring Phnom Penh

Your first morning will begin with breakfast at the guesthouse before an in-depth chat about your trip, the country, your volunteering and anything else we can think of to really whet your appetite! We’ll teach you a few key Khmer words and phrases so that you don’t look too much like a newbie traveller and make sure you understand local customs, traditions, taboos and the culture. We’ll make sure you’re armed with everything you need to know so that you get the most out of your time in this amazing country.

After our little chat, we’re going to take you on a visit to somewhere very special and of great importance in recent world history. First we’ll head to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum for a tour of this ex-school converted into a prison. This isn’t as macabre as it all seems and is on every travellers ‘must-do’ list when visiting Cambodia. From there we will then head to Choeung Ek, better known as ‘The Killing Fields’ following the route that prisoners from Tuol Sleg would of taken, this is a destination where you will learn a lot about the recent genocide these people incredible had to endure. It’s estimated that around ¼ of Cambodia’s entire population were killed or buried here during the regime Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. After that a little light relief with some shopping at the famous ‘Russian Market’ in the heart of the city, here you can literally buy anything and everything at bargain basement prices

It's then back to the guesthouse to shower and change before heading up to the main evening entertainment area on the riverside. Here we'll enjoy a slap-up welcome meal and officially toast the start to of this epic trip over cold beers and traditional, delicious Khmer food. 

Day 3: History to Happenin’

We know that yesterday’s unbelievable tour will have left you fairly breathless, not to mention last nights ‘few’ beers by the riverside! So today we’ll take it easy and walk from our guesthouse to the stunning Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda. You’ll learn about the Khmer Royal Family and more about culture and customs. Located next to the Royal Palace is the excellent National Museum where you will find some artifacts that are 1000's of years old.

Once we’re all history’d out, it’s time to jump in a tuk tuk and head off to the Russian Market for some retail therapy. This market is great for grabbing some serious bargains and practicing your bartering skills. Here you’ll find some great copies and some authentic items too. A few of the major international high street brands have their products made in Cambodia so it’s not too difficult to find the genuine article at hugely discounted rates.

Day 4: Go Wild!

We don’t want to overload you with history and breathtaking awesomeness all in one go so today we’re letting you decide what you want to do. This is your first free day to choose your own activities. Sleep, hang around the guest house or get out and about and check out any of the other amazing places that Phnom Penh has to offer. Our team will be available to you all day so if you want any help, have any questions or need somebody to hang-out with, we’ve got you covered.

Day 5: Back to the Future!

It’s time to say goodbye to Phnom Penh, for now, as we take from the capital to the northern city of Siem Reap. Watch the stunning landscape of Cambodia change from a bustling city to the flat-as-a-pan farmlands of central Cambodia, to the quaint Siem Reap.

On arrival in Siem Reap we’ll transfer you to your guesthouse and give you time to unpack before we meet in reception to chat about the plan for next few days. The centre of the city, and the infamous Pub Street, are just a few minutes-walks from your front door so after we chat let’s getting out and explore.

Day 6: Smart Siem

Morning briefing to start the day. We’ll explain to you the differences between the north and the south of the country. We’ll give you the low-down on the incredible temple compound that’s just a stone’s throw away from where you’re sitting and run through your next few days itinerary in more detail. By now you’ll have a whole host of questions so please grill our team on what, when, where and how.

Once we’ve drank enough coffee and done enough talking it’s time to get out and about explore. Weather permitting this will be done by bicycle. The roads of Siem Reap are smooth and easy to navigate. There are no hills and the ride along the riverbank, that dissects the city, is as beautiful as any you’ll find in Europe. This is an easy bicycle ride so don’t worry about not being able to keep up. We’ll visit a host of interesting places, markets and most probably end up at Pub Street for a few ‘light’ refreshments before heading back to the guesthouse.

Day 7: Back to the Future….again? No, really!

ANGKOR WAT! This is it, the day that will most likely be the highlight for many and one of the Seven Wonders of the World! Some of these incredible temples date back over 1,200 years yet they still stand as a testimony to the years and years of intense labour, skill and craftsmanship that went in to creating them. We promise you that they will take your breath away! Your guide will explain the history of the area, the meaning behind the very intricate stone carvings, why they were left untouched during the Khmer Rouge genocide and the mystery of the Bayon smile.

