Siem Reap Province Bus & minivan tours

Our most recommended Siem Reap Province Bus & minivan tours

Angkor Wat: Private Sunrise Tour with Champagne Breakfast

1. Angkor Wat: Private Sunrise Tour with Champagne Breakfast

Marvel as the sun rises over the spires of the largest religious structure in the world, Angkor Wat. Decipher the myriad of stories behind the bas-relief carvings at this UNESCO World Heritage Site with an expert local guide. Then, savor a Champagne breakfast before continuing your private guided tour to Angkor Thom, Bayon Temple, and Ta Prohm. Begin with a pre-dawn pickup at your hotel in Siem Reap at around 4:30 AM, depending on your location. Watch an unforgettable sunrise, then explore the interior of this truly great temple, spending a thorough 2 hours discovering its corridors, central chambers, and upper terraces. As you go, get insight into life during the height of the Khmer Empire with your English-speaking guide. After exploring Angkor Wat, take your seat on a traditional Khmer boat set up with lotus flower centerpieces, and relish breakfast with Champagne and 1-hour of free-flowing drinks. Next, make your way to Angkor Thom, the majestic site that once served as the Khmer Empire's glistening capital city. Take a moment to consider its grandiosity before heading to the Bayon temple to appreciate its beautifully crafted central towers covered in more than 200 enormous faces. Finally, visit the beautiful Ta Prohm temple where massive tree roots and ancient temple stones entwine before returning to your hotel in Siem Reap.

From Siem Reap: Half-Day Tour to Beng Mealea Temple

2. From Siem Reap: Half-Day Tour to Beng Mealea Temple

Beng Mealea, located about 60 kilometers from Siem Reap, was built in the middle of the 12th-century, with later additions made during the reign of king Suryavarman II and dedicated to Hinduism. The sprawling jungle covers over 1-square kilometer of the temple, which is largely overrun by vegetation. You’ll have time for an in-depth exploration of this temple, taking an unusual route to see parts of its ruins that are seldom visited. The temple is now even more accessible than ever, though you can scramble over the tumbled blocks and traverse its walls to see more if you so wish.

Siem Reap: Private Guided Day Trip to Angkor Wat with Sunset

3. Siem Reap: Private Guided Day Trip to Angkor Wat with Sunset

Tread in the footsteps of holy Hindu men, Buddhist rulers, and Khmer kings on a guided day trip from Siem Reap to see the highlights of the UNESCO-listed Angkor Archaeological Park. Following a hotel pickup, visit Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon Temple, and Ta Prohm. Watch the sunset at Phnom Bakheng. Look back to the 12th-century Khmer empire and explore the magnificent monuments of Angkor Wat, where the temple complex tells the Hindu and Buddhist history of the ancient city. Cross the moat and marvel at the towering outer wall. As you follow your guide around one of the world's most enduring architectural achievements, wander along the rectangular galleries and get up close to the bas-reliefs carved into the sandstone walls. Continue to Angkor Thom to explore the Khmer Empire's last capital city. Admire the stone figures that greet you at the southern gates, and stroll towards the Bayon Temple to see the etchings of smiling faces at its central peak. Visit the Terrace of the Leper King and the Terrace of the Elephants. Take a break and enjoy lunch at your own expense before visiting the iconic temple of Ta Prohm, built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th and early 13th centuries. Soak up the atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings. After a full day of exploring Angkor's highlights, climb the steps to the temple mountain of Phnom Bakheng, the state temple of the first Khmer capital in the region, to watch the sunset. Then, make the return journey to Siem Reap and be dropped off at your hotel.

