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Here is a sample of some of the sites in our most popular three day itineraries. We can adjust your tour to meet your specific needs.

The temple complexes of Angkor Wat are world heritage sites and are among the seven ancient wonders of the world. They hold many spectacular and mysterious carvings and statues. It would take many weeks of careful study to visit them all. Fortunately, your Angkor Wat guide will show you the most beautiful and significant places in a reasonable amount of time.

You may select to visit all or just some of the sites listed above for your Cambodian experience. We specialize in catering to your time and budget constraints in order that you may have the most meaningful experience for whatever time period that you stay in Kampuchea.
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Morning Tour

Angkor Wat

Today your adventure begins with a morning visit to the famous temple-Angkor Wat. This is the world’s largest temple with world’s longest intricately carved bas-relief panels. Explore this 3-tier pyramidal structure with massive galleries of thousand of Buddha’s interior wall and niches decorated with stone Apsaras (celestial dancers ) and Devotes (goddesses ) and take a walk around the top terrace for a great view of Angkor.

Afternoon tour

Angkor Thom Bayon

During the afternoon tour we will take a look the Great City of Angkor Thom Bayon. This state temple was probably more opulent than most European cities in the late 12th century. Travelers may find themselves lost among glorious temples which were left in the forest for hundreds of years.

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Morning Tour

The morning tour of the second day includes visits to the following temple complexes:

Preah Khan

Preah Khan is a huge Buddhist university in 13th century by Buddhist king. With fabulous carved stone lanterns and impressive sculptures Preah Khan is a huge, highly explorable monastic complex, full of carvings, passages and photo opportunities. It originally served as a Buddhist monastery and school, engaging over 1000 monks.

Neak Pean

Neak Pean-a shrine built on a small circular Island, When constructed, this small island temple was located in the middle of the last reservoir (baray) to be constructed by a Khmer king in the Angkor area. The small central temple sits in the center of a cross or lotus pattern made up of eight pools. Neak Pean may have served an absolution function, and the waters were thought to have healing properties.

Ta Som

At Ta Som, a huge tree grows from the top of the eastern gopura.. The temple consists of a single shrine located on one level and surrounded by enclosure laterite walls. Like the nearby Preah Khan and Ta Prohm temples this temple was left largely unrestored, with numerous trees and other vegetation growing among the ruins.

East Mebon

East Mebon is a large temple- mountain it stands on what was an artificial island at the center of the now dry East Baray reservoir. Visitors looking out from the upper level today are left to imagine the vast expanses of water that formerly surrounded the temple. Four landing stages at the base give reminder that the temple was once reached by boat.

Pre Rup

The temple comlex of Pre Rup’s extensive use of laterite and brick give it a pleasing reddish tone that is heightened by early morning and late afternoon sunlight. There are great views from the top terrace.


Afternoon tour

Ta Promh

Ta Promh, with its jungle over growth, is a favorite site of visitors. Ta Prohm temple is certainly one of most impressive, if not most impressive of all the temples of the site of Angkor . It was to be in its time a gigantic monastic city and when you enter by the East gate, it is necessary to imagine that you cross an active city of many people where houses, made light materials entirely disappeared with Time. Inscriptions indicate that 80.000 people worked at the service of this monastery.

Banteay Kdei

Banteay Kdei is temple where massive fig and silk- cotton trees grow from the tower and corridors altering a Jungle atmosphere, This temple built, conforming to the style of the Ta Prohm and Preah Khan temples in the vicinity during the same period by Jayavarman VII, but of a smaller size, was built as a Buddhist monastic complex on the site of a 10th century temple built by Rajendravarman.

Prasat Kravan is a small 10th century temple consisting of five reddish brick towers on a common terrace. The temple was dedicated to Vishnu in 921 CE, according to an inscription on door jambs.

Phnom Bakheng

Phnom Bakheng is a Hindu temple in the form of a temple mountain. Dedicated to Shiva, it was built at the end of the 9th century, during the reign of King Yasovarman (889-910). Located atop a hill, it is nowadays a popular tourist spot for sunset views of the much bigger temple Angkor Wat, this is the location of a famous scene from the movie “Tomb Raiders”

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Morning Tour

On the morning of the third day, your tour guide will lead you to see the floating villages of the people who live in the great lake of south East Asia, Tonle Sap.

On our journey back to Siem Reap will pass some of the killing fields where some of the tragic events during the Pol Pot regime occurred.

Afternoon Tour

In the afternoon of the third day. we will visit the Old City market and les Artisan D’Angkor, This is where local artisians make Cambodian Arts and crafts.

Evening Entertainment

In the evening you can vist the night market with its hustle and bussle of local townspeople. Perhaps you would prefer a dinner show with authentic Cambodian cuisine and floor show of Asmara dancers. There is a great deal to see and do in Siem Reap and your journey will be a magical one.

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