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Floating Village (Half Day)

For half day tour you are able to see a floating village.Floating village is location at the south of siem reap about 30km there are many floating villages to choose. People there are permanently live on floating houses or boats.....

Floating Village (Half Day)

Tour could be start 2 times per day. 

It will take 3 to 4 hours.

Morning 8:00am

Evening before 16:00 

 

How much it cost?

4 people = 18$/ per
3 people = 24$/per
2 people = 35$/per
1 person = 72$

Package Included :

  • An English tour guide.
  • Car with cold towels, and drinking water.
  • Boat Ticket (private boat)

Conditions :

  • Please book 3 hours before.
  • payments will be collected before.
 
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Cycling Tour (Full Day)

Full day cycling tour is very fun. You are able to visit many temples..and some villages.....

Cycling Tour (Full Day)

What is so interesting from this tour is when you cycling deep into the villages not on the main road. It is away from cars and buses and motorbikes. All the way we go are unique way in the jungles and some temples where not a lots tourist could go. ( Conner temple, Pras Palilai temple, Prasat Klang...)

 

Those temples you are able to visit are

  • Angkor wat temple.
  • Angkor thom city, Bayon temple, Baphoun temple, Royal palace, Phimean Akas temple, Elephant terrace, Leper King terrace.
  • Taprom temple(jungle temple).
  • Some villages.

How much it cost?

90$ per person.

45$ for 2 people.

30$ for 3 people.

 

Package Included :

  • A tour guide
  • Very good quality mountain bike.
  • Water

Package Included :

  • Tickets for temples

Conditions :

  • Payment must be collected before
 
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Lost Temple (Full Day)

Beng Mealea temple could be call the lost temple. it was build by the same king who build Angkor Wat temple....

Lost Temple (Full Day)

 

Briefly About Beng Mealea temple : 

Beng Mealea or Bung Mealea (Khmer: ប្រាសាទបឹងមាលា, its name means "lotus pond"[1]) is a temple in the Angkor Wat period[2]:118–119 located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, on the ancient royal highway to Preah Khan Kompong Svay.

 
Map of Beng Mealea, from a drawing by Leon de Beylie (1849-1910). In red the partially equipped path used to visit the temple.
It was built as a Hindu temple, but there are some carvings depicting buddhist motifs.[1] Its primary material is sandstone and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps. For years it was difficult to reach, but a road recently built to the temple complex of Koh Ker passes Beng Mealea and more visitors are coming to the site, as it is 77 km from Siem Reap by road.

 
The corridor in the temple.
The history of the temple is unknown and it can be dated only by its architectural style, identical to Angkor Wat, so scholars assumed it was built during the reign of king Suryavarman II in the early 12th century.[1] Smaller in size than Angkor Wat, the king's main monument, Beng Mealea nonetheless ranks among the Khmer empire's larger temples: the gallery which forms the outer enclosure of the temple is 181 m by 152 m.[3] It was the center of a town, surrounded by a moat 1025 m by 875 m large and 45 m wide.[1]

Beng Mealea is oriented toward the east, but has entranceways from the other three cardinal directions. The basic layout is three enclosing galleries around a central sanctuary, collapsed at present. The enclosures are tied with "cruciform cloisters", like Angkor Wat. Structures known as libraries lie to the right and left of the avenue that leads in from the east. There is extensive carving of scenes from Hindu mythology, including the Churning of the Sea of Milk and Vishnu being borne by the bird god Garuda. Causeways have long balustrades formed by bodies of the seven-headed Naga serpent.

It was built mostly of sandstone: Beng Mealea is only 7 km far from the angkorian sandstone quarries of Phnom Kulen, as the crow flies. Presumably sandstone blocks used for Angkor were transported along artificial water canals and passed from here.[1] Despite of lack of information, the quality of architecture and decorations has drawn the attention of French scholars just from its discovery.[4][5][6]

World Heritage Status[edit]
This site was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List on September 1, 1992 in the Cultural category [1].

 

How much it cost?

 

110$ per person.

54$ for two people.

35$ for 3 people.

 
 

Package Included :

  • An English tour guide
  • Car or Tuk Tuk
  • Cold water and towels.

Package Excluded:

  • Tickets for visiting temple 5$ each

Condition:

  • Please inform us at lease 4 hours before.
  • Tour could be start two times per day morning 8:30am , after noon 12:00pm.
 
