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Escorted Angkor Wat with Singapore, Hong Kong & The Philippines

Oceania Cruises

5 March 2025


£6099 pp


17 Nights

Exclusive Free Prestige Drinks Package + $1000 Free Shore Excursion Credit

4 Night Escorted Tour of Cambodia including Angkor Thom City, Angkor Wat & Ta Prohm

Experience the mesmerising sunset at Prasat Chrung

Enjoy culinary delights with a street eat tour & traditional cooking class

Holiday Itinerary

Day 1     Fly from the UK to Siem Reap, Cambodia

Day 2     Siem Reap

Welcome to Siem Reap! Upon your arrival at the airport, meet our representative depending on destination - they will be holding a sign with your surname. Enjoy a convenient, hassle-free transfer to your accommodation.

Day 3     Angkor Thom City, Ta Prohm, Angkor Wat Temples with Sunset

This morning, you will visit the monumental magnificence of Angkor Thom – the last capital of the great Khmer Empire. You will visit the sprawling Elephant Terrace, the Terrace of the Leper King and the enchanting Bayon.  This 12th century masterpiece lies at the very centre of Angkor Thom City and is an archaeological wonder of symmetry and grandeur. The exterior gallery walls have extensive bas-reliefs, but the main features are the towers each with 3 or 4 gently smiling faces, over 200 in total...  PJ de Beerski wrote of them; “godliness in the majesty and the size, mystery in the expression”.

You will continue to visit Ta Prohm, the temple that has been left largely in its natural state since its “re-discovery” by French explorers.  Surrounded by jungle, its labyrinth of stone hallways is overgrown with the roots and limbs of massive banyan trees, which envelop the stone like tentacles.   It is one of the largest temples at Angkor, dedicated in 1186.  Historians have noted its mystical charm.

This afternoon, you will visit Angkor Wat, arguably the largest religious building in the world, with a volume of stone equalling that of the Cheops pyramid in Egypt. It is unlike all the other Khmer temples in that it faces west and is inspired by 12th Century Hinduism.  Its symmetrical towers are stylized on the modern Cambodian flag.  Conceived by Suryavarman II, Angkor Wat took an estimated 30 years to build. It is generally believed to have been a funeral temple for the king.  It has been occupied continuously by Buddhist monks and is well preserved.  Intricate bas-reliefs surround Angkor Wat on four sides.  Each tells a story but the most celebrated of these is the Churning of the Sea of Milk, which is located on the east wing, the guide will explain the mystical tale. Evening enjoys see the sunset boat at Prasat Chhrong.

Evening enjoys the big top in downtown Siem Reap with an evening show at Phare, the Cambodian Circus. Run by the NGO of the same name which supports the futures of Khmer youth with art and performance training, Phare is a lively show combining elements of high flying, tight-rope walking, juggling, contortion, music, and theatre circus arts in one energetic showcase of Cambodian culture. Enjoy an evening of cultural discovery for a good cause and pick up a few souvenirs on your way out.

Day 4     Siem Reap  - Tonle Lake - Street Eat Tour

Travel about an hour out of Siem Reap to Kompong Khleang a unique village built high on stilts.

The village is home to about 6000 people who earn their living mainly through fishing on the Tonle Sap Lake. Depending on the season the village offers a very different view making it interesting to visit all year round. During the monsoon season starting in May, the streets fill up with water and become canals that are navigated along by boat.

The best time to visit is between October to January when the area is at is photographic best however, in the dry season from March to April, the houses reveal themselves to be perched on top of wooden stilts up to 10m high!

This evening, embark on a gastronomic adventure in Siem Reap. You will stop at a local market where locals can buy dinner, fresh fruits, and vegetables. Sink your teeth into some grilled meats and noodles, accompanied by a drink of local cold beers of your choice.  Then, walk through the night market and sample more Khmer delights while you rub shoulders with locals sitting on little stools, enjoying with Khmer local snacks of yellow pancakes, boiling egg on the bolts, grilled beef, or local deserts. For the daredevils, why not try snack on crickets or frog. Round off the evening by enjoy delicious dinner along with Khmer rice wine tasting at a very popular Khmer restaurant in Siem Reap that is own by famous Cambodian Young Chief that want to promote diversity an innovative of Cambodian cuisine. You can choose whether to stay and party the night away or head back to the hotel.

Day 5     Siem Reap – Cooking Class - Social Enterprise

This delicious, half-day experience in Siem Reap is held at Khmer traditional house and have a chance to visit around the chef vegetable garden. This farm lovingly cultivates crops minus the use of hormones, synthetic fertilisers, or pesticides with a specialisation in heirloom varieties of seasonal vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumber, squash, spring bean, eggplant, and lettuce - the food creation possibilities are endless! A talented team of local chefs will then lead the class to create Khmer, culinary masterpieces whilst sharing their knowledge about Cambodian culture and how it intertwines with the local cuisine. Sit down to enjoy a satisfying lunch made up from the morning’s creations before returning to the hotel. This is a truly unique and authentic experience for any Angkor Wat journey complete with stunning views of Cambodia’s beautiful countryside.

Evening enjoys a fascinating by exploring some of the non-profit organizations and social enterprises working to make Cambodia a better place. Start from HeroRats, a social enterprise that uses trained rats to seek out landmines and diseases like tuberculosis. Learn all about these incredible animals, the charity, and its work. Next visit Theam’s House Gallery is the elegant house museum, atelier, displaying Cambodian artist's paintings & sculptures, plus a tranquil garden of Master Cambodian Artist, Lim Muy Theam. The last place to visit is the Royal Independence Garden. Here, visitors will admire the architecture of the French colonial hotel, the hundreds of fruit bats in the trees, and the sacred temple within the grounds. Here, offers a lotus flower to the shrine to request a blessing for you and your loved ones. Enjoy dinner with apsara dancing show at the local restaurant.

Day 6     Siem Reap to Singapore

Transfer from your hotel to the airport for your flight to Singapore.  On arrival transfer to the port to board your 11 Night Borneo, Philippines & China Voyage.

Day 6     Singapore - Embark Riviera

Day 7     Singapore

Day 8     Cruising the South China Sea

Day 9     Muara, Brunei

Day 10   Kota Kinabalu, Borneo

Day 11    Puerto Princesa, Philippines

Day 12    Borocay Island, Philippines

Day 13    Manila, Philippines

Day 14    Cruising the South China Sea

Day 15    Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Day 16    Hong Kong, China

Day 17    Hong Kong, China - Disembark Riviera and transfer to the airport for your flight home

Day 18    Arrive in the UK after your overnight flight

Onboard Inclusions

Small ship luxury cruising with a country club ambience
The finest cuisine at sea
Complimentary speciality restaurants
Complimentary Wi-Fi
In port shuttle service
Butler service in suites
Personalised & intuitive service


Inside Stateroom from £6099 pp

Veranda Stateroom from £7199 pp

Concierge Veranda from £7699 pp

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