Château d’Angkor La Résidence

Oum Chhay Street, Mondull II Village, Svay Dangkum Commune, Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia.

At Château d’Angkor La Résidence, we provide wide-range of tours and transportation arrangement such as:

-          Trip to Angkor Wat and the Angkor complex

-          Trip to Banteay Srei Temple

-          Trip to Kbal Spean

-          Trip to Phnom Kulen

-          Trip to Beng Melea

-          Trip to Rolous Group

-          Trip to Koh Ker

-          Trip to Silk Farm

-          City tour and other tourist attractions in Siem Reap. 

The prices of tour activities, generally, based on destination - and they are reasonably priced.

TOUR OPTIONS

OPTION 1: MINI TOUR CIRCUIT

You will visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Baphuon, Elephant Terrace, Ta Keo, Ta Prohm and Banteay Kdei, and then you can have lunch at local restaurant around the temple area.

You will continue to visit the Angkor Wat which is the most famous temple in Angkor site. Angkor Wat was built by the King Suryavarman II (1113 - 1150) to dedicate to God 'Vishnu'. 

TRANSPORTATION

Tuk Tuk = USD 18.00; Car = USD 33.00; Minivan = USD 40.00

TOUR GUIDE

English Speaking = USD 37.00; French Speaking = USD 60.00

REMARKS

- The above prices DON'T include any temple entrance fee, meal, boat ticket. . . ect.

- Tour is available within the time frame (8:00AM - 17:00) and within the destination stated. If the temples are not so interesting you, you may finish the tour before 17:00.  

- Maximum person for a Tuk Tuk is 3 persons, for a Car is 3 persons, and for minivan is 6 persons. 

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OPTION 2: GRAND TOUR CIRCUIT

You will visit the Preah Khan, which is known as an old temporary city of the king Jayavarman VII (1181-1218). Then, you will continue to Neak Pean. This temple was one of the 102 ancient hospitals of the King Jayavarman VII. After visiting Neak Pean, you will continue to see Ta Som that’s built at the end of the 12th century for King Jayavarman VII.

You will then continue to visit East Mebon. This temple was built during the reign of King Rajendravarman, it stands on what was an artificial island at the center of the now dry East Baray reservoir. The East Mebon was dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva and honors the parents of the king. Before coming back to the town, you will visit Pre Rup. This temple is a Hindu temple that’s built as the state temple of Khmer king Rajendravarman.  

TRANSPORTATION

Tuk Tuk = USD 19.00; Car = USD 38.00; Minivan = USD 45.00

TOUR GUIDE

English Speaking = USD 37.00; French Speaking = USD 60.00

REMARKS

- The above prices DON'T include any temple entrance fee, meal, boat ticket. . . ect.

- Tour is available within the time frame (8:00AM - 17:00) and within the destination stated. If the temples are not so interesting you, you may finish the tour before 17:00.  

- Maximum person for a Tuk Tuk is 3 persons, for a Car is 3 persons, and for minivan is 6 persons. 

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OPTION 3: BANTEAY SREI AND GRAND TOUR CIRCUIT

You will depart straight to the north of Siem Reap city (37 Km) to visit Banteay Srei. This temple has been constructed by hard pink sandstones, wonderfully sculpted, perfectly preserved and restored. After that, you will drive back to visit Banteay Samre and Pre Rup. Then you can have lunch at local restaurant around the temple area. 

You will continue to visit Preah Khan, which is known as an old temporary city of the king Jayavarman VII (1181-1218), then you will continue to Neak Pean, which was one of the 102 ancient hospitals of the King Jayavarman VII who built this hospital temple for taking care of people’s health and then you will move to East Mebon, this temple was built by the same king Rajendravarman II (944-967) to dedicate to his ancestors. 

TRANSPORTATION

Tuk Tuk = USD 32.00; Car = USD 52.00; Minivan = USD 59.00

TOUR GUIDE

English Speaking = USD 37.00; French Speaking = USD 60.00

REMARKS

- The above prices DON'T include any temple entrance fee, meal, boat ticket. . . ect.

- Tour is available within the time frame (8:00AM - 17:00) and within the destination stated. If the temples are not so interesting you, you may finish the tour before 17:00.  

