This photography tour takes you out into the countryside to experience some splendid outer Angkor sites, generally avoiding crowds.
The first stop will be the 10th Banteay Srey; a small and unique temple with one of the finest carvings of all of the Angkor Temples. It was restored in 2005. It is at its best seen in the mornings.
The second stop will be Kbal Spean; commonly known as the valley of a 1000 Lingas. It is set in the jungle to the northeast of Angkor. It is approached by a steep jungle walk of 1500 metres, passing huge overhanging boulders and continues through the gorge to the river.
That is where you will take your lunch while en-route through the beautiful and unspoiled countryside to the lesser visited, but very interesting temple of Banteay Samre which is named after the Samré, an ancient people of Indochina. The temple uses the same materials as the Banteay Srey, but was constructed in the style of Angkor Wat.
The last stop will be the Rolus Group. These temples are set in a stunning location. The Bakong is a highly significant pre-Angkorian site; built in the 9th century by King Indravar-man I. The temple has a five stepped pyramid with a lotus flower tower at its summit. This tower was an addition built in the 12 the century in Angkor Wat style.
*Please note that the price includes:
**Please note that the price excludes:
-Angkor Day Pass Ticket 37 USD/pax
-Food & Drinks
***Please note the following information:
-Tour starts at 07:00 a.m. from your hotel and return in the late afternoon
-The Kbal Spean walk is quite abrupt; so reasonable fitness is necessary.
-A maximum of 6 pax can join this tour.
-Price for solo Traveler is 270 USD
-Price for 2 pax is 145 USD/pax (price quoted for this activity)
-Price for 3 pax is 110 USD/pax
-Price for 4 pax is 105 USD/pax
-Price for 5 pax is 95 USD/pax
-Price for 6 pax is 90 USD/pax
****We recommend you to bring along:
-Good footwear; Trekking sandals are fine.
-Waterproofs or umbrella are recommended in Wet Season
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