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Luxury Cambodia

See the finest cultural highlights of Cambodia before heading to a private island for four nights of all-inclusive luxury with one of the best beaches in south-east Asia. Fine dining is included every step of the way. This Luxury Cambodia tour is perfect for those who like the finer things in life.

Your Itinerary

Day 1 - Welcome to Siem Reap: Home to the Angkor temples

You will be met by your private chauffeur at Siem Reap Airport and taken to the beautiful Heritage Suites hotel, where you can relax after your long flight. Enjoy your afternoon at leisure, beginning with a 15 minute complimentary massage at the hotel. Take a look at our exclusive Fleewinter guide for restaurant tips tonight. (Bungalow Suite, B&B).

Day 2 - Get under the skin of the temples of Angkor

An early rise will reward you with the view of the sun rising over Angkor Wat. After breakfast, visit other temples within the fortified city of Angkor Thom, including Bayon, Baphuon, Phimeanakas, and the Terraces of the Elephants and Leper King. Lunch at the fabulous Viroth’s restaurant is included, as is dinner at the famous Foreign Correspondent’s Club. A helicopter ride over Angkor Wat at sunrise can also be arranged.

Day 3 - Explore the surrounding nature of Angkor

This morning visit Banteay Srei, which for many years was off limits due to its remote location and Khmer Rouge activity. Later in the day, visit the majestic Ta Phrom – a temple of towers, which was the film setting of Tomb Raider. Lunch is included before visiting a floating village on Tonle Sap Lake, where you will board a local-style boat. Tonight, enjoy your dinner with Cambodian traditional dance performance.

Days 4 - 7 - Fly to the coast to relax in luxury

On Day 4 we will fly you to the south coast to stay in Kep, which was regarded as the French Riviera of Asia before the years of genocide. Check into the stunning Knai Bang Chatt resort – days 4 and 7 are chilled but on day 6 we’ll take you exploring the local area including Kampot town, a local cave, paper plantations and salt fields. You’ll also have a chance to view local life from a leisurely river cruise. (Suite Room, B&B)

Day 8 - Travel to your private island for a slice of paradise

Enjoy this morning at your own leisure before we drive you to the port at Sihanoukville. Here you’ll take a luxury speedboat transfer out into the gulf and secluded Song Saa Private Island, which offers one of the finest experiences in south-east Asia. (One-bed jungle villa, all inclusive)

Days 9 - 12 - Enjoy your all-inclusive private island

These days will be free to relax and enjoy your Paradise setting at your own pace. Song Saa is an all inclusive resort, which means once you step foot on Song Saa Private Island, you are free to indulge in everything the resort has to offer and your wallet can stay in the suitcase. On Day 12 you will catch the speedboat back to the mainland and be driven to Phnom Penh to catch your flight home. Bon voyage!


This itinerary costs from £5,250 per person B&B based on 2 sharing and including all private transfers but not international flights.

You can get flights from as little as £500 per person return and do ask us for advice. Alternatively we can book the flights for you but a booking fee may apply.

What's included?

  • Prices start from £5,250 per person
  • Accommodation on B&B basis, apart from the island that is all-inclusive.
  • Private transfers (air-conditioned vehicle)
  • All entrance fees with service of English speaking guide for excursions
  • Lunch on Days 2, 3 & 6 (as well as whilst on island).
  • Dinner on Days 2 & 3 (as well as whilst on island)
  • Internal flight (one)
  • Local taxes
  • All trips are ATOL protected or ABTA bonded to ensure you are fully covered
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Siem Reap
This lively, bustling town has the ancient kingdom of Angkor on its doorstep, making it the perfect place to base your temple adventures. A point of pilgrimage, pride and inspiration for Cambodians, the Hindu temples of Angkor should not be missed.
Phnom Penh
Although often by-passed by many tourists, Phnom Penh offers a fascinating insight into the past, present and future of Cambodia. Tuk-tuk across the busy streets, get to grips with the country's harrowing history of genocide at the Killing Fields or watch the sunset from a riverside bar; there's something for everyone. What's more, we've discovered a handful of fabulous little boutique hotels.
Kampot & Kep
Escape the crowds and enjoy the rural beauty of the south-west. Kampot is famed for its rich, spicy pepper, restful river and jungle terrain while Kep offers the best sunset spots over the ocean in all of Cambodia. Not to mention the delicious crab on offer. This is the place to relax in Cambodia and we've found the best places for you to do just that.
Arguably the most charming of Cambodia's larger urban centres, Battambang has a small-town friendly vibe with the bustle of a city. It is home to some of the best preserved French architecture in Cambodia, glorious rice paddies and provincial villages that offer a real insight into Cambodian life.
Cambodia’s prime beach destination - Sihanoukville is surrounded by sandy beaches and tropical islands. We know how to steer you away from the crowds here and have discovered a handful of northern beaches with the perfect chill out vibe.
Koh Kong
If you are looking for a jungle escape with thundering waterfalls surrounded by luscious greenery then look no further than Koh Kong. It’s a gem of a find. Off the tourist trail enough to make you feel like you have discovered a slice of hidden Cambodia. We recommend staying on a floating tent or hut over the river (surprisingly more luxurious than it sounds). Trust us on this one...
One of the nicest spots to enjoy the natural beauty of the mighty Mekong River is at Kratie, which offers stunning sunsets and is home to the rare fresh-water Irrawaddy dolphins that can be seen all year round. The nearby island of Koh Trong is an ideal place to relax for a day and north of Kratie you can find peaceful fishing communities and rural scenery that is ideal for cycling or trekking.
Ratanakiri Province
This diverse region of natural beauty in the north-east is harder to get to but all the more beautiful for it. Here you will find virtually untouched forested mountains, ethnic minority groups with their own languages and traditions, volcanic lakes and thundering waterfalls. The main activity on offer here is trekking and there is plenty of wildlife to be seen in their natural habitats, including gibbons and elephants.

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