Day 1: Siem Reap Arrival
Upon arrival at Siem Reap Airport, welcome by our local tour guide and transfer to your hotel for check-in.
Overnight at Siem Reap
Day 2: Siem Reap Tours(B)
After breakfast, we continue our explorationof the largest as well as the most complete temple of Angkor Wat. This architectural masterpiece was constructed in the 12th century and covers an area of about 210 hectares. We stroll around this massive edifice, seeing the many galleries with columns, libraries, pavilions, courtyards and ponds full of water reflecting the towering temple and the jungle covered temple of Ta Prohm is an incredible sight. There are enormous fig trees and gigantic creepers which embrace themselves in the stone foundations of the structure giving the impression of man’s creation being reclaimed by the powerful forces of nature.
We continue drive to the jetty to embark on a long private boat to visit Tonle Sap Lake. We spend the rest of the visiting at the “Chantiers Ecoles – Les Artisans d’Angkor” which provides training to young Cambodians in an effort to revive the ancient Khmer traditions of stone carvingand wood sculpting and continue to one of the cityâ€™s lively open markets, Psar Chars, also called the â€œOld Marketâ€, surrounded by elegant French Colonial colonnades.
Overnight at Siem Reap.
Day 3: Siem Reap-Koh Ker-Siem Reap(B)
Breakfast at hotel: heading out of town to bring you to Koh Ker, situated in the northeast of Siem Reap. Discover the long abandoned temples in the forests of northern Cambodia. Also known as Chok Gargyar, it served as the capital of Jayavarman IV (reigned 928-42). His son and successor Harshavarman I moved the capital back to Angkor in 944. There are a remarkable number of religious buildings in the Koh Ker region, considering the short space of time that it was the capital of the empire. There are more than 30 major structures and experts believe there may have been as many as 100 minor sacred buildings in the region. It was also a prolific period for gigantic sculpture and several of the most impressive pieces in the National Museum in Phnom Penh come from Koh Ker, including a huge Garuda (half-man, half-bird creature). Afternoon, continue to visit Beng Mealea temple through the typical Khmer countryside (60Kms from Siem Reap). There is a lot to see in the approximately 2 hours drive as it takes you through many lively villages and along kilometers of rice paddies. Explore the long abandoned temple (11th century), strangled by the jungle. A further 1 hr drive brings you to Koh Ker, situated in the northeast of Siem Reap. Discover the long abandoned temples in the forests of northern Cambodia.
Overnight at Siem Reap.
Day 4: Siem Reap Departure(B)
Free at your own leisure until the transfer to Siem Reap Airport for the flight back home.
Have a nice Trip!!!
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