- Maximum person for a Tuk Tuk is 3 persons, for a Car is 3 persons, and for minivan is 6 persons. 

 
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OPTION 4: REMOTE TOUR ROLUOS GROUP AND BENG MEALEA

For this tour option, you will depart straight to visit Beng Mealea at 8:00am. This temple was built in the 12th century and it is about 60km away from Siem Reap city. Beng Mealea is also known as the jungle temple since it was invaded by jungle. It was a model of building of Angkor Wat in the Angkor site. Then, on the way back, you will visit Roluos Group, which includes Lolei, Preah Ko and Bakong. These temples were built since the early of Angkor Period (802-1431).  

TRANSPORTATION

Tuk Tuk = USD 43.00; Car = USD 65.00; Minivan = USD 75.00

TOUR GUIDE

English Speaking = USD 50.00; French Speaking = USD 80.00

REMARKS

- The above prices DON'T include any temple entrance fee, meal, boat ticket. . . ect.

- Tour is available within the time frame (8:00AM - 17:00) and within the destination stated. If the temples are not so interesting you, you may finish the tour before 17:00.  

- Maximum person for a Tuk Tuk is 3 persons, for a Car is 3 persons, and for minivan is 6 persons. 

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OPTION 5: PHNOM KULEN OR KBAL SPEAN

A, PHNOM KULEN

You will depart to Phnom Kulen "Kulen Mountain". It is about 50km from Siem Reap city. You will visit the Thousand Linga River, carving on riverbed, Grand Reclining Buddha, and enjoy your swimming at waterfall. You can have lunch at the local restaurant on this mountain. Phnom Kulen can be a combination of visit with Banteay Srey, Banteay Samre and some temples along the way back. 

TRANSPORTATION

Car = USD 75.00; Minivan = USD 80.00

TOUR GUIDE

English Speaking = USD 80.00

REMARKS

- The above prices DON'T include any temple entrance fee, meal, boat ticket. . . ect.

- Maximum person for a Tuk Tuk is 3 persons, for a Car is 3 persons, and for minivan is 6 persons. 

B, KBAL SPEAN 

Kbal Spean is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the southwest slopes of Phnom Kulen. It is described as "a spectacularly carved riverbed, set deep in the jungle about 50 km from Siem Reap city. Be reminded, the entrance to the area generally closes at 3:00pm and it requires 45 minutes uphill walk. Kbal Spean can be a combination of visit with Banteay Srey, BanteaySamre and some temples along the way back. 

TRANSPORTATION

Tuk Tuk = USD 33.00; Car = USD 55.00; Minivan = USD 65.00

TOUR GUIDE

English Speaking = USD 52.00; French Speaking = USD 85.00

REMARKS

- The above prices DON'T include any temple entrance fee, meal, boat ticket. . . ect.

- Maximum person for a Tuk Tuk is 3 persons, for a Car is 3 persons, and for minivan is 6 persons. 

 

 


OPTION 6: CITY AND TONLE SAP LAKE TOURS

You will discover the city, Angkor Angkor National Museum or Siem Reap War Museum, and Artisans dAngkor. The Artisans d’Angkor is a Cambodian company which was originally created to help young rural people find the work. Since its creation at the end of 1990s, Artisans dAngkor has strived to offer good working conditions.

Option 1: Chong Khneas You will discover the great lake "Tonle  Sap":  real  interior ocean, there are a lot of fish in this lake. The floating village of Chong Khneas lies at the edge of Tonle  Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia. This fishing settlement, situated just 10km south of Siem Reap. It easily accesses by boat and provides very good insight into the village lifestyle of the Tonle Sap. 

TRANSPORTATION

Tuk Tuk = USD 19.00; Car = USD 40.00; Minivan = USD 45.00

TOUR GUIDE

English Speaking = USD 37.00; French Speaking = USD 60.00

REMARKS

- The above prices DON'T include any temple entrance fee, meal, boat ticket. . . ect.

- Maximum person for a Tuk Tuk is 3 persons, for a Car is 3 persons, and for minivan is 6 persons. 

