• Tour Duration: Full Day
  • Languages: English
  • Service: Private Basis
Day 01

Siem Reap – Beng Melia – Kampong Klaeng  – Siem Reap       -, L, –       

Meet the driver-guide at the hotel lobby.

At about sixty kilometers from Siem Reap is the largest complex of Beng Melea, a temple with an adjoining monastery nestled in the jungle, which covers an area of over one square km.

Built in the same style and by the same king who built Angkor Wat, Beng Melea is considered by many may actually also to have been a prototype of the great temple.

Being devoid of carvings, it is thought to have been completed painted to be ‘internal to’ outside.

Most of the monastic complex has not been restored and the atmosphere is fantastic.

With the exception of the Ta Phrom, this complex offers the best shots of vegetation and large trees integrated into the temple.

Continuing it come Kampong Khleang, a village located 40 kilometers from Siem Reap, usually avoided by mass tourism. This village is known for its houses on stilts, for its peaceful atmosphere and for the characteristic landscape of rice fields, water and forest. Through the village it will be possible to know the customs of the inhabitants who also specialize in crocodile breeding farming.

The journey continues aboard a boat, through the channels, leading to the big lake where the Vietnamese community hasi n this place its dwellings Rientro a Siem Reap.

The village consists in a myriad of floating buildings, houses, shops, add it is located, depending on periods and water depth, either along the banks of the river channel that leads to the lake or at the lake itself. Then enter in the Tonle Sap, so big that the banks cannot be seen.. The boat stops off the engine to better enjoy the silence of this “sea”

Picnic or at local restaurant lunch.

Return to Siem Reap and end of services.

  • Private air conditioned transportation as per program
  • Cold water and fresh towels at disposal
  • Entrance fee
  • Meals as per program
  • Private English speaking local tour guide

  • Any king of insurances
  • Drinks at meals (if any) and extras in general