This itinerary is very much a tale of two cities. You’ll explore the vibrant island of Hong Kong, an ultra-modern city that’s evolved a lot since gaining independence from Britain: it’s now one of the wealthiest places in the world. You’ll then fly to Cambodia and visit the Angkor Wat temple complex. As well as visiting the floating villages of Tonlé Sap, you’ll visit Ta Prohm: a mysterious temple that’s overgrown by trees. You’ll also see the enigmatic carved faces of Bayon.
To wrap up your trip in style and comfort, you’ll head to Kep, a picturesque coastal town that’s becoming increasingly popular as a tourist destination.
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Day 1: Hong Kong
Hong Kong has excellent public transport so you’ll have no trouble getting into Kowloon. Check into your hotel and relax after your flight.
Day 2: Hong Kong
Spend the day exploring Hong Kong at your own pace. There’s a lot to see in this vast metropolis, and it’s great if you’re a shopaholic.
Day 3: Hong Kong
You could take a ferry to Macau or spend another day exploring Hong Kong. You can head to the Hong Kong History Museum and learn about the island’s history.
Day 4: Phnom Penh
Take a flight to Phnom Penh. Cambodia’s capital city has emerged from its troubled past as a dynamic and safe city. Check into your hotel. Evening at leisure.
Day 5: Siem Reap
This morning you’ll head northwest to Siem Reap. You’ll be transferred to your hotel and then you’ll transfer to Angkor Wat, the vast temple built during the Khmer Empire.
Day 6: Siem Reap
Today you’ll visit Tonlé Sap where you’ll see iconic floating villages. You’ll even see a floating church and a floating basketball court.
Day 7: Siem Reap
This morning you’ll visit Ta Prohm, a temple unlike any other. It’s surrounded by jungle and partially crushed by trees. It’s almost as if the temple itself has grown out of the ground. Later on you’ll visit Bayon and see the famous faces carved into its walls.
Day 8: Kep
This morning you’ll be transferred to the airport for your flight to Kep, a scenic seaside town.
Day 9: Kep
A former French colonial town, Kep has crumbling remnants of its past: it was a favourite for the French elite around a hundred years ago. It’s a great place to eat seafood.
Day 10: Kep
Relax on the beach and enjoy some downtime. Kep is becoming more and more popular as a tourist destination. Browse around the market, eat more seafood and enjoy the atmosphere.
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