The start of a journey through the history of Cambodia. From Japan to Phnom Penh, the Capital of Cambodia〜

Narita Airport → Phnom Penh International Airport.
Arrive at Phnom Penh International Airport and transfer to your hotel.
After that, free time. Take a stroll around the city or enjoy the night market.

Central Market


The yellow building is the landmark of this local market, which is one of the largest in Cambodia. From the dome in the center, the market spreads out in a crisscross pattern in all directions and is quite large. There are many daily necessities and foodstuffs as well as souvenirs for tourists. The market is open from around 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Data: Central Market
Address/ Calmette St. (53), Phnom Penh
From Central Market to Night Market
Walking 15 minutes / 1 km

Night Market


The night market is held in the northern part of Riverside. You can enter from anywhere, but the main entrance on the east side of the river is like a plaza, with stores spread out to the north and south, and a stage in the middle. You can enjoy clothing, accessories, and food. It is not for tourists, so you can enjoy the local atmosphere.
Data:Night Market
Address/ Preah Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh
Back to the hotel

From Night Market to the hotel
Walking 15 minutes / 1km

Rosewood Phnom Penh


This 5-star hotel is located on the 25th to 39th floors of the Vatanak Capitol Tower, the tallest tower building in Phnom Penh. The hotel is conveniently located right in front of Phnom Penh Royal Station, which connects Phnom Penh to the airport and provincial cities. The hotel has an indoor pool, gym, spa, and five restaurants including Japanese and French.
Data: Rosewood Phnom Penh
Address/ Vattanac Capital Tower, 66 Monivong Boulevard, Sangkat Wat Phnom, Khan Daun Penh, 120211, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
TEL/ 855-23-936-888


Full-day tour of Phnom Penh, from historic Buddhist temples and the Royal Palace to the dark days of the Pol Pot regime.

From the hotel to Royal Palace
10 min. by car / 3km
To go & see

Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda


The royal palace built by Bonya Yat, the last king of the Angkor dynasty. With its large golden roof and Khmer-style spires, it is the home of the current king and queen. The palace itself is not open to the public, but the grounds are full of attractions, including the guesthouse where the coronation ceremony took place and the terrace where King Sihanouk gave his speech. The Silver Pagoda, adjacent to the south side of the palace, is covered with more than 5,000 silver tiles on the floor and contains many treasures such as diamonds, emeralds, and Buddha images scattered with gold and silver. The temple was built to honor the ancestors of the royal family.
Data:Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda
Address/ Samdach Sothearos Blvd., Phnom Penh
From Silver Pagoda to Wat Phnom
10 min. by car / 3km
To go & see

Wat Phnom


This Buddhist temple is said to have been built in 1372 by a woman named Lady Pen to worship four Buddha images that were floating down the river. The temple stands on a small hill and is named Wat (temple) Phnom (hill). Inside the temple, the walls are covered with paintings depicting the life of the Buddha, in vivid colors and full of exoticism. There is also a stone statue of Lady Pen.
Data:Wat Phnom 
Address/ Street 96 Norodom Blvd, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
From Wat Phnom to Independence Monument
7min. by car / 2.2km
To go & see

Independence Monument


Cambodia gained independence from France in 1953. The Independence Monument was built in 1958 to celebrate this. The design of the tower, surrounded by "Nagas" (guardian gods in the form of snakes), is reminiscent of the spire of Angkor Wat's central shrine. The square around the tower leads to a park. It is lit up at night and is famous as a date spot for local people.
Data:Independence Monument 独立記念塔
Address/ No.363, Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh
From Independence Monument to Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
7 min. by car / 2.1km)
To go & see

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum


S21 (Toul Sleng), a political prison camp where torture and executions took place during the Pol Pot era, is a code name for a political prison camp established in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge (Communist Party of Cambodia). Over a period of two years and nine months, between 14,000 and 20,000 people were held there, and it is said that only eight of them survived. During the two years and nine months of imprisonment, 14,000 to 20,000 people were detained, and it is said that only eight survived. The Khmer Rouge, which had established the policy that learning was unnecessary for the revolution, took intellectuals, including their families, as counter-revolutionaries and tortured them to death.
The building is a former school building with four wings, A to D. In each of the former classrooms, there are still traces of torture and the chains that held the inmates together. In each of the rooms that used to be classrooms, there are still traces of torture and the chains that used to hold the detainees together. There are many exhibits of the executed people's mug shots and scenes of torture.
Data: Toul Sleng Genocide Museum(S21)
Address/ St. 113, Beoung Keng Kang III, Chamkarmorn
TEL / 023-6655-395
From Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum to Killing Fields
30 min. by car / 16km
To go & see

