Day 1: We visit Banteay Srei which is a beautiful temple located about 35km outside of Siem Reap town, Pre Rup temple, East Mebon temple, Ta Som temple, Neak Pean temple, Preah Khan temple.Day 2: We visit Angkor Thom South Gate, Bayon temple with the site of the ancient Royal Palace, the Terrace of the Leper King, The Elephant Terrace, Baphuon Temple, Ta Prohm, Angkor Wat temple, Banteay Srei temple.Day 3: We visit Roluos group such as Lolei, Preah Ko, and Bakong were Buddhist temples. We'll then head over to Bakheng Mountain which was established in the early 10th century to see the wonderful view over Angkor Wat.Day 4: Visit Angkor National Museum and Wat Thmei pagoda, which is formerly the site of a killing field during the Khmer Rouge regime. Artisans d'Angkor where you can see local craftmanship including stone and wood carvings and Tonle Sap lake.
Day 1Morning TimeWe leave to visit Banteay Srei which is a beautiful temple located about 35km outside of Siem Reap town. You'll also have the opportunity to stop at a local community along the way and I will help you to experience the daily life of the locals living there.Afternoon TimeWe'll continue to Pre Rup temple which was builtin 962 that it made from brick, laterite, and sandstone. Next is Ta Som temple which is a small temple. Neak Pean is a small temple which was built on an artificial island in the middle of a baray. This baray was associated with Preah Khan temple which now lays in ruins and is a wonderful thing to see. The temple succumbed to the jungle and there are trees growing through the structure.Day 2Morning TimeWe'll visit Angkor Thom and the site of the ancient Royal Palace, the Terrace of the Leper King, The Elephant Terrace, Baphuon Temple, and the popular Bayon temple. After Angkor Thom, we'll see Ta Prohm which is one of the most famous temples in the park. It was built in the mid 12th to early 13th century and was originally used as a Buddhist monastery and university. Nowadays, it's more famous for its appearance in Tomb Raider.Afternoon TimeAfter lunch, we will visit Angkor Wat temple was built in 1113 - 1150 AD by King Suryavarman and it measures 330 metres by 260 metres. Angkor Wat has three levels with 5 main towers. Angkor Wat has become the national symbol of Cambodia and is even found on the nation's flag as it symbolises the soul of the country.Day 3Morning TimeWe'll visit Roluos group which is used to be the capital city of the Khmer Empire before it was moved briefly to Koh Ker. All of the temples, Lolei, Preah Ko, and Bakong were Buddhist temples. We'll then stop for lunch at a local restaurant.Afternoon TimeAfter lunch, we'll visit a local village and market. We'll then head over to Sunset at Bakheng Mountain which was established in the early 10th century to see the wonderful view over Angkor Wat.Day 4Morning TimeAfter breakfast, we'll visit Angkor National Museum that most of the items in the collection date from the 9th century to the 14th century. We'll then head over to Wat Thmei pagoda that the formerly of a killing field during the Khmer Rouge regime and next Artisans d'Angkor.Afternoon TimeIn the afternoon, we'll head out to the Tonle Sap lake. You can witness first-hand how the locals have adapted to living their lives there.