Angkor Park & Beng Mealea 3-day tour
Day1: Angkor Wat Sunset
Your day starts at 8:00 AM to visit South Gate of Angkor Thom, one of the 12th-century capital city and the last city of Khmer Empire, which was built by the Buddhist King Jayavarman VII. You will see the two rows of holding snake statues, the view of the beautiful moat and the huge four faces of the tower of the gate. After walking a bit around, our tour guide will take you to see Bayon temple, the temple with hundreds of smiling faces. Beside Bayon temple, our tour guide will find a suitable place for you to have your lunch in Angkor Park.
Ta Prohm, which is the Tomb Raider movie, was filmed. The last temple before sunset is Angkor Wat temple, the seven wonders of the world is going to be the next destination. After we have finished visiting the largest Hindu monument in the world (Angkor Wat Temple), we would like to take you to see the Sunset on the top of Bakheng Mountain, the capital City of Khmer Empire in the 9th century.
Day2: Grand circuit
Continue our journey at 8: 30 am to visit five more temples in the Big circuit such as; Preah Khan Temple was served as the king’s father temple, Neak Poan (one of 102 hospitals of the King Jayavarman VII at the end of the 12th century), Ta Som (the small scale temple with the same style to Ta Prohm temple), East Mebon, the brick temple served as the ancestor temple, and Pre Rup (Turning Body temple).
Day3: Bueng Mealea and Floating Village
Your day starts at 9:00 AM, transfer by car or minivan to see the garden temple of Beng Mealea or Jungle Temple, is about 60 kilometers from Siem Reap town. It is a huge temple, unrestored temple surrounded and partly overgrown by jungle near Phnom Kulen National Park. The temple was built out of large sandstone blocks adorned with both Hindu and Buddhist depictions, is faced towards the east. You should not miss the visit of this one because of 100 percent of this time no restoration).
In the afternoon start to explore Kampong Phluk to see what is the real life like for residents of the flooded village at a largest natural freshwater lake in South Asia name Tonle Sap Lake and taking local cultural boat rides, visiting houses are built on stilts of around 7 meters high. Here you will see the flooded forest which was acts like a real mangrove. During the dry season, the trees and houses rise above the water and give a special and memorable view of the village. Unlike anything you have seen, we will share the lives of fishing and farming villagers in Siem Reap.