Siem Reap and Phnom Penh Gay Tour


To create the most memorable experience on your most memorable of holidays, what better way than to take in the mystical experience that is Angkor Park in Siem Reap and then on to the cultural city of Phnom Penh

Angkor Wat, the most beautiful monument complex in the world  is ‘must see’ for any visitor to Cambodia. You will not be disappointed and our expert guides will explain you the history in details.Take a couple of days to explore the splendid temples. Visit the World heritage site of Angkor and its  limitless magnificent temples including the multi-faced Bayon, Baphoun, Elephant Terrace.

Get immersed in the culture as you receive a revered monk blessing, take in an Apsara dance show steeped in tradition and history.  Explore an Art School to learn about Khmer Arts and Craft and how they help the community.

Be welcomed by the hustle and bustle that is the capital, Phnom Penh. Check your emotions as you see the turbulent history and the atrocities committed of the Khmer Rouge, who brought this once happy nation to its knees. Revel in the city’s cultural highlights, such as the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and National Museum.

Highlights of this tour

  • Angkor World Heritage site.
  • Sunrise at Angkor Wat
  • Trekking off little known temples
  • Recieve a private monk blessing
  • Explore an Art School to learn about Khmer Arts and Craft and how they help the community
  • Sip champagne on ancient boat, watching sunset at Angkor Thom
  • Plaque your emotions with the Killing Fields and Tuol Sleng Prison (S21),
Day 1 :Siem Reap– Arrival
Activities : Arrival pick up

Meals : Dinner.

Itinerary :Up on arrival, meet with our local expert  English speaking guide and driver for pick up and transfer to hotel for check in.  The rest of the afternoon will be orientating around the city on your own.

Siem Reap, an ancient city of Angkor, now is the base for exploring the fabled temples of Angkor.

Overnight at Gay Hotel, Siem Reap- (suggested gay bar and restaurant) ( Gay Massage)

Day 2 :Siem Reap
Activities :  Siem Reap Angkor Wat Sunrise, Ta Prohm, Candola Boat Sunset Cocktail Champagne

Meals : Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Itinerary : Be ready to arise early as your explore the Angkor Wat ruin at dawn. Begin your soft adventure on foot on the quiet road through the beautiful dense forest before you reach the main construction where you spend your time to watch the unforgettable sunrise.

After breakfast your private cultural guide will take you further on your adventure,  Ta Prom temple, the fabulous jewel in the jungle Ta Prohm temple. It is one of the most impressive temples in Angkor because of the overgrown trees with their entwined roots that make this ruin one of the most attractive in the orient. This awesome site was chosen to be filmed named Tomb Raider, starring  Angelina Jolie in 2001.

After a short lunch break, your visit will be at large fortified Buddhist city Angkor Thom City. It is said that it was built by Jayavarman VII to serve a million of people and valuable materials which were used in Angkor. Every tower contains four gigantic smiling faces of the city founder and Buddha symbolizing the divine states of mind.

From here continue Bayon temple. Located in the heart of Angkor Thom city, the huge temple of Bayon consists of more than 200 carved stone faces looking out four directions and showing different expressions..

Then resume your visit to an artificial Pyramid Hindu temple of  Bapuon. Heading out to explore Royal enclosure and former Royal Palace from 9th to 15th century and visit your nearby Terrace of Elephants, Royal Stage for performances and foreign services meeting. And finally visit Terrace of Leper King, once was used as the Royal Crematorium.

Late afternoon take a candola boat cruise. Relaxing on ancient boat, watching the sunset on the corner of Angkor Thom city wall and enjoying a glass of champagne all at the same time.

Overnight at Gay Hotel, Siem Reap – (suggested gay bar and restaurant) ( Gay Massage)

Day 3 :Siem Reap

Activities :  Siem Reap Angkor Banteray Srei, Trekking, Off Beat Track Beng Mealea

Meals : Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Itinerary : After breakfast,  take an hour drive to Banteay Srei temple, a magnificent pink sandstone monument, which is only one founded in the complex and the temple was not rediscovered until 1914. The temple is considered as the best and great sample of the Khmer art.

