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Day1: Siem Reap: Angkor Temple (Meals: L)
arrival and after clearing immigration and customs, be transferred by
our local guide to visit the biggest religious temple in the world -
the magnificent Angkor Wat. Built by Suryavarman II in
the early 12th century, Angkor Wat is considered a masterpiece of Khmer
architecture. Lunch at local restaurant (RED HOUSE) Afternoon, we
continue to explore your temple exploration today at Angkor Thom City
by Victoria Gate. For the enigmatic faces of Bayon temple to the intricate bas reliefs of the Terrace of the Elephants, Angkor Thom is filled with fabulous monuments. Back to hotel in Siem Reap at 16:00 for show and refresh ‚€“ 17:30 our guide and driver pick up you again for the blessing ceremony in Wat Bo from
the master of monk to release your bad luck and bring you the
happiness, good luck for your trip in Cambodia, and the best successful
in life/love/business. Drop you at hotel or at the old market.
Day2: Siem Reap: Angkor¬ Temple (Meals: B)
Early morning, we enjoy the Tuk Tuk to the jungle-covered temple of Ta Phrom
and come back to hotel for breakfast at 07:30 and one hour later we
drive beyond the main Angkor complex to visit another favourite temple
amongst visitors ‚€“ the enchanting Banteay Srei. It
appears that the temple was designed to leave no space undecorated, and
the fine carvings in pink sandstone are quite unique. Banteay Samre,
built in the third quarter of the 12th century. It consists of a
central temple with four wings preceded by a hall and accompanied by
two libraries, the southern most of which is remarkably well preserved.
Two concentric walls enclosed the ensemble. After lunch visit to Neak Pean: The
original layout of Neak Poan was supposed to be a symbol of the
Universe: the central temple represents Mount Meru surrounded by the
four Oceans, Preah Khan meaning ‚€œHoly Sword‚€� is
one of the largest temple compounds in Angkor and is defended by four
concentric walls. The main shrine and its adjoining buildings are richly
decorated with Buddhist motifs and scenes from Hindu epics. ¬ Transfer
to airport for departure.