Option  2:  Kompong  Phluk  is  about  25km  east  of Chong Khneas. It is a much better  option  for  you to visit a village  on the lake because  many  houses  are built on stilts up to 10m high, and the  village is surrounded by flooded forest (rain forest) and it is accessible  by  boat  only.  KomponPhluk  is  a relatively smalvillag an th attractio for  an insight to the lifestyle of village folks in Cambodia. 

TRANSPORTATION

Tuk Tuk = USD 25.00; Car = USD 48.00; Minivan = USD 53.00

TOUR GUIDE

English Speaking = USD 37.00; French Speaking = USD 60.00

REMARKS

- The above prices DON'T include any temple entrance fee, meal, boat ticket. . . ect.

- Maximum person for a Tuk Tuk is 3 persons, for a Car is 3 persons, and for minivan is 6 persons. 

 

 


OPTION 7: SUNRISE OR SUNSET ONLY

Sunrise or Sunset is one of the most popular views to see as well, there are several places to see the sunrise and sunset with additional charge.

In Angkor Area you can see Sunrise and Sunset and normally people spend their time in Bakheng Mountain for sunset even if sunset is able to see anywhere but with Bakheng you will see the temple and Sunset at the same time. People normally get to the top of the mountain by feet and riding elephant. In another hand, Angkor Wat is a good place to see Sunrise.

 

TRANSPORTATION

Tuk Tuk = USD 12.00; Car = USD 22.00; Minivan = USD 27.00

REMARKS

- The above prices DON'T include any temple entrance fee, meal, boat ticket. . . ect.

- Maximum person for a Tuk Tuk is 3 persons, for a Car is 3 persons, and for minivan is 6 persons. 

 

 

 


USEFUL TIPS 

How to arrange your tour excursion:

 

It is very easy to arrange your excursion plan by leaving this task with us with below options:

 

- You can contact Front Office Manager via email  fom@chateau-angkor.com or reservation team, reservation@chateau-angkor.com before your arrival.

 

- Discuss with our front desk agents at arrival and any time to arrange your tour excursion.

 

Cancellation Policy:

 

To cancel a confirmed tour arrangement, please do it 7 days prior the date of service or charge will be applied on any later request.

 

Dress Code:

There are still some holy places for Cambodians;  the visitors must follow the dress code of "long trousers or skirt, covered shoulders, and no hats (take off hats)". A skirt or shorts which cover the knees (under  the  knees)  are  also  acceptable,  but  the scarf  to  cover  is  not allowed. This dress code is strictly enforced  only three main temples: Angkor Wat (the top level), Baphoun and Phnom Bakheng Temple.

 

Holy / Buddha’s Day:

 

On holy/Buddha’s Day, the top level of Angkor Wat is closed, so please check with our front desk staff for this day, and then you can switch your day of visit.

 

Payment:

All your tour fees will be posted to your room bill and the total balance will be settled upon your check out.

 

Rate:

 

-    All tour fees are quoted in U.S. dollars.

-     The tour fees are not included of any entrance fees or temple pass (ticket); boat.

 

The temple passes cost per person as followings:

For Angkor Complex Entrance pass:

 

One Day                    : US$ 37.00

Two or Three Day      : US$ 62.00

One Week                 : US$ 72.00

 

 Others:

 

Beng Melea Temple      : US$5.00

Phnom Kulen                  : US$20.00

Boat in Chong Khneas  : US$20.00 (about)

Boat in Kompong Phluk : US$25.00 (about)

 

 Note: The children under 12 years old are free of charge but the guests have to present the copy of their passports at entrance of the temples.

 

 

 


 EXTRA NOTES RELATED TO TRANSPORTATION AND TOUR GUIDE PRICES:

-       The above prices are stated for 12 people in a car. US$2.00 extra is applied for 4 people in a car.

-       The above prices are stated for 46 people in a van. US$5.00 extra is applied for more than 6 people in a van and USD10.00 is applied for more than 9 people in a van.

-       The above prices are stated for 13 people in a Remork (Tuk Tuk).

 

-       US$7.00 extra if the party is more than 6 people for English or Japanese language (Tour guide).

 

-       US$12.00 extra if the party is more than 6 people for other languages (Tour guide).