Tour guide included
Our tour guide will pick up you from your hotel at 5 am to visit sunrise at Angkor Wat, visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom and then go to visit central Angkor Thom (Bayon consists 54towers and 216faces of Buddhisatva Avalokesvara) which was built by the Angkors greatest King Jayavaraman VII at the end of 12th , Baphoun which was the one the most spectacular temples in its heyday,
Terrace of Elephant which was used for the public ceremonies and served as the stage for the kings grand audience hall, Terrace of leper king one of Angkors mysteries, the ancient Royal Palace Phimeanakas.
Visit the fabulous Ta Prohm temple which is embraced by the enormous fig trees.
It has left in much the same condition in which it was found.
The gigantic roots of the fig trees embraced the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made it one of the Angkors most popular temples.
Lunch will be at a local restaurant.
Afternoon: Visit Banteay Kdei was built by the King Jayavarman VII in the late of 12th century to the early of 13th century. The temple sprawling, largely non-restored, monastic complex in much the same style of Ta Prohm temple.
Back to hotel at the end of our tour
After breakfast at the hotel our tour guide will pick up at 9 am to visit Banteay Srey temple loosely translates to (the citadel of women) located about 36 Kilometers north-east of Siem Reap town. The temple was constructed in the late 10th century (year 967) by a Brahmin counselor under a powerful King Rajendravarman II and later jayavarman V.
Afternoon: come back to visit the grand circuit to visit The East Mebon temple which is a large temple-mountain-like , rising three levels and crowned by five brick towers.
Neak Pean a small island temple located in the middle of the last Baray (Ancient water reservoir)to be constructed by the King jayavarman VII. The central tower sits at the axis of a cross or lotus pattern of the eight pools.
Preah Khan (sacred sword) it is a huge, highly explorative monastic complex. Full of carvings, passages and photo opportunities.
The temple originally served as a Buddhist monastery and school, engaging over 1000 monks.
For the short period the temple was also a residence of the king Jayavarman VII during the construction of his permanent home in Angkor Thom.
At the evening come back to Siem Reap town enjoy the night life.
Note: Breakfast and lunch will available at temple area (own expense)