Explore the ancient Khmer capital of Angkor Thom, and see its Bayon temple and Terrace of the Elephants. Visit the Ta Promh temple, engulfed by the jungle. Spend the afternoon at Angkor Wat, and enjoy a buffet dinner and Apsara dance performance.
Visiting group of Koh Ker temples, the main one is Pyramid which were built by King Jayavarman IV (928-944), discover the early 11th-century Angkor temple of Beng Melea, covered in thick tree roots and vines, Cruise the Tonle Sap Lake by boat to visit the floating village
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Tour at 08:30 am
Discover the great lake “Tonle Sap” and explore the ancient Khmer capital of Angkor Thom, Ta Promh temple, engulfed by the jungle, Angkor Wat, and enjoy a buffet dinner and Apsara dance performance.
Visiting group of Koh Ker temples, the main one is Pyramid which were built by King Jayavarman IV (928-944), discover the early 11th-century Angkor temple of Beng Melea, covered in thick tree roots and vines, Cruise the Tonle Sap Lake by boat to visit the floating village and Siem Reap City Tour to visit the old market, night market and Shopping.
After breakfast you’ll head out with your guide to Angkor Thom, an ancient capital of the Khmer empire. Starting at the south gate you’ll explore the complex, visiting the central Bayon temple, the 3-tiered Hindu Baphoun temple, and the Terrace of the Elephants, which is part of the walled city.
Continue the tour with a stop at the Ta Promh jungle temple, built by King Jayavarman VII in 1186. You may recognize the temple and the jungle that has engulfed it from the Hollywood movie Tomb Raider.
Stop for lunch at a local restaurant before visiting the iconic Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Angkor Wat was built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II, and dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu.
At the end of the tour you’ll enjoy a buffet dinner, accompanied by an Apsara dance performance at a Siem Reap restaurant.
Today, you will drive to the north-east of Siem Reap (130KM) to visit the group of Koh Ker temples, the main one is Pyramid which were built by King Jayavarman IV (928-944). On the way back you will visit O Thmordab “stone Quarry”, where the Khmer ancestors cut the sand stone to build temples in Cambodia.
The temple complex at Koh KOr northeast of Siem Reap, represents the remnants of the capital of the Khmer Empire from 928AD-944AD, a very unique period ion the Age of Angkor. From the time of Khmer capital was first moved to the Angkorarea in the late 9th century, it would remain there for almost 500 years, with one brief interruption. What is known is that in 928AD. Have lunch at local restaurant.
Then you will visit Beng Mealea Temple, which was built at the end of 11th century as a model of Angkor Wat. The temple, Sprawling jungle temple covering over one square kilometer. The temple is largely overrun by vegetation and very lightly tourist,giving it an adventurous, ‘lost temple’ feel. Photographers: trees growing from the broken towers and galleries offer some of the best ‘tree in temple’ shots aside from Ta Promh.
Constructed in a distinctly Angkor Wat style under the same king that built Angkor Wat, Beng Melea preceded and may have served as a prototype of sorts for Angkor Wat. Thought there are dome lintel and door way carvings, there are no bas-reliefs and the carving are comparatively spare. When the temple was active the walls may have been covered, painted or had frescos. In it time, Beng Melea was at the crossroads of several major highways that ran to Angkor, Koh Ker,Preah Vihear.
Kompong Phluk Floating Village is a permanent village opposed to floating, And it’s about 25 kilometers east of Chong Khneas. Here is a much better option for you to visit a village on the lake. Kompong Phluk is accessible by boat only. Kompong Phluk is a relatively small village that provides very good insight into the village lifestyle of the Tonle Sap. This village exists almost exclusively on fishing and related activities. Houses are built on stilts up to 10 m high, and the village is surrounded by flooded forest.
Siem Reap City Tour to visit the old market, night market and Shopping
Dress standards are conservative throughout Asia, especially outside major cities. To respect this and for your own comfort, please wear modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the hot Asian climate. Comfortable shoes are a must.
The Apsara Authority which manages the park reserves the right to refuse entry to certain areas of the site for guests who wear clothing which is considered immodest. No smoking, drinking alcohol, or touching the carvings is permitted in and around the temples.
Closure of site: The third level of Angkor Wat is not open during Buddhist holidays.
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