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What’s included

  • An English-speaking leader
  • Economy class return air fares from the UK & UK Departure Tax (flight inclusive only)
  • Single, timed, group airport transfers for international flights on arrival and departure
  • Boutique or good standard hotel on a twin share basis.
  • All meals from dinner on day 2 to breakfast on day 13. Breakfast from day 14 onwards.
  • All road transport by private vehicles
  • Sightseeing where specified
  • All entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • A free Mountain Kingdoms Water-to-Go bottle (see below) or a free Mountain Kingdoms fleece
  • Opportunity to join one of our pre-trip meets in the Cotswolds

Definitive Cultural Tour of Cambodia

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Cambodia | Tour

New for 2020
Definitive Cultural Tour of Cambodia

Duration:  18 days from the UK

Flight inclusive from £3,370,
Land only from £2,670

Book now or call 01453 844400

Beyond the splendour of Angkor Wat lies a wealth of lesser-known natural and cultural treasures waiting to be uncovered.

Highlights

  • Visit the spectacular hilltop temple complex of Preah Vihear
  • Explore the architectural wonders of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom
  • Search for endangered primates and rare birds in protected wildlife reserves
  • Walk with rescued elephants at the Elephant Valley Project
  • Take to the water to see the ‘floating’ stilt houses of Tonle Sap Lake
  • Tour the many cultural and historic sights of Phnom Penh and enjoy a sunset river cruise
  • Relax on the beach on pretty Koh Rong Island

Reviews

This is a really fascinating holiday due to the sights and the culture of the country plus the wonderful food and the lovely Cambodian people. On a trip with so many highlights my favourite moments were being so close to the elephants at the Elephant Valley Project and seeing the incredible temples at Angkor Wat.
Linda Denniff, Operations Team, Mountain Kingdoms

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We are delighted to offer this exciting new tour to Cambodia. As well as taking in some of the ‘must see’ sights our trip also takes you to lesser-known cultural gems and to some of the wilder corners of the country. Whilst the intricately carved temples of Angkor Wat rightly remain the country’s premier attraction, elsewhere there are forgotten temples, swathes of wildlife rich jungle and vibrant minority villages whose people still have enduring ties to the land.

Starting in Phnom Penh you tour the city’s gilded palaces and temples and take a sunset river cruise, before travelling to the northeast of the country, an area of hills and jungle including the Seima Protected Forest. Home to a resilient minority group, the Bunong people, Seima also shelters rare and endangered wildlife which ecotourism projects are working to protect from loggers and speculators. Here you will search for gibbons and other birds and mammals, and also enjoy a rewarding walk with a herd of rescued elephants.

Present day Cambodia is the successor state to the mighty Khmer Empire and you now drive north to visit the 11th century ruins of Preah Vihear. Considered to be the most spectacularly situated of all the remnants of the Khmer Empire, the temple complex is set high on a hilltop in the Dangrek Mountains, well away from the main tourist trail and you will explore this World Heritage Site on foot. You then head to Siem Reap where you will visit the riverbed carvings at Kbal Spean and the intricately carved temple of Banteay Srei, and then have two full days for an in-depth exploration of the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom.

Leaving the Khmer Empire behind a change of scenery takes you next to the Botum Sakor National Park. Here you stay in a top quality eco camp and immerse yourself in jungle activities whilst supporting the important conservation efforts of the wildlife alliance. Finally you will make your way to the palm-fringed, golden beaches of Koh Rong Island for a relaxing end to your superb tour.

The accommodation throughout has been carefully selected for its comfort, quality and location and offers a varied mix of boutique hotels, a stylish eco camp and an attractive beach resort.


At a glance

Duration:  18 days from the UK

Guaranteed to run for a minimum of 4 clients

Maximum group size: 8

Land only joining city: Phnom Penh

Accommodation types: Hotels, Eco-camp

Meal arrangements: 15 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 12 evening meals are included.

Itinerary overview
Day Activity
1
Fly London to Phnom Penh
2-3
Arrive. Phnom Penh sightseeing & river cruise.
4-5
Drive to Modulkiri and on to the Seima Protected Forest. Animal tracking.
6
Walk with elephants at the Elephant Valley Project.
7-8
Drive to Preah Vihear. Explore Preah Vihear Temple on foot. Drive to Siem Reap.
9
Visit ‘River of a Thousand Lingas’ at Kbal Spean. Explore Banteay Srie.
10-11
On foot exploration of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom.
12-13
Fly to Phnom Penh. Transfer to the Cardamom Tented Camp. Walks and jungle activities.
14-15
Transfer to Sihanoukville and on to Koh Rong Island. At leisure.
16-18
Transfer back to Phnom Penh. Fly to London.
Leader: Local leader, Cambodia
Local leader, Cambodia

We use English speaking local leaders - they are certified/registered guides, and in their company you will certainly gain an insight into the way of life, traditions and culture of Cambodia.


  1. Day 1 - Fly London to Phnom Penh

    Today you will depart from London. As there are no direct flights to Phnom Penh from the UK you will fly overnight via a hub such as Bangkok.

    Overnight iconOvernight: In flight
  2. Day 2 - Arrive Phnom Penh. Group transfer to hotel.

    On arrival in Phnom Penh, you will be met and transferred to your well-located hotel, close to the Independence Monument and a short walk from the royal palace and the riverside. After your long flight you might like to unwind with a walk in the lush tropical gardens, have a swim or perhaps venture out to take a stroll by the river.

    Overnight iconOvernight: La Rose Suites Or Similar, Phnom Penh
  3. Day 3 - Sightseeing in Phnom Penh.
    defintive cultural tour of cambodia sightseeing in phomn peh.

    Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, was founded in the 15th century and is known for its beautiful, historical architecture. You begin your sightseeing at the stunning Royal Palace complex, home to the Cambodian royal family and a symbol of the nation. The palace, built in the 19th century, is a fine example of Khmer architecture with a slight French touch. It is set in beautiful gardens, landscaped with tropical plants and dotted with gleaming spires. You will visit the throne room, the Moonlight Pavilion and the Silver Pagoda, so called after the 5,000 silver tiles covering the floor. Here are found some of the country's most cherished treasures, including a life-size gold Buddha studded with diamonds and a delicate emerald Buddha made of crystal, which gives the temple its Khmer name of Wat Preah Keo (Temple of the Emerald Buddha).

    After your visit to the palace you continue to the nearby National Museum. Housed in a terracotta structure of traditional design, it has a pretty courtyard garden and is home to the world's finest collection of sculpture from the Angkor period.

    In the afternoon there is an optional tour to learn about the horrific crimes of the Khmer Rouge. Firstly you visit Tuol Sleng, formerly a school, which the Khmer Rouge turned into a prison. Today it is a museum which serves to remind visitors of the terrible atrocities that came to pass in Cambodia. Tuol Sleng is a profoundly moving experience and not everyone will want to visit. However, it is key to understanding the hell into which Cambodia descended and how far it has come in the years since. You then travel out of town to the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek. Prisoners from Tuol Sleng followed this same route to their fate. An old Chinese cemetery, Choeung Ek was turned into an extermination camp for political prisoners. The remains of 8,895 people were exhumed from mass graves and are kept in a memorial stupa here. Despite the horrors of the past, this is a peaceful place to visit and to reflect on the tragic events that engulfed Cambodia and its people. If you would prefer not to take this tour, you may relax at your hotel or explore in town instead.

    In the late afternoon, you will board a local boat for a sunset and dinner cruise on the Tonle Sap River. The river famously reverses its direction each year, acting as natural flood barrier, the largest in the world, to the Mekong River. You will enjoy sunset views and see a side of Cambodia that seems far removed from life in Phnom Penh as you cruise past small floating villages and watch fishermen working with their boats. You return to your hotel after dark.

    Overnight iconOvernight: La Rose Suites Or Similar, Phnom Penh
  4. Day 4 - Drive to Mondulkiri, 800m/2,624ft – 370 km, approximately 5 hours.

    Today you drive to Mondulkiri, a hilly province located 370 kilometres east of Phnom Penh. Firstly you drive north out of town across the Chruoy Changvar Bridge and then cross the mighty Mekong River into Prey Veng Province. Later you go through the bustling junction town of Snuol and the border town of Kaoh Seima, before the road climbs into the hills and through some areas of pristine forest and jungle. After a journey of about five hours you emerge into a landscape of rolling hills and pine trees in the province Mondulkiri and continue to the regional capital, Sen Monorom.

    Although it is the largest province in Cambodia, Mondulkiri is also the most sparsely populated. This upland landscape has a mix of grassy hills, pine forest and jade green rainforests. Wild animals, such as bears, leopards and especially elephants, are more numerous here than elsewhere, although sightings are usually limited to birds, monkeys and the occasional wild pig. Conservationists have established several superb ecotourism projects in the province, but are always having to battle against loggers, poachers, plantations and well-connected speculators. The area is home to various ethnic minorities including the hardy Bunong people and their much-valued elephants.

    In the late afternoon, if time permits, you may visit the double-drop Bou Sraa waterfalls, and perhaps enjoy an afternoon swim there.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Mayura Hill Resort Or Similar, Mondulkiri
  5. Day 5 - Full day in the Seima Protected Forest. Gentle walks and game tracking.

    Today you will visit the Seima Protected Forest, an area which covers 2,000 square kilometres and is home to 25 different species of carnivore, including tiger and seven other species of wild cat. This protected area is of international importance for the conservation of primates such as gibbons, black-shanked doucs, macaques and langurs, as well as Asian elephants, wild cattle and an enormous diversity of birdlife including the striking giant hornbill. Importantly, the Seima forest is also home to several communities who have depended on the forest economically, culturally and spiritually for many generations.

    In Seima Forest, the tented Jahoo Gibbon Camp will be your base for the day's walking and exploration. Jahoo Gibbon Camp is a community-based ecotourism and conservation project. The community is composed mainly of Bunong indigenous people, who have traditionally lived in a close relationship with the forest, but who have limited access to means of income, education, and healthcare. Jahoo Gibbon Camp seeks to address this by providing a sustainable way for the community to earn an income through their forest resources.

    You will need a very early start to drive to Jahoo Gibbon Camp in order to have the best opportunity to see the wildlife, particularly the endangered (and very pretty) yellow-cheeked crested gibbons. Experienced local guides will help you identify the wildlife and do their utmost to ensure that you get the most out of your visit. Breakfast and lunch will be provided at Jahoo Gibbon Camp.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Mayura Hill Resort Or Similar, Mondulkiri
  6. Day 6 - Half day at the Elephant Valley Project walking with an elephant herd - approximately 4-5 hours walking depending on the herd.

    Today you will drive half an hour to the nearby Elephant Valley Project. This project, with the support of the Bunong villagers, rescues and rehabilitates captive elephants who have suffered injury and mistreatment.

    You will have a unique 'Walking with the Herd' experience. You will be introduced to two herds of elephants and get to know more about their history, character, behaviour and body language while walking alongside them in their natural environment. This is a chance to observe these majestic animals at close quarters in a natural habitat that gives them total respect and as much freedom as possible.

    Please note that the activities at Elephant Valley Project may vary depending on the season and weather, as the elephants are able to roam over a wide area - but whatever happens a unique experience is guaranteed. After lunch you will return to your hotel, with the rest of the day at leisure for you to relax and reminisce over the day's experience.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Mayura Hill Resort Or Similar, Mondulkiri
  7. Day 7 - Drive to Preah Vihear - 7 hours.

    After breakfast you will drive north towards the Laos and Thai borders. Firstly you travel along the new National Highway 7 towards Ratanakiri, where you will have lunch. You will then continue via Stung Treng a traditional fishing and farming region as well as a port and gateway to the nearby Lao border. Here you can learn about traditional silk production in northeast Cambodia as well as visiting the kindergarten where you will no doubt be greeted by lots of smiling, curious children. You then continue to your hotel at Preah Vihear through more lovely rural scenery.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Preah Vihear Boutique Hotel Or Similar, Siem Reap
  8. Day 8 - Explore Preah Vihear Temple. Drive to Siem Reap – 238km, 3-4 hours.

    Today you will visit the temple of Preah Vihear - an ancient Hindu temple complex, built during the period of the Khmer Empire and considered to be one of the outstanding masterpieces of Khmer architecture. This site is particularly well preserved mainly due to its remote location. To reach Preah Vihear you take 4x4 vehicles up a snaking mountain road into the Dangrek Mountains, which mark the border between Cambodia and Thailand. The final section of the road clings to the face of a cliff which plunges precipitously away to the plains of Preah Vihear province, hundreds of metres below and the views are breath taking. This impressive complex is a World Heritage Site and you will explore the sprawling temple complex on foot.

    Later you journey to Siem Reap where you check into your hotel. The rest of the day will be at leisure. You can relax by the pool or maybe treat yourself to a massage in the hotel spa. If you are feeling adventurous, you could jump in a tuk tuk and head into town to barter for the many souvenirs and clothing on offer.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hanuman Alaya Villa Or Similar, Siem Reap
  9. Day 9 - Drive & walk to Kbal Spean - 1 hour drive, 1 hour walk. Explore Banteay Srei. Evening circus performance.
    defintive cultural tour of cambodia bass reliefs angkor wat.

    After breakfast you will drive north to visit Kbal Spean. Commonly known as the 'River of a Thousand Lingas', Kbal Spean was only 'discovered' in 1969. It is an intricately carved riverbed, located deep in the foothills of the Cambodian jungle. The Khmers adorned the limestone river bed with a riot of carvings depicting Hindu mythological scenes and symbols, including thousands of lingams. There is a uphill walk to reach the river carvings, this takes about 50 minutes from the road and is an easy climb up through the jungle on a pretty path.

    Later you head to Banteay Srei, Angkor's ultimate art gallery. This petite pink temple is considered the jewel in the crown of Angkor-era sculpture. The elaborate carvings here are the finest found in Cambodia - the name translates as 'Fortress of the Women', thanks to the intricate detail, considered too fine for the hands of a man.

    On the way back to Siem Reap, you will visit the small Cambodia Landmine Museum to learn more about the scourge of landmines and the shadow they cast over rural communities in Cambodia. The museum promotes mine awareness and education and shows how land mines and bombs are being defused every day by a growing group of dedicated men and women, how help is being given to those disabled by explosions and also how schools are being set up to help educate and train the local young people.

    In the evening you head out to the home of the innovative circus performers from Phare Ponleu Selpak. This contemporary circus includes acrobatics, dancing, juggling, live music and much more. As this is a modern circus there are no animals involved in the hour long show.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hanuman Alaya Villa Or Similar, Siem Reap
  10. Day 10 - Sunrise at Angkor Wat and visit to Ta Prohm. Visit village on Tonle Sap Lake.

    Rising at the crack of dawn, you journey out to the mother of all temples, Angkor Wat. The majority of Angkor Wat was built in the first half of the 12th century by King Jayavarman II. There has been debate as to whether Angkor Wat was built as a temple or a tomb, but it is now generally accepted that it was both; a temple of worship when the King was alive and a mausoleum after his death. It is surrounded by a wide moat and its architectural plan was designed to be symbolic. It was built to represent the universe with the five central towers symbolising the mythical Mount Meru, the outer wall the mountains on the edge of the world and the surrounding moat either the oceans beyond or the universe. The first causeway is flanked by Naga - seven-headed snakes and the causeway represents the bridge between Earth and Heaven. The temple consists of three rectangular or square platforms, each of which is progressively smaller and higher than the one below. The lower platform contains amazingly-detailed bas-reliefs, which depict battle scenes as well as scenes derived from Hindu epics such as the 'Churning of the Ocean of Milk'. At the heart of the temple is a tower, which rises 65m/213ft, surrounded by four other towers at each corner. It is estimated that the temple took 30-40 years to construct. It is believed that King Jayavarman II died before the temple's completion with some carving being unfinished.

    After plenty of time to enjoy Angkor Wat you will visit Ta Prohm. Now cloaked in shadows Ta Prohm was once
    a monastery and Buddhist temple dedicated to the mother of Jayavarman VII. There are many towers, corridors
    and piles of carved stones, now lying in ruins. It has become famous as one of the places used in the 'Tomb
    Raider' film, but despite its popularity it is one of the most atmospheric of all the monuments

    You then drive to Tonle Sap lake, stopping en route to have lunch at Sala Roluos Khmer House, a beautiful traditional wooden house located close to the 9th century capital of Hariharalaya and the rustic Cambodian town of Roluos. After lunch you continue south to visit Kompong Khleang, one of the largest and least-visited villages on the Tonle Sap Lake. The village has a population of about 10,000 people, all of whom make a living from the fishing industry. During the wet season you may explore the canals or during the dry season the streets of this incredible town. In the wet season, the houses appear to be floating, as water laps at the verandas, but in the dry season towering stilts are revealed, the houses almost like wooden skyscrapers. You visit one of the pagodas, built on the site of an ancient temple, to see the wall paintings.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hanuman Alaya Villa Or Similar, Siem Reap
  11. Day 11 - Walking tour of Angkor Thom and Bayon.

    Today you will explore Angkor Thom on foot. This walk is a fantastic way to experience the best of Angkor Thom and offers a real insight into the size and scale of this ancient city. You begin your walk at the impressive South Gate of the walled city of Angkor Thom and walk on the immense ancient walls towards the southwest corner where there is a small temple, Prasat Chrung. You also discover the irrigation and drainage system that enabled the waters of the Siem Reap river to flow through the city from the northeast to southwest. You continue walking around to the West Gate, where the causeway has collapsed leaving a muddle of stone figures looking like victims of some terrible historic accident.

    From the West Gate you weave your way towards the principal temples: the Baphuon, often nicknamed the world's largest jigsaw puzzle as it was dismantled before the civil war and the Khmer Rouge destroyed all the archaeological records; the Royal Palace complex, which was once home to the God-kings of Angkor; and Phimean Akas, a petite pyramid temple. Finally you arrive at atmospheric Preah Palilay, a Buddhist temple overshadowed by huge Capok trees.

    You will then take a long break for lunch within the walls of Angkor Thom, enjoying some Cambodian food and perhaps a fresh coconut to boost your energy for the afternoon. Lunch will be at Sala Kdei, a beautiful traditional wooden house overlooking the royal bathing pool of Sra Srang.

    After lunch, you explore the central square of Angkor Thom, starting at the Terrace of the Leper King. This intricately carved platform was the royal crematorium and the statue that was originally thought to be the leper king is now believed to be Yama, the god of death. You continue along the Terrace of Elephants, originally used as a viewing gallery for the king to preside over parades, performances and traditional sports. You may cross over the royal parade ground to take a look at the towers of Prasat Suor Prat, once believed to have been connected by rope bridges and used for dance and circus performances.

    The climax is the enigmatic and enchanting temple of the Bayon. At the exact centre of Angkor Thom, this is an eccentric expression of the creative genius and inflated ego of Cambodia's most celebrated king. Its 54 towers are each topped off with the four faces of Avalokiteshvara (Buddha of Compassion), which bear more than a passing resemblance to the king himself. These colossal heads stare down from every side, exuding power and control with a hint of compassion, just the mix required to keep a hold on such a vast empire. Before clambering upwards, you puzzle over the mysteries of the bas-reliefs, with their intricate scenes of ancient battles against the Chams and their snapshot of daily life during the Angkor period.

    The rest of the day will be at leisure.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hanuman Alaya Villa Or Similar, Siem Reap
  12. Day 12 - Transfer via Phnom Penh to the eco camp in the Botum Sakor National Park.

    After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport in good time for your flight to Phnom Penh. You will be met on arrival in Phnom Penh, and immediately leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind as you once again head back into the countryside. Along the way you travel through the small port of Sre Ambel before passing beautiful stretches of Jungle and, weather permitting, enjoying some delightful views over the Cardamom Mountains. You stop for lunch at a local restaurant then continue to the Trapaegn Rung Bridge. Here you will have a chance to freshen up before taking a trip along the Preak Tachan River to the eco camp at in the Botum Sakor National Park, an adventure in itself and a great chance to get some great photos.

    After arriving into camp the rest of the day will be at leisure to take in the surroundings and immerse yourself in nature. Botum Sakor is Cambodia's largest national park and is situated on the Gulf of Thailand. It has a great diversity of habitat including grassland, forest, coastal plain and mangroves, and therefore has a rich diversity of wildlife including many endangered and endemic species. Research into the park is still in its infancy though, so there is still much to learn and discover about the species who call the park home.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Cardamom Tented Camp, Botum Sakor National Park
  13. Day 13 - Forest walk.
    defintive cultural tour of cambodia cardamom camp wildlife.

    After an early breakfast you will meet the Wildlife Alliance rangers whom the staff at the tented camp work closely with to maintain the area and its species. You will take a gentle walk along a network of abandonded poaching and logging trails in the dense forest. There may also be a chance to spot some macaques, gibbons or hornbill. This morning's walk will come to an end at the Ranger Station, here you will find many of the confiscated items that poachers have used on display.

    You then have two options to return back to camp: you can walk back or alternatively you may kayak back to the camp along the meandering river.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Cardamom Tented Camp, Botum Sakor National Park
  14. Day 14 - Depart Cardamom tented camp and transfer to Koh Rong Island.

    This morning if you are an early riser you can go on a self-guided walk of the forest trails. You will then bid a fond farewell to the camp and make your way to the coast and the popular resort of Sihanoukville. On arrival at the pier you will take a local speed boat to your accommodation on beautiful Koh Rong Island. Your resort is located on the beach giving you the chance to really relax and to watch some fantastic sunsets.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Long Set Resort, Koh Rong Island
  15. Day 15 - At leisure.

    Today is free for you to relax and enjoy the excellent facilities at your hotel, or to explore the island. Koh Rong is famed for its beautiful white sand beaches and warm, crystal clear waters, whilst the interior of the island is made up of dense jungle terrain. Your hotel offers a selection of activities and local tours if you are feeling a little adventurous. These can all be booked and paid for locally.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Long Set Resort, Koh Rong Island
  16. Day 16 - Return to Phnom Penh - 6 hours.

    This morning you will leave Koh Rong, taking the speed boat back to Sihanoukville then driving back to Phnom Penh for your final night in Cambodia.

    Overnight iconOvernight: La Rose Suites Or Similar, Phnom Penh
  17. Day 17 - Transfer to airport and depart Cambodia.

    After breakfast there will be a group transfer to the airport for your overnight flight back to London.

    Overnight iconOvernight: In flight
  18. Day 18 - Arrive London.


2019

Dates Availability Land Only Flight Inclusive from
Sat 23 Nov - Tue 10 Dec 2019 Available£2670 Book£3370 Book

2020

Dates Availability Land Only Flight Inclusive from
Sun 9 Feb - Wed 26 Feb 2020 Available£2850 Book£3500 Book
Thu 26 Nov - Sun 13 Dec 2020 Available£2895 Book£3545 Book

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What’s included

  • An English-speaking leader
  • Economy class return air fares from the UK & UK Departure Tax (flight inclusive only)
  • Single, timed, group airport transfers for international flights on arrival and departure
  • Boutique or good standard hotel on a twin share basis.
  • All meals from dinner on day 2 to breakfast on day 13. Breakfast from day 14 onwards.
  • All road transport by private vehicles
  • Sightseeing where specified
  • All entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • A free Mountain Kingdoms Water-to-Go bottle (see below) or a free Mountain Kingdoms fleece
  • Opportunity to join one of our pre-trip meets in the Cotswolds

What’s not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Visa fees
  • Airport departure taxes, excepting UK
  • Optional trips
  • Tips


Extend your holiday

There are many ways you can extend your holiday with Mountain Kingdoms: book extra hotel nights, relax at a beautiful beach resort, take a warm-up trek, arrange a personal sightseeing tour or enjoy specialist activities such as rafting, birdwatching or a safari.

We're happy to suggest ideas, provide quotes and make all the arrangements. We can also assist with flight and hotel upgrades. Just call us on +44 (0)1453 844400 or email info@mountainkingdoms.com and we will be pleased to help.

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