Start the tour to see Banteay Kdei, the Buddhist temple was built in 12th century. After that drive to see a temple in the jungle, a bit a way from the crowd called Tanei. Head to Silk Farm, where you can see people producing silk products and mostly are woman. Walking in the village, get Ox cart ride and enjoy the view of rice fields. You will also have an opportunity to stop at local community along the way and I will help you to experience the daily life, taste palm wine and palm sugar (seasonal) and other local products.
Start countryside experience at 7.30 amStart the tour to see Banteay Kdei, the Buddhist temple was built in 12th century. Then continue to see the most famous temple which was built in the mid 12th to early 13th centuries, known as Ta Prohm temple. This temple has been deliberately left in its natural state after re-discovery by the French in the late 1800s – leaving it overgrown and gradually declining. It was the site of the tomb raider movie. It has been famous since this movie broadcasted.
Start temples tour at 8 amIn the morning, head to see the famous temple called the GEM of Angkor area, the pretty temple of Banteay Srei. The so called “the citadel of women”. It displays some of the finest examples of classical Khmer art of base reliefs and pink sandstone which is seem nowhere else in Angkor.
Experience village life at 8 amAfter breakfast, start the journey to visit one of the local market in Siem Reap. You can experience how locals handle with their business.
Start off the temples exploration at 5 amIn the early morning at 5am, start the tour to explore the sun rise at the world’s largest religious monument, Angkor Wat. It is surrounded by a broad 190 m wide moat, is 1.5 km long by 1.3 km wide. The temple itself is 330 m by 260 m, has three levels and 5 major towers. In side the temple, on the walls are covered with base reliefs depicting Hindu Mythology and the war during king Suryavaraman II’s reign. Furthermore, Angkor Wat is well known for more than 2,000 Apsara dancers decorating the temple. Today, Angkor Wat is figured on Cambodia’s national flag as the temple symbolizes the soul of Cambodian. The climb to the top level is very steep but an absolute must (you need shoulders covered and knee level pants/skirt).
We will pick you up at your hotel/guest house,