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Angkor Wat Day tour

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Experience the magic of Angkor Wat, Cambodia's awe-inspiring ancient temple complex. This one-day tour visits a number of the most famous sites, including the many-faced Bayon temple, jungle-covered Ta Prohm and Angkor Wat itself.
 
The tour begins at 8:00am with a visit to the iconic Angkor Wat, one of the largest temple complexes within the Angkor area. An experienced guide will explain the many forms of symbolism within the five-towered temple, pointing out many outstanding features of the classical Khmer architecture.

A traditional Khmer lunch will be served among the temple ruins within the Angkor complex.

In the afternoon, visit Angkor Thom, the capital of the vast and powerful Khmer Empire during the reign of King Jayavarman VII (AD 1181 - 1220). The tour will pass through the South Gate of Angkor Thom, famous for its huge statues depicting the churning of the ocean of milk. Within this great walled city is the Bayon temple, with 54 towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces, the Elephants Terrace and the Terrace of the Leper King. The day will finish at Ta Prohm, the 'Indiana Jones' temple which has been largely overgrown by the jungle. This beautiful complex remains relatively untouched and features many impressive trees which have grown throughout the ruins.

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Beng Melea & Koh Ker

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Venture off the beaten track to some of Cambodia's more remote and untouched temples. Offering an alternative view of Angkor Wat, this one-day tour takes you further from Siem Reap to explore the jungle-covered temples of Beng Melea and Koh Ker – an ideal trip for those wishing to escape the crowds.

Leave Siem Reap at 8am to drive the 70km to Beng Melea, passing through many rural villages and rice paddies along the way. An experienced guide will explain the history of this 12th century site as you make your way through one of the most remote and un-touched Angkor temples. Overgrown by the jungle, Beng Melea is an enthralling and peaceful place to explore and, as it is away from the main temple areas, remains relatively un-crowded. 
 
A picnic lunch will be provided for you to enjoy under the shade of the ancient trees among the ruins.
 
A further one hour drive leads you to Koh Ker in Preah Vihear province, another area of abandoned temples from the 10th century. The impressive Koh Ker temple is known for its distinctive seven-stepped stupa. This is one of a total of 96 ruins that have been discovered so far, with a number still buried underground. Explore a number of these sites in the
 
afternoon before driving back to Siem Reap, returning around 5.30-6pm.

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Kulen Mountain, Beng Melea & A Thousand Lingas

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Combine remote temples with peaceful natural beauty on this one-day tour of the wider landscape of the ancient Khmer empire. View stunning scenery, wander along carved riverbeds and explore one of Angkor's most jungle-covered temples as you experience some of Angkor's lesser-known attractions.

Starting from your hotel at 6.30am, this tour takes you through the Khmer countryside to the holy Kulen mountain range, site of the lost city of Mahendraparvata from over 1200 years ago. The route up the mountain offers spectacular views of the surrounding landscape and once your vehicle reaches the top of the steep dirt road, you will be rewarded by stunning vistas from the mountain's summit.
 
The tour continues on to the river of a thousand lingas, where you can view the many carvings in the riverbed. A walk through the forest leads to the site of a large reclining Buddha carved in the rockface, as well as a beautiful waterfall in which many more carvings can be discovered. Swimming in the water is popular among the locals, so bring your bathing suit if you feel like taking a dip. A picnic lunch will be provided, allowing you to relax and experience the peaceful setting at your leisure. 
 
In the afternoon you will continue to Beng Melea, where your experienced guide will explain the history of this 12th century site as you make your way through one of the most remote and un-touched Angkor temples. Overgrown by the jungle, this is an enthralling place to explore and, as it is away from the main temple areas, remains relatively un-crowded.
 
The tour should return you to your hotel around 5.30-6pm.

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Tonle Sap Floating Village

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Discover Siem Reap's secrets as you explore with our experience tour guide by on a half day tour in Siem Reap. Leaving Siem Reap we travel through the countryside to Tonle Sap Lake.

The Tonle Sap one of the world’s most productive bodies of fresh water. In the wet season, the Tonle Sap Lake swells to 12,000 km². During the dry half of the year, the lake shrinks to as small as 2,500 km², draining into the Tonle Sap River. Each year, millions of fish come to spawn in the seasonally flooded forest surrounding the lake, attracting a myriad of water birds as well as people, who have settled in villages along the shores and who live with the rhythm of the water. This ecosystem was classified as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1997.

Take a boat trip around the lake to see floating villages and get a taste for life ruled by monsoonal rains and water-based agriculture. Afterwards jump back on the remork to return to Siem Reap.

Take the back roads back to town on this half day tour in Siem Reap and witness seasonal agricultural activities like cricket catching, rice planting and harvesting, smoking fish, fish paste (prohoc making), and duck farming. Stop at a local village to pick up Khmer snacks and explore.

Visit a Buddhist monastery before heading home.

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