1. Overview

The Kingdom of Cambodia is located in Southeast Asia on the Indochinese peninsula. Cambodia is a border country with Vietnam, so moving to this country is also relatively easy. Here, Buddhism is the main religion and is closely associated with Cambodian culture.

Cambodia has a hot, tropical monsoon climate with two distinct rainy and dry seasons.

With an attractive cultural complex featuring unique Khmer architecture, interesting cuisine, and beautiful islands, Cambodian tourism is becoming increasingly known to tourists. Many famous architectural works exist, such as Angkor Wat, the Golden Temple, the Silver Pagoda, Sihanoukville Beach, Koh Rong Samloem Island, the Bokor Plateau, etc.

2. Experiences for Cambodia luxury tour 4 days 3 nights

2.1. Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City – Siem Reap

Your journey will depart in the afternoon at Tan Son Nhat airport, and the tour guide will do the procedures for you to depart for Siem Reap. Pick up and transfer guests to the hotel to rest and enjoy free activities.

Siem Reap, the old capital of the mighty Khmer empire in the past, is still very busy and bustling. This ancient city still retains much of the beauty of Khmer mysticism and spirituality.

Explore Siem Reap city at night. You can shop and experience Siem Reap city at the local market.

2.2. Day 2: Angkor Wat – Ta Prohm – Bayon – Bakhai

After breakfast, you will be taken by car to visit the Angkor temple complex.

Visit Bayon Temple and Ankor Thom’s south gate. Coming to Angkor Thom Gate, you take pictures and see 108 ancient statues on the ancient South Gate bridge. Next, visit Bayon Temple, take souvenir photos, and discover 54 Bayon statues that bring luck in work and life.

Admire the mysterious beauty of the colossal, 4-faced BAYON Idol. Visiting this temple, you will see more statues of Apsara dancers and hundreds of meters-long sculptures depicting Khmer history and society in the past.

Visiting the Ta Prohm temple area hidden in the primeval forest comes with huge and bizarre roots covering the temple, creating a unique work of art. Ta Prohm Temple was once chosen by Hollywood as the setting for the movie Tomb Raider: “The Secret of the Ancient Tomb”.

You have lunch at a restaurant with traditional Cambodian specialties and then rest.

Then, visit the 7th wonder of the world, Angkor Wat Temple, a giant unique architectural creation of the Khmer people. The pinnacle of art and architecture, Angkor Wat is a temple dedicated to the ancient Hindu god Visnu. This is the most important ancient relic in Cambodia.

Angkor Wat temple is not only of historical value but also a wonder of the world recognized by UNESCO. From the tower, the temple, and the bas-reliefs, they’re all made from boulders, stacked on top of each other, looking very natural but equally artistic.

From Bakheng Hill, you can admire Angkor Wat and Siem Reap under the beautiful sunset. You check in and record the most valuable pictures at the mysterious Angkor temple. The moment not to be missed when you come to Siem Reap is to watch the sunset at Bakheng Temple.


End the tour at the Angkor complex with delicious food at Tolebasap restaurant and watch the Cambodian Apsara national dance.

Apsara is a Cambodian court dance art form and is recognized by Unesco as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of the World. The dance is very popular with tourists when they come to Cambodia.

Ticket price for the show: 20 USD – 60 USD.

After that, the car takes you back to the hotel, where you can overnight in Siem Reap or freely explore Siem Reap city at night.

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2.3. Day 3: Siem Reap – Phnom Penh – Insect Market – Golden Pagoda – NagaWold

After breakfast and checking out of the hotel, you will be departing for Phnom Penh. Phnom Penh is the capital of the Kingdom of Cambodia. This is the busiest city in Cambodia. Famous for its golden sand beaches and towering mountains, Phnom Penh is always a destination on the tourist list of Cambodian tourists.

Visit Sokum Insect Market and enjoy attractive insect dishes such as Crazy Diem, Spider, Frog, etc.

Have lunch in the room to rest. Afternoon: Explore the Royal Palace with beautiful Royal architecture and sparkling in the afternoon light.

The Royal Palace of Cambodia is a pretty famous tourist destination in the capital, Phnom Penh. This place has an impressive and attractive architecture with typical features of the ancient Khmer.