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Waterfall (Full Day)

Accommodation start from 2nights + 1day tour for 2 with deluxe king size bed. Airport round-trip transfer...

Waterfall (Full Day)

Briefly about Kulen National park:

Phnom Kulen, also romanized as (Phnom Koulen, Phnum Kulén or Koulen Mountain) (Khmer: ភ្នំគូលេន, meaning "Mountain of Lychees") is a mountain range in Siem Reap Province, Cambodia.

Geography


Rather than a hill range, Phnom Kulen is an isolated chain of small mountain plateaux of moderate height lying south of the Dângrêk Mountains. The range stretches for about 40 km in a WNW - ESE direction and is located some 48 km north of Siem Reap.

Its highest point is 487 m and its height is quite regular, averaging 400 m all along the range.

Geologically Phnom Kulen is formed of sandstone. It was important as a quarry in Angkorian times, the major quarries being located in the southeastern angle of the massif.

Description
 
Waterfall at Phnom Kulen.
The Phnom Kulen mountain range is located 30 km northwards from Angkor Wat. Its name means "mountain of the lychees".[3]There is a sacred hilltop site on top of the range.

Phnom Kulen is considered a holy mountain in Cambodia, of special religious significance to Hindus and Buddhists who come to the mountain in pilgrimage.

It also has a major symbolic importance for Cambodians as the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire, for it was at Phnom Kulen that King Jayavarma II proclaimed independence from Java in 804 CE. Jayavarman II initiated the Devaraja cult of the king,[4]:99–101a linga cult, in w

hat is dated as 804 CE and declaring his independence from Java of whom the Khmer had been a vassalage state (whether this is actually "Java", the Khmer chvea used to describe Champa, or "Lava" (a Lao kingdom) is debated, as well as the legend that he was earlier held as a ransom of the kingdom in Java. See Higham's The Civilization of Angkor for more information about the debate).[5] During the Angkorian era the relief was known as Mahendraparvata (the mountain of Great Indra).[6]

Kbal Spean is known for its carvings representing fertility and its waters which hold special significance to Hindus. Just 5 cm under the water's surface over 1000 small linga carvings are etched into the sandstone riverbed. The waters are regarded as holy, given that Jayavarman II chose to bathe in the river, and had the river diverted so that the stone bed could be carved. Carvings include a stone representation of the Hindu god Vishnu lying on his serpent Ananta, with his wife Lakshmi at his feet.[7] A lotus flower protrudes from his navel bearing the god Brahma. The river then ends with a waterfall and a pool.

Near these mountains is Preah Ang Thom, a 16th-century Buddhist monastery notable for the giant reclining Buddha, the country's largest.[7]

The Samré tribe was formerly living at the edge of Phnom Kulen, quarrying sandstone and transporting it to the royal sites.[8]

The Khmer Rouge used the location as a final stronghold as their regime came to an end in 1979.

Sights[edit]
Chup Preah is a stream flowing into the mountain’s valley. Ku Len Mountain has two waterfalls. The first is between four and five metres high and 20 to 25 metres wide. The second waterfall is 15 to 20 metres high and 10 to 15 metres wide. These sizes apply to the dry and rainy seasons.

Preah Ang Thom houses a large statue of Buddha. It was built in the 16th century and is eight metres high. Preah Ang Thom is the sacred and worshipping god for Ku Len Mountain. There are also two large Cham Pa trees nearby. Besides Preah Ang Thom, Chhok Ruot, footprints of Preah Bat Choan Tuk, Peung Chhok, Peung Ey So and Peung Ey Sey, can also be seen.

The Linga is along the river of Siem Reap and has a lot of figures of Yoni and Linga spreading out at the bottom of the river.

The Terrace of Sdach Kum Ling has a small brick-built ruined temple in its centre. It was covered by lava for hundreds of years.

 

 

How much it is?

  • 100$ per person
  • 50$ for two people.

  • 48$ for 3 people.

 

Package Included :

  • An English speaking tour guide.
  • Transportation.
  • Cold water.

Package Excluded:

  • Ticket for visiting Kulen waterfull ( 20$ per person)
  • lunch ( own account)

 

Conditions :

  • Please inform us 1 day before.
  • Tour could be start at 8:00am or 9:00am only.
 
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