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Banteay Srei

7,230 Reviews

Banteay Srei

7,230 Reviews
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Full-Day Banteay Srei & 4 Temples Join-in Tour
$15.00 per adult
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Angkor Wat Admission Ticket
$59.89 per adult
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 2-Day Angkor Wat Small, Big Circuit and Banteay Srei Tour
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Virtual Experiences (Village & Khmer noodle Making)

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Num Banh Chok is a name of Khmer rice noodle soup that made from fermented rice by using heavy stone mills. It is one among famous traditional Khmer cuisines in Cambodia. Num Banh Chok is used sometime in special occasion like engagement, festival or ceremony in the village. Normally, the noodles are made from different kinds of rice refer to the technique of producer at each place.<br><br>It’s a real feast for your senses! Cambodians each virtually everything – and you will have the opportunity to experience just that.<br><br>• Visit the Cambodian Countryside life style.<br>• Visit to Preah Dak Village and observe the process on how to make the traditional Cambodian rice noodle.<br>• Observe a local food stall and how they serve the noodle.<br>• Join the tour on Zoom—a convenient video chat application.
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Patrick Mclnyer wrote a review Dec 2020
South Lake Tahoe, California3 contributions1 helpful vote
This is another beautifully preserved temple dating to around 967AD The Citadel of Women has intricate carvings that will take your breath away. The ruins are minature compared to Angkor Wat, but this little gem hidden in the jungle about 20 miles from Angkor, is worth the visit. Go first thing in the morning before it is too hot and over run with other tourists. Take some water too. Good footware is helpful but there is minimal climbing here...so mobility constrained individuals will have an easier time of it. Love it!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
Sothorn wrote a review Sep 2020
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There are restaurants and souvenirs shops Bonteay srei is a pure Khmer architectural style We use “Bonteay srei style” in many architecture in Cambodia
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Date of experience: September 2020
Prasert Buntha wrote a review Sep 2020
Siem Reap Province, Cambodia33 contributions
Banteay Srey Temple was a citadel of the women whose built in the 10 century of Hinduism. It is a pink hard sandstone of one f the Angkor Temple groups. Tour is available here please kindly contact us with WhatsApp +85512630803
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Date of experience: September 2020
Wendy M wrote a review Jun 2020
Sevenoaks209 contributions110 helpful votes
A beautiful pink sandstone temple covered in magnificent intricate carvings. It has been called the "jewel in the crown" of sculpture from that era. I found it fascinating and very beautiful and it's great for photos too. Usually not as busy as the main temples in Angkor so that is another bonus. You should combine this with a visit to Kbal Spean a river with elaborate carving actually on the river bed which is a must see location as far as I am concerned
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Geoffrey Hoffman wrote a review Jun 2020
Los Angeles, California2 contributions
The temple is at forty five min traveling from Siem Reap. Great explanation about excavations, the significance about this monument and also: excellent coffees and toilets. The monument is included with good and flawlessly preserved sandstone carvings. This is the sole temple which was not built by kings, but with the guru or perhaps teacher of a king.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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