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Overview

Escape to a multicountry discovery on board superlative private jet tours linking the captivating ancient kingdoms of Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia. Stopover at UNESCO-listed Luang Prabang, visit the Angkor temples with an archeologist and soar over hill tribe villages of Chiang Rai on a helicopter ride.

Trip Highlights

Royal Kingdoms, Past and Present by Private Jet

Discover Chiang Rai’s special elephant sanctuary

Visit Elephant Valley for an exclusive experience of spending quality time with these amazing animals in a natural and responsible environment.

Luang Prabang on Vintage Car

Explore UNESCO World Heritage town and learn about Laos’ rich and colourful culture, while enjoying a glass of prosecco in the comforts of a 1969 Mercedes Benz.

Spend leisurely days at Cambodia’s south

Escape to true wilderness and with exclusive stays at private properties like Six Senses Krabey Island and Shinta Mani Wild.

Itinerary

1

Bangkok

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and a free morning to kick back and relax at The Siam. 

Be picked up at the hotel at 14:00. Start the afternoon with the visit of the Grand Palace, which has served as the seat of Thailand’s revered Royal family for more than two centuries. Take a walk around the vast grounds, stopping to explore the various temples, throne halls, the Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddhist image in Thailand and museums within the compound with a particular focus on Queen Sirikit Museum. For those who want a more exclusive visit, a curator from this remarkable museum will be a personal guide through the exhibit. Not only does the visit showcase high fashion but it also chronicles the Queen’s life and state visits.

On the way to Wat Pho, enjoy a coffee break in an authentic café.

Go behind the scenes for a closer look at Buddhist culture. Continue the journey with a trip to Wat Pho which is one of Bangkok’s most enchanting temples. Take a walk around Wat Pho and see the vast collection of religious treasures on display. Admire the famed Reclining Buddha image, which stretches 45-metres in length. Learn about the symbolism of the Buddha’s intricate footprint and witness devotees making offerings to this revered image.

Enjoy the afternoon monks chants. Witness this deeply spiritual ritual and gain a better sense of Thailand’s Buddhist heritage.

Following the tour of these iconic Bangkok monuments, return to the hotel.

In the evening, enjoy dinner at one of the restaurants that received the Plate Award from Michelin Guide Thailand, Chon Thai Restaurant located at the ground floor of the Siam Hotel. Set within a cluster of three, century-old Thai teakwood houses, enjoy the Siam’s revival of traditional, home-cooked Thai cuisine.  

Overnight in Bangkok.

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Bangkok

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and a free morning to kick back and relax at The Siam. 

Be picked up at the hotel at 14:00. Start the afternoon with the visit of the Grand Palace, which has served as the seat of Thailand’s revered Royal family for more than two centuries. Take a walk around the vast grounds, stopping to explore the various temples, throne halls, the Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddhist image in Thailand and museums within the compound with a particular focus on Queen Sirikit Museum. For those who want a more exclusive visit, a curator from this remarkable museum will be a personal guide through the exhibit. Not only does the visit showcase high fashion but it also chronicles the Queen’s life and state visits.

On the way to Wat Pho, enjoy a coffee break in an authentic café.

Go behind the scenes for a closer look at Buddhist culture. Continue the journey with a trip to Wat Pho which is one of Bangkok’s most enchanting temples. Take a walk around Wat Pho and see the vast collection of religious treasures on display. Admire the famed Reclining Buddha image, which stretches 45-metres in length. Learn about the symbolism of the Buddha’s intricate footprint and witness devotees making offerings to this revered image.

Enjoy the afternoon monks chants. Witness this deeply spiritual ritual and gain a better sense of Thailand’s Buddhist heritage.

Following the tour of these iconic Bangkok monuments, return to the hotel.

In the evening, enjoy dinner at one of the restaurants that received the Plate Award from Michelin Guide Thailand, Chon Thai Restaurant located at the ground floor of the Siam Hotel. Set within a cluster of three, century-old Thai teakwood houses, enjoy the Siam’s revival of traditional, home-cooked Thai cuisine.  

Overnight in Bangkok.

3

Bangkok – Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai Airport – Pa Sak Tong (19.8 km): 30 min

Breakfast at the hotel. Be met by the guide at the hotel and transferred to the airport for a private jet flight to Chiang Rai.

