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Sihanouk Ville-Phnom Penh-Siem Reap a private tour with local guide

Hi, I am Mr. Smarty a private Cambodian local guide and driver with years of experience in Cambodia.My years of experience allow me to provide excellent itineraries. I look forward to making your stay in Siem Reap and Cambodia the most memorable adventure with Cambodia Taxi  Private Tour

DAY 01:     PHNOM PENH TO SIHANOUK VILLE

DAY 02:     SIHANOUK VILLE SIGHTSEEING TOUR

DAY03:      SIHANOUK VILLE TO PHNOM PENH

DAY04:      PHNOM PENH SIGHTSEEING TOUR

DAY05:      PHNOM PENH TO SIEM REAP+TONLE SAP LAKE TOUR(FLOATING VILLAGE)

DAY06:      SIEM REAP SIGHTSEEING TOUR(ANGKOR WAT TEMPLES) AND DROP OFF AT SIEM REAP AIRPORT.

Type Of Vihecles

1 Pax 

5-12 Pax

AIR-CONDITIONING CAR 

USD 85/D

USD 95/D

MINI-VAN(12 STEATS)

USD 110/D



TOUR INCLUDING:

Mineral waters, Cold towels, English speaking driver&local guide(the same)




Phnom Penh : 

First recorded a century after it is said to have taken place, the legend of the founding of Phnom Penh tells of a local woman, Penh (commonly referred to as Daun Penh ("Grandmother Penh" or "Old Lady Penh") in Khmer), living at Chaktomuk, the future Phnom Penh. It was the late 14th century, and the Khmer capital was still at Angkor near Siem Reap 350 km (217 mi) to the north. Gathering firewood along the banks of the river, Lady Penh spied a floating koki tree in the river and fished it from the water. Inside the tree she found four Buddha statues and one of Vishnu.

The discovery was taken as a divine blessing, and to some a sign that the Khmer capital was to be brought to Phnom Penh from Angkor.[citation needed] To house the new-found sacred objects, Penh raised a small hill on the west bank of the Tonle Sap River and crowned it with a shrine, now known as Wat Phnom at the north end of central Phnom Penh. "Phnom" is Khmer for "hill" and Penh's hill took on the name of the founder, and the area around it became known after the hill.

Phnom Penh first became the capital of Cambodia after Ponhea Yat, king of the Khmer Empire, moved the capital from Angkor Thom after it was captured and destroyed by Siam a few years earlier. There is a stupa behind Wat Phnom that houses the remains of Ponhea Yat and the royal family as well as the remaining Buddhist statues from the Angkorean era. In the 17th century, Japanese immigrants also settled on the outskirts of present-day Phnom Penh.[9] A small Portuguese community survived in Phnom Penh until the 17th century, undertaking commercial and religious activity in the country.
Preah Sihanouk Province :

(Khmer: ខេត្តព្រះសីហនុ, "King Sihanouk"), commonly referred to as Sihanoukville Province, is a province (ខេត្ត, khaet) in the south-west of Cambodia at the Gulf of Thailand. The provincial capital, also called Sihanoukville, is a deep-water port city and a steadily growing and diversifying urban center located on an elevated peninsula.

The province is named in honor of former king Norodom Sihanouk, who personally orchestrated the establishment of Sihanoukville city and the Sihanoukville municipality as this took place alongside the construction of the Sihanoukville Port, which commenced in June 1955. The only deep water port of Cambodia includes a mineral Oil terminal and a transport logistics facility.

Sihanoukville Province is divided into four districts, each with a distinct economic character, defined largely by location and access to resources.In addition to the port and the growing tourism industry, the activities of countless NGO's and international investment have contributed to an unprecedented economic growth of the province over the course of the last decade. Economic sectors that deserve mentioning are the transport & logistics industry, process manufacturing, agriculture & fishery, textile industry and the real estate market.

The islands and beaches of Sihanoukville province are an international tourist destination as visitor numbers have risen steadily since the late 20th century.

The initial Sihanoukville municipality was elevated to a regular province on 22 December 2008 after King Norodom Sihamoni signed a Royal Decree converting the municipalities of Kep, Pailin and Sihanoukville into provinces, as well as incorporating Kompong Seila district. As one of Cambodia's agriculturally and industrially most diverse province its economic future has a solid basis, although the essential sectors agriculture and tourism require a strict and permanent administrative protection of the local natural resources.