Luxury Cambodia

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Travel 01 Nov 2021 - 30 Sep 2021
Book by 31 May 2021

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  • 2 nights Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Phnom Penh - State room with breakfast
  • 7 nights Song Saa Private Island, Cambodia Beach - One bedroom Jungle Villa with private pool and breakfast
  • 1 nights La Rose Suites, Phnom Penh - La Rose junior suite with breakfast
  • La Rose Suites - FREE 1 hour Khmer massage
  • Flights to Phnom Penh via Kuala Lumpur with Malaysia Airlines, accommodation throughout, return private road transfers and shared boat transfers to Song Saa and prepayable taxes.
  • This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
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2 nt Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Phnom Penh
LUXURY

State room with breakfast

This tastefully restored unique French colonial hotel has welcomed travellers since 1929. Set in lush gardens and built around two inviting swimming pools it is an oasis in the heart of this dynamic city. There is also a gym, spa, restaurants, bars and choice of beautiful heritage rooms and suites.

7 nt Song Saa Private Island, Cambodia Beach
LUXURY

One bedroom Jungle Villa with private pool and breakfast

Luxurious, intimate and harmonious the beautiful villas, each with private pool and high-end creature comforts, promise a sanctuary where you can shower looking out over the sea or sip cocktails while watching the sunset.

1 nt La Rose Suites, Phnom Penh

La Rose junior suite with breakfast

Integrating top-class service and facilities, this luxurious boutique hotel enjoys a perfect location and features 68 spacious suites in two wings (some with balcony) with free daily mini bar, restaurant, a small swimming pool, spa and cooking classes.


TRAVEL INFORMATION

Flights to Phnom Penh via Kuala Lumpur with Malaysia Airlines, accommodation throughout, return private road transfers and shared boat transfers to Song Saa and prepayable taxes.


Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.

2 nts Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Phnom Penh
LUXURY

State room with breakfast

Situated at the confluence of three rivers – the mighty Mekong, the Bassac and the great Tonle Sap - the capital of Cambodia is a vibrant, bustling city with wide tree-lined boulevards, French colonial mansions and monumental Angkorian architecture. Bistros and boutiques line the riverfront, smart shops and art galleries dot the side streets and the city enjoys a heady dusk-to-dawn nightlife.

Arguably the most impressive of the city's attractions is the elegant complex housing the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda that dominate the southern riverfront. The palace dates back to 1866 and inside its gleaming yellow walls are the Throne Hall, the Chan Chaya Pavilion, the Napoleon III Pavilion and the King and Queen's residential quarters. The adjacent Silver Pagoda is home to a stunning collection of Buddha statues.

Other notable sights include the National Museum, which houses a significant collection of Khmer artefacts; Wat Ounalom, an attractive and prestigious pagoda considered the centre of Cambodian Buddhism; and one of the most important landmarks in the city, Wat Phnom. Surrounding the hill on which Wat Phnom sits is the old French Quarter and its many fine colonial buildings, some of which have been restored.

To truly understand the more recent history and tragic events endured by the Cambodian people, the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum and Choeung Ek Killing Fields Memorial are essential stops, although they're not for the faint-hearted. Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, is the one-time school that became a notorious prison for those who fell foul of the Pol Pot regime, while the Killing Fields are about 8 miles southwest of the city, was one of the execution and burial grounds used by the Khmer Rouge. Informative audio guides include testimony from both survivors and guards of the regime.

For something rather more uplifting, yet also giving an insight into the Cambodian way of life, do consider one of the many cooking classes available. You'll learn the secrets behind Khmer cuisine, from shopping for the ingredients in the market, to cooking and tasting your creations.

For tourists and locals alike, the lively riverfront is the city's focal point. This wide promenade is lined with restaurants, cafes and bars and particularly comes alive after dark. The riverside also has its own Night Market on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, where you'll find a selection of clothing, souvenirs and food. Alternatively, the Central Market and Russian Market (so named as Russians were the first tourists to shop here and the name stuck!) offer excellent selections of traditional souvenirs as well a unique local market experience. Modern malls can also be found for those seeking international clothing labels, electronics, beauty products and much more.

As well as the many eateries in the riverside area, Phnom Penh has a vast range of places to eat, from street food and cheap noodle shops to five star restaurants and western options.

7 nts Song Saa Private Island, Cambodia Beach
LUXURY

One bedroom Jungle Villa with private pool and breakfast

The Cambodian coast features palm-fringed beaches, a scattering of resorts and some beautiful offshore islands where a castaway ambience prevails, while inland are a series of national parks and some impressive mountain scenery. Whether you opt for Kep, Sihanoukville or Koh Rong, a stay on Cambodia's southern shores is an ideal conclusion to an exhilarating tour of cultural delights.