We’ll spend all day at the Angkor Wat compound so bring your camera, your sunhat, suncream and maybe a spare t-shirt as it can get very hot. We’ll ascend the steps of the Sunset Temple in the early evening from where the view is incredible, some would say inspirational.

Day 8: Up To You, Up To You

We know you’ll be shattered after your experiences of yesterday so to help you out we’ve given you a day off! Siem Reap has heaps of interesting sights and places to visit. Barter with a tuk tuk driver to use his services for the day – you’ll pay around £9 – and choose from one or more of the many incredible places to visit. As always, our team will be around to offer suggestions, advice, hints or to answer any questions that you might have.

Day 9: An Ancient Reservoir 

Today we will take you on a journey through the Siem Reap countryside. Don't forget your swimming costume and suntan lotion as we chill by the 'beach-like' waters of a beautiful man made lake from the Angkor period.It begins with a gentle 6km bike ride to a place unknown to tourists. If you're not up for a swim, just chill out in one of the many hammock bars on the waters edge. Blissful relaxation before the work that is coming up in the following days. 

Day 10-13: A New Hope

Today we’ll be transferring you to the base of the Cambodian non-government organisations (NGO) who we support through our volunteering efforts. They are one of Cambodia’s largest and most successful NGOs thanks in part to the efforts of volunteers from around the world and the work undertaken by their own incredible team. You will receive an introduction to the NGO, listen to them explain about what they do and why and learn about how your efforts will make a difference. This NGO is responsible for the support, care and welfare of over 13,000 people from over 4,000 families living in the slums in the shadows of Angkor Wat itself.

As a volunteer here for the next 4 days we’re extremely lucky to be able to give you the choice to help teach English, work with the kindergarten kids or get your hands dirty on one of many community development projects taking place each and every day. All we ask is that you make your choice at the time of booking your place on this trip. If you feel that you have a particular skill that could be of use to these communities, please inform your Real Gap Experience advisor. Are you a computer whiz, do you have a musical ability, can you knit (!). Whatever skill you feel you have in abundance, please let us know as we may be able to put you to a particular use.

We'll lay on your transport from the NGO's base each day. On arrival at the base you'll head off to join your chose project under the caring guidance of the NGO's own team and staff and of course our own awesome team of guides. 

Because we know you’ll have worked extremely hard all morning, we’ve even thrown in lunch. BUT, this is no ordinary lunch, oh no! You’ll dine at the training restaurant owned and operated by the NGO. Here youngsters can learn culinary skills and hospitality skills on the NGOs own hospitality training course. The skills they develop can then be used to find employment in the larger hotels across Cambodia. This restaurant is a one of a kind here in Cambodia, entirely self-sustaining, offering free training and seriously tasty food.

After lunch it’s back to work before heading back to the guest house in the late afternoon to clean up and relax.

If you do not choose, we will assume you are up for getting your hands dirty and will be used as a development volunteer - Happy days!

At the end of your volunteer project we will celebrate with a pub crawl party! 

Please note; You will need to have a hard copy of your DBS Certificate with you in Cambodia in order to work with Children. Please contact us for further information. 

Day 14: Transfer to Battambang

After a potentially heavy night let’s wake up slow but not for too long as In the early afternoon we’ll be saying good bye to Siem Reap and continuing our incredible journey on to Battambang, our one and only stop-off en-route to the beaches. The transfer takes approximately 4 hours so we’ll have you in your rooms and relaxing before you know it. Battambang is an old colonial market town which still has it’s charm from a bygone era.

Day 15: Just Plain Old Good Fun!

Ever ridden on a train made of bamboo, strapped to an outboard engine, running on a track through a jungle to a hidden village? No! Well you will today! The world famous Bamboo train awaits you. Sit back and enjoy the shake, rattle and roll as the jungle passes by, at a little over walking pace…. It’s perfectly safe and good ol’ fashioned fun. As the train reaches its destination you’ll be treated to the genuine sights, sounds and smells of a rural Khmer village where you can barter with the locals, play with the kids and maybe pick up a few reminders of this awesome trip.

This afternoon, weather permitting, we’ll be heading out on a bicycle tour of the city. We don't want to give too much away, let's just say it involves caves, views, sunsets and the local wildlife! 

