4D3N Phnom Penh Muslim Tour

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PACKAGE PRICE PER PERSON
FULL
Adult Single Occupancy RM240
Adult Twin RM1,769
Child With Bed RM1,419
Child Without Bed RM1,269
AIRLINES DEPARTURE DATE
28 April – 1 May 2017
FLIGHT DETAIL
DAY DESTINATION FLIGHT ETD ETA
 01  KUL > PNH MH 754 0900 1000
 04  PNH > KUL MH 755 1110 1400
ACCOMMODATION
PHNOM PENH SAMNANG LAOR HOTEL ( Deluxe Room ) ****

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Return economy air ticket by Malaysia Airlines.
  • All airport taxes & fuel surcharge.
  • 03 nights accommodations based on twin share/single.
  • Daily buffet breakfast.
  • Meal lunch & dinner with Halal food as per itinerary at local halal restaurant.
  • Private transportation as per itinerary with English tour guide/driver guide.
  • Cool water during the tour.
  • Sunset Cruise.
  • Tour as program with entrance fees, toll & parking.
  • Tipping for tour guide, driver & hotel porter.
  • Tour escort from KAG Travel Sdn Bhd.

PACKAGE EXCLUDES:

  • All personal expenses during the travel.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Others item not mentioned in itinerary.
  • Optional tours.

CHILD POLICY:

  • Children above 10 years old will noted as Adult.
  • Children With Bed (valid for children approx. Age 06 – 11 years old).
  • Children Without Bed (valid for children approx. Age 03 – 05 years old).
ITINERARY

DAY 01 : Lunch / Dinner
KUALA LUMPUR > PHNOM PENH
Assembly at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) for departure flight to Phnom Penh. Upon arrival Phnom Penh International Airport. Warmly welcome by our driver, and then transfer you, we come face to face with the horrific crimes of the Khmer Rouge. Tuol Sleng was a former high school that the Khmer Rouge turned into a centre for interrogation, torture and death. Today it is a museum of torture and serves to remind visitors of the terrible atrocities that came to pass in Cambodia. 17,000 people passed through the gates of this prison and only seven lived to tell the tale. After lunch, we travel to the Russian Market, one of the premier shopping destinations in the Cambodian capital. Known as Psar Tuol Tom Pong, it earned its nickname in the 1980s, when Russians were the only tourists in Cambodia. A rambling place, it is bursting with bargains, including handicrafts, carvings, silk and textiles, clothing and footwear, and lots of pirated software, CDs and DVDs, not forgetting enough motorcycle parts to assemble a homemade moped. After dinner, transfer to hotel for check in & rest. Overnight at Phnom Penh.

DAY 02 : Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
PHNOM PENH > KILLING FIELD > WAT PHNOM
After your breakfast, We explore the stunning Royal Palace complex, home to the Cambodian royal family and a symbol of the nation. We begin amid the beautiful royal gardens, landscaped with tropical plants and studded with gleaming spires. We enter the Throne Hall where the royal receptions are held and the Cambodian king’s coronation took place. We then pass the Napoleon III Pavilion made from iron, a gift from the French emperor in the 19th century. We continue to the Silver Pagoda, named after the 5000 silver tiles covering the floor, each weighing 1kg. Inside are some of the country’s most cherished treasures, including a life-size gold Buddha studded with 9584 diamonds, the largest weighing 25 carats. We leave the Royal Palace and continue to the nearby National Museum, home to the world’s finest collection of sculpture from the Angkor period. The exquisite building was completed between 1917 and 1920 and features a lush courtyard garden surrounded by collections from the pre-Angkor, Angkor and post-Angkor periods. We concentrate on the incredible sandstone sculpture from Angkor, as well as the intricate bronzes. After lunch, we then travel out of town to the Killing Fields of Choeng Ek. Prisoners from Tuol Sleng followed this same route to their fate. An old Chinese cemetery, Choeng Ek was turned into an extermination camp for political prisoners. The remains of 8985 people were exhumed from mass graves and are kept in a memorial stupa here. Despite the horrors of the past, it is a peaceful place to go and a tranquil spot to reflect on the tragic events that engulfed Cambodia and its people. We then make for Wat Phnom, a symbol of the city. Located on one of the few hills in this pancake-flat capital, the first pagoda was originally built in 1373 to house Buddha statues discovered in the Mekong by a woman named Penh. This gives us the modern name of the city, Phnom Penh or Hill of Penh. Cambodians come to the shrine to pray for luck in love and life, employment and exams, so there it is always a bustling place. Lunch & Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Phnom Penh.

DAY 03 : Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
PHNOM PENH > UDONG > SUNSET CRUISE
After your breakfast, We leave Phnom Penh on National Highway 5 and travel to the former Cambodian capital of Udong. The capital from 1618 to 1866, we explore the sacred hills here, which include historic pagodas and several stupas containing the remains of Cambodia’s former kings. There are panoramic views over the Cambodian countryside in every direction. After an extensive visit to this historic place, we return to the Cambodian capital. After lunch, Visit Mosque at Chrang Chamras in Russey Keo. In the late afternoon, we board a local boat for a sunset cruise on the river. We set off on the Tonle Sap River, which famously reverses direction each year, acting as the world’s largest natural flood barrier for the Mekong River. We cruise past the Royal Palace compound and around the Chrouy Changvar Peninsular on to the mighty Mekong River. We cruise past small villages and see fishing boats preparing their catch. We return to Phnom Penh after dark. Lunch & Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Phnom Penh.

DAY 04 : Breakfast
PHNOM PENH > KUALA LUMPUR
After breakfast at hotel. Free till time transfer to airport for taking a flight back to your country. It’s timely; we have to say Good-Bye Cambodia.

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