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Time8 heures (environ)
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Proposé en : Anglais

Vue d'ensemble

Plongez dans l'histoire fascinante de Phnom Penh lors de cette excursion d'une journée complète pour découvrir cette remarquable région du Cambodge. Découvrez le passé sombre et destructeur de la région tandis que vous vous aventurez jusqu'à des lieux rendus tristement célèbres par les Khmers rouges ; vous en apprendrez plus sur la situation politique actuelle du Cambodge, puis aventurez-vous sur une île idyllique du Mékong. Découvrez comment les habitants vaquent à leur vie quotidienne et découvrez d’anciennes traditions lors de cette émouvante excursion. Bénéficiez d'une attention personnalisée de la part de votre guide lors de cette visite en petit groupe, où le nombre de participants est limité.
Départ depuis votre hôtel situé au centre de Phnom Penh et rendez-vous directement au musée du génocide Tuol Sleng pour plonger dans le passé sombre du pays. Accompagné de votre guide compétent, parcourez les expositions émouvantes, puis rendez-vous dans les environs verdoyants de la ville pour découvrir l’impressionnant mémorial Choueng Ek, une pagode construite à partir de 8 000 crânes humains extraits des champs de la mort.

Revitalisez-vous avec un déjeuner traditionnel dans le restaurant de formation d’une organisation charitable, dont les recettes sont réinvesties dans la communauté locale, puis rendez-vous au pont de l’amitié japonaise (Japanese Friendship Bridge) en motoremorque (une forme traditionnelle de transport cambodgien) pour prendre le ferry pour l'île du Mékong. Célèbre pour le tissage de la soie et l'agriculture, l'île pittoresque est l'exemple même du charme provincial. Achetez des objets artisanaux locaux comme souvenir spécial, puis flânez dans le village à la découverte des temples bouddhistes et du pont flottant dans une ferme piscicole.

Ensuite, remontez dans un bateau pour aller voir le soleil s'enfoncer dans l'eau depuis Tonle Bassac. Admirez la lumière incandescente éclairer l'architecture insolite du Cambodge, puis retournez à la terre ferme et repartez confortablement installé vers votre hôtel à Phnom Penh.

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, févr. 2018

This was a full day with a guide and one other customer. We started in a minivan, then took a tuk tuk and visited all the normal sites but we also went off the beaten track a little which was fun. The highlight was the sunset boat trip which was short 20 mins and interesting with a great view of Phnom Penh at dusk. Lunch was delicious and plenty of it. It is not a sedate day, there is lots of walking and transferring from one mode of transport to another and this variety was great.

D
, févr. 2018

An excellent tour. Choeung Ek and S21 are must sees hard on the soul but not to be missed. The afternoon events, including Silk Island and the slow boat ride back across the river at dusk, were definitely worthwhile. The family, craft silk production was interesting - from larva to fine or raw silk items, with in-house designs finished on their hand looms and available at reasonable prices. Tour guide Reya was very knowledgeable and had a nice balance between the professional and personal in her approach. She made a special effort to suggest interesting things to see and to ensure we were well fed and watered. She is a special person.

Douglas

I
, janv. 2018

The tour was really great. Our tour guide Da was so insightful, accommodating, and super nice. I highly recommend!

S
, sept. 2017

This is the perfect introduction to Phnom Penh. We started off at the Choeung Ek killing fields and S-21 prison, which are of course sombre places, but important to understand. Our very friendly and knowledgeable guide, Neang, advised us in advance that we'd be seeing and learning about terrible things, and explained to us in clear detail the history of the city and of the places. We then proceeded to a delicious lunch at the charity restaurant, where the service was fantastic. After that, we went by tuk-tuk and ferry to the Silk Island, where I got to try my hand at weaving! The girls at the loom were lovely and very friendly too. The scarves on sale are gorgeous and we did buy a few, although as noted by a traveler below, there's no pressure at all to buy. My only regret is that I'd already loaded up on scarves at the city markets, so buying more felt a little extravagant. I would advise travellers to hold off on scarf shopping after this trip, as the quality is fabulous, the prices are more than reasonable and you know you're supporting a small local enterprise. We closed the tour with the cruise down the Mekong, which allowed us to fully experience the majestic river.
The entire day was very organized and punctual yet not rushed, so we were able to learn a lot at a pleasant pace. We were warmly welcomed and well taken care of at all times. I will definitely be recommending this tour to all my friends who will be visiting Phnom Penh and will refer to the tour operator again in the future.

M
, nov. 2016

Our guide, Daro, was incredibly informed and shared a great deal of information with us. He encouraged us to ask questions and discuss the things we were experiencing. He was very good at meeting the needs of everyone in the group. Even in the rain, we had an amazing day.

H
, juin 2016

Fantastic experience! The tour guide was a very nice young man with a great cultural knowledge, explained with details,visuals and made everything very entertaining.

m
, mars 2016

Guide friendly.Minibus not up to normal comfort standard expected.Itinery good. Lunch allowance of 7 not enough to cover meal and soft drink at this nice restaurant. Most tours have set lunch included or cleary state that you pay for yourself.

p
, mars 2016

The guide was good but not great. Didn't like the second part of the tour it is a waste of time. we werent even offered complimentary water even though we have to pay a lot for the trip.
It is better to get the audio guides for the killing fields and the museum. Not worth paying for this tour. Very disappointing.

G
, déc. 2015

The morning was excellent - though very confronting
The afternoon replicated the half day tour so we bailed out - I either misread the details or they were not clear

N
, nov. 2015

Would not recommend this tour. The guide was punctual, welcoming and English was great. However I didn't feel like someone was telling me a story or being engaging, it felt like someone was repeating me numbers and dates from a Wikipedia article.
There was no cyclo ride as promised on the photo.
I think it's a bit unfair claiming lunch is included, then get told lunch it is only covered for 7 and anything more you'll pay for. When a usual meal costs about 6 without a drink, I can guarantee lunch is not included for most tourists! I'm just glad I brought money with me. Food was great.
We spent about an hour or two at a silk making house. Way too much time, a half hour stop at most would have been sufficient. Our tour guide disappeared and we had to sit with the silk ladies waiting for the guide.
The sunset cruise was on a private boat with great views. Beer nuts and unfertilized duck eggs were offered. Considering we could see feathers on the egg, we all decided not to eat any duck eggs.
This tour has so much potential, and I was really looking forward to it. I feel bad leaving a negative review, but I wish I could get my time back.


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