-- Angkor Wat - The world's largest religious monument and UNESCO World Heritage Site dating back to the 12(th) century.Included for guests sailing on the single "Temples & Safaris" itinerary (the fourth segment of Crystal's 2014 World Cruise), the land program begins on March 7 and features meals, inter-Asia transportation, and a night at Peninsula Bangkok, followed by two nights at the five-star Sokha Angkor Wat Resort. The cruise voyage begins March 10 with an onboard overnight in Singapore, then sails to Jakarta, Indonesia; Mauritius/Port Louis, Republic of Mauritius; and Durban, Port Elizabeth, and Cape Town, South Africa (overnight).
-- The Grand Palace - A vast complex of buildings, pavilions and gardens, the palace has been the primary residence and official ceremonial site for Kings of Siam since 1782.
-- Temples of the Emerald, Golden and Reclining Buddhas - The most sacred temple in Thailand, the world's largest solid gold statue (nearly six tons!), and one of the largest overall Buddha statues in the world, respectively.
-- Angkor Night Market - Open until at least midnight with more than 100 shops and merchants, the market sets the perfect scene for post-dinner shopping.
-- Khmer Ruins - An array of ancient Cambodian architectural masterpieces, from Bayon Temple, known for its forest of heads and maze of dark rooms and galleries, to Ta Prohm, an Indiana Jones-like lost temple in the jungle, entwined in massive tree roots.
-- Apsara Dance Performance - Prima ballerinas from the Royal Ballet of Cambodia will perform this elaborate traditional dance, exclusively for Crystal guests.
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