Breakfast is at hotel. We’re journeying out at 8.00am to visit one of Cambodia’s national parks - popularly known as “Phnom Kulen” where you see the famous, beautiful waterfall in Siem Reap. Phnom Kulen (Mountain of Lychee) situates about 57km with approx. 1 hour drive, the site is regarded as the holy mountain for religious significance to Hindus and Buddhists and was the significant home of the ancient Khmer Empire when King Jayavarma II proclaimed independence from Java in 804 CE. The journey provides nice views of rice paddies, countryside dotting with palm trees and cattle. We will have a short visit at Preah Dak market to witness daily life of people selling their vegetables, meat and exchange the trades.
Enjoy the walking tour to see the giant reclining Buddha statue on the hilltop along with breathtaking, spectacular views and learn from your tour guide about historical site. Resume walking within the jungle to witness religious Hindu of the riverbed of 1000 linga carvings, next we move to observe the sacred ground-pool before we head to relax near the waterfall. From then, it is your own free time for cooling down, bathing, swimming and enjoying local lunch and fresh coconut juice nearby (own account). On the way back, we have a short visit at palm sugar village and other various local handicrafts.
Evening, transfer to have Khmer set dinner followed by traditional Apsara dance performance at a selected local restaurant.
Overnight in Siem Reap.