In the evening, we will be taking the night bus to the Sihanoukville beach, affectionately known as 'snooky' by team RGE. So get comfy, stick in the Ipod and catch some Zzz's for the ride ti the south of Cambodia. 

Day 16 and 17: Fun, Sun and Beaches

This is what you've been waiting for and by now you've earnt it. Once we're all checked-in we'll have another group meeting to run through the plan and let you know more about this laid-back, fun town. 

Your guides will give you details about the local area and information on the wide range of local activities and places of interest and will be around 24/7 if you need any advice or support. The time in Sihanoukville is your free time, so your reps won't be able to attend every activity that you wish to participate in. 

There's always a party or two in the evening that you're most welcome to join so get showered and changed and then, dear traveler, the night is yours! 

Day 18: Islands in the Sun

Had enough of lying on the beach, soaking up the sun and staring at the islands on the horizon? There are heaps of local activities to keep you busy from windsurfing and jet skis to snorkeling and SCUBA diving. Let our team know what’s floating your boat, and they can make it happen – easy as that!

Day19: It’s Your Last Beach Day!

So make the most of it. There are lots of activities you can choose to join here. Our team will be around and available to you all day, every day so if you require any help with bookings, more information, or just want somebody to talk too, you know where we are.

Day 20: Back To The Start

That’s right, it’s time to say goodbye to the golden sands and crystal clear water of Sihanoukville as we take a midday transfer back to bustling Phnom Penh. The transfer will take approximately 4 hours, back to the same guest house as on arrival. We want you to remember the very best of your time here in Cambodia so tonight we’ll have a last-night get-together to talk over the trip, remember the good times, recount those hilarious stories and bore ourselves to tears looking at the thousands of photographs!

Day 21: Sob…Sob….

You’ve done it! You’ve officially survived the best three weeks of your life and we’ll have the hugs and hi-5’s to prove it. Our team will be around the guesthouse all day to help you organise your onward travel so please do drop them a thanks, give them a big hug or swap addresses and emails. We guarantee you’ll have the most unforgettable time!

Destination Information

With a population of over 14 million Cambodia is a small country bordered by Thailand, Vietnam and Laos. It has long been a place of great interest for travellers from far and wide and for good reason with its incredible cultural diversity.

Cambodia is a deprived yet fascinating country with the rich history of the Khmer empire encompassing such world renowned sites as the temples of Angkor. Its turbulent past has witnessed the loss of nearly two million lives during the Khmer Rouge. In spite of this, the country remains an enthralling place to explore with friendly locals, tropical climate and beautiful wildlife.

Trip Notes

What's Included

  • Single, twin, double or triple room accommodation in a guest house throughout the tour
  • Breakfast throughout & Welcome Dinner on first night
  • Airport pick up
  • All city to city & in country transfers
  • Orientation on first morning in each new location
  • Entry in to Phnom Penh attractions as listed in the itinerary
  • Entrance to the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Angkor Wat with transport & guide
  • Local in country team and 24hr emergency support

What's Not Included

  • Flights
  • Visa
  • Travel insurance
  • Return Airport Transfer
  • Drinks and meals not specified in the itinerary
  • Tips for guides and drivers

Additional Information & FAQ's

Minimum Age & Eligibility

Minimum age 18

 

Accomodation & Meals

During your time in Phnom Penh your group will stay in a very pleasant little guesthouse. This place is plush and very comfortable, in a great location surrounded by bars, cafes and a short walk from the riverside! The rooms will be single, twin, triple or double occupancy and we’ve included your breakfast.

In Siem Reap your group will stay at a Lodge with single, twin or triple share options available. Breakfast is included in your stay. The location of this little gem is ideal for exploring the city and for transfer to and from the volunteering project.

For Battambang your group will stay in a city centre based Guesthouse with single, twin, double or triple rooms available. Breakfast is included in the stay at a small café just a few meters away. Located in the centre of that city, and only 2 minutes from the bus station, you’ll have your own little oasis in this up and coming city.

In Sihanoukville the accommodation is located just a couple of hundred meters from Serendipity beach and surrounded by bars, restaurants and cafes. It’s the perfect place to relax when you’re not relaxing on the beach, chillin’ in the bars or exploring the area.

Breakfasts are included throughout your tour. Whilst volunteering we will pass on to you a $4 credit voucher to use to purchase in the NGOs training restaurant only. We have also thrown in a traditional Cambodian Welcome Dinner to give you the perfect start to your culinary journey through the Khmer Kingdom.

