Photo Trip to Thailand & Cambodia
Worlds Largest Hindu Temple Complex and much more
Explore Cambodia , Once in a lifetime trip.
Cambodia lies entirely within the tropics, its low-lying central plain bordered by low mountains and uplands. In its transitional plains, forested elevations are found as the landscape extends outwards. And it is in these geographical changes that you will find some magnificent temples, royal palaces and other ancient architectural marvels by which to be enthralled. In its enchanting landscapes, Cambodia has temples and beaches that attract seekers of raw elegance.
Meanwhile, renowned for the Angkor Wat ruins, Siem Reap is a province in which ancient temples exist amidst natural geographical beauty.
DPC presents #lifegoals with DPC next trip to Cambodia and Thailand in the month of April 2020. Enough time to plan in advance.
18th April : Fly From Delhi To Bangkok
19th April : Spend day exploring the beautiful temples and photo ops in Local Thailand and some street photography
20th April : Local Bangkok
21 st April 2018, : Arrival in Siem Reap by evening. Overnight in Siem Reap
22 -23-24 April 2019 : Angkor
25 April 2018 , : Roluos Group of Temples and Local
26 April Fly Back to Delhi From Seam Reap
We will spend the early hours of the day at leisure until our driver transfers us to the Siem Reap Airport, and then take our flights back home with many a memory of a historical place and its always rejoiced beauty.
Days of thrill
International borders by road
Stay: will be on twin sharing basis in 3 star Hotels and guest houses of that repute (Remain assured) .
Mode of travel: We will be traveling by Flight and local travel will be in taxi and mini buses and state transport .
Fee (per person): Rs. 88,000/- (including registration fee)
For Members : Rs. 82,000/-
Cost are inclusive of Flights ( to Bangkok by Indigo or Jet Airways)
Travel & group transfers, stay and meals
3 Day pass to Angkor Was Temple
Does not include tickets for camera and equipment if any and Visa Fee of all kind
Trip to Thailand and Cambodia will begin at New Delhi Airport. Buddhist monasteries there will make for interesting photography subjects and kindle your vision and imagination, coaxing you gently into making evocative images.
Dedicated to Shiva, the pink limestone walls containing the best bas reliefs of any temple at Angkor, Banteay Srey will charm you. The wooden houses on tall stilts in Kampong Kleang are a delight to watch. At the Tonlé Sap Lake, floating houses and people’s way of living are some amazing details you would want to record as photographs.
The magnificent remains of the Khmer Empire, the Angkor Archaeological Park will be a breathtaking encounter visually, architecturally and artistically. Explore and photograph the hidden temples, temples of Bayon, Baphoun and Terrace of Elephants and The Leper King. Visit the main temple, Angkor Wat, which is arguably the main reason many visit Cambodia.
In the remains of Roluos Group of Temples, the first major capital of the Angkorian-era Empire, visit the Lolei, Preah Ko and Bakong temples. In Bakong temple area, the largest and the most interesting of the Roluos Group of Temples, there is still an active Buddhist monastery.
Building No 5 D, Jungi House
Shahpur Jat, New Delhi
Mon Sun: 11:00-19:00
Tuesday : closed
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