Day 1, Tonle Sap Tours:
Full Day Tour or half day tours, I recommend, Kampong Plouk 0r Chhong Khneah floating villages Kampong Phlouk Tours need to drive you out of town towards the river about 1 Hr. The boat goes on to Tonle Sap lake, which joins the river in shrinking and expanding dramatically with the seasons, thereby causing villagers to move their floating houses to different points and 10-13 metre move up floor stilt house villages. The next get on paddle Boat to floated that seem Amazone Jungle, ( can't paddle during dry season March-June) then Stop visit villages if you wish, there is an opportunity to stop at the small floating schools and give materials (which can be bought somewhere in the village or in your hands) to the students.
There is at the cat fish farm / floating farm/ shop drink. Then the boat takes you back to CHong Khneah floating villages, the total trip is often over before
three / four hours. Transport will pick up you at Chong Khneah then return by Tuk Tuk Back your hotel and end of Day.
Day 2 => visit in Angkor temples complex ( national parcheological park 40 USD )
8: 00 Am meet Driver/ guide To Avoide From Crowed of busy high season => Visit Peah Khan temple => Neak Pean => Tam Som ( The entance with Tree at east tower ) => East Mebon => Preah Rup with Top views of temples rice field..
Afternoon Temples Of Roluose Group The very first site of the ancient Khmer civilization was here in Roluos, then known as Hariharalaya. The temples of Roluos were built by King Indravarman I (r 877-89). The first was Preah Ko (Sacred Bull) named after the Nandin statue found on site. Preah Ko has six brick towers each dedicated to his parents, maternal grandparents and to King Jayavarman II and his wife.
Next came Loei and Bakong, a terrestrial version of the celestial Mount Meru. It is a five-tiered pyramid-temple
Day 3, After breakfast Driver and tour guide pick up at 80 : 00 AM, discover Pre Rup the Hindu 11th century => Bantay Samre Temples => Kbal Spean ( as it's afternoon, treking Mountain to one thousand Lingas at scared / holy river bed ) then best time to Bantay Srey (citadel of women' dedicated to Shiva pink color Lady temple ) then sigthseeing cournty side Villages tourwhere farmer produice sugar palm. back to hotel.
Day 4 =>> Get up earlier at 5 : 00 AM to See sunrise at the Angkor Wat, Breakfast at Local restaurant / hotel => claim up to top of Phnom Bakeng get view all the Siem Rea Town / temples area =>> South gat of Angkor Thomwith two lines of images hold the Naga lead tower of city sourounding by moat. =>Ancient Angkor Hih Way bridge, 54 towers with 216 Charming smile faces=.> Bayon =.> Baphoun => Phi Meanakas=> Royal Palace => Peah Pilalay => The Terrace of Elephants=> Terrace of Leper King in cluding North Kleang => Takoe => Tamphroum Pra Sat Kran, Bantay Kdei,( Taphroum, known as jungle temple giant tree get over stone the temple best of the best where Anjuna july made movie end of tour any free service please ask for!
Day 5 = Visit Bengmelea temple, the most visitors to Beng Mealea are confronted with a mass of ruins half devoured by a ravenous jungle. The temple's abandoned stones lie like forgotten jewels swathed in lichen and its temple complex strangled by ivy and vines. Brought to you by the same man who built Angkor Wat, King Suryavarman II, it is similar in style to his later effort but receives only a fraction of the guests.
Beng Mealea is 70km northeast of Siem Reap on a sealed private road. You can get pass $5 USD
Day 6 =>visit to, possible we visit one nicest quiet Khmer ruin of Koh Ker Group... if you want ot see this area must stay one night there..! on 11 of march. in small town of Sra Ang would nice i guest you will like it..!
Koh Ker was the Capital of the Khmer Empire for a very brief period from the year 928 to 944 AD. In this short time; some very spectacular buildings and immense sculptures were constructed. Left to the jungle for nearly a millennium and mostly UN-restored; this great archaeological site has been rarely visited until very recently.
This remote area has small towns and only just cleared forest nearby. The village of Sra Yong is a fewkilometers away.
Koh Ker is relatively easy drive but involves an early start to get a good full days sightseeing and returning to Siem Reap in the same day. The site is 130 km north of Siem Reap and the road, repaired in 2004, is in decent condition (by Cambodian standards) with a black top road as far as Beng Melea temple and a wide new dirt road in good repair from there. There are no public transport for tourists but taxi and cars can be arranged at hotels and guests houses. Two small restaurants provide basic food at the entrance to the the temple complex near Prasat Thom.
The ancient Khmer city is in a distant jungle location with up to a hundred ruined temples including a huge stepped pyramid; the largest in the region. More ancient temples are being found in the jungle; so there is a true sense of discovery here. Many of the temples were built in brick using a mortar made from tree sap. It is quite remarkable how well they have stood up to the test of time.
Day 7=>> after breakfast at 8 : 00 AM, we departure for Preah Vihear temples, on the if you stop so see one of Khmer Rouge house, Pol Pot 's Houses, then go Preah Vihear temple top of the Dang Reak mountain range Back to Siem Reap town
- for all itineraries we can change depend on time let us,,, we can re-plan again you arrival.... to fix your time and flight,,,!
Cambodia Taxi Driver For Private Day Tours: give travellers with limited, un-limited time a personal and well-paced introduction to the temples of Angkor Wat. Rather than following one of the established tourist "circuits" around the temples, My itinerary concentrates instead on taking the time to appreciate and explore – giving you the chance to really take it all in. We try to vary our routes to avoid the big tour groups as much as possible.
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I just came back from an excellent 3-day trip in Siem Reap 27th Of May 2012 with my mom. We went on a two-day touring trip to see the Angkor Wat and got Mr. Phat\'s services, we also asked them for roundtrip airport transfers. I found his site online and emailed him months before our actual trip and he instantly replied. His was the only site I felt at ease with. He didn\'t ask for payment right away and said we could pay at the end of the tour. I remember thinking that he\'s a guy who is sure of his services. So I booked a tour. I was slightly worried at first whether he would really pick us up at the airport or not. We arrived at 10:30 pm, but there he was. with a van instead of a car. He said we were lucky because it was low-season. We were the only guests at the moment. For two days we used his van with no extra fee. They were always on time. And right after every temple visit, they would be waiting for us with cold drinks (A MUST for some temples! I swear). Once, he even rushed to one of the temples with new umbrellas because it suddenly rained. He didn\'t charge us for those as well. He is a Cambodian local with his small self-run business. His English is at par with the some of the guides, and he\'s very helpful with shopping and local excursions. He also knows a lot about Siem Reap and the temple complex. All in all, an excellent guide. Someone I\'d recommend to family and friends! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org