26 C
Siem Reap
Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Angkor Temple Guide

Angkor Archaeological Park contains some of the most famous temples in the world, including the majestic Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm and Bayon. Most visitors are surprised to learn that there are dozens of temple complexes that can be visited within the park, and they often underestimate the amount of time needed to fully experience these historical sites. In addition, there are several stunning temples to be explored outside of the park. Our Angkor Temple Guide is a practical and essential resource for planning a trip to these ancient wonders in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It includes information on how and when to visit the best temples. It also includes information on accessing incredible temples located outside the Angkor park, like Beng Mealea, Banteay Srei, and the Roluos Group.

Baphuon

Baphuon is a beautiful 11th century "temple-mountain" with steep stairs leading visitors to a terrace which offers one of the best views...

Ta Som

They say that good things come in small packages, and that is certainly true of Ta Som. Although it is one of...

Koh Ker

The city of Koh Ker was the capital of the Khmer Empire between 928 AD and 944AD during the reigns of Jayavarman...

Beng Mealea

The jungle temple of Beng Mealea  (meaning "lotus pond") is largely unrestored, its walls and towers burst apart with trees and creepers....

Srah Srang

This 10th Century baray, or reservoir, is a magical setting for its visitors, who admire a serene sunrise from its cross-shaped, laterite...

Roluos Group

The Roluos Group refers to a collection of four Angkor-era monuments, which are not located within the main Angkor Park, but instead near...

Banteay Kdei

In stark contrast to the often overwhelmingly crowded and popular Angkorian ruins, Banteay Kdei is peaceful and quiet. Its name means “Citadel...

Banteay Srei

"The lady temple", "the tiny temple", "the pink temple"; Banteay Srei goes by many nicknames, an indication of the distinctiveness of this...

Kbal Spean

Kbal Spean literally means “Bridge Head” in Khmer and is an ancient Angkorian site, part of Phnom Kulen National Park. It is...

Phnom Krom

Phnom Krom is a hill located about 12 kilometers southwest of Siem Reap, and is home to a spectacular Angkorian temple built...
- Advertisement -
Book tickets for Phare, the Cambodian circus
Angkor Wat temple

Angkor Wat

Angkor Thom Victory Gate

Angkor Thom

Bayon Temple

Bayon

Ta Prohm temple ruins

Ta Prohm

Pre Rup temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Pre Rup

- Advertisement -
Angkor Wat Tours and Tickets