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Temples of Sambor Prei Kuk Day Trip from Phnom Penh Including Lunch

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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... read more

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Siem Reap Province, Cambodia
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Siem Reap Province, Cambodia
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5 reviews
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Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

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.

St. Neots, United Kingdom
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109 reviews
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Reviewed March 22, 2017

As part of a 6 day private tour of Cambodia we had a private guide around the temples site. It was a very hot day reaching 37C but walking through the forest it was relatively cool. For anyone who has been to My Son in Vietnam the architecture will be very familiar and will be reminded how extraordinary it is... More 

Thank TheSnitch
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452 reviews
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Reviewed February 28, 2017 via mobile

Amazing place to be , easily to found even without your guide. Guides are available ( fluent English) . At all it's a 3km walk around this area to see lots of temples . Pathway is not prepared, so better to take care for the rights shoes. Prices are 3$ without guide .

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Lancaster, United Kingdom
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277 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 97 helpful votes
Reviewed December 25, 2016

We came from Kompong Thom from where it is a common trip for tuktuk drivers. The road is good and not unusually bumpy. At the site we met a local young man who charged us $7, which, he said, went to the local organization. Our guide had reasonable English whch he was trying to improve, and seemed to know a... More 

Thank Etosha
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4 reviews
Reviewed December 24, 2016

We travelled to Sambor Prei Kuk and stayed a night at the wonderful home stay of mr. Teng. Very quiet area with pre-Angkorian temples in the woods. We were accompanied by a guide from the local community (10 dollar). Highly recommended! We stayed for one night at the home stay of mr. Teng (number 7). This was a wonderful experience,... More 

Thank Simone U
Madrid, Spain
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19 reviews
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Reviewed December 9, 2016

This is not the best kept temple, so not Angkor Wat nor the Bayon, but it has two things which make it delightful. The first one is that you may find only a few locals. So you will not find large crowds of national groups with their respective guides. The second is that everything is scattered around a beautifully forested... More 

Thank Irene D
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Reviewed November 12, 2016 via mobile

We went there by car from Siam Reap (private driver). The temples's archtecture is completely different from Angkor (much older) and there are very, very few tourists. You can take a guided tour there by a local guide. The entrance fee is just $3 per person.

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Perth, Australia
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36 reviews
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Reviewed November 6, 2016

One of my most cherished highlights in Sambor Prei kuk was our home stay. This is a wonderful way to experience everyday rural life in Cambodia and interact with the beautiful Khmer people. Our host family was delightful, the food was delicious and our shared accomodation was very clean and comfortable.

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Lilongwe, Malawi
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30 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 25 helpful votes
Reviewed August 6, 2016 via mobile

We (family of 4) had a 1.5 hour stopover here on the way from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh in July 2016. It was a sunny day and extremely hot (my guess: around 32" C). We took a guide to see the temples, who warned us of the risk of dengue fever and recommended that we mosquito repellent. We applied... More 

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Nossegem, Belgium
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57 reviews
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Reviewed June 28, 2016 via mobile

We stayed for 3 nights with a Cambodian family. No electricity, no running water. But soooop friendly people, givi,g you the best room of their house. Cooking delicious local food. Although we could not communicate, as the family did not understand nor spoke any word in another language, we had a great time. We made bike rides to the Sambor... More 

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