Start in the town of Siem Reap and travel to Phnom Kulen National Park, a place of pilgrimage for the Cambodian people and home to the riverbed rock carvings, the 1,000 lingas. Head to the commercial hub Kompong Thom, and learn about the silk making process in a nearby farm. Travel via the town of Skon and sample a crunchy Cambodian delicacy, fried spider, before visiting Phnom Penh for the infamous Khmer Rouge S21 Prison and Killing Fields.
Relax on the pristine beaches of the unspoilt island hideaway of Koh Tunsay, feast on a Khmer BBQ and get to know the friendly locals and village life in a remote homestay in Battambang, before heading back to Siem Reap to explore the magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Angkor temples and the town’s vibrant markets and nightlife.
Stray operates an adventurous hop-on, hop-off guided bus network across New Zealand and Southeast Asia. With your pass you will enjoy comfortable private transport and a knowledgeable guide who will assist you with booking accommodation and activities. Stray has designed a route that will take you to the ‘must do’ places along with some more intriguing off the beaten track destinations. With multiple departures per week, you have the freedom to hop on and off along the route to spend time exploring the places you love. Simply book yourself on and off the bus with an easy to use online booking tool. It’s a fun, friendly, hassle free way to ensure you get more out of your travels.