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SIEM REAP - Mystic Angkor

SIEM REAP - Mystic Angkor

Code: PT-CAM03

Transportation: Car,

3 Days 2 Nights


Stretching over some 400 square kilometres, including forested area, Angkor Archaeological Park contains the magnificent remains of several capitals of the Khmer Empire of the 9th to the 15th centuries, among which the most famous are the Temple of Angkor Wat and, at Angkor Thom, the Bayon Temple with its countless sculptural decorations.
Angkor Archaeological Park was recognized a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1992.
Day 1: SIEM REAP (L, D)
Arrive Siem Reap airport. Pick up & private transfer to hotel for checking in.
PM visits: 
* Excursion to Banteay Srei temple - dedicated to the Hindu god, Shiva. Unlike the other temples, Banteay Srei is constructed of pink sandstone and the name means ‘Citadel of the Women’.
* Continue by bus to Banteay Samre - built in the middle of 12th century by King Suryavarman II (reigned 1113-1150) and dedicated to Hindu (dedicated to Vishnu) with Angkor Wat art style.
                                             Banteay Srei temple                                                                               Banteay Samre temple
* Ta Keo, Ta Prohm - a unique temple that has been left to nature with trees and vines growing amongst the structures;
* Banteay Kdei - located at the southeast of Ta Prohm, the Citadel is built in the mid of 12th century to 13th century by king Jayavarman II following 2 different styles of the Angkor Wat and the Bayon but less complex than these 2 monuments.
* Prasat Kravan - located on the south of the Srah Srang artificial lake. It was built in the first half of the 10th century (921) during the reign of Harshavarman 1 in Hindu religion. The main point of interest at Kravan is the sculpture on the interior of two of the five towers depicting Vishnu and his consort Laksmi; the scene in the central tower is the most impressive one. These carvings in brick on the interior of a monument are unique in Khmer architecture.
                                                            Ta Keo                                                                                                   Ta Prohm
                                                  Banteay Kdei                                                                                               Prasat Kravan
After dinner, Free at leisure on your own arrangement.
Overnight in Siem Reap.
Day 2: SIEM REAP (B, L, D)
Transfer to the ancient city of Angkor Thom – called “the Great City”:  after Jayavarman VII recaptured the Angkorian capital from the Cham invaders in 1181, he began a massive building campaign across the empire, constructing Angkor Thom as his new capital city. He began with existing structures such as Baphuon and Phimeanakas and built a grand enclosed city around them, adding the outer moat. 
* South Gate - the mosted bustling gate as it is the best renovated gate and it leads directly to Angkor Wat.
* Bayon Temple - a buddist temple but it still retains most of elements of the Hindu archeology and imagery.
* Baphoun - a temple built in 1066, before the reign of Jayavarma VII.
* Phimeanakas Temple - located in the middle of the old Royal Palace, symbolizing a Sky Palace and was a place of worship. It means: All of the kings had promoted themselves like the god king’s sons.
* Terrace of the Elephants - served as a viewing platform for royal festivities and depicts elephants and garuda.
* Terrace of the Leper King - The terrace of the Leper King lies just to the north of the Terrace of the Elephants, aligned with it but standing separately. It is named, or rather mis-named, for the seated statue which once occupied the platform and has now been moved to the National Museum in Phnom Penh for safe-keeping. The statue was formerly thought to represent a legendary "leper king," but is now considered to represent Yama, the Lord of the Dead; the terrace itself might have functioned as a cremation platform.
                                    South Gate                                                   Bayon Temple                                                         Baphoun
In the afternoon, visit the Angkor Wat. The Temple was built during the early years of the 12th century by Suryavaram II and it honored the Hindu god Vishnu before becoming a Buddhist worship edifice in the 16th century. 
Climb up Bakheng hill (65m high) and enjoy the sunset over the wonder of Siem Reap at the end of the day.
Overnight at hotel.
Day 3: SIEM REAP (B, L)
Free at leisure to explore the Old Market: an open air market in the south of the city, popular with tourists in the city and sells souvenirs but it is also known for its variety of Cambodian cuisine, and has a number of food stalls which sell a variety of rices, dried fish and pork sausages, vegetables and fruits. Some stalls sell baguettes and spiced frogs, which is believed to be a relic of French colonialism in the area. Other stalls cook up various Khmer soups and red chili slices and peanuts.
Drop off at your hotel.
End of services.
* Possibility to join our tours to Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and Viet Nam as trip extension. You should check our website for more details.
- A/C vehicle (from 4s up to 45s, up to the size of your group) with driver.
- 3* hotel in double / or / twin occupancy with breakfast included.
- Entrance fees.
- Local English speaking tour guide.
- 2* 500 ml bottles of drinking water + 1 wet tissue/ person.
- Full meals as mentioned (L: lunch, D: dinner).
- Drinks in meal, personal expenses, tips ...
- Visa entrance fees
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