Visit Siem Reap?
Find out everything you need to know about tours of the temples at Angkor Wat and other places throughout Siem Reap Province and beyond.
Angkor Wat Temple Tours
Siem Reap is home to the world-famous Angkor Wat temple. But it wasn’t the only temple built by the ancient Khmer. In fact, the Khmer were very prolific builders and built many hundreds of temples during their time. We have all the information you need about tours of Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples.
Beng Mealea Tours
Beng Mealea is located around 65km from Siem Reap and is commonly referred to as the “unrestored jungle temple”. This wonderful temple is a little way our of Siem Reap and therefore fewer people make the journey to visit. You can explore this wonderful temple is relative peace and quiet when compared to the temples located near Siem Reap town. You also don’t need to buy an Angkor Pass for Beng Mealea and the entrance fee is only $5 per person.
On this tour, you’ll get out of the city and out into the jungle to see Beng Mealea temple. After exploring this amazing temple, we’ll then head over to the floating village at Kampong Khleang and get out on the water of the great Tonle Sap Lake.
On this tour, we’ll drive out to see the unrestored jungle temple of Beng Mealea. These ancient ruins were built in the style of Angkor Wat, although on a smaller scale. You’ll also see one of the most popular floating villages on the Tonle Sap, Kampong Phluk.
Phnom Kulen Tours
The Phnom Kulen National Park is one of the most popular places to visit for both locals and tourists. The mountain range is home to some dense jungle and the view is amazing. On the mountain, you’ll find waterfalls, the River of a Thousand Lingas and the largest statue of a reclining Buddha in Cambodia. The two-hour drive is all worth it when you reach the top of Phnom Kulen and look out over the stunning mountain range.
Explore the most popular sites at Phnom Kulen and see the waterfalls, the River of a Thousand Lingas and the largest reclining Buddha statue in Cambodia. Also learn about Cambodia’s tragic past with trips to the Landmine Museum and the Killing Fields.
Visit Phnom Kulen, the most sacred spot in all of Cambodia. Here you can see a reclining Buddha statue, the River of a Thousand Lingas, and two tropical waterfalls. In the afternoon, we’ll go to see Kampong Phluk floating village on the Tonle Sap.