This is the first time for you to come in Cambodia, and you are about to finally witness the majesty of the Angkor Temples, which are worldwide known. But did you know, apart of the Angkor Temples, the Kingdom of Cambodia has a lot more to offer? That’s why at the Mulberry Boutique Hotel, we spent a lot of time optimizing for our customers different kinds of Tours you can do during your visit, with our experienced english-speaking drivers. Everything is possible, everything can be personalized!

                                                Mr Tom, our expert Tour Guide and car driver

You can choose to go either with:
-A/C car 4 seats with driver
-A/C minivan 12 seats
-Tuk Tuk with driver

For your information, the tickets to visit the Angkor Temples cost 37USD/person for one day, and 62USD/person for three days. Your driver will bring you to the ticketing before any visit.

Day One: Small tour

For your first day of touring, we would like to recommend you our most popular choice, where you will visit the famous areas in Angkor Wat. It takes approximatively a half-day to do the Tour (depending on the time you spend in the temples).

                                                 Ta Prohm Temple

 Morning start at 8 am.
– To Visit Angkor Thom including:
– Bayon Temple
– Baphuon Temple
– Phimeanakas Temple
– Terrace of the Elephants and Terrace of the Leper King.
– Ta Keo Temple
– Ta Prohm (famous from the Tomb Raider movie).
– Angkor Wat Temple
– Sunset at Phnom Bakheng Temple (Optional) In the evening

Day Two: Grand tour (including Banteay Srey)

For the lovers of the Khmer Empire architecture, this the second tour we propose to our customers, still in the Angkor Wat Area. It covers a larger distance and the driver will show you wonderful temples, sometimes where the nature took the advantage.

                                                 Banteay Srey Temple

 Morning start at 8.00am
– Preah Khan
– Neak Poan
– Ta Som
– Banteay Srey
 Afternoon start @ after your lunch break (with the local restaurant near the temple)
– Banteay Samre
– Pre Rup

Day Three: Rolous group and Flooded Forest (Khom Pong Pluk)

(only by A/C minivan or A/C car)

We propose this tour for our customers that want to visit the temples near the Tonle Sap, the biggest lake in South East Asia. You will aswell have the opportunity to take a canoe to get to floating villages on the Lake, and witness the cambodian fishermen life from the nearest.

                                                 The floating villages on the Tonle Sap

 Morning start @ 08:00am
– Visit Rolous Group with three major temples such as:
– Preah Ko
– Bakong
– Lolei
– Kompong Phluk (the village on the lake)

Countryside life Tour with Ox or buffalo cart trek

Ever thought of doing trekking in the Cambodian countryside? With Ox or Buffalo cart, you will visit beautiful rice fields, seasonal farming activities and other daily activities of local people. We can guarantee you a total change of scenery with the beautiful landscapes!

The Tour includes English speaking driver with Tuk Tuk, Ox or Buffalo cart, water accomodation.

                                     A woman traditionnally working in the Silk Farm

Other interesting areas to visit that use different temple tickets:

• Beng Melea (72kilometers, by 4 seats car)
• Kulen Mountain (by 4 seats car)
• Kom Pong Pluk Floating Village (by 4 seats car)
• The Silk Farm (by 4 seats car)
• Beng Melea + Banteay Srey (by 4 seats car)

                                                The waterfall in Kulen Mountain

We definitely have a lot to make you discover around Siem Reap and at Mulberry Boutique Hotel, we will be the most grateful to help you out with any of your inquiries! Did you know you can do visits by Helicopter in Cambodia? Or that you have the possibility to do Photo Tours? Visit the Angkor National Museum? Cooking classes or Cambodian Street food Tours?

Don’t hesitate to contact us to know more about our prices for the tours. Let us do it, we will organize everything for YOU.

Our warmest greetings from Angkor Wat!