Ancient temples exploration and floating village
This tour allows you to explore whole city of Siem Reap at no rush. It is the gate way to an ancient world. Visit the largest religious monument in the world, as well as visiting the hidden jungle temples. Aside from sightseeing temples, visit the real Cambodian lives at the floating village.
Day 1: Explore Angkor Park
Angkor Wat-largest religious monument in the world.
Angkor Thom- the last capital city of the Khmer Empire.
Bayon temple- the state temple of the Buddhist King in late-12th century-early-13th century.
Ta Prohm Temple- the hidden jungle temple which is being taken over by trees' roots.
Banteay Kdei- the Buddhist temple in the 13th century. It is very similar style to Ta Prohm.
Day2: Banteay Srei & other small temples
Today we travel to the best-preserved carvings temple called " Banteay Srei". Then we continue to Banteay Samre: Its rose-colored sandstone walls are decorated with carvings. After that visit the brick temples of Pre Rup and Mebon.
Day3: Discover the floating village-tall stilt houses
Learn about the real Cambodian lives here. Take around 2:30h to visit the whole village on boat and ride on a padding boat to the flooded forests. Then back to town and visit handicraft product at Artisan Angkor
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel or airport
End location: Hotel or airport
Duration: 3 days
English speaking tour guide (Me)
Tours and transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle
Admission Fees for Floating Village
Cold drinking water during tours
Cold fresh hand towels to cool the heat
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 USD - Meals and personal expenses
Admission fee for Angkor Park is 62 USD/pp (3 days ticket)
Meals & drinks
I have no restrictions as a licensed tourist guide
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Chheuy (Lao) is an exceptional guide. He is flexible—willing to tailor his tours to fit specific interests/needs—and easy to work with. He speaks excellent English, is personable, and has impressive knowledge of the history, origins, design and cultural context for the temples surrounding Siem Reap. And he is an astute observer of local traditions and politics. His tour included the "must see" temples and lesser known temples that were beautiful, yet untainted by mobs of tourists. I highly recommend Lao.