I am planning to do a 6 days trip in January along with some friends of mine to Cambodia. This is our itinerary--
Day1 Arrival at Phnom Penh
Visit Wat Phom temple; walk along river Mekong
Visit Tuol sleng Prison, royal palace, silver pagoda and national museum
travel by road from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap
Visit Banteay Srey, Walk along Khmer villages in Pheam Pradak, See Palm sugar processing; Pirasat Kravan, Siah Srang; Banteay Kdei, Ta Pholm
Visit all places near South Gate
Bayon Temple, Ankorwat temple
Sunset from Phom Bakheng Hills
Visit Crong Kneas Village
Boat ride to Tonle sap
Go to airport after lunch.
Please also let me know
1. Is it possible to get vegan food in Cambodia?
Any other suggestions would be gratefully appreciated.
We will be in Siem Reap for 4 nights early Feb and I would like to take my wife to a first class hotel or other venue that provides British Style High Tea.
Would also consider any venue providing a Traditional Cambodia High Tea.
When in Bangkok we have visited the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel that provides a Thai High Tea ( afternoon), traditional Thai Food. We will revisit in Feb after we depart Siem Reap.
Would appreciate any restaurants ( mid range price & good food) in Siem Reap for evening meals, our hotel is walking distance from Pub Street.
Hi, I'm a UK citizen planning Avery last minute trip to Asia, Thailand, can odia, possibly Laos and Vietnam. I think it's probably best to get an evisa for Cambodia as saves hassle but I'm not sure if our port of entry. I'm sure I read on their website that you can make amendments but I can't fund that link anymore so wo ndeed if anyone knew about this and whether you have to pay again? Also any tips for a slightly classier place in cambodia for new year?
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