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Cambodia Luxury Tour Information

Important & Value
All of our tailor-made tours are private, no hassle, adjustable to suit your travel time, you can easily manage your trip from the start to the end. 100% Guarantee "NO Hidden Cost", we offer what we say and alternatively try our best to provide service quality beyond if we make changes to your itinerary or any services we can't host due to being fully booked up.

On your arrival and departure days or vice versa destination
Be aware that all our hosting tours could be the best tour samples to illustrate your travel plan. Hence, you don't have to worry much if you have late flight of arrival  or early flight of departure or your flight lands in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap (vice versa), we will propose a suitable itinerary to fit your travel schedule and we're happy to provide the possibility along with alternatives.

Accommodation
Our concept is to inspire you to uniquely experience the local hospitality at locally run hotels as much as possible. All hotel options are top selected, luxury boutique/resort/hotel in Cambodia, friendly ambient, beautiful garden/swimming pool, boutique style and notable décor. Selected hotels are quoted in most of our tailor-made tours and alternative hotels will be proposed if those selected hotels are not available. If you prefer a hotel you’ve got in mind, don’t hesitate to mention it and we’ll arrange it for you accordingly.

Local English Speaking Guide
Tour guide is the most important window for our company, is the one who makes you leave Cambodia with meaningful and memorable experience. Importantly, for your trip, we reserve a local tour guide that has long-year experienced, friendly attitude, informative, knowledgeable and advisable.

Restaurants
As our experience, we don’t include full board for the entire of itinerary because we’d like to give you your own time to experience local cuisine by yourself. Each day of the itinerary includes breakfast, one meal of lunch or dinner at Siem Reap’s selected restaurants feature nice gardens, beautiful locally designed and friendly atmosphere.

Modern Transportation
We included modern model of brand “Ford” vehicles for the entire journey to make your trip more exclusive and comfortable. For couple travelers, we propose Ford Explorer or Ford Everest while Ford Transit VIP is quite suitable for those who travel with family. BMW models are also available upon your request. If you’d like to challenge an unique experience with Tuk Tuk, the morning exploration by Tuk Tuk is most recommended for either Angkor temple or city orientation.

Daily Treats
We always provide finger snacks (taro, banana, sweet potato), soft drinks, local beers and cold towels on your touring days and on round trip transfers. So enjoy this daily treat as much as you want and our cold box is daily filled. If you don’t like the treat set, packed tea or coffee would be your alternative.

Visa
We don't actually include Cambodia entry visa but we offer fast track-check in at airport on your arrival day. Most of Asian passport holders are (Thai, Malaysian, Vietnam…) legally to enter Cambodia without applying for visa for up to 30 days except Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sudan or Sri Lanka. Europe visitors can apply visa on arrival at Cambodia’s international airports in Siem Reap & Phnom Penh, and some of border crossing including Poi Pet, Ba Vet and Koh Kong. Tourist visa is considered as single entry visa which is valid for 30 days and can be once extended for another 30-day.
The E-visa can be applied via Cambodia official website: https://www.evisa.gov.kh
Or for useful travel guide: http://www.guidingcambodia.com/frequently-asking-questions

When is the best time to visit Cambodia?
We can say peak season (November to February) is the best period for your holiday trips to Cambodia but if you don’t want to see much crowd and get annoyed to push your way out, green season (June to October) would be an ideal as the best time in your mind to visit Cambodia when every things look green, wet, cool off and very less touristy.

Dressing Code
Cambodia geographically stays in the tropical monsoon, its weather varies and annually brings wet and dry seasons, generally hot in during day time and a bit cooler at night, and in the early morning. You should wear whatever most comfortable but remember to dress appropriately to respect the locals and active religious sites; pagodas, temples and holy places. Clothes must cover your shoulders and knees when you wish to visit the top part at Angkor Wat and Royal Palace in Phnom Penh.
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