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Understanding of Angkor in deepness (Tour in Cambodia)

Arrival Siem Reap/Rolous Group/Banteay Srei/Angkor Wat/Angkor Thom...

Meet your guide and driver who will pick up to hotel for check In, Free and Relax in Hotel in Siem Reap. Dinner in Hotel.



After your delicious breakfast, we start visiting Preah Ko is first on the itinerary today, and is located around 12 Km southeast of Angkor. Also originally dedicated to Shiva.

Bakong:  this is the official temple mountain of the city of Hariharalaya, built around 881 and it is generally viewed as the prototype for the temple mountain. Here you can see the guardian lions and elephant statues, strategically placed around the pyramids.

Lolei is the last one this morning, and is not too far from Bakong. Built in 889 it was the first to be built on an artificial island, set in the middle of the now-dry Indratataka Baray, or man-made reservoir. Lunch at Local Restaurant is including.

Afternoon: Visit Banteay Srei is now one of the best-preserved temples in the area and Overall, Banteay Srei is one of the masterpieces of Khmer art. The exquisite carvings in the beautiful pink sandstone of voluptuous, divine women also makes it stand out amongst all the others, hence it is known locally as the ‘Citadel of the Women’.

Pre Rup is one of a very impressive temple, built in 962, it is known as ‘Turning the Corpse’ due to an ancient burial ritual, due to a large sarcophagus being found on the site, however this is unlikely as Pre Rup is another temple dedicated to the mount of Shiva, and the sarcophagus was probably a pedestal for the bull, Nandi.

Sunset here ends day 1 of our 3-day tour.



We start day 2 at the largest religious site in the world, Angkor Wat. There are not really enough words to describe this jewel in the crown of Angkor, but you can easily see the majority of the places of interest in a morning, especially if you decide to start early enough to see the sunrise. Originally dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, it faces west instead of the usual requirement to face east. Depending on time we can visit several more temples such as Thommanon, Chau Say Tevoda, Ta Keo or Spean Thma.

Thommanon can be found about 1/3 of a mile from the Victory Gate of Angkor Thom. It is small but very elegant in many ways, having had some restoration in the 1960’s.

Chau Say Tevoda can be found opposite Thommanon, has a causeway leading to the Siem Reap River. Originally it was surrounded by a wall some 33 x 42 metres, and some restoration work was carried out a few years ago.

Ta Keo: Construction was started in 985 by one king as his new capital, and resumed by the next one, however it was never completed due to a defeat in battle. This is an impressive, 45m high pyramid, with steps at a steep 55ï‚° gradient.

Spean Thma means ‘Stone Bridge’ and crosses the Siem Reap River. It was constructed from materials taken from 15th and 16th century temples and is supported by piers made of stone.


Afternoon: continue your trip to visit Preah Khan known as the ‘Fortunate City Blessed with Victory’, or more recently ‘Sacred Sword) was a true city with 102 impressive pyramids and supported by as many as 100,000 people living in and around the city walls.

Neak Pean is a smallish but nonetheless important monument. Not the best of roads to get there but worth the effort, the modern name is ‘Entwined Nagas’, Neak Pean is some 350 metres square, and comprises 13 pools, of which around 5 have been restored.

Baksei Chamkrong is a relatively small but very impressive pyramid temple built around 947 A.D. and only 250 metres from the south gate of Angkor Thom, which we will visit in the afternoon. Known by the local as ‘bird with sheltering wings’, which comes from a story of a large bird that saved the life of a Khmer king by shielding him against his enemies with its wings.

Phnom Bakeng, also known as the ‘Strong Hill’ was build atop a natural hill some 70 metres high. When built, this sat in what was probably the one of the largest cities in the world at the time, around 889, and was surrounded by an enclosure wall some 4 kilometres square. Water was supplied to this new capital by the building of the east Baray, a man made reservoir measuring a massive 7 x 1.8 kilometres, and fed by the Siem Reap River.


Your 3rd day is more impressive that you are very aware of khmer history and culture so we start to visit Angkor Thom: In its heyday, Angkor Thom was the ‘Great Capital’, home to a million inhabitants. Inside the walls were found the courts, priests, high officials and bureaucrats, with the commoners living around the outside. It’s an impressive 3 Km along each of the 4 sides, encircled by a 100 m wide moat, behind 8 m high walls.

We cover the main features in and around the area covered by this magnificent complex, including the Victory Gate, Bayon, Baphuon, Leper King and Elephant Terraces, Phimeanakas and possibly Preah Palilay. Lunch at local restaurant.


Afternoon: continue to visit Prasat Kravan is known as the ‘Cardamom Sanctuary’ and was originally surrounded by a reservoir (Prasat meaning ‘tower’). Banteay Kdei, or ‘Citadel of the Cells’, referring to monk’s dwellings, was built in 1181, and is in all likelihood, another one dedicated to Buddha. Srah Srang: This is a Baray (or man made reservoir). Lined with sandstone, there is a restored landing stage area on the west side of the lake. Ta Prohm Consecrated in 1186, and built originally in a residential area, Ta Prohm has become a favourite of many tourists due to it being deliberately left in the grip of the jungle. It’s popularity increased when it was used as a location in the Tomb Raider movie.



Morning enjoy your breakfast and free at leisure till your departure.

  • Hotel Accommodation with Twin Sharing Basis and Daily Breakfast
  • Professional English Speaking Guide
  • All land Transport for Airport and Tours
  • Meal Full-Board (L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
  • All Temple Entrance Fees
  • Fresh Water and Cold Towel during Tours

  • Cambodian Visa or E-Visa
  • All kinds of Travel Insurance
  • All Flights In/Out
  • Luggage Excess Charge
  • Personal Expense (Phone Call, Laundry, Food & Beverage…etc.)
  • Other Expense not mention in the program

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