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FAMILY VOLUNTEERING PROJECTS IN CAMBODIA

CAMBODIA

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Volunteering in Cambodia is a rewarding delight for adults, but it's even better if you travel with your children! They gain even more than you do from the cultural experience.

These projects have been specially selected as being ideal for families. They can be done for as short a period of time as 1 week.

Our family projects are based in Siem Reap, close to the famous Angkor Wat and an excellent region from which to do a lot of exploring and sightseeing. Please click on the Projects recommended below to read their full descriptions.

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Teaching Children in Cambodia

Teach Poor Children near Angkor Wat in Siem Reap
Teach deserving children at an NGO school near Cambodia’s most popular national treasure, Angkor Wat. You can teach English, Music, Sports, Drama and Healthcare

A big attraction of this particular school is that the teachers are very open to new ideas, so if you have an interest in any other subjects that will be beneficial to the children, you'll be able to incorporate those into your placement as well.

Accommodation: Living just by the Old Market area of Siem Reap in a lively and sociable guesthouse, you’ll be right in the heart of the action! This popular inner city area gives you access to all that this tourist friendly city has going on. Your room will usually have a private bathroom and a western toilet. (Hot showers cannot be guaranteed, however.)

The guesthouse has a sociable communal living area with TV. The guesthouse is situated 30 minutes away from the Angkor Wat region.

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES AND SIGHTSEEING IN SIEM REAP:

SIEM REAP is a lively stop off destination on the South Asia tourist trail! With the flat plane jungle ruins catapulted to fame via Lara Croft just over the outskirts, the town is geared up for travellers and this is no more evident than in ‘Pub Street’ a place to drink beer and make new friends.

Siem Reap was a fashionable destination for the 1960’s elite pack wanderers and, according to the Lonely Planet, is once again one of the most popular spots on the planet today having reinvented itself as the heart of Cambodia, scattered with guesthouses, superb food and a steady flow of tourists from near and far.

Although developing fast, Siem Reap retains its charm with colonial, Chinese and old-style French architecture, shady boulevards and a river amidst the upsurge of hotels and new resorts. In the city, you’ll find traditional dance, craft shops, silk farms, rice-paddy countryside, fishing villages and markets of all kinds! Other local attractions include Angkor National Museum and the Cambodian Cultural Village.

ANGKOR WAT: Surrounded by beautiful rice fields, lakes and jungles Truly one of mankind’s most incredible achievements, this ancient city of temples will take your breath away and leave you traipsing through a mystical magnificent past. Built between 800 - 1200 AD by the Khmer Empire, more than 200 temples have been restored, to some extent enabling you an insight into life from this time. There are more than 1,000 ancient sites of Angkor although several are now almost entirely gone. Angkor Wat is a symbol of Cambodia and is the country's prime attraction for visitors.

Make a difference ... get the family involved!

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