3 Days Angkor Wat Tour

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Day
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Day 1:(sunrise optional)
1- Angkor Wat
2- South Gate to Angkor Thom
Bayon ( smiling face temple), Baphoun, Phimeanakas, Terrace of Elephant & Leper King, Preah Palilay, Prasat Sour Prat, North & South Kleang
3- Ta Keo
4- Ta Prohm (tomd raider filmed here)
5- Banteay Kdei & Sras Srang

Buffet Dinner and watching the Cambodian Apsara traditional dance show. If you're interested, please let me know so I can make a good seats reservation for the dance show. 

Day 2:
1- Preah Khan,   2- Neak Pean,     3- Ta Som,    4- East Mebon,       5- Banteay Srei,    6- Banteay Samre,  7- Pre Rup
(Optional): (Kbal Spean  or thousands lingas), carving on the riverbed of Gods and lingas, with 3m waterfall, 1.5km hike in nature trail.  

Day 3:
1- Tonle Sap Lake: (Biggest Freshwater Lake in Southeast Asai), taking a boat tour to visit the fishing community.   

 Kompong Pluk stilted house/flooded forest or Kompong Kleang (stilted house up to meter high and small floating village), or Chong Kneas (floating village).

2- Beng Melea Temple:  

Beng Melea (Indiana Jone's Temple), is a spectacular jungle temple around 70km drive to the northeast of Siem Reap. It is one of the "new" highlights of Cambodia, having only been cleared of land mines at the end of 2003.                                                     

Built by Suryavarman II, in the style of Angkor Wat; its scale is huge; being well over 1sq. kilometer within its moat. Approached by four causeway; Beng Melea appears to be a huge pile of rubble partially hidden in the trees. Once you get closer the high walls, the ancient Khmer Architecture reveals itself. Cloaked in vegetation and with few concessions to tourism; this temple looks like it would have done when the early French explorers found it.

A new road linking Siem Reap to Beng Melea was cut through the jungle in 2003, and is now all paved, and you can see the countryside and everyday life of rural villages. It takes around one and half hours to drive there. Beng Melea is not yet on the main tourists trail but word is spreading fast; so come here now as this fabulous place will "NOT STAY'', like it for too long! 

Day 1
Arrive in

*** 3 Days Angkor Wat Tours:

- Price= 105$ +....

Day 1:(sunrise optional)
1- Angkor Wat
2- South Gate to Angkor Thom
Bayon ( smiling face temple), Baphoun, Phimeanakas, Terrace of Elephant & Leper King, Preah Palilay, Prasat Sour Prat, North & South Kleang
3- Ta Keo
4- Ta Prohm (tomd raider filmed here)
5- Banteay Kdei & Sras Srang

Buffet Dinner and watching the Cambodian Apsara traditional dance show. If you're interested, please let me know so I can make a good seats reservation for the dance show. 

 

Day 2
Arrive in

 

Day 2:
1- Preah Khan,   2- Neak Pean,     3- Ta Som,    4- East Mebon,       5- Banteay Srei,    6- Banteay Samre,  7- Pre Rup
(Optional): (Kbal Spean  or thousands lingas), carving on the riverbed of Gods and lingas, with 3m waterfall, 1.5km hike in nature trail.  

 

Day 3
Arrive in

Day 3:
1- Tonle Sap Lake: (Biggest Freshwater Lake in Southeast Asai), taking a boat tour to visit the fishing community.   

 Kompong Pluk stilted house/flooded forest or Kompong Kleang (stilted house up to meter high and small floating village), or Chong Kneas (floating village).

2- Beng Melea Temple:  

Beng Melea (Indiana Jone's Temple), is a spectacular jungle temple around 70km drive to the northeast of Siem Reap. It is one of the "new" highlights of Cambodia, having only been cleared of land mines at the end of 2003.                                                     

Built by Suryavarman II, in the style of Angkor Wat; its scale is huge; being well over 1sq. kilometer within its moat. Approached by four causeway; Beng Melea appears to be a huge pile of rubble partially hidden in the trees. Once you get closer the high walls, the ancient Khmer Architecture reveals itself. Cloaked in vegetation and with few concessions to tourism; this temple looks like it would have done when the early French explorers found it.

A new road linking Siem Reap to Beng Melea was cut through the jungle in 2003, and is now all paved, and you can see the countryside and everyday life of rural villages. It takes around one and half hours to drive there. Beng Melea is not yet on the main tourists trail but word is spreading fast; so come here now as this fabulous place will "NOT STAY'', like it for too long!                                                                                                                               

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Duration: 3 Days
Language: English
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