Koh Ker Temple & Beng Mealea - Siem Reap Tour to Ancient Khmer Temple
Visit two of Cambodia's best temples on the Siem Reap Tour to Ancient Khmer Temple. You'll see lovely ruins overrun by nature in a setting that is beautiful and wild.
- Departure: Siem Reap
- Duration: Approximately 9 hours
- Meeting time: Approximately 07:30
- Meeting point: Your hotel lobby
- Experience a full-day tour of Cambodian temples
- Learn about the Khmer empire
- Walk through the Koh Ker complex
- View the famous Beng Mealea temple
- See the way nature has taken over the temples
- Enjoy nature and fresh air
The pick-up time at your hotel varies based on your hotel location and traffic.Pick up and drop off service is available for hotel in city center. If you are not sure where your hotel is please put exact name of your hotel and our team will get back to you with a suggestion.Guests stay outside of city center will be advised an additional surcharge (if any) subject to distance. This surcharge customers to pay on spot to a tour guide or driver.
The itinerary might be subject to possibly change due to weather local conditions without a notice in advance.Maximum number of passengers per a group tour is 12 guests.Entrance fees of Koh Ker and Beng Mealea to pay on spot by customers.
Read a basic history of each temple. This will help you appreciate it more when you see it in person.Wear modest clothing, since all of the ancient temples are active sites of Hindu worship. This includes covering your shoulders with sleeves and wearing long pants.
- Guide (English)
- Bottle of water
- Other expense
- Entrance fee
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On this full-day walking tour of Koh Ker and the Beng Mealea Temple, you'll learn about the intriguing history of Siem Reap and the Khmer empire while strolling through some of the Cambodia's best temples. Koh Ker is one of the more remote temple complexes in Siem Reap, nestled deep in the heart of the jungle. Situated between two mountains, Koh Ker is an archaeological site isolated in the wilderness. One of its temples is Prasat Thom, a quietly lovely temple with symmetrical, climbing levels in a pyramid-style covered in moss and surrounded by trees. There is a lonely feeling here, and visitors like the ancient city of Koh Ker because it is not as crowded as some of the other popular temple areas in Siem Reap. After Koh Ker, you'll go to Beng Mealea. The name Beng Meala means "lotus pond," and the temple itself is as delicate as its name. Largely unrestored, the temple is overrun by nature, with tree roots climbing up the intricately carved sandstone surface of its ancient Angkor walls. Built as a Hindu temple. Beng Mealea also features Buddhist carvings, making for an interesting union of beliefs.
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