The Royal Palace of Cambodia is a very sacred place and is highly respected by the Cambodian people. The whole palace is a magnificent building with tall towers. This palace, with its glistening golden roofline, stands out against the Phnom Penh skyline.

  • Address: Samdach Sothearos Blvd Road, Phnom Penh City, Cambodia
  • Open: 08:00 a.m – 11:00 a.m, 14:00 p.m – 17:00 p.m

Visit the Golden Temple – the Silver Pagoda; watch the jade encrusted with over 5,100 diamonds and many sparkling gold and silver leopards.

Golden Pagoda—Silver Pagoda is a place of interest to many tourists, located to the left of the palace in the architectural complex of the Royal Palace of Cambodia. Cambodia’s tourist attraction is the outstanding gold, silver, and diamond inlaid Buddha statues.

Not only that, the temple is famous near and far thanks to its unique architecture. Each place on the steps of the house is paved with many skillfully handcrafted pieces of silver. The Golden Pagoda, also known as the Silver Pagoda and the Emerald Buddha, is an architectural and artistic marvel.

Visit the 5-star Naga World Resort to have fun in Naga. Then enjoy delicious food at Sou Sou Sup restaurant.

NagaWorld & Entertainment Complex is uniquely designed, consisting of two areas: a 14-story resort and an 8-story entertainment area. The architecture and interior of the entire hotel as well as each room are inspired by ancient Khmer architecture and adorned with traditional decorative motifs carved into stone according to Apsara art.

NagaWorld Hotel Phnom Penh is not only a resort but also one of the city’s most attractive attractions, with a system that specializes in serving a variety of entertainment, entertainment, and dining services.

2.4. Day 4: Phnom Penh – Ho Chi Minh City

After breakfast, move to the big Cambodian market and shop for gifts for family, friends, and relatives.

Have lunch, and then the car will take you to the airport to check in for a flight to Ho Chi Minh City. End of tour, see you soon.

Culinary specialties of Cambodian tourism

Cambodian cuisine is famous for its rich flavor and many attractive snacks like fruits, tea, and traditional cakes. The price of a dish when traveling to Cambodia is not too expensive. You can’t miss the following delicious dishes:

2.4.1. Nom Banh Chok curry vermicelli

Curry vermicelli is known as the “national soul” dish of the country. You can enjoy this dish in eateries, restaurants, or from smoky street vendors. This noodle dish is served with all kinds of fresh vegetables, including banana flower, lotus root, papaya, celery, mint, etc.


2.4.2. Khmer Rouge Curry

Cambodian Khmer Red Curry is usually eaten with bread. Although the sauce is not as spicy as Thai curry, Khmer red curry has a very rich taste and a delicious coconut milk smell.

2.4.3. Khmer Lap or Khmer Beef Salad

Khmer lap has a harmonious sweet and sour taste. Rare beef is cut into small pieces and mixed with dried onions, minced garlic, lemon juice, fish sauce, and herbs. The way to prepare is simple, but never get bored. Surely anyone who tries it once will be hooked.

2.4.4. Steamed fish amok

Amok fish dish is made from other fish, such as snakehead fish and catfish. The dipping sauce is made from boiled eggs and sugar. Fish amok has enough unique flavors to make Cambodian cuisine famous.

3. What to prepare for the Cambodia tour?

Currency: It is advisable to exchange money before your trip at a bank or airport. In addition, you can also go to the counters near the market and contact the Cambodia tour guide (if any) for money exchange assistance.

Traffic: In Cambodia, there are not as many taxis and buses as in Vietnam. To move around, you can rent a service car, or double moto (a vehicle in Cambodia), at a cheap price.

Dress: Since Buddhism is the official religion in Cambodia, you should dress neatly and discreetly when visiting temples, pagodas, and royal residences. Remember to bring a hat, an umbrella, and sunscreen to limit sunburn.

Shopping: When buying goods at the market, stay in the central area to avoid the guillotine of tourists. You should ask and pay the price.

Cambodia is a sacred land with many new things waiting for you to discover. A luxury Cambodia tour by plane for four days and three nights will help you quickly get to the attractions of Cambodia. You can call directly to Metta Voyage for advice, to help you have a fun trip, and to make the most of the journey.