Angkor Area & Koh Ker & Beng Mealea & Tonle Sap Lake

For those who are really interested in ancient temples in Siem Reap, also in its neighboring province. You will be amazed by viewing ruins from early Angkor Period like Roluos Group was built in late 9th century, Banteay Srei as a jewel pink sandstone temple. Angkor Wat then continuing to Angkor Thom with Bayon ‘A Giant Smiling Faces temple’ in the center, Ta Prohm with massive fig and silk-cotton trees growing over the towers and corridors offering a jungle atmosphere. Going to the further temple  ‘Koh Ker Group” built in early 10th Century, located 115km from town, on way back, following your guide to see Beng Mealea as a sprawling jungle temple. The last day, you'll experience a local wooden boat ride at Tonle Sap Lake to view fishing village.

Details

Day 01:
  • Roluos Group : Built in late 9th century by third King in Angkor Period Indravarman I.
  • Preah Ko
  • Bakong
  • Banteay Srei : The most intricate and beautiful carvings temple in Cambodia.

@ Lunch in local restaurant 

  • Banteay Samre : Built in Early 12th Century by the same king who built Angkor Wat  Suriyavarman II
  • Pre Rup : As a three-tired temple with brick towers and lovely view from top level.
Day 02 :
  • Angkor Wat : As visually, architecturally and artistically breathtaking. It is a massive three-tierd  pyramid crowned by five lotus-like towers rising 65 meters from ground level.
  • South Gate : It is crowned with 4 giant faces and with statues of Gods and Demons holding Naga standing both sides of a gate.
  • Bayon : The giant stone faces of Bayon becoming one the most recognizable images connected to classic Khmer art and architecture.
  • Baphuon : Large temple-mountain in Angkor Thom. 
  • Terrace of Elephants : It is impressive, 2.5m tall and 300m long terrace wall adorned with carved elephants and Garudas that spans the heart of Angkor Thom.
  • Terrace of Leper King : A double terrace wall with deeply carved Nagas and other mythological beings.

@ Lunch In local restaurant 

  • Ta Prohm : This sprawling monastic complex is only partially cleared of jungle overgrowth. Intentionally left partially unrestored.
Day 03:
  • Koh Ker Group : Located 115km from Siem Reap town.
  • Prasat Pram
  • Neang Khmao
  • Prasat Thom  as seven-tierd temple.
  • Prasat Linga
  • Prasat Damrei

@ Lunch in local restaurant 

  • Beng Mealea : Constructed in a distinctly Angkor Wat style under the same king that built Angkor  Wat.
Day 04:
  • Preah Khan : A huge, highly exploration complex. Full of carvings, passages and photo  opportunities.
  • Neak Pean : A small island temple located in the middle of the last Barray ‘jayatataka’.
  • Ta Som : Small, classic Bayon-style monastic complex.
  • East Mebon : Is a large temple-mountain-like ruin rising three levels and crowned by five towers.

@ Lunch in local restaurant 

  • Tonle Sap Lake : Taking a wooden boat ride to see floating village “ Fishing Community”.

Note :

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

@  Extra charge 10USD/Tour for sunrise at 4:45am from hotel, if you would like to see.

No. Pax 1 - 3 4 - 9
Price  355USD 415USD 

Inclusion And Exclusion

  • Professional English Speaking Guide
  • Private A/C Vehicle
  • Parking Fees
  • Cold drinking water
  • Refreshing towels during your tour
  • Pick up & Drop off at hotel
  • Angkor Pass : USD62/Person
  • Koh Ker Group : USD10/Person
  • Beng Mealea : USD05/Person
  • Boat Ride + Entrance Fees : $20/Person (1pax-2pax) OR USD15/Person (from 3pax - up)
  • All Meals (B/L/D)
  • Graduities
  • Others not mentioned in the inlusive

Remark

  • Please wear the proper clothes for temple tours, your shoulders & knees covered (scarf for covering shoulders & knees not allowed).
  • Please wear comfortable shoes for uneven stairs.
  • Hats, Sunglasses, Sunscream, 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 Kingdom of Cambodia. So you do not have to exchange your currency to Riel (Cambodian Currency). All torn, rip and old US dollar bills or coin are not accepted.
  • You can pay tour fee directly to your guide either at beginning or end of tour