The temples of Angkor represent 600 years (802-1432) of Khmer civilization. Discover one of Asia’s greatest kingdoms on this history tour.
Visit Angkor Wat built in the 12th century, Khmer civilisation at its grandest
See sunset views at Bakheng Mountain
Explore Ta Prohm once home to 2,740 monks
Angkor Wat sits silently in the morning mist. This sprawling temple complex, built in the 12th century, is a true wonder of the world, and if you have only one day to visit its massive complex, it's best to follow your private tour guide around for a fascinating look into the history and mystery of this magnificent lost temple.
Beginning at sunrise, you will be amazed by the peace and quiet before the major tour groups arrive. Contemplate the meaning as the sun gently washes over the jungle, and your guide begins to share the story of this great place. Angkor Wat means "City of Buddhist" and was changed from the original Parama Vishnuloka.
As the sun moves higher, you will head to the beautiful Ta Prohm temple, nestled gently inside of enormous fig trees, and built in 1186. From here you will move in the afternoon to the last formal capital of the Khmer Empire, "Angkor Thom," which you can see from the South Gate. From here you will move to Baphuon, Phimean Akas, the Elephant Terrace & the terrace of Leper King and the beauty Bayon temple before climbing up the hill "Phnom Bakheng" to see the fabulous view of the Angkor area.
It is a day to be inspired and amazed, and a great overview of this very special temple.
On this tour of Angkor Thom and Bayon Temple, admire grand structures built between the 9th and 12th centuries by a Khmer empire that controlled Cambodia and parts of Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. ...
Explore where Cambodia's ancient history and contemporary charm intersect on a private tour to glimpse the very best of the ruins in Siem Reap. Travel to Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, and Angkor Wat and ...
Guest Name: Mr. koen castelein
N.of Person: Me, wife and 1.5 year old baby pax
Travel date: 10-05-2023
Booked: Phnom Sankos Wildlife Sanctuary