Starting ideally at 7:30am from your Hotel, we get a head start on the crowds so we can arrive 120km away at Koh Ker before the hottest time of the day. Take your time and feel at home amongst the ruins without a swarm of tourists negating the experience. If you feel up to it, climb to the top of the Pyramid temple and survey the jungle surrounded rice fields, or just wonder around the base. Then pop over to Prasad Thneng, and/or Prasad Leung to see some of the best endowed Shiva Linga in Cambodia.
Next stop is Prasad Bram where the Strangler Figs are reclaiming the temples for the Jungle, being a lot quieter than Angkor Area you can hear birds singing in the Jungle. Grab some local lunch when the sun is high in the sky and then we make our way to the Jungle Temple of Beng Mealea. End your day around 6:30pm back at your hotel or a Siem Reap restaurant.
Save money with a flat rate sedan for groups of up to 4 people, or upgrade to a van of size to suit your group ~10.
Explore the exquisite Preah Vihear area on this full-day tour from Siem Reap, where you will not only see the ” Paradise temple ” as Preah Vihear is known, but stop at a country market and even see the tomb of the infamous Pol Pot. This private, customizable tour begins in the morning at 7:00am in front of your hotel where you’ll meet your local English speaking driver with experience Preah Vihear adventure by air-conditioned and comfortable minivan, sedan or minibus.
Preah Vihear is 240km & very far from the crowds of Angkor Wat, so you can enjoy the calm of the countryside & scenes of rural Cambodian life, stopping at Anlong Veng market, and/or Pol Pot cemetery. At Preah Viher we climb to the top by pickup truck where you have a couple of hours to take in the scenic views and magnificence of the temple. Enjoy a local lunch on the mountain top or below near the car park.
Finish your day either at your hotel, night spot or thailand border crossing.Read More
Explore the exquisite Jungle Temple – Beng Mealea and surrounding area on this full-day tour from Siem Reap.
Built on a similar floor plan as Angkor Wat, Beng Mealea is a genuine ruin, and with far fewer tourists you can very well imagine you are on the set of Tomb Raider or even The Temple of Doom, while exploring this mysterious Temple, which is mostly reclaimed by the Jungle.
After a traditional lunch with sticky rice we go to your next destinationRead More
Apsara អប្សរា is short for Tep Apsara (very beautiful women), but usually refers to the Apsara dancing performance which in previous times were only performed before the king or royal family due to the sacred nature of the dance. Fortunately now we treat visitors to Cambodia as though they are royal, and you are welcome to watch this…Read More
Old Market – Phasar Chas (Angkor Night Market) Siem Reap The Old Market is the oldest local market in Siem Reap city. It has become very famous with tourists due to its reasonable prices, huge variety of merchandise and local produce. It is also very much a market for the locals and offers a real…Read More
Cambodia (Kampuchea) is the located in Southeast Asia bordering Thailand, Lao and Vietnam. Cambodia is officially known as Kingdom of Cambodia (ព្រះរាជាណាចក្រកម្ពុជា Preah Reacheanachak Kampuchea). Cambodia was under French Colonial rule from 1863 to 1953. After 90 years of French rule there was finally independence and. peace from 1954 to 1970, so during this time…Read More
Preah Vihear Temple or Prasad Preah Vihear Preah Vihear Temple was built in the reign of King Suryavarman I and Suryavarman II in the 11th – 12th centuries on top of Dangrek Mountain which is 525 meters high (1722 feet). It is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva and is an outstanding masterpiece in the…Read More
Prasad Thom now known as Koh Ker Temple was built during the reign of King Jayavarman IV and Hashavarman II in the years 928-944 AD. It is located around 120km (75 miles) from Siem Reap city and was the capital city of the Khmer Empire at one time. This amazing Temple has 7 levels and…Read More
The coming of (marrying) age: Usually rural khmers men get married between the ages of 20 and 30 years old, with rural women, or girls jumping in as young as 16, and almost always before 25 lest they be deemed un-marriageable old hags at 26. In the city lifelong loneliness can be avoided as long…Read More