Killing Fields/Choeung Ek Memorial


The Khmer Rouge led by Pol Pot committed genocide, and the Killing Fields are the "execution sites" where the killings took place. The Killing Fields are located all over Cambodia, but the most famous one is located in the village of Choeung Ek. Inside the site, you can see a memorial tower containing the remains of the deceased, the execution site, and an exhibition of clothing, which will give you an idea of the tragedy of that time.
Data:Killing Fields/Choeung Ek Memorial 
Address/ Roluos Village, Sangkat Cheung Aek, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
From Killing Fields to Cambodia International Airport
40min. by car / 16km

Fly to Siem Reap.
Cambodia International Airport → Siem Reap International Airport

Fromt Siem Reap International Airport to the hotel
25 min. by car / 9km)

Borei Angkor Resort & Spa


A five-star resort where you can experience the Khmer way of hospitality. The hotel is fully equipped with restaurants, bars, swimming pools, Jacuzzi, sauna, fitness center, beauty salon, and other facilities.
The spacious guest rooms have balconies (except Superior Room) where you can relax and enjoy the outside view.
Data: Borei Angkor Resort & Spa 
Address/ National Road, 6, 369 Banteay Chas Slokram, Siem Reap, CAMBODIA
TEL/855 15 430 222


A day to visit the ruins in the suburbs. Visit the ruins of Benmeria & Corkey & Preah Vihear Temple

Hotel departure

From the hotel to Beng Mealea
75 min. by car / 60km
To go & see

Beng Mealea


The ruins are located about 50 kilometers east of Angkor Wat, about an hour's drive away. Even after the existence of the ruins was revealed, it was abandoned during the civil war that lasted for about 30 years, and even now, the huge temple "Ben Melia" stands quietly in the forest unrest. The temple has collapsed so badly that it does not retain its original form, and it is covered with moss and mostly a pile of rubble, giving the impression of ruins.
Data:Beng Mealea
Address/ Prasat Beng Mealea, Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia
From Beng Mealea to Koh Ker
65 min. by car / 57km
To go & see

Koh Ker


A royal city built in the 10th century. It is said to be a dynasty that lasted only for a dozen years, for only one king. Centered on the powerful seven-tiered pyramidal temple of Prasat Thom, there are more than 30 shrines and ruins of cisterns. The ruins are different from other Angkor ruins in many ways. Phra Sat Thom can be climbed to the top, and from this top you can enjoy a spectacular 360-degree view of the jungle.
Data:Koh Ker 
Address/ RN64 - 2km south KOH KER site entrance and Srayang 100 Km North of Siem Reap
TEL/ 855 78 709 420
From Koh Ker to Preah Vihear Temple
140 min. by car / 135km
To go & see

Preah Vihear Temple


Preah Vihear is a Hindu temple with a spectacular view of the Cambodian land, located in the mountains on the northern tip of Cambodia on the border with Thailand. The temple's name "Preah Vihear" means "sacred temple" in Khmer and comes from Sanskrit. 5 tower gates are visited in order, and it is about 800 meters from the first gate to the superb view point at the top. The roof ornament of the fifth pagoda gate, the first one you see, is also the design of the old 2000 riel bill that is still in use today.
Data:Preah Vihear Temple
Address/ Preah Vihear,Kingdom of Cambodia
From Preah Vihear Temple to Siem Reap
4hour 15min. by car / 235km)

Lunch at a popular restaurant "Georges Rhumerie"

人気レストラン「ジョージ ラムリエ」にて夕食

Georges Rhumerie is a popular French-Khmer fusion restaurant, where the French owner offers Cambodian cuisine in an easy-to-eat style. There is also a set of homemade rum to try, and the place is crowded with customers every day.
Data:Georges Rhumerie
Address/ Georges’Ln, Krong Siem Reap
TEL / 855 96 861 7448
From the restaurant to the hotel
7min. by car / 3km

Borei Angkor Resort & Spa (2nd night)


Start with sunrise viewing! Angkor Wat Full Day Tour

Departure from hotel at 4:30-5:30 am.

From the hotel to Angkor Wat
15 min. by car / 7km

To go & see

Angkor Wat Sunrise

アンコールワット 朝日鑑賞

The ruins of Angkor Wat look different in the morning, afternoon, and night. Especially in the early morning, you can see the sky slowly and gradually turning orange as dawn breaks in the mysterious air, and it is worth waking up early to visit! The view of the ruins enveloped in the light of the morning sun is so mysterious that it cannot be described in words.
Data:Angkor Wat
Address/ Angkor Ruins, Siem Reap
Return to the hotel and have breakfast on your own.

