One Day Private Tour To Preah Vihear Temple

Day One:

Tour by boat to Preak toal floatng village is the one of three biospheres on Tonle Sap lake, and this stunning bird sanctuary make Preak Toal the most worthwhile and straightforward of the three to visit. It is an ornithologis’s fantasy, with a signification number of rare breeds gathered in one small area, including the huge lesser and greater adjutant storks, the milky stork and the spot-billed pelican. Even the uninitiated will be impressed, as these bird have a huge wingspan and build enormous nests.

Day Two:

Start 8:00 AM
Beng Mealea
 Temple which was built in the 12th century. It is the one that was invaded by the jungle. The temple was a model of the building of Angkor Wat in Angkor site. Then you are going to discover O Thmor Dab ‘Quarry’, the quarry of all temples in Cambodia. You will see the traces of Khmer ancestors cutting the sand stone to build all temples in the areas.
Visit Roluos Group, dating from the late ninth century. In Roluos Group you will visit three temples: Bakong, the first temple-mountain in Khmer architecture initiated by Jayavarman II on his discent from Kulen hill; Preh Ko, which means in Khmer “The sacred ox”, the funerary of Jayavarman II and of the ancestors of his second successor, Indravarman; Lolei, the last brick temple in the group located on an island in the middle of the Indratataka – a large ancient reservoir.

Day Three:

Start at 8:30am.
Visit south gate of Angkor Thom with two rows of its huge statues of demons and gods depicting the churning of the ocean of milk arranged on both sides of stone bridge and Bayon temple, a forest of heads, built in late of12th century by king Jayavarman VI as a Buddhist state temple. Then, visit terrace of elephant, which used to be a base for the king’s grand audience hall; Terrace of Leper king supposed that it was a terrace housed the royal crematory.

Visit Ta Keo – an unfinished state temple for unknown reason. Ta Keo temple was built in early 11th century by King Jayavarman V and dedicated to god Shiva.

Then visit an amazing view of Ta prohm Temple which has been deliberately left as it was discovered. In Ta Prohm kapok trees clasp the sanctuaries in their mighty roots, visit Srah Srang (royal bath)

Visit Prasat Kravan, a brick temple built in 10th century.

Day Four:

Start at 08:30 AM
Visit Pre Rup temple, a classic example of temple-mountain, and the last without continuous galleries; Eastern Mebon, Ta som, Neak Pean, a unique ancient hospital built in the reign of king Jayavarman VI (1181-1220) which has been seen as a representation of Anavatapta, a miraculous lake in Himalayas that cures all illnesses; and Preah Khan, a large temple built on the site of battle that ended in Angkor’s downfall at the land of the Cham. Preah Khan was also really a kind of university, housing a number of masters and students.

Visit Angkor wat, the most balanced, the most harmonious, and the most perfect Khmer temple. It shows Khmer art, which reached the height of it glory in the 12th century. The temple is a temple-mountain and was built by king Suryavrman II.

Day Five:

Start at 05:00 am Sunrise at Angkor Wat.
Visit Banteay Srei Temple, a tiny temple complex consider by many visitors to be the highest achievement in art and architecture of the Classic Angkor civilization. The glory of Banteay Srei is the beauty of its sculpture and decoration. The pink sandstone used in its buildings makes this temple more beautiful. On the way back to the town you will visit Banteay Samre, Built in 12th in Angkor wat stile.

Visit local village of palm sugar.

Day Six:

Visit Kulen waterfall national park ( Blessing Tour )

Phnom Kulen is believed to be the birthplace of the Khmer Empire where King Jayavarman II was crowned as ‘God-king’. At present, Kulen Mountain is a favorite spot among Cambodian families for weekend getaways and special holidays. This is where families usually gather together and the place where visitors go for outdoor activities.

Visit Reclining Buddha
On top of the mountain you can have a look at a massive reclining Buddha. The Buddha statue is made of sandstone and is one of the biggest of its kind in Cambodia. Locals usually come and visit the pagoda to pray and do some offerings. The views from the top will not disappoint you as you can cast an eye on Cambodia’s lush forests and jungles. Also, the hilltop houses 56 Angkorian temples which are made of bricks and volcanic stones.

Waterfall and 1000 Lingas,
waterfalls in Phnom Kulen are a perfect spot to cool off. Plunge into the cold refreshing water that flows through the falls.

$585 for private tours

Included Excluded
  • English speaking license tour guide
  • A/C car / van
  • Cool drinking waters and towels
  • Angkor Passes
  • Boat ticket
  • Prek Toal ticket
  • Kulen park ticket

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