Upon arrival in Chiang Rai, be met by the guide and transferred for a half-day excursion.

First, visit Wat Rong Khun, or the White Temple. Designed by the artist Chalermchai Kositpipat, Wat Rong Khun is a spectacular temple made from white glass.

Following this, journey to a special elephant sanctuary, Elephant Valley for an exclusive experience of being able to spend quality time with these amazing animals in a natural environment. Elephants are observed, not ridden. Be escorted by the manager of the sanctuary and learn about the various aspects of elephant behaviour along with the process of reintroducing them back to the wild. This is not only an eye-opening experience but the opportunity to be close to these giants and understand how intelligent they are.

Check in at Pa Sak Tong, the super luxurious accommodation in Chiang Rai.

In the evening, dinner at the Locus Native Food Lab. Here, it’s all about native products, and it’s not limited to the food. From the first glance at the hybrid clay-concrete house with its cogon grass roof of the mat of plaited yang plant, the owner’s appreciation of local craftsmanship becomes apparent. While enjoying dinner, Chef Kongwuth the head chef will attentively tell the story behind each dish served.

Overnight in Chiang Rai.

4

Chiang Rai

Breakfast at hotel and be picked up in a private, air-conditioned luxury vehicle by a guided for exploring the interesting historical tour focusing on Thailand’s most northern region; the Golden Triangle.

Begin with a visit to Chiang Sean, a sleepy town that sits on the mighty Mekong River across from Laos. This was once the center of power of the mighty Lanna Kingdom beginning some 1,400 years ago. There are spectacular ruins and a branch of the Thai National Museum here. Next, take a short drive to picturesque Chiang Sean Lake, where a quiet gourmet picnic lunch will be served. This is a nature reserve and a favourite place for bird watchers. Then, take a short drive along the Mekong River to the infamous Golden Triangle, where Myanmar, Laos and Thailand meet. The region, once famous for its thriving opium trade now derives its income from tourism and casinos.

The last stop of the tour is at the famous Hall of Opium. The hall is a project of the Princess Mother’s Mae Fah Luang Foundation to educate and illustrate the effects of Opium on this region of Thailand. The Hall has been heralded as a must see by many well-known travel writers. Then, return to the hotel.

Overnight in Chiang Rai.

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Chiang Rai

After breakfast at the hotel, leave the town behind for a day and take a helicopter flight to the hills to explore authentic tribal lifestyle in Mae Salong. Head towards a unique hilltribe village, Hloyo Village, a small community of Akha hill tribes where the real way of life and surrounding nature can be experienced.

(Note: The helicopter flight must be booked at last 10 days in advance before the travel date.)

Upon arrival at Hloyo Village, receive warm greetings from the village headman and the villagers of Hloyo, and the local host will give an insight about the Akha people which includes their beliefs, religions, traditions, and ways of life. Visit the Akha Museum uniquely built in a mud house with recycled bottles as windows. Once entering, guests will feel the scent of the beautiful history of Akha people.

Following this, take a tour exploring the community and their local lifestyle together with a local guide. See traditional bamboo houses in Akha style where local people use their wisdom to build their own house. Then enjoy hands-on tribal crafts with locals. Later, partake in a cooking class for some signature Akha dishes. Get involved and help in the kitchen! Enjoy home-cooked local lunch with the local host while exchanging stories. 

After lunch, it is time to say goodbye to the host family, the community and new friends. Depart Hloyo Village and return to the hotel.

In the evening, it’s time for a farewell dinner! Relax and enjoy a private traditional Thai show with the best dancers in the country accompanied by traditional Thai musicians playing Northern Thai songs on historic instruments. The show is performed while a candlelight dinner is served on the balcony. The dancing is followed by lighting Thai lanterns and sending them off to the night sky for good luck.

Overnight in Chiang Rai.

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Chiang Rai Departure

Pa Sak Tong – Chiang Rai Airport (19.8 km): 30 min Luang Prabang Airport – Luang Prabang (4 km): 15 min

After breakfast at the hotel, checkout and be picked up from the hotel in a private, air-conditioned luxury vehicle for a guided transfer to the airport for the private jet flight to Laos.