Then continue your next visit to Kbal Spean where you undertake  a  short trek along the rough and shady path for roughly 30min each way. The site consists of a series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed. It is commonly known as the “Valley of a 1000 Lingas” or “The River of a Thousand Lingas”(phallic symbol of Hindu god Shiva).

Enjoy your lunch and short break at local restaurant overlooking to the beautiful mountain and greenery around.

From here you are driven to off the beaten track Beng Mealea temple.  This remarkable temple was featured in the Lost Temples by Indiana Jones and The Two Brothers. Beng Mealea is a beautiful, charming untouched temple hidden in the jungle, it is surrounded by a huge moat.

Overnight stay at Gay Hotel, Siem Reap ( Gay bar and Restaurant- massage)

Overnight stay in Siem Reap

Day 4 :Siem Reap
Activities :  Angkor City Tour, Art School and Workshop, War Museum

Meals : Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Itinerary  This morning you will have a memorable and unique experience to have a private blessing at one of the oldest Buddhist monastery where the head of monks living in and waiting for you for a blessing,  and to learn about Buddhism.

In the afternoon, take your time explore the Art School and workshop at Artsant D’Angkor to learn about Khmer Arts and Craft. This school offers the vocational training courses to young and homeless – poor and street kids in about Arts including stone and wood carving, silk processing, silver making and painting. You will also have a chance to visit its indoor shop buy the best quality souvenir back home. Lastly  visit the War museum. Here you will learn more about the history of Cambodia, civil war and Khmer Rouge from the former Cambodian armies who are now working as local guides in the museum. The museum houses with vast array of vehicles, artillery, weaponry and equipment like the tank.

Overnightsaty a t Gay hotel ( food and Drink at Gay Bar and Pub)

Day 5 :Siem Reap- Phnom Penh
Activities :  Flight to Phnom Penh, city tour plus Royal Palace & National Museum

Meals : Breakfast & dinner.

Itinerary :Breakfast at the hotel, free at leisure until departure pick up to the airport for flight to Phnom Penh. Up on arrival at Phnom Penh International Airport, the guests are greeted by your local guide and transferred to hotel for check in.

Phnom Penh,  the Pearl of Asia, it has been the capital of Cambodia since 1866 and although it suffered extensive damage during the Khmer Rouge era,  the city still retains a rustic charm,

Afternoon you will  be accompanied by our guide and  touring  at Cambodia’s Royal Palace, which stands majestically in the city center just off the riverfront area. More buildings are open to visitors including the Royal Palace ‘Silver Pagoda’ whose floor is lined with solid silver tiles. Continue to the National Museum. Located in a fabulous old building, the Museum is filled with art and artifacts dating back to the Pre-Angkorian era. And continue to visit the National Museum in the following. National Museum is house to the world’s largest collections of Khmer arts, including sculptures, ceramics, bronzes, and ethnographic objects. The Museum’s collection includes over 14,000 items, from prehistoric times to periods before, during, and after the Khmer Empire..

Overnight stay in gay hotel.

Day 6 :Phnom Penh
Activities :  Killing Field, Tuol Sleng Prison, City Tour and Market

Meals : Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Itinerary :Phnom Penh,

After breakfast at the hotel,explore the infamous spot of the Killing fields, Cheung Ek, a former orchard and  then a mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge murderous rule. On the way back visit Tol Sleng, the Khmer Rouge prison from 1975-79. It was a prison or interrogation center. The Khmer Rouge renamed the complex “Security Prison 21” (S-21). It was the detention center where nearly 20000 innocent including students, social workers, political prisoners, foreigners and babies  were imprisoned and sent to kill at Cheung Ek genocide killing field.  Lunch at local restaurant

After lunch you have an option to visit Russian market city tour, supper market for gay travelers, or   have some soft drink at the restaurant/ rooftop bar near by Mekong river and evening enjoy your nightlife tour at some gay bar in the city.

Dinner at local restaurant at own romantic style

Overnight in Phnom Penh

Day 7 :Phnom Penh

Activities : Departure

Meals : Breakfast

Itinerary: Sadly, the tour will end and guests will say their goodbyes, perhaps making one last stop at shopping Center for some last minute shopping before heading off to their homes all over the world.

Adventure Asia Travel wishes you have a very safe trip back home! Hope to see you next time!

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