Get away from the crowds at Angkor Wat on a full-day tour to two Khmer temples outside of Siem Reap. The Beng Mealea and Koh Ker temples are located in the Cambodian countryside within a 2-hour drive of Siem Reap. You'll also pass small villages and pristine jungle en route for a close look at daily life in rural Cambodia. Includes a picnic lunch, guide, and round-trip transport from Siem Reap.
Next, stop at Koh Ker Temple which dates to 928 AD – 944 AD. Explore the grounds of Prasat Thom, an imposing 7-tiered pyramid and temple complex that was home to Jayavarman IV, who ascended the throne in 928.
At both temple sites, your guide shares the history and architecture of the complex, along with details about the ancient Khmer kingdom. Walk around the large stone monuments and thick jungle, following your guide around each site to see the magnificent structures up close.
During the drive, take in the scenery of remote villages and dense jungle. Your tour includes a picnic lunch, and round-trip transport from Siem Reap.