We also urge our travelers to try the various foods on offer at the markets and street vendors. Some amazing delicacies can be purchased easily and very cheaply so don’t miss out!

FAQs

What Are The Typical Group Sizes?

Groups sizes vary throughout the year, but generally you can expect to be with between 3 and 8 fellow travellers.

How Much Spending Money Would You Recommend I Take?

It’s pretty easy to live on around $20 - $30 (£12 - £18) per day, so £75 - £95 per week. However, if you plan to take trips during your free time, or you like to party, or you’re a market shopaholic, then we suggest adding more to your weekly budget

What Are The Average Ages Of Travelers On This Trip?

This trip is one that can be taken at any age. For the most part our travellers are aged between 18 – 30 years.

I Am A First Time Traveller, And A Bit Apprehensive About Travelling On My Own. Do Many People Do This By Themselves?

First-time travellers are awesome and we welcome them with open arms. Our team will take exceptional care of you throughout the trip so you have nothing to worry about. The majority of our travellers are first-timers and solo so you’ll have plenty in common from the moment you meet. 2-3 weeks before your arrival in Cambodia we will email out a buddy list so you can all start to getting to know one another before meeting in Phnom Penh.

Is Cambodia Safe?

Cambodia is as safe as every other country in the world. On the whole, it’s a very safe place for travellers to discover but we do insist that all customers listen to the safety advice from the guides and coordinators at all times.

Do I Need To Take A Sleeping Bag?

No, all bedding is provided for you.

Will I Need To Bring A Towel?

We recommend bringing at least one towel. If you decide not to and discover you wish you had, they can be purchased cheaply.

Do I Need To Take A Mosquito Net?

No, but you can if you want to. Take the usual precautions in your rooms, such as keep doors and windows closed and you’ll be fine

Will There Be A Safe/safety Deposit Box?

Safety boxes are available in most locations.

Extra Notes

Visa Information

You should ensure that you have a full passport that is valid for 6 months from your date of arrival. It is your responsibility to have the correct personal documents and to obtain your own visa, if one is necessary. The information provided below is to help you with that process. We are not responsible for the actions of local immigration and customs officials, whether at points of entry or otherwise, and any subsequent effects.

Nearly all nationalities require a visa for travel to Cambodia.

We keep the following information up to date as much as possible, but rules do change - it is important that you check for yourself. Residents from other countries must consult the relevant embassies

The following countries can get a visa on arrival at most ports of entry. Payment is in $US only. You will need to bring 2 passport photos.

Australia:Yes - on arrival
Belgium: Yes - on arrival
Canada: Yes - on arrival
Germany Yes - on arrival
Ireland: Yes - on arrival
Netherlands: Yes - on arrival
New Zealand: Yes - on arrival
South Africa: Yes - on arrival
Switzerland: Yes - on arrival
United Kingdom: Yes - on arrival
USA: Yes - on arrival

Further information

If you apply for a visa and require a reference or you need an address to fill in on a landing card, please use the information below.

Narin 1 Guesthouse
House #50, Street 125
Songkat Veal Vong
Khan 7 Makara
Phnom Penh
T. +855 (0) 99 881 133

International travellers arriving in to Cambodia are required to purchase a tourist entry visa. 

Obtaining a 30 day tourist visa before leaving for Cambodia can save you time. This can be done online through the following website – https://evisa.gov.kh. Costs for tourists visas vary depending on where you enter or whether you apply online. For more information on the Cambodian tourist visa we suggest you to visit the website https://evisa.gov.kh.

Visa courier service

If you prefer to use a specialist visa courier service to apply for your visa on your behalf, we recommend Visa Central who can offer you assistance and advice, making your visa application straight forward.

To investigate costs for this service click here to select the country or countries that you wish to travel to.

Angkor Wat Dress Code

The Cambodian authorities have issued an official code of conduct for visitors to Angkor Wat and other religious sites regarding dress code;

visitors should not wear skirts or shorts above the knee or tops that reveal bare shoulders;
visitors not following the dress code are liable to be refused admission to the sites;
 

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Chanel Buckland

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Angkor Wat at Sunrise was definitely worth getting up at 4am for- sunrise or mid day is optional. Volunteering in Siem Reap, seeing Siem Reap by bike and how the locals live. Learning about the history of Cambodia and visiting the genocide museum and killing fields in Phnom Penh. Finally pub street and the beaches for partying. Hire a moped you get to see so much more around Sihanoukville and the roads are quieter than everywhere else.