Siem Reap: Tonle Sap Boat Tour & ATV Ride w/ Hotel Transfers

4. Siem Reap: Tonle Sap Boat Tour & ATV Ride w/ Hotel Transfers

Visit Tonle Sap Lake, the biggest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. Next, head off towards the floating village and discover the tall, stilted houses, floating hospital, fishery, and the natural landscape of the Mangrove Forest. Connect with a less hectic lifestyle and soak up the peace and quiet. Relax as you are rowed by small boat through the flooded forest to Tonlé Sap Lake, where the level can vary by up to 10 meters depending on the season. After lunch at the local restaurant continue to visit Artisans Angkor is a Cambodian social business creating job opportunities for young people in rural areas, while reviving traditional Khmer craftsmanship (stone and wood carving, painting on statues and on silk, lacquering, and silver plating) in the town. Enjoy quad bike 2 hours to visit the beautiful countryside of Siem Reap and gaze over paddy fields under a clear blue sky and sunset. Start your journey though the villages around Siem Reap and enjoy the refreshing greenery of the remote and undisturbed countryside. Meet friendly locals with their water buffalos along the way and get a sense of authentic Cambodian rural life. You will arrive in time at the rice paddy to watch the sunset. After the sun goes down you can still see more rice paddies with water buffalo grazing and other wildlife on the way back to the starting point of the tour.

Siem Reap: Private Street Food Tour by Bus or Bike

5. Siem Reap: Private Street Food Tour by Bus or Bike

Cambodian cuisine is the least-understood of Asian cuisines by westerners and probably the least-tasted outside of the Kingdom of Wonder. While Thai and Vietnamese food is widely recognized, Khmer food is mostly a mystery to visitors. Heavily influenced by locally-sourced ingredients like freshwater fish from the Tonle Sap, sugar cane and coconut, Khmer cuisine is a little less fiery than other south east Asian national cuisines. It has its share of surprises too, and the Khmer script, while beautiful, can make menus difficult to navigate. Take a food tour like ours at the start of your visit to Cambodia, we'll arm you with the knowledge to order confidently in authentic Cambodian eateries and enjoy ingredients and dishes you might not otherwise recognize or feel brave enough to enjoy. Our guides are passionate foodies and friendly conversationalists who will help you chat to the market vendors you meet. Enjoy an authentic, delicious and great fun evening!

Morning Meditation Practice, Village Tour with Angkor Wat

6. Morning Meditation Practice, Village Tour with Angkor Wat

Experience the peace and quiet of Siem Reap on a full-day tour that starts with an early morning drive up the hills overlooking Tonle Sap. Here, you will meet the monks of a Buddhist temple for a short introduction to the meditation process, and the rituals of blessing. Feel the tranquility of the dawn before sunrise, and watch the monks in full meditation. Your guide will take care of all necessary arrangements, such as making donations and giving alms. After you’ve watched the sunrise, take time out to sit on a hill overlooking Tonle Sap lake and re-energize with a complimentary breakfast box before your descent to visit Chong Kneas, a typical floating fishing village of the region. For many, a highlight of the morning will be a 15-minute ride by ox-cart to experience a more traditional form of transportation in Cambodia. Then, return to your hotel for lunch and to freshen up for the afternoon. Set off again at about 14:30. The afternoon section of your tour takes you to the main highlights of the Angkor Wat temple complex. Explore the Hindu temple, dedicated to Vishnu, which began construction in the 12th century under King Suryavarman II and took 37 years to complete.

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What people are saying about Siem Reap Province

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 390 reviews

Great 1/2 day tour at Beng Mealea. Can't say enough about our guide Mr Lee and our driver - both really great and made our tour very enjoyable. Finished off morning with an excellent lunch.

The price is a little high for the short visit time which is ... otherwise very good, the temple is beautiful, eaten by nature, and our guide was great, he knew quite a bit of Spanish!

Wonderful experience

We loved the meditation session in the temple where we were alone with the monks and our guide as an interpreter. The guide spoke perfect English and nothing was too much trouble.

Wonderful experience!

Very enjoyable and full experience. Our guide Proney was extremely knowledgeable and very accomadating. Highly recommend this to anybody concidering this tour.