KEP, SIHANOUKVILLE AND KOH RONG

Kep, which was founded as a seaside retreat for the French elite in 1908, became the favoured haunt of privileged Cambodians before falling on hard times under Khmer Rouge rule when the city became all but deserted. Today, Kep is experiencing something of a renaissance, with many seduced by its narrow sandy beaches, crumbling colonial buildings, tranquil atmosphere and delicious seafood - particularly crab. Additionally, Kep's interior is occupied by Kep National Park where a variety of trails reward you with pagodas, wats and viewpoints along with a variety of flora and fauna. Day trips to the little known Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island) are also highly recommended. Lined with gorgeous palm groves, this stunning secluded stretch of sands offers a castaway experience, whether you take a blissful promenade around the coastline or take a nap on a swinging hammock, it's a wonderful laid-back escape.

Sihanoukville is Cambodia's premier beach resort and offers something for all tastes. Overlooking the Gulf of Thailand the peninsula of Sihanoukville is surrounded by tropical white sand beaches and a smattering of undeveloped offshore islands. There are a number of beaches around Sihanoukville, including busy Occheuteal and Serendipity Beaches, quieter Otres Beach and, our favourite, Sokha Beach. This radiant stretch of sands, lapped by clear shallow waters, is an ideal choice for swimming, relaxing or indulging in watersports. Additionally, boat trips to the surrounding offshore islands where coral reefs are perfect for snorkelling or diving are also available and a lovely way to while away a few hours.

For a true Robinson Crusoe experience, the dazzling Koh Rong archipelago is quite possibly that clichéd tropical island paradise you've been seeking. Most of the islands remain undeveloped and boast glistening white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise water teeming with marine life and deserted oases of virgin rainforest. Lying secluded in this magnificent seascape is Song Saa Private Island, Cambodia's first luxury private island resort where all villas have their own plunge pool and you can forget the hustle and bustle of real life and lose yourself in the natural world.

1 nts La Rose Suites, Phnom Penh

La Rose junior suite with breakfast

Situated at the confluence of three rivers – the mighty Mekong, the Bassac and the great Tonle Sap - the capital of Cambodia is a vibrant, bustling city with wide tree-lined boulevards, French colonial mansions and monumental Angkorian architecture. Bistros and boutiques line the riverfront, smart shops and art galleries dot the side streets and the city enjoys a heady dusk-to-dawn nightlife.

Arguably the most impressive of the city's attractions is the elegant complex housing the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda that dominate the southern riverfront. The palace dates back to 1866 and inside its gleaming yellow walls are the Throne Hall, the Chan Chaya Pavilion, the Napoleon III Pavilion and the King and Queen's residential quarters. The adjacent Silver Pagoda is home to a stunning collection of Buddha statues.

Other notable sights include the National Museum, which houses a significant collection of Khmer artefacts; Wat Ounalom, an attractive and prestigious pagoda considered the centre of Cambodian Buddhism; and one of the most important landmarks in the city, Wat Phnom. Surrounding the hill on which Wat Phnom sits is the old French Quarter and its many fine colonial buildings, some of which have been restored.

To truly understand the more recent history and tragic events endured by the Cambodian people, the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum and Choeung Ek Killing Fields Memorial are essential stops, although they're not for the faint-hearted. Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, is the one-time school that became a notorious prison for those who fell foul of the Pol Pot regime, while the Killing Fields are about 8 miles southwest of the city, was one of the execution and burial grounds used by the Khmer Rouge. Informative audio guides include testimony from both survivors and guards of the regime.

For something rather more uplifting, yet also giving an insight into the Cambodian way of life, do consider one of the many cooking classes available. You'll learn the secrets behind Khmer cuisine, from shopping for the ingredients in the market, to cooking and tasting your creations.

For tourists and locals alike, the lively riverfront is the city's focal point. This wide promenade is lined with restaurants, cafes and bars and particularly comes alive after dark. The riverside also has its own Night Market on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, where you'll find a selection of clothing, souvenirs and food. Alternatively, the Central Market and Russian Market (so named as Russians were the first tourists to shop here and the name stuck!) offer excellent selections of traditional souvenirs as well a unique local market experience. Modern malls can also be found for those seeking international clothing labels, electronics, beauty products and much more.

As well as the many eateries in the riverside area, Phnom Penh has a vast range of places to eat, from street food and cheap noodle shops to five star restaurants and western options.

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