Upon landing At Luang Prabang Airport, a representative will be present to do the VIP Visa Fast Track for all participants. Please have a passport, 1 ID photo and the cost of the visa (based on nationality) ready in cash.

Upon arrival to Luang Prabang, our guide and driver will be waiting to provide transport to the hotel for check in.

In the late afternoon, transfer to the home of Tiao Nithakhong Somsanith, a member of the former reigning royal family, for a unique encounter.

Although having spent a great deal of his life living, studying and working abroad, Tiao Nith has held on to his childhood memories and he has deep passion for Lao folk arts. He is a self-taught folk artist and feels it is a special gift that has been passed on to him from many generations.

Since his return to Laos, Tiao Nith devotes his time to traditional arts and education programs for the community with the mission to preserve and promote the cultural and artistic heritage of Laos.

 Tiao Nith is known for his work in the art of gold thread embroidery of the royal Lao palace. He also practices wood carving and painting.

This encounter is an excellent occasion to discuss about lost arts and handicrafts of Laos, as well as Tiao Nith’s work into trying to revive and protect the remaining traditions.

To end the encounter, the former Prince will do a private blessing in his private living room.

This evening, enjoy dinner at Manda de Laos, one of the best tables in Laos. Manda de Laos is enveloped by the historic beauty of three lotus ponds, registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995, creating an immersive tropical ambiance. The dining area overlooks a magical display of lotus blossoms and floating lilies, while the changing colours of the sky through to dusk, allows guests to dine in candlelit serenity under the stars.

If travelling as a couple, ask to be seated at the Lovers’ table situated in the middle of the pond.

Overnight in Luang Prabang.

7

Luang Prabang

Start the day by exploring Luang Prabang with a knowledgeable local guide by Vintage Car. Visit the highlights of this UNESCO World Heritage site and also learn about Laos’ rich, colourful culture, while enjoying a glass of prosecco in the comforts of a Mercedes -Benz 280S from 1969.

Kick off the Luang Prabang half day tour at the former Royal Palace, a centrally-located building that now serves as the National Museum. Venture through the corridors and see intriguing displays of historical relics and informative exhibits.

Then take a short walk to neighbouring Wat Mai, a Buddhist temple whose gold-covered bas relief is an incredible piece of craftsmanship. While here, learn about Buddhism and how its influence pervades the local culture.

Continue through the streets of downtown Luang Prabang to Wat Sensoukarahm, a temple noted for its dazzling gold façade. The final visit is Wat Xieng Thong, one of the oldest and most revered temples in the country. The temple is situated on the tip of the city’s peninsula and is filled with ornate carvings and mosaics that have withstood the test of time. Wrap up the Luang Prabang half day tour with a better understanding of this charming, northern Laos city.

Lunch at Khaiphaen Restaurant, a Friends International initiative for marginalised kids.

This afternoon, meet a member of the TAEC (Traditional Arts and Ethnology Center) to learn about Lao Ethnic diversity, textiles and shaman rituals and a museum visit for around 1.5 hours.

Meet Dr. Marie-Pierre Lissoir is an ethnomusicologist who dedicated her PhD to the musical traditions of the Tai Dam ethnic group of Houaphan Province, in northeastern Laos.  Dr. Lissoir will give guests a fascinating insight into spirit healing traditions of this ethnic group, including video, photos, and personal stories from her research.

Spend the rest of the afternoon at leisure and relax and enjoy the hotel facilities.

Transfer to Heritage House, the setting for this evening’s cultural immersion. This stunning colonial era building oozes with old world charm and elegance- it is no wonder that it was certified as a UNESCO World Heritage building in 1995. Exceptionally, the museum doors will be open for a visit of private collections of personal belongings.

Having visited the property, it is time for dinner. The evening’s meal is catered by L’Elephant, one of the top restaurants in Laos. Delicious Lao dishes and fusion cuisine will be served in the evocative setting of the Heritage House. There is time after dinner to peruse the exhibits on display at Heritage House to learn more about the history and culture of Laos.

The final event of the evening is a traditional dance show. This graceful performance is accompanied by a local orchestra and reflects the rich traditions of Laos. Witnessing the show in this unique setting with a small audience is truly a memorable experience.

