We Are Travelers First
We know that the journey matters just as much as the destination, and we make the entire travel experience our number one priority. We believe in making a positive impact on the communities we visit and the travelers that journey with us.
We are locally owned and operated, and we support fellow locally owned businesses wherever possible. We strive to work with companies that treat their employees with the utmost respect, and we seek to ensure that our experiences carry a positive impact in every way.
Tours that Transform
It has been said that travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer, and Asian Bliss Tours embodies this sentiment. You will come away from your experience with an expanded consciousness, a deeper connection to our world, and memories that will last a lifetime.
Meet Others, Meet Yourself
Awaken a better version of yourself when you join up with like-minded travelers. Forge a lasting connection and share incredible experiences with others who share your passion for conscious travel.
If you want to get in touch you’re gonna have to get away and get focused on what’s important. Tour the Cambodian countryside while you study the ancient Buddhist precepts. See the sights on a tour meant to educate, making time for Q+A sessions and meditation practice.
Taste the sweet life with homemade palm sugar candies and juicy fruits, offered up by local farmers who park along the jungle paths to some of ancient Angkor’s best hidden temples, lost for hundreds of years. Rediscover the ancient Angkor empire before an afternoon of museum hopping.
Siem Reap > Phnom Penh > Sihanoukville
One week holiday to squeeze it all in? No worries. Trek through the temples in Siem Reap, get lost in Phnom Penh’s mishmash of French colonial architecture and tropical chaos. Then give yourself the chance to unwind with a few blissed out days on the beach.
Begin your journey by ditching the crowds. Lose the highway in favor of rugged dirt roads. Wade through the magical flooded forest, eat a meal cooked by Cambodians in their family home, and get your hands dirty when you try to harvest rice the local Khmer way.
From The Blog
The Khmer New Year holiday lasts for three days beginning mid April depending on the "Maha Songkran" ancient horoscope. This marks the end of the harvest season and thus is a time for farmers enjoy the fruits of their labor before the rainy season begins. Think...read more
Angkor Archaeological Park is the primary draw for most visitors to Cambodia, and stretching for more than 400 square kilometers, people tend to spend as much time exploring as their trip allows. Not only are the temples themselves archaeological and architectural feats, but the park is still inhabited by ancestors of the Khmer empire and displays an incredible range of Khmer art.read more