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Tour Details

We will come and pick you up after you’ve eaten breakfast around 8am.
We’ll then drive out to Beng Mealea which is around 65km away and then visit either Kampong Phluk or Kampong Khleang fishing village.

Beng Mealea

Beng Mealea is a Hindu temple located around 65km outside of Siem Reap. It was build in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II. It’s one of the largest temples built during the Angkor period and is a great site to visit because it’s fairly quiet when compared to Angkor Wat. It was build mostly of sandstone, which historians believe was brought from the nearby quarries of Phnom Kulen. This quiet temple is away from the huge crowds of Angkor Wat and can be explored in relative peace.

Floating Village

You can visit the either Kampong Phluk or Kampong Khleang. These are two of the three floating villages located on the great Tonle Sap Lake. In the dry season, the houses can be seen sitting on top of high stilts. When the lake floods, the houses sit just on top of the water. The local people here live their lives on the water and there are schools, markets and even clinics here.

You can also go to see the beautiful flooded forest. We can take the boat back to our transport and watch the sunset on the largest fresh water lake in Southeast Asia.

Pice USD $120

Private tour price $120/group from 2-4 people

Tour Note

Licensed tour guide, AC car, and cold water are included. Tickets, lunch and other personal expenses are not included on this trip.

Visitor should be aware of local customs and visitors are asked to cover their knees and shoulders when entering the temples. Moreover, Cambodia is a very hot country, you should bring something to protect yourself from the sun.

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