The ultimate escape to Cambodia’s heart and soul exploring Angkor complex and Siem Reap’s ancient city of Hariharalaya. Filled your beautiful soul with spiritual blessings and indulge in a Jeep ride to serene villages. Embrace the magic of your present moment while being in traditional wedding dress, a once-in-a-lifetime moment every couple dreams of
Filled your beautiful soul with spiritual blessings from a Buddhist monk as part of religious practices by Cambodians. Begin an early morning atmosphere with a stunning view of sun rising following by an excursion to the most beautifully carved temple of Banteay Srei or ‘Citadel of the Women’ which is an exquisite miniature, a fairy palace in the heart of an immense and mysterious jungle.
Go on an adventurous day tour of Jeep ride when Cambodia was once colonized by the French to picturesque villages on the outskirts of the city. Stop, explore and observe everyday life and practices of the local Cambodians.
Start early with a temple itinerary includes a richly decorated Khmer temple that stands proudly in the heart of the ancient city of Angkor Thom, Bayon temple. Next stop is the restoration that has been called 'world's largest jigsaw puzzle', Baphuon temple following by a must-see ruin of the Terrace of Elephants.
Spend the daytime exploring a majestic ruin of Ta Prohm, the renowned temple choked by patristic trees, before stepping onto the world’s largest religious monument ever constructed, Angkor Wat. Overwhelmed by the rich details of historical sculptures and beautiful carvings, not a single traveler is ever ready to leave the place. Lighten up your body soul with the most soothing traditional Khmer massage after a full-day excursion.
Truly expose yourself to part of a rich culture of Cambodia. Cherish this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and be the happiest bride and groom of the day in traditional Cambodian wedding attire. Capture this perfect couple moment and let it be inscribed to your everlasting memory.
Take a journey to Cambodian modern small town and an archeological site of Roluos to see the largest and most fascinating structure of the Roluos group, Bakong, the temple that was built before Angkor Wat. Next stop is to visit a Khmer Ceramic Fine Arts Centre where the Khmer tradition of pottery and ceramic painting, an intricate art during the time of Angkor, is revived. Celebrate the last night with your loved one under an unforgettable ambience of an everlasting memory of romantic dinner.