ANCIENT ANGKOR
3 DAY PASS – Explore the temples of the vast UNESCO World Heritage sites of Ancient Angkor, legendary civilizations and Buddhist customs. Includes Sunrise at Angkor Wat and Temple Champagne Sunset.

DAILY YOGA
Daily Meditation & Yoga practice under the magnificent Bodhi tree in a local Buddhist Monastery. Be treated to a personal Monk Blessing. (All levels welcome – no experience  necessary)

KHMER CULTURE
Experience the Cambodian Bon Om Tuk water festival with the locals, celebrating the end of the monsoon season. Enjoy the competition of the Dragon Boat races over two days

ANANTARA ANGKOR RESORT
Be pampered from the moment you step out of your TukTuk and into the amazing Anantara Angkor Resort. Match the majesty of the wonders of Angkor with Anantara’s signature all-suite experience. Every part of your journey is designed for ease and comfort, from airport pickup and rejuvenating foot ritual on arrival, through to your very own Experience Butler.

Rejuvenate in a totaimmersion of Ancient Spirit, Culture, Mindfullness & Yoga

Explore the temples of the vast UNESCO World Heritage sites of Ancient Angkor,legendary civilizations and Buddhist customs. Includes Sunrise and Sunset visits.

Yoga
(All levels welcome, no experience necessary)
Start the day with meditation at Wat Svay Romeat -a Buddhist Monastery Pagoda followed by yoga practice under the Monasteries sacred Bodhi tree

Bon Om Tuk Festival
Experience the Cambodian water festival. The festival celebrates the end of the monsoon, the start of the fishing season & the reversal of the flow of the Tonie Sap River. Enjoy the competition of the Dragon Boat races over two days

Anantara Angkor Resort
Boutique Premier Luxury Suite (Twin Share or Single Suites available), Daily Breakfast, ‘Experience’ Butler

Service, salt water Infinity pool, Daily L-Lounge Happy Hour featuring a wider variety of beverages and Asian Tapas, Complimentary handy phone, mini bar, daily seasonal fruit, complimentary Wifi, 1 x 30 minute complimentary Anantara Spa & Massage, Complimentary Tuk Tuk Service
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Limited Spaces Available

ANANTARA ANGKOR RESORT, SIEM REAP

PHARE CAMBODIAN CIRCUS
TRANSFORMING THE LIVES OF CAMBODIAN YOUTH

Phare Circus

Phare, The Cambodian Circus is one of Cambodia’s most innovative social enterprise models. Profits generated through ticket, refreshment, merchandise and private performance sales support the free education, professional arts training and social support programs of Phare Ponleu Selpak in Battambang.

Uniquely Cambodian, Daringly Modern, Phare shows are unlike any in the world: theater, dance, original live music and breathtaking circus arts are used to tell uniquely Cambodian stories.

Phare artists train at Phare Ponleu Selpak, a school in Battambang that provides free public education & arts training to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Started by nine young Cambodian refugees returning home after the fall of the Khmer Rouge.


BON OM TOUK
WATER FESTIVAL (Included)

Tuesday November 11 – 12

In November Cambodia erupts into one of the biggest celebrations of the year with Bon Om Touk, otherwise known as the Cambodian Water Festival.

Cambodia Water Festival History

The annual festival marks the end of Cambodia’s monsoon season, which often coincides with the reversal of Cambodia’s Tonle Sap River and the resultant flooding of the Tonle Sap lake. Cambodia Water Festival has been celebrated in Cambodia since as early as the 13th century, and signifies a celebration of water as an invaluable, life-giving resource: when the lake floods, it becomes a significant source of fish, and the surrounding farmland benefits from an increased surplus of minerals from the lake. The annual three-day Water Festival competes with the Khmer New Year for being the most important holiday for Cambodians.

Cambodia Water Festival – Bon Om Touk is celebrated throughout Cambodia — though the size of the celebrations varies depending on location. A smaller Water Festival is held around Angkor Wat.

Bon Om Touk is a non-religious celebration. Several events — such as the boat races, which are said to celebrate a Khmer military victory in the 12th century — have cultural and historical precedent.

EMBASSY RESTAURANT
KHMER GASTRONOMY

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16

FAREWELL CLOSING DINNER (Included)

Embassy Restaurant

Executive chefs Pol & Sok, the ‘Kimsan Twins’ are the creative force behind Embassy – owned & operated by an all-female team.  Their passion for cooking and extensive experience has taken them all over the globe – even under the guidance of Michelin starred French Chef Regis Marcon.

A six course closing dinner, discovering the magnificent flavours available in the Kingdom of Wonder.

Embassy Restaurant fine dining in Siem Reap is your gateway to discover the Cambodia Gastronomy.

Located in King’s Road Angkor Village, Embassy promises to wow guests with a gastronomy dining experience that’s unmatched in Siem Reap. We’re not “just another restaurant” in what is already a fairly packed Siem Reap market. Embassy is truly unique, offering a three-star gastronomic experience within a multiple-course set menu crafted by our Executive Chef team, the “Kimsan Twins,” that showcases modern Khmer cuisine and its flavours. The “Active Menu” is regularly changed, on a monthly basis, to continue to always make our guests discover more about the Khmer gastronomy during dinner with us. This is then paired with matching wines to produce an end result that is a meticulously crafted taste sensation.

Embassy Restaurant is a Cambodian restaurant experience you won’t forget!

2018 Farewell Degustation