6 Days Siem Reap
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Guest Name: Ms. test la
City: Phnom Penh
Number of Person: Pax(s)
Travel Date: 30/12/20
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Explore where Cambodia's ancient history and contemporary charm intersect on a private tour to glimpse the very best of the ruins in Siem Reap. Travel to Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, and Angkor Wat and learn about the Khmer Empire as well as the preservation of UNESCO-listed Ta Prohm on your journey.
Join your guide early in the day and enter Angkor Thom through the south gate. Follow along as your guide leads you to catch sight of the most exquisite examples of Khmer architecture including the stunning temple of Bayon at the center of the city. Marvel at the long causeway at the 3-tiered temple of Baphuon and stand in awe of its enormous reclining Buddha.
From here, travel to Ta Prohm—the location where the blockbuster movie Tomb Raider was filmed and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Observe the incredible way the golden spung trees have wrapped the ruins in a tight embrace. Snap a few photos here, before escaping the hottest part of the day to enjoy a well-deserved lunch.
Following your delicious meal, travel to Angkor Wat—the world's largest religious monument. Meander the marvelous grounds, noting intricate carvings and interwoven galleries with a sense of wonder. Finally, catch sunset atop Phnom Bakheng. Here, savor 360-degree vistas in a spectacular ending to your unforgettable day.
Angkor Archaeological Park
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Amazing place - my favourite of the temples. It is so fascinating to see how to tree roots and grown around and amongst the temples. Quite eerie but beautiful.Latvia - 1 year ago
My husband and I visited Ta Prohm and had an amazing visit. We went with a guide and it was totally worth the extra money.Jordan - 1 year ago
The ancient capital of Angkor Thom, a fortified Royal City about 10 square kilometers, built by the king Jayavarman VII, who ruled from 1181 to 1201. The city has five monumental gates and is encircled by a moat 100 meters wideJamaica - 1 year ago
Best way to explore the temples.. I, ve enjoy this tour.. Our guide Mr. Bunsong is super awesome and helpful and very professional. Highly RecommendedGermany - 1 year ago