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Judging from the lack of crowds, most visitors to Siem Reap don't make it out to Beng Mealea. Their loss, big time. In some respects, this was my favorite. The temple was built by the same King who built Angkor Wat, but this one lies...More
Beng Mealea is about a 30-minute drive away from the main Angkor sites, which I have visited several tines. This ancient temple has not been restored as much as some others and is more “jungly” and less crowded. I recommend Beng Mealea for those who...More
This was built in the 12 century and is a hidden unrepaired temple. It they built scaffolding for easy access and touring. A cool space. You don’t need a guide but is it helpful. Also there is a $5 supplement for this temple.
There are few places on this planet that take my breath away like Angkor wat and it’s surrounding temples. I’d recommend getting to the temples as early in the morning as possible. Guides are helpful but not necessary. Depends on your interests. You need a...More
What can I say about this it is like an Indiana Jones Adventure or Haiyo Miyazaki film. It was a really long drive but so worth it! Spend the $5 dollar entrance fee and see what these temples looked like before they were restored!
If you are after that Tomb Raider kick, Beng Melea is a much better pick than Ta Phrom. It is lonely, thoroughly overgrown and empty as a result. The only downside is the 1.5hr roadtrip to get there. Don‘t bother if you are short on...More
We took the 60+KM (1.5 hour) journey to Beng Mealea Temple. It was O-Kay. If you have days to kill, it's not bad but we didn't necessarily love it. Yes it's the 'newest temples they've found (2008) but it's a long way to go for...More
It was wonderful trip. The temple was located a little off from the city. About one hour drive. We hired a car. At a first glance, it looked like just ruins. But walkboard leaded us to inside the temple and we could feel the real...More