After you have finished your breakfast, we’ll go and see the ‘secret’ mountain in Cambodia known as Phnom Kulen. Here you can see:
Phnom Kulen is the birthplace of Khmer culture and one of the most important parts of Cambodia’s history. After we have finished lunch, we’ll head back towards Siem Reap town and then go to floating village where people live in stilted houses sitting on top of the largest fresh water lake in Southeast Asia, the Tonle Sap.↑ Back to top
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All guests need to wear appropriate clothing around the temples. You will need to have your shoulders and knees covered. Cambodia is also a very hot and humid country, so please wear some light cotton clothing. The winter months (Nov – Feb) are a bit cooler, but it can still get very hot in the afternoons.