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Big Group Tour

Big Group Tour
Are you looking for a real expert to organize your big group tour? Trusted Cambodia Tours (TCT) is your answer. In addition to being an expert for Free Independent Traveller (FIT), TCT also serves Group Incentive Tours (GIT) from many countries, especially from Europe and Malaysia. Some of the keys to our success are our great team, including tour coordinators, guides and drivers, and our experienced management team. Moreover, itinerary planning, and hotel and restaurant selection are big factors in our popularity. Most importantly, we understand our guests’ cultures. We give all kinds of tours from classic to educational. Below are some of our previous guests who loved their time with us.
KDU College Student Group: 84 Passengers
This group of 84 from Malaysia chose classic and educational tours in 2009. They stayed at Ree Hotel in Siem Reap and Juliana Hotel in Phnom Penh. The trip covered Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. In Siem Reap they visited the main attractions of Angkor Wat, Bayon, Ta Prohm, and they had a boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake to see floating villages, and crocodile and fish farms. In Phnom Penh, they visited the Tuol Sleng genocide Museum, Cheung Ek Killing Fields and the Russian Market, among other attractions. This big group didn’t forget to visit disadvantaged Cambodian school children. They enjoyed giving school stationeries and other things to those children. Our partner in Malaysia is Mr. Lim Wang Sia, Director of PR Travel. Please email us if you need more information about our organizer in Malaysia.

A Student Group with a Mix of Nationalities: 29 Passengers
This is another group from a college in Malaysia. The group consisted of mixed nationalities. Some were American, others were European, a few Iraqis and Malaysians also joined the tour. The group spent four days and three nights in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. Despite the time the itinerary was a bit tight. Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm temples made them fall in love with Siem Reap, while a boat trip on the Tonle Sap Lake gave them an unforgettable memory.
This group also helped Cambodian disadvantaged children. They visited CAMDOC Training Center (www.camdocaid.org) and discovered the lifestyle of those children. Before leaving, the group also gave school supplies, cakes and candy to those children. In Siem Reap they stayed at Angkor Holiday Hotel. In Phnom Penh they stayed at Cardamom Hotel. The food they loved the most was the buffet at Tonle Mekong in Siem Reap and Tonle Bassac in Phnom Penh. The guide for this group was Mr. Rithy, language professor and translator with more than ten years of experience.

A Group of Senior Citizens: 25 Passengers
The group aged between 40 and 60-years-old. They travelled to three cities including Siem Reap (Angkor Wat), Kratie (Mekong dolphins) and Phnom Penh. The itinerary for the group was a bit different from other Asian travellers. In additoin to Angkor Wat, the Tonle Sap Lake in Siem Reap, and popular attractions in Phnom Penh, this group also requested to see the nearly-extinct Mekong dolphins in Kratie Province. The bus trip to Kratie from Siem Reap took about seven hours. The above are only a few examples of our big groups. If you’d like to know more, please click on Contact Us.
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