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Suitcase was easy to live out of, and there are people around to help carry it up the stairs if needed. Don't over pack though you will want to buy so much out there for half the price. Give everything a go it will be worth it! And pack enough suncream as once you're out there only whitening sun cream is sold.

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The accomodation was a pleasant surprise especially in Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. The breakfast included was also great, banana pancake is always good.

Elliott Phillips

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Excellent trip, special thanks to Mike, Azza, di mong and the rest of the bamboo team for going above and beyond!

Leigh-anne Jamison

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Jennie Nunn

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Volunteering was incredible meeting the people and seeing where they live was eye opening and has really motivated me to make sure I make time for more volunteer work in the future.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Itwould have been great to have had more solids plans for the time spent in sihanoukville, although a did the island trip on the last day there were lots more trips available and it would have been useful to know this as then a could have organised to do more especially during the bad weather when there is very little to do in sihanoukville.

Tips for other travellers?

1. Invest in a bum bag takes a lot of worry away about getting your bag stolen. 2. Leave space in your suitcase to bring stuff back, you will buy a lot! 3. Bring a travel pillow for the coach journeys I didn't and there is no comfy way to hold your head up!

Lauren Price

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Angkor Wat and Siem Reap in general was amazing! The islands at the end for the beach were also a really great moment. The bamboo train in Battambang and the bats exiting the cave were really fun. The volunteering was so worthwhile and really bonded us as a group.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Going around Angkor Wat felt quite rushed and we didn't get to see the sunrise or sunset. Longer day here would have made it more worthwhile. The bus journey from Battambang to the beach was very very uncomfortable and we all would not have minded paying more to get a sleeper bus than a normal coach.

Tips for other travellers?

Throw yourself into everything that's offered even if you're tired and grumpy at the time because you'll regret it later. Don't get annoyed at the way things work in Cambodia- waiting for food and drinks takes time!!! Try as much of the traditional Khmer food as possible and don't stick to the food you know.

Sam Jackson

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What were the highlights of your trip?

Angkor Wat, The temple of smiling faces, building a home for a family during the 4 day volunteering and the bike ride in Siem Reap.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Nope, the included activities were perfect and there was the right amount of rest days.

Tips for other travellers?

Get up early to watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat, you won't regret it! Get involved with the volunteering, even if you find it hard work. Take part in all of the activities.

Michaela Pollard

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Most amazing 3 weeks! The country is beautiful, the people are amazing and the trip was brilliant. Our guide Annette and Dimong couldn't of done any more for us, they were there anytime we needed them and made sure we had the best time. The volunteering was the best I have done and the organisation is outstanding. Can't wait to return

Celia Richardson

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I loved going on the bamboo train that was awesome!!! Angkor wat was incredible( one of the experiences I will never forget!! Annette and dimong are awesome tour guides and made the experience so good!

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

I thought it was perfect the way it was!

Tips for other travellers?

Yeah buy tiger balm, it works wonders for bites, as not going to lie you will get bitten in Cambodia. Just relax and enjoy the experience. And don't pack loads of clothes as you can a lot there! :)

Rosie Monk

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Honestly the main highlight was the amazing group of people I met, even though travelling alone I felt like I was a part of a small family by the end. The tour guides feel more like your friends, and make sure everyone is as happy as possible all the time!! I loved exploring Siem Reap, from Angkor Wat, the amazing places to eat and going a bit crazy in pub street, it was all incredible. The volunteering is also such a meaningful project that I'm sure will stay with me forever, beyond worth all of the effort.

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Say yes to things even if they scare you, be cautious of your valuables, take as many pictures as possible!

Ellie Sullivan

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The volunteer work with New Hope Cambodia, it was a challenging but massively rewarding experience made even better by the amazing moral of the group and our Tour guides.

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I was initially concerned that the trip would feel 'school trip' like, however the tour guides were so laid back and fun, they felt more just like amazing friends! They were still always there to provide us any support we needed and their genuine love and passion for the country really made the experience. I would highly reccomend this trip!

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