Educational Trip To Cambodia For International Schools
The Kingdom of Cambodia is part of South East Asia and a popular destination for groups. Between cities, a heavy history, temples and beautiful beaches, Cambodia has a lot of offer.
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Phnom Penh is the capital and largest city of Cambodia. The city is an economical, industrial, commercial, touristy and historical center. Once known as the “Pearl of Asia” in the 1920s, Phnom Pehn is known for its traditional Khmer and French influenced architecture.
This visit starts at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S21), originally a school, then turned by the Khmer Rouge into a torture, interrogation and execution centre. Students will learn about Cambodia’s history and recent events who still affect the local population. Next stop is the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, 15Km outside Phnom Pehn, where you can see the moving memorial created in memory of the civilians who suffered under the hands of the Khmer Rouge regime.
Explore the most famous temple of the plain of Angkor: Angkor Wat. The temple complex covers a total of 81 hectares. Its distinctive five towers are emblazoned on the Cambodian flag and the 12th century masterpiece is considered by art historians to be the prime example of classical Khmer art and architecture.
Siem Reap is known as the gateway to the magnificent temples at Angkor. The city itself is full of fun things to do, from sampling the local cuisine on a food tour, souvenir shopping, to watching a show in Siem Reap contemporary circus.
Phnom Bakheng is unique. Both a Buddhist and a Hindu temple, its rooftop terraces can be accessed by climbing a long steep staircase on the east side of the monument (height 67 meters, 220 feet). In the 1960s, elephants were used to get to the top. Make sure you arrive just before sunset for a panoramic view of Angkor and its surroundings. The golden hues of the setting sun on this luscious green area are a memorable sight.
This museum is dedicated to the Khmer civilization. Displaying numerous artifacts and interactive presentations, visit the Angkor National Museum to find out more about the Khmer Empire’s Angkor period.
This fascinating temple built of red sandstone stands out among the many temples of Angkor. Bantsey Srey also known as ‘the Woman’s Citadel’ is a small yet enchanting temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. This 10th century temple is the most Hindu temple in the city of Angkor.
This is the chance for your students to experience rural Cambodia. The villagers at Knapor Community Center will welcome them into their lives and teach them all about their culture and challenges. Key topics discussed during the visit are nature, economy, society and well-being. Students will complete various activities and tasks whilst getting to know the locals.
This behind-the-scenes experience takes you to Phare Circus, a well-known circus school in Cambodia established in 1994 by nine young Cambodian men returning home after the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime. All programs are free thanks to the money raised during shows and support disadvantaged children. Students get the chance to warm up with the troupe and try a few circus tricks. After the workshop and dinner with the troupe, watch the experts in action under the big top.
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