From Angkor Wat to the hotel
15 min. by car / 7km
To go & see

Angkor Tom


Angkor Thom is a 12th century urban ruin consisting of gates, forts, and temples. It is a super huge site and is recognized as a World Heritage Site as part of the "Angkor Complex". There are many ruins such as the South Gate, Bayon Temple, and the Terrace of the Elephants, and these ruins are collectively called "Angkor Thom.
It is surrounded by a wall of about 3 km long and 8 km high, with a total area of 900 ha (more than 60 times the size of the Tokyo Dome). It is connected to the outside world by five city gates: South Gate, North Gate, West Gate, Gate of the Dead, and Gate of Victory. In the center is the Bayon temple, surrounded by the Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of King Rai. The distinctive feature of the Bayon temple is the four-faced statue of a large face with an enigmatic smile up to two meters long, commonly called the "Khmer smile.
Data:Angkor Tom アンコールトム
From the hotel to Ta Prohm
11 min. by car / 4.5km
To go & see

Ta Prohm


This was the first temple that Jayavarman VII built after taking the throne. It is overwhelming to see the coexistence of nature and ruins, as well as the wonder of nature, with the huge Spoan trees intertwined. Many devatas (Hindu goddesses) can be seen through the gaps between the giant trees. When it was first built, it was a Buddhist temple, but later it was converted to a Hindu temple, so the two giant religions are mixed together. It is also known as the setting for the movie "Tomb Raider".
Data:Ta Prohm
Address/ Angkor Archaeological Park, Krong Siem Reap,
From Ta Prohm to Banteay Srei
36 min. by car / 26km
To go & see

Banteay Srei


The ruins of Banteay Srei, about 30 kilometers north of Angkor Wat, are famous for the reliefs of the statue of the goddess known as the "Mona Lisa of the East," but there are many other beautiful and exquisite reliefs to be seen. Due to the use of red sandstone, the entire site has a warm reddish hue, which is a different image from the huge temple ruins made of black rocks. Because of its graceful appearance, the ruins are called "Women's Fort" and are acclaimed as a treasure of Khmer art.
Data:Banteay Srei
Address/ Angkor Archaeological Park, Siem Reap 17000
From Banteay Srei to coockie shop
50 min. by car / 34km

Visit Angkor Cookie Shop


A store selling handmade cookies in the shape of Angkor Wat. Since its opening with the aim of producing authentic Cambodian souvenirs made by Cambodian hands, it has become famous as a standard souvenir. In addition to cookies filled with domestic cashew nuts and palm sugar, souvenirs such as peppernuts made with Cambodian black pepper are also available.
Data:Angkor Cookies Shop
Address/ On the main road to Angkor Wat, in front of Sofitel Hotel, Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia
TEL/ 855-12-315-804
From shop to Angkor Wat
18 min. by car / 6.5km
To go & see

Visit Angkor Wat and watch the sunset


One of the Angkor monuments, a World Heritage Site, and a representative of its archaeological complex, the temple was built in the 12th century as a Hindu temple and a king's tomb. The huge, symmetrical temple, made entirely of stone, is said to be a masterpiece of Khmer architecture. The ruins are divided into the first, second, and third corridors from the outside, and the 50-meter-long wall paintings in the first corridor are marvelous in their precision and beauty. The most symbolic part of Angkor Wat is the shrine that rises in the third cloister. It is reached by climbing a staircase with an incline of 70 degrees. From the west side of the third corridor, you can get a panoramic view of the entire site and feel the grandeur of the entire ruins.
The view of Angkor Wat illuminated by the setting sun has a different charm from that of the sunrise.
Data:Angkor Wat
Address/ Angkor Ruins, Siem Reap
From Angkor Wat to Apsara Show
25 min. by car / 10km
To go & see

Where to watch the Apsara Dance Show?


