Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor, which is located adjacent to the ancient Khmer archaeological sites in Cambodia, has launched a series of exclusive Curated Journeys.

These experiences are designed to provide guests with unique cultural insights and the region’s history.

The hotel has also introduced a ‘Resort Programme’ on-site.

The Curated Journeys feature a range of immersive experiences. The ‘Bespoke Temple Dinner’ is a candlelit dining event set within the Angkor temple complex, offering a menu inspired by the hotel’s 1936 offerings, complemented by traditional Cambodian Apsara dance performances.

The ‘Lost Civilisations of Angkor by Vespa’ tour provides a motorbike ride through the Angkor Archaeological Park. The ride will take guests to areas that cannot be reached easily by foot or car. The journey starts at dawn and includes a Raffles breakfast picnic.

The ‘Meet the Elephants of Angkor’ journey takes guests to a local elephant sanctuary in Kulen National Park, with proceeds supporting conservation efforts.

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The ‘Khmer Culinary Discovery’, curated by Evi-Elli, is a nighttime tour of Siem Reap’s culinary scene while the ‘Siem Reap Art Tour’, led by Robina Hanley, explores the city’s art community.

‘Reflections of Angkor’, guided by Régis Binard, offers a photography-focused cultural exploration.

The Raffles Resort programme includes seven experiences within the hotel grounds. ‘The Untold Stories’ is a history tour with the hotel’s resident historian, Mouth Saravann. ‘Sommelier Sessions’ with Eat Socheata, the hotel’s sommelier, educates guests on wine.

‘The Art of Lotus Folding’ teaches the craft of lotus leaf folding, and ‘Legendary Libations’ is a cocktail masterclass featuring the Singapore Sling and Angkor Sling.

The ‘Royal Residence Tour’, led by Resident Curator Pat Sambo, delves into Cambodia’s history while ‘Rise with the Sun’ offers a rejuvenating yoga session.

Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor general manager Joseph Colina said: “At Raffles, we remain steadfast to our heritage and traditions, the cornerstone of which is the curation of meaningful experiences. “Residents are invited to immerse themselves in a collection of cultural discoveries designed to forge a deeper connection with the destination.”