Preah Vihear Temple

Preah Vihear is an imposing temple situated on a promontory of the Dangrek Mountain range (length: 152 metres; 500 feet) and (width: 160 metres

Phnom Bakeng

Baphoun Temple

Baphuon is a single temple-mountain sanctuary situated on a high base symbolizing Mount Meru. A rectangular sandstone wall measuring 425 by 125 metres (1.394 by 410 feet)

Banteay Chhmar Temple

Banteay Chhmar relatively modern means “The Citadel Of The Cat” and the real name of this temple is not known. It is a royal Buddhist monastic complex which was built by the king Jayavarman

Boeng Mealea Temple

Beng Mealea literally means “The Pond Of Lotus Flower” and it is another enormously complex with an area of 108 hectares. Although the real name or the precise date of this temple

Banteay Srei Temple

Banteay Srei literally means the “Citadel of Women” and the site of this temple as it is known by locals, was originally called Isvarapura meaning the City of Isvara, one of the name

Preah Khan Temple

Preah Khan literally means “Sacred Sword” and its 12th AD name called ‘Nagara Jaya Sri’ meaning (the City of Victory and Throne or the Sacred Sword) may echo this event

Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom is a great city, indeed one of the largest and last cities of the Khmer Empire which was founded by king Jayavarman VII (his perinirvana name Maha Parama Sangatha), his reign in 1181-1220

Kampong Pluk

Kampong Pluk Floating Village: is one of the lake site attractions which on the other part of Tonle Sap. It is situated 20 km from Siem Reap city. The trip to this

Ta Prohm Temple

Ta Prohm, relatively modern, means the “Ancestor or Old Brahma” and the original name of this temple called RAJA VIHARA meaning The “Royal Monastery”. It was consecrated