Educational Exchange Trip for Students

Educational Exchange Trip for Students

This is a one-of-a-kind school expedition that combines social enterprise work with activities that are fully supported. Our adventure begins in Phnom Penh, the capital city. Phnom Penh, once considered the most beautiful city in the Orient, is currently undergoing rapid change. Here, we explore the cultural and historical highlights in the same way that the locals do. We explore the local markets and points of interest.

We drive north to Siem Reap, stopping in Skuon village, famous for its local delicacies, before continuing to the bustling town of Siem Reap, the gateway to the Angkor Wat temples. Our group will take turns exploring the surroundings by bike and on foot. We go to Kompong Kleang village on Tonle Sap Lake to see how life is on the water in villages built on stilts – homes, schools, and hospitals designed to float on the water during the wet season. We set out on a journey through rural communities and wilderness terrain to the sacred peak of Kulen Mountain.

Key Highlight

  • Understanding Cultural, Historical and Economical Drift of Cambodia
  • Explore the grassroots of Cambodia people and tradition
  • Visit the most key location and be local
  • Survival Training and Explore Cambodia Nature
  • Experience outdoor local activities
  • Special Lecture from Professor 

Expertise of the Program

  • Professor from Royal University from History, Culture and Economy Field
  • Government Official from Ministry of Culture and Fine Art and Bank of Cambodia and related field
  • Professional and License Tour Guide

Program Itinerary

After months of planning and preparation the wait is finally over! On arrival you will be met by your guide and driver and transferred to your hotel. After check in we will have a full group trip and safety briefing before heading out for our first taste of Cambodian cuisine at a fine dinning restaurant.

  • Airport Pick up and Check-in at the hotel
  • Briefing and Orientation
  • Welcoming Dinner at the Fine Dinning Restaurant.

Meal: B, L, D

  • Visiting to the Royal Palace and National Museum
    • Understanding the Monarch, Culture and Religious Belief of Cambodian 
  • Lunch at the Local Restaurant 
  • Visiting Preah Srey Icanavarman Museum
    • History and Trade and Monetary Museum
  • Visiting Independent Monument and Late King Norodom Sihanouk Statue
    • Understand the history of Cambodia Independent from French protectorate and the Royal Crussade 
  • Boat Cruise for Sunset 
    • Sightseeing for the growth and development of Phnom Penh
  • Dinner on Boat

Meal: B, L, D

  • Visiting Tour Sleng and Killing Field
    • The dark age of Cambodia from the effection of Cold War
  • Lunch Time at the Local Restaurant
  • Special Lecture about
    • “Cambodia Long Lasting History: Economy, History and Cultural Drift” by Prominent Associate Professor
  • Coffee Break of Khmer Traditional Desserts 
  • Dinner with Fresh Seafood Buffet at the Local Restaurants

Meal: B, L, D

  • Kirirum Camp Site
    • Camping and Trekking at Kirium Mountain Dignity
    • Survival Training and Explore Cambodia Nature
    • Setup the Bond Fire
  • Local Activity such as:
    • Quad Bike
    • Kayaking 
    • Mountain Trekking
  • Camp Fire and BBQ

Meal: B, L, D

  • Depart to Siem Reap they historical city of Cambodia
  • Arrival to Siem Reap and Trekking to Phnom Krom for Sunset
  • Dinner at the Local Restaurants
    • Introduction and Orientation to Siem Reap

Meal: B, L, D

  • Visiting Angkor Waat
    • Sun Rise at Angkor Wat Temple and the Surrounding Ground
    • Change to the Khmer Traditional Clothes
  • Visiting to Bayon Temple and the Surrounding Temple
  • Lunch at Sras Srong
    • Ancient Water Reservoir
  • Small Circle Angkor Tour
  • Dinner at the Local Restaurant 
    • Authentic Khmer food 
    • Contemporary Dance show
  • Meal: B, L, D

  • Kulen Mountain
    • Understand how ancient people transport rock to build Angkor city
    • Religious Belief
    • Waterfall Scenery  
  • Lunch at the Local Food Court
  • Outdoor Activity 
    • Ancient Weaponry 
    • Khmer Archery 
  • Relax and Free Time

Meal: B, L, D

  • Khmer Cooking Class/Pottery Class
  • Taste your Own cooking
  • Outdoor Activities
    • Horse back riding/biking to the local village 
    • Understanding the life of the local 
    • Beautiful Scenery of Rice Field 
  • Dinner with the local
    • Puppet Show
    • Art Demonstration

Meal: B, L, D



Meal: B, L, D

  • The Biggest Fresh Water Lake of Asia
    • Trip to fishing and floating village at the Tonle Sap Lake
  • Lunch with the locals
  • Visiting local pagoda and understanding Buddhism 
  • Relaxing time and Dinner

Meal: B, L, D

  • Self Explore in Town
    • Visiting Local Market
    • Grab what is best home for Family and Friends
  • Lunch at the local restaurant 
  • Depart to home Country 
  • Meal: B, L, D

Learning Outcome

  • Understanding Cambodia History, Culture and Traditions and Cambodia in Transition (past and present)

  • The programs are designed to help you develop the following life skills that will help you evolve as an individual

  • The ability to lead a group and make decisions; 

  • The ability to adapt to new environments outside of their “comfort zone”; and the appreciation and care for the natural environment. The environments we trek through are beautiful and often pristine, and students will invariably gain a deeper appreciation and understanding of how their individual actions impact the environment. 

  • Form strong friendships and bonds with their peers as well as the local peoples

  • Basic outdoor skills learned on the trek, such as personal hygiene, tent pitching, and meal preparation

  • Importantly, our adventures promote general well-being and resilience in younger generations, preparing them to deal with adversity in life.


  • What is Included?
    • All meals as per itinerary
    • 8 nights comfortable hotels, and a camping ground
    • Expert medically trained bilingual guide, assistant guide on cycling and trekking days with medical kit
    • All internal transfers in private vehicles
    • All exploration and entry fees as listed in itinerary
    • Professors and Private course
    • Support of Vehical and other needed transportation 
    • Printed Materials required for the program 
    • Drinking Water and Soft Drinks
  • What is not Included?
    • Visa fees: Cambodia
    • Expenditure of a personal nature such as drinks, souvenirs and laundry
    • Tips and Gratuities
  • Tour starting from 10 Pax to 15 Pax Per group

Car Rental in Phnom Penh, also known as Landa Car Rental was established in 1999. We offered long and short term car rental for business and leisure trips. We provide the most recent and finest Car Rental Service in Cambodia because we have a strong background in Cambodian nature, culture, and history. Landa Car Rental is most trusted by foreign embassies in Cambodia, local and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), private and public institutions, and individuals who have traveled to the land of nature.

We provide English-speaking drivers and tour guides and have over 20 years of service experience (Both Phnom Penh and Siem Reap).

Do you want to integrate service learning, your school curriculum, and a physical challenge, or any combination of the above? Please contact us so that we can design a program that is tailored to your students’ needs and budget.

Every class is given a comprehensive risk management plan that is guided by government advisories and the local partners with whom we collaborate. We never compromise your students’ safety in order to reduce the cost of the program.

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Just over a month into my trip and I wonder how I’ve changed, if at all. Certainly the experiences I’ve had and things I’ve seen have shaped me in someway.