After this unforgettable cultural evening, return to the hotel for a good night’s sleep.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

8

Luang Prabang

Begin this spiritual experience in Luang Prabang with a late morning rise with ample time to fully enjoy breakfast at the hotel.

Then transfer to the riverside and cross the Mekong River to a small village where Buddhist traditions are an integral part of daily life. Today, cruise onboard one of the most luxurious boats of Luang Prabang, the charming I Mekong Cruiser.

Connect with the spiritual side of Laos by spending a morning immersed in Buddhist life. Prepare offerings and present them to orange-robed monks in a serene donation ceremony. Meet with monks to discuss Buddhism and join them in a guided meditation session at their hillside temple.

Make a khan dok mai, a traditional donation made of marigolds and palm leaves, which will be given later as an offering to the Head Monk.

The Head Monk will lead a session of guided meditation. This tranquil temple is the perfect place to meditate and refresh the mind and soul. Once done, the head monk usually offers time for guests to relax and fully sense the present moment.

Feel free to ask any questions as the friendly monks are very open and will share their views on spirituality as well as explain their daily routines and activities. Take time to discuss Buddhism with a few of them.

With a relaxed mind and deeper spiritual understanding of Laos, continue the journey downstream to the Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden.

The garden is a regional research centre, which is not only home to the first living collection of the flora of Laos, but also provides education to local schoolchildren and the general public about nature. Pha Tad Ke is a project that our non-profit affiliation, EXO Foundation, proudly supports.

Upon arrival at Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden, receive a short presentation about the gardens. Continue with a walk through the Ginger Garden and Ethno-botanic Garden, which acts as the site’s centrepiece.

Discover the great variety of medicinal plants with elaborate explanations on the origins, usage and local terms. This traditional medicine is still widely used in Laos, and is also used in some aspects of their spiritual and shamanic properties.

Enjoy a delicious Deluxe Ethno-botanical Set Lunch at the Pha Tad Ke café .

Cruise back in Luang Prabang at 14:00 and enjoy the rest of the afternoon at leisure to use the hotel Spa and pool.

Before dinner, be taken by the guide through the Night Market to find  local gifts and handicrafts. There is also a variety of quality boutiques to stop by before making the way to Paste.

This evening,  the farewell dinner will be at Paste, the first (and only) restaurant in Laos opened by a Michelin star chef. This story is about historical Lao food, with the layered flavour and texture for which Paste has been acclaimed. In keeping with Paste’s award winning formula, Paste Lao Food is built on the recipes of the great Phia Sing, adhering to 80% of his authentic historical Lao recipes, while employing 20% creativity to layer and shape the dishes into modern masterpieces.

Overnight in Luang Prabang.

9

Luang Prabang Departure

This morning, take some time to enjoy the town for some last-minute shopping while the guide handles the VIP Airport Check-In before 10:30 departure. Please do provide a passport and check-in luggage to our representative at reception 3 hours prior to the flight departure. The representative will take care of the airport check-in and immigration service in advance to enjoy the stay in Laos without having to rush or bother with paperwork.

Leave the hotel only 1 hour prior to departure time.

Be met by the guide and private car at the hotel and be transferred to the airport for the departing flight.

Fast Track Arrival: On arrival in Siem Reap be greeted by a travel representative at the door to expedite the arrival process.  Outside the terminal, be met by a local English speaking guide and then transferred to the hotel for check-in. Spend the remainder of the day free at leisure and enjoy the spectacular resort or choose to explore Siem Reap town independently. (The guide and driver will be at disposal).

This evening, enjoy dinner at Embassy Restaurant, an exclusive fine dining experience unparalleled in Siem Reap. Embassy is operated by executive chefs Pol & Sok, also known as the Kimsan Twins, whose experience has taken them to different continents and under the mentoring of Michelin starred chefs they have created one of the most unique five-star quality cuisines that can be experienced in Siem Reap. With a constantly changing menu based around seasonality, savour skillfully prepared masterpieces from multiple-course set menus, paired with a selection of fine wines.

Overnight in Siem Reap at Phum Baitang Super Deluxe

in Pool Villa with ABF for 3 nights

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Siem Reap

This exceptional day combines two of the most amazing means of experiencing Angkor Wat: first from the air, overlooking the iconic temple and its surroundings from a helicopter, and then with an insider’s perspective of the temple’s features with a private tour with an Angkor Archaeologist.

