Discover Angkor

Amansara, Cambodia - Cultural Sites Amansara, Cambodia, Suite Amansara, Cambodia - Forest

Immerse yourself in Khmer culture and discover the secrets of Angkor

Until 31 March 2025

Immerse yourself in Khmer culture with a four-night stay and daily excursions to the temples of Angkor. The former guesthouse of King Sihanouk, Amansara is situated just 10 minutes from the entrance to Cambodia’s Angkor Unesco World Heritage Site. Manicured gardens, a hidden lap pool and a canopy of mature trees create a contemplative atmosphere that befits its name ‘heavenly peace’.

  • Daily breakfast and choice of lunch or dinner with non-alcoholic house beverages 
  • Daily afternoon tea and daily seasonal fruits 
  • Remork transportation within Siem Reap town 
  • Laundry (excluding dry cleaning) 


Experiences including:

  • Daily excursion to Angkor temples with English-speaking guide and remork transport (excluding temple pass) 
  • A Traditional breakfast at Khmer Village House
  • Spiritual water blessing with Buddhist monk at a local Pagoda
  • Angkor Temple Cycling 
  • A day trip to the remote temples of Beng Melea & Koh Ker with picnic lunch
  • Angkor National Museum tour

This exclusive is valid for new bookings only, based on two guests per room and is subject to availability. Cancellation and payment conditions are as per hotel standard terms.A minimum stay of four nights is required. Rate is subject to 10% service charge, 2.42% Accommodation Tax & 11% Government Tax. Supplementary charges: Temple Pass, USD 37 for a 1-day pass, USD 62 for a 3-day pass. For children between ages 6-11 a supplementary charge of USD 130 (plus tax and service) per night is applicable for half board. For children ages 12 and above, and adults, a charge of USD 375 (plus tax and service) per night applies, with the offer inclusions as stated. Stays until the 16 October 2023 will include private round trip airport transfers with personalized immigration fast track on arrival at Siem Reap International Airport. Blackout dates: 20 December 2023 - 7 January 2024, 20 December 2024 - 5 January 2025.