Things kick off with a local flavour on this day out, as you head to the traditional village of Tumnub Lorlurk. Here, you’ll visit a local school and houses, to learn about life off the beaten track. Things get a little more lively at your next stop – the Phsar Leu Market. This place is a hot bed of activity, with traders competing to sell seafood, clothing, jewellery and souvenirs. The Wat Kroaum temple adds a sprinkle of religious history to proceedings, with its historic artefacts and gold-hued finish. The final stop puts you in prime relaxation territory. You’ll pull up at the Sokha Beach Resort – a swanky hotel which is planted right on the sand. Aside from sunbathing beside the pool, you’ll get a buffet lunch thrown in before you have to make tracks and return to the ship.
You’ll need to dress modestly for the religious sites. Shorts and short skirts aren’t allowed, and women need to cover their shoulders. You’ll also need to take off your shoes before entering the temples, so it's best to bring some socks, as the pavements can get hot.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.