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14 day journey - Siem Reap - Banteay Srei - Kompong Pluk - Angkor Wat - Krabey - Phnom Penh

Luxury Cambodia - Temples, Culture & Beach

With the opening of new luxury island retreats, Cambodia has become a one stop shop for a fantastic luxury holiday with a heady mix of ancient temples, jungle retreats and idyllic island escapes. This suggested itinerary combines the magnificent temples of Angkor with one of Asia’s most impressive jungle camps, before relaxing on one of the island retreats in the south and ending in Phnom Penh.

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£5,995 per person
Price from £5,995 per person (low season May – October) to £7,495 per person (high season (November – April) including 14 nights’ accommodation as indicated, international and domestic flights, all private transfers and touring, daily breakfast and all meals and drinks at Shinta Mani Wild. (supplement for Song Saa instead of Six Senses from £455 on a bed and breakfast basis)
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Kep Coastal Culture – A 3 Day Ad-On

After leaving Six Senses and before heading to Phnom Penh you could consider adding a couple of nights in Kep, a delightful atmospheric seaside town where local Cambodian’s go for their own holidays, founded by the French in 1908. It had over 1200 luxury villas built for the French elite in the colonial era. During the years of the Khmer Rouge many were destroyed but today some have been resorted to their former glory. You can enjoy a stay at the quirky Knai Bang Chatt for a night or two to explore. Kep is also known for its delicious seafood, notably the abundant local crab and

Prices start from
£595 per person
Price: 2 nights from £595 per person including accommodation, private transfers and activities as indicated.
Pink sky at Angkor Wat in Cambodia
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Cambodia
“Cambodia is best known for its temples and for good reason – the awe-inspiring temples of Angkor offer a window into the ancient Khmer Kingdom, enthralling all who are lucky enough to visit. However, if you look beyond the temples, Cambodia has much more to see and do. Beautiful white-sand beaches rival the Maldives in Koh Rong, there’s local culture in Kep and Phnom Penh and wilderness retreats in the Cardamom Mountains mean Cambodia is an amazing stand-alone destination.” Bethany Preston, Cambodia travel specialist
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