Apsara Dance is a traditional Cambodian dance. It means "angel" or "heavenly maiden," and is danced gracefully by women in glittering costumes. The Apsara dance was born as a court dance around the 9th century. The Apsara dance was created as a court dance around the 9th century, and is depicted on a wall relief in Angkor Wat.
Apsara dance shows can be seen at restaurants and hotels. You can enjoy it with a buffet-style meal at a small local restaurant, or enjoy delicious Khmer food and dance in luxury at a five-star hotel, depending on your preference.
Back to the hotel
10 min. by car / 5km

Borei Angkor Resort & Spa (3rd night)


Tonle Sap Lake Cruise to see life on the water

From the hotel to Tonle Sap Lake
38 min. by car / 18km
To go & see

Tonle Sap Lake Half Day Tour


Tonle Sap Lake, the largest lake in Southeast Asia, is located in the center of Cambodia and is famous for its abundance of fish. Many people live there and enjoy the blessings of the lake. We will take a boat tour of this floating village.
The settlement on the lake is a fully functioning town with a supermarket, hospital, and school. Many of the residents depend on freshwater fish from the lake as their staple food, and sell their catch in the cities to make a living.
During the dry season, Tonle Sap Lake covers an area of about 30,000 square kilometers, but during the rainy season, a large amount of water flows in from the Tonle Sap River, quadrupling the area and raising the water level by 1 to 14 meters.
Data:Tonle Sap Lake
Address/ 11km South from Siem Reap Town
From Tonle Sap Lake to Spa Khmer
37 min. by car / 17km
To go & see

Massage at Spa Khmer


Spa Khmer" is a house spa owned by a Japanese woman. You can enjoy the most luxurious and extraordinary space. You can receive treatment that combines Cambodian traditional medicine and modern relaxation techniques. You can also enjoy the attentive hospitality that only Japanese management can provide.
Data:Spa Khmer
Address/ salakam reuk commune, siem reap, Cambodia
TEL/ 011 345 039
To the airpot
From Siem Reap, transfer at Phnom Penh to Japan


Arrive at Narita Airport the next morning


Tour Fee
Per Person
Peak Season (1 room for 2 people) 320,000JPY~
Off season (1 room for 2 people) 230,000JPY~
Round-trip airfare, 4 nights hotel, 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners, Tax

Sights Information

Angkor National Museum

This museum is located in the city center of Siem Reap. The facility is air-conditioned, so you can enjoy a cool visit even during the hottest time of the day. The museum is divided into eight galleries according to age and theme, such as "Religion and Faith" and "Angkor Wat. Visitors can learn about the history of the Angkor dynasty through exhibits such as statues and reliefs excavated from the ruins, as well as video explanations on a large screen.

Old Market

The Old Market is located in the center of the city, close to the Siem Reap River. The market is divided into areas for fresh food such as meat, fish, and vegetables, daily goods such as tableware, clothing goods such as shoes and clothes, and ornaments. The cafeterias are crowded with locals, and you can enjoy the common menu at reasonable prices. In addition to traditional products such as scarves and handicrafts, you can also find dry goods, seasonings for Khmer cuisine, peppercorns, lotus tea, and other souvenirs.

Bar Street

In the center of Siem Reap, known as Street 8, is Pub Street. It is the downtown area of Siem Reap, lined with restaurants, bars and clubs. At night, the flashy neon gates shine and the street is bustling with people. There are not only bars with live music, stylish cafes, and other restaurants, but also sundry stores, massage parlors, and food stalls, where you can spend a fun night in a tropical country. There is no suspicious mood at all, so anyone can enjoy it.

Stopover Plan in a nearby city:Sihanoukville – Beach Resort

Sihanoukville, located in the southern part of Cambodia facing the Gulf of Thailand, is a Cambodian

Stopover Plan in a nearby city:HA NOI (VIETNUM)

Hanoi, the capital city, is located in the northern part of Vietnam. It is the political and cultural center of the country and has many temples and historical sites. Thang Long Ruins, the ruins of the royal castle of the Vietnamese dynasty, Cho Don Xuan Market, Hoan Kiem Lake, and other tourist spots, and Halong Bay, a World Heritage Site. Halong Bay is located in the northern part of Vietnam, not far from the border with China, within a small 20-mile radius of the vast bay. It can be enjoyed on a one-day cruise, but a one- or two-night tour on a cruise ship is also recommended. You can enjoy not only the oddly shaped rocks, but also the caves (limestone caves), beautiful sunsets, starry skies, and sunrises, all of which change from time to time. You can also enjoy a seafood meal on the boat.

Stopover Plan in a nearby city:HO CHI MINH(VIETNUM)

Located in southern Vietnam, it is the largest commercial city in the country. The Reunification Hall, the former presidential palace, the Central Post Office, and the Saigon Grand Church were all built during the French colonial period, giving the city a European atmosphere. Don Khoi Street, the main shopping street in Ho Chi Minh City, is lined with a variety of stores from luxury brands to cute Vietnamese goods. Ben Thanh Market, the largest market in Ho Chi Minh City, is a bustling place for locals and tourists alike, offering everything from morning to night.