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Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Small Group Full-Day Banteay and Preah Khan Srei Temple Tour w/Hotel Pickup
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Multi-Day Small Group Tour of Siem Reap Temples
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“steep climb” (27 reviews)
“temple mountain” (20 reviews)
Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Temple was half ruined but still it maintained its beauty . architecture and carving was mindblowing . this was the end of tour - heard from guide the temple dedicated to lord shiva made by hindu king . apart from history sunset view was amazing...More

Thank Amy D
Reviewed 5 days ago

We went there by chance since our Guide from Siem Reap Shuttle service had managed to mess-up our schedule by giving wrong instructions to the tour group on meeting back for sunset after the main temple tour. We had to then go to this place...More

Thank sudeshna09
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Big temple and also pretty high with a nice...not stairs haha. Still please go upstairs and see how beautifull this one is.

Thank Paul v
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The stair is kinda challenging as the stairs are very high, remember to wear stretchable pants otherwise you may tear off your pants. But, the view on top was amazing, i was hesitate to climb up the stairs at first, but sooner i gave it...More

Thank viviantan930
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This temple built in 961 AD is a small one, a little out-of-the-way, but a very interesting temple. It was a Hindu Temple built for King Rajendra Varman where he could worship the Lord Shiva. It is situated on a little hill, and has five...More

Thank TheExplorerFamily
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have to start by saying it was HOT - very HOT and we were constantly looking for shade. You have to wear long pants, and have your shoulders covered so just pay the few dollars to get a loose pair of long pants that...More

Thank Tracy J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

There are some great views from the top of this temple across the countryside and I can see why it is so popular for sunset. It