At 08:00, depart the hotel after breakfast to discover the temples of Angkor from a bird’s eye view of a helicopter. Hop on board for a 30-minute scenic private flight over Angkor Wat and the lesser-known temples scattered in the jungle, before taking a turn towards the mighty Tonlé Sap Lake. See the temples and the floating villages from above will certainly be an intriguing way to see Cambodia!

Soar past all of the must-see sights of Cambodia, including Angkor Wat and the Tonle Sap Lake making it a truly special experience. During this flight, take-in views of Phnom Bok in the Roluos Group including the 9th Century Bakong Temple with its magnificent architecture and picturesque moat. Flying time is approximately 30 minutes.

(Note: The helicopter flight does not fly over Angkor Wat itself as this is prohibited without special permission. However there is a chance to see the famous temple from an excellent angle).

At 13:30 after lunch at the hotel (on own account), return to Angkor Wat with the personal archaeologist guide. Ambling through this sprawling temple, it is easy to see why it has become the symbol of Cambodia. The massive 12th-century structure resembles Mount Meru, mythical home of the gods, and is filled with carvings everywhere. Be awe-inspired by the sheer scale of Angkor Wat, which took nearly 40 years to build, and learn it’s secrets from an expert in Khmer archaeology. With a treasure trove of photos and memories, return to town to freshen up for the evening.

Tonight, enjoy a magical moonlight dinner at Preah An Kau Sai, the only Angkor-era ruins in Siem Reap town. Dine by candlelight beside centuries-old sandstone structures and enjoy tales of discovery about Cambodia through a storytelling performance accompanied by old black and white photography.

At 18:30 be picked up by air-conditioned vehicle from the hotel for a transfer to Wat Preah An Kau Sai, a modern Buddhist pagoda featuring the ruins of a 10th century Angkorian temple. Arrive at the temple just after sunset, with the temple illuminated by torchlight. Then, enjoy a five course Khmer meal, dining under the moon and stars. Presented by Bambu Stage, one of Siem Reap's top cultural performance venues, five stories of Cambodian history will be revealed between each course, discussing the history of Cambodia, the discovery of the temples, and more: after each course is served, a storyteller will recite a tale, accompanied by early photographs of Cambodia, offering insight on Khmer culture and history as the meal and the evening progress.

Note: As the dinner is located within the grounds of an active Buddhist monastery, no alcohol can be served. This experience will not be available on Buddhist holidays.

Overnight in Siem Reap at Phum Baitang Super Deluxe in Pool Villa with ABF for 3 nights

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Siem Reap

After ascending the throne at age 56, the great King Jayavarman VII ruled over Angkor for approximately 40 years. One of the kingdom’s greatest builders, and the first to construct large-scale Buddist temples, Jayavarman VII left a legacy that remains to date. Today, be accompanied by an archaeologist who has studied theses temples extensively, for an exploration unlike any other.

Start the morning of temple exploration at the most illustrious of the small circuit temples, Ta Prohm, arriving just before 07:30 in order to be the first in the temple as it opens. Built in the mid 12th to early 13th centuries during the reign of Jayavarman VII, Ta Prohm is unique in that it remains largely overgrown by jungle. With many parts crumbling to the ground, it is one of the most picturesque Angkor temples.

Next, visit another temple complex built during the reign of Jayavarman VII, Preah Khan. While Ta Prohm was built to honour the king’s mother, Preah Khan was built for his father. Although the Angelina Jolie film was shot at the former temple, Preah Khan is less-visited and more unrestored, and therefore offers more of a ‘Tomb Raider’ experience.

Return to Siem Reap for a midday break, escaping the heat in the hotel room, pool, or spa and have lunch at leisure. Get some rest before returning to the temples in the cooler afternoon hours.

Departing around 15:00, head into the ancient city of Angkor Thom, the last capital of the Great Khmer Empire under the reign of Jayavarman VII. This city is surrounded by an 8m-high wall, drawing a perfect square. Pass over the city moat causeway that is flanked on either side by a row of 54 gods and demons, each holding a sacred naga snake, and through a towering entry gate decorated with three-headed elephants and capped with four smiling faces of the Buddha.

