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Angkor Heritage (Private one day Option 5)

One Day Itinerary

Angkor Heritage (Private One Day Option 5)

Passing away from hotel lobby at 7:30, guarding you to Beng Mealea temple & daily regional market in the morning, having lunch at around temple restaurant with appetizing cuisine in afternoon that be highly suggested by our private guide. Returning back to Roluse group in afternoon after then discover the sunset at Kampong Pluk of Tonle Sap lake. 

Including : Cold water + Towels + Coca – Cola and 4 Dorlla Contribution to the Education.

What Inclusion

  • English speaking guide will be assisting and explaining detail of story of temple & tour itinerary
  • Cool tower and water are provide during your temple visit
  • Transportation

What Exclusion

  • Temple visited ticket
  • Another visited ticket( Out of itinerary if you need)
  • Breakfast & lunch

Tuk Tuk & English guide

Cost: US($) 92.00

Car & English Guide

Cost: USD($) 115.00

Mini-van & English guide

Cost: USD($) 125.00

Note: * Maximum 3 pax per Tuk Tuk

          * Maximum 2 pax per Car

          * Maximum 8 pax per Mini-van

 * Other language guide can be

requested with different rate

Highlight of Experienced Tour

Beang Mealea Temple – Old Jungle Temple

Beng Mealea or Bung Mealea (Khmer: ប្រាសាទបឹងមាលា, its name means “lotus pond”) is a temple in the Angkor Wat period located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, on the ancient royal highway. It was built as a Hindu temple, but there are some carvings depicting buddhist motifs. 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.

Rolus Group Temple – Holy Bull Temple

Roluos (Khmer: រលួស) is a Cambodian modern small town and an archeological site about 13 km east of Siem Reap along NH6. Once it was the seat of Hariharalaya, first capital of Khmer Empire north of Tonlé Sap (as the first capital in the strict sense of the term could have been Indrapura, identifiable with Banteay Prey Nokor). Among the “Roluos Group” of temples there are some of the earliest permanent structures built by Khmer. They mark the beginning of classical period of Khmer civilization, dating from the late 9th century. Some were totally built with bricks, others partially with laterite or sandstone.

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