Full Day Sambor Prei Kuk Temple

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Sambor Prei Kuk Tour Guide: Full Day Sambor Prei Kuk Temple

Full day tour to Sambo Preikuk

As you travel down to Kampong Thom, Kampong Thom is Cambodia’s second largest province by area. There are a number of significant Angkorian sites in the area, including Prasat Sambor Prei Kuk and Prasat Andet temples. Sambor Prei Kuk is an archaeological site in Cambodia located in Kampong Thom Province, 30 km (19 mi) north of Kampong Thom, the provincial capital, 176 km (109 mi) east of Angkor and 206 km (128 mi) north of Phnom Penh. The now ruined complex dates back to the Pre-Angkorian Chenla Kingdom (late 6th to 9th century), established by king Isanavarman I as central royal sanctuary and capital, known then as Isanapura. The Cambodian government has included Sambor Prei Kuk on its Tentative List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Located on the Eastern bank of the Tonle Sap lake, close to the Sen River, the central part of Sambor Prei Kuk is divided into three main groups. Each group has a square layout surrounded by a brick wall. The structures of the overall archaeological area were constructed at variable times: the southern and north groups (7th century) by Isanavarman I, who is considered a possible founder of the city and the central group (later date).


DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION
Siem Reap – pick up from your hotel

DEPARTURE TIME
7.00 AM

INCLUDED
  • English speaking expert guide
  • Private air-con transportation
  • Lunch, Drinking water and fresh fruit
  • Temple pass

EXCLUSION
  • Gratuities (tip)
  • Soft drink/beer
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance

What to Expect

  • We will arrive back in Siem Reap around 5.30 pm.  We can either take you back to your hotel or to another destination of your choice in town.
  • Other things to bring: hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and insect repellent.
  • CBGA will provide drinking water in a big container to refill, so we request you to bring your own water bottle from home or from your hotel. It is our campaign to reduce plastic waste.

 








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