Full day excursion from Siem Reap to the hidden treasure of Angkor where less crowded great Khmer temples of Beng Melea which is swallowed by jungle and Koh Ker with a peaceful environment following by birds singing along the visit. Koh Ker was built 1,000 years a go by the King from Angkor.
Your driver guide will take you through lush Khmer countryside to the remote Beng Mealea temple. Explore the 11th-century ruins emerging from the tangled overgrowth of Cambodian jungle at Beng Mealea, then enjoy a picnic lunch in the grounds. After taking in the ancient beauty of the temple, drive 1-hour onwards to Koh Ker, north-east of Siem Reap.
Discover the ancient Koh Ker temples, once known as Chok Gargyar. This was the Khmer capital under Jayavarman, before the capital was moved to Angkor Wat in 944 A.D. At Koh Ker, explore the 30 major structures of the mysterious site and walk through the ruins of sacred buildings and religious sculptures. Some of the giant sculptures from Koh Ker now make-up the collection at the grand National Museum in Phnom Penh.
After your full-day visiting Cambodia's lost temples and mystical jungles, you'll be driven back to your hotel in Siem Reap.
Remark: Only trousers or knee-length skirt/dress are permitted.
Please be ready from 8:00am for pick up services. This tour is shared tour.
Full refund is guaranteed if the cancellation is made 48 hours prior the offer's start date. We don't apply any refund if the cancellation is made less than 48 hours before offer start date.