Angkor Wat – Jungle Temples Of Angkor Wat In Cambodia

by yudaica2013 ·

World Heritage program as a summer fairy tale from there are many 73 EUR world heritage sites, but the jungle temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, once the largest human settlement, and over the centuries lost, fascinated adventurers like cultural travelers alike. The Asia travel specialist ID travel world offers September including a three day adventure & exploration program in Siem Reap and Angkor Wat. Included here 2 nights in the middle-class hotel with breakfast, transfers from / to Siem Reap airport, entrance fees and transfers during the program and an expert guide during the visits as well as a 24-hour site tour guide for emergencies. Package costs the 3 days / 2 nights including the described services EUR 73,-per person in a double room. The extra charge for accommodation in a single room is a total 22 EUR. The offer is valid for bookings until 30.06.2011 and stays from now until September 30, 2011. The excursion program includes guided tours and visits of 1992 as the World Heritage declared Angkor Wat temple, as well as the jewel of Khmer architecture, the Khmer national symbol, Angkor Thom. Also visit the relief Temple of Bayon, the elephant terrace, as well as the of the leper King.

A highlight of the photo and famous movie set is the TA Phrom still partly overgrown by the jungle. Atmospheric images and a change of pace that is colonial Siem Reap with his so-called French Quarter, lovingly restored trading houses from the 17th century, where today scene restaurants, all sorts of Khmer souvenir shops and colourful markets alternate and provide plenty of entertainment. The program can be combined with all other travel components of the ID tour operator travel world, and is among other things an ideal complement to a Thailand or Viet Nam travel.

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