Continue to Bayon temple in the center of the city. This 12th century masterpiece is a study in grandeur and is well-known for its 52 towers with enigmatic faces looking out over the vast provinces of the Great Khmer Empire. The nearby Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King are also must-visits as they are both known for their intricate and unique carvings.

Tonight, enjoy a variety show of traditional Khmer performances while dining on multiple courses of delectable local cuisine. Within a large open-air theatre, under a massive canopy, and facing an expansive stage featuring tropical foliage, a pond, and musical sala, the performance is a combination of Apsara dance, Khmer martial arts performance, and traditional folk dancing. Excellent Khmer cuisine and an entertaining evening show.

Overnight in Siem Reap at Phum Baitang Super Deluxe in Pool Villa with ABF for 3 nights

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Siem Reap - Koh Krabey

Wake up in the early hours of the morning and drive through the darkness to the Angkor Archaeological Park for sunrise Champagne breakfast. Select a good viewpoint on the landing platform of the Sras Srang, known as the Royal Bath, and watch the sunrise over the 700 metre-long pool built by the great King Jayavarman VII. Behind, atop the entrance to Banteay Kdei temple, there is the smiling face of the King in the likeness of the Buddha that emerges from darkness as it is bathed in the early morning light: an unforgettable experience.

After breakfast, check out of the hotel, freshen up, and be transferred to the airport for the onward flight to Sihanoukville.

Upon arrival at Sihanoukville International Airport, transfer by land to Ream National Park where the Six Senses private pier is located.

Take a private boat to Six Senses Krabey Island. The duration of the boat is approximately 15 mins.

Overnight on Koh Krabey at Six Senses Krabey Island Super Deluxe in Ocean Pool Villa Suite with ABF for 3 nights

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Koh Krabey

Breakfast at the hotel.

Enjoy the day at leisure, perhaps with an optional activity, such as diving, snorkelling, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and island-hopping boat trips. Contact your Travel Consultant for more details. Supplementary charges included. 

Overnight on Koh Krabey at Six Senses Krabey Island Super Deluxe in Ocean Pool Villa Suite with ABF for 3 nights

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Koh Krabey

Breakfast at the hotel.

Enjoy the day at leisure, perhaps with an optional activity, such as diving, snorkelling, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and island-hopping boat trips. Contact your Travel Consultant for more details. Supplementary charges included. 

Overnight on Koh Krabey at Six Senses Krabey Island Super Deluxe in Ocean Pool Villa Suite with ABF for 3 nights

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Koh Krabey - Shinta Mani Wild

Phnom Penh - Shinta Mani Wild (129 km): 3hrs 40 mins

Breakfast at hotel

At 09:00 transfer from the island to the mainland and onto the airport and be transferred by private helicopter to Shinta Mani Wild.

Shinta Mani Wild is situated in a protected river valley between three national parks - Kirirom, Bokor and Cardamom, which together make up one of the greatest wilderness areas in Southeast Asia - this stunning property offers a truly unique experience. The lodge provides guests luxury, safari-style accommodation, whilst maintaining its focus on the conservation of its magnificent surroundings and working together with local communities. The luxurious tent is suspended above the river and features hardwood floors with opulent furnishings and vibrant injections of colour.

Spend the day free at leisure and choose from a variety of optional activities including  going on patrol with rangers from the Wildlife Alliance, cruising on the river by boat and kayak with a riverside BBQ, foraging in the forest for local edibles with the resort’s head chef, taking a nature walk, or enjoying the spa.

Overnight in Sihanoukville at Shinta Mani Wild 6* Tent in Wild Tent with full board for 3 nights

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Shinta Mani Wild

Spend the day free at leisure and enjoy the resort’s amenities or choose from a variety of resort activities.

Overnight in Sihanoukville at Shinta Mani Wild 6* Tent in Wild Tent with full board for 3 nights

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Shinta Mani Wild

Spend the day free at leisure and enjoy the resort’s amenities or choose from a variety of resort activities.

Overnight in Sihanoukville at Shinta Mani Wild 6* Tent in Wild Tent with full board for 3 nights

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DEPARTURE

After breakfast, depart by helicopter to Phnom Penh International Airport for the onward flight.

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