Jungled Temple of Beng Mealea & Floating Village

Beng Mealea, indeed, is a remarkable temple that offers a unique glimpse into the past. Located 65km from Siem Reap Town, it's known for its wild beauty where nature has taken over the ancient structures. Built in the early 12th century during the reign of King Suryavarman II, it shares the same architectural style as the iconic Angkor Wat. Kompong Kleang, on the other hand, is an impressive community on Tonle Sap Lake, known for its stilted houses that rise above the water. it's one of the largest communities on the lake, home to over 10,000 people.The village adapts to the seasonal changes in water level, which is a testament to the resilience and ingenuity of its residents. Both Beng Mealea and Kompong Kleang are must-visit destinations for those looking to explore the history and culture of Cambodia beyond the well-trodden paths.


Day 1:
  • Beng Mealea Temple : The mysterious temple which was built to the same floor as Angkor Wat and it's enclosed by a massive moat measuring 900m by 1200m.

@ Lunch break in local restaurant

  • Kompong Kleang Village : to take a private boat ride to see daily life of fishing people who living in Floating & Stilted Houses.
  • Taking a stop on the way to see and taste a local snack of Sticky Rice Bamboo (known as Krolan in Khmer).

Note : The following price is charged Per Tour, it is not charged individually.

No. Pax 1 - 2 3 - 6
Price  135USD 155USD 

Inclusion And Exclusion

  • English Speaking Guide
  • A / C transport
  • Parking Fees
  • Cool Towels
  • Cold Water
  • Pick up & Drop off at hotel
  • Temple Pass : 37USD/Person
  • Boat ride : 20USD/Person Or 15USD/Person (from 03Pax up)
  • All Meals (B/L/D)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Others not mentioned in the inclusive


  • Please wear the proper clothes for temple tours by making sure your shoulders & knees covered (Scarf for shoulders & Knees not allowed)
  • Please wear comfortable shoes for walking on uneven stairs.
  • Hats, Sunglasses, Sunscreen, Insect Spray are recommended.
  • Please bring charger for camera or phone which you can charge it while having lunch in local restaurant.
  • US Dollar is widely accepted in Cambodia. So you do not have to exchange your currency to Riel (Cambodian Currency). All torn, ripped and old US dollar bills or coin are not accepted in Cambodia.
  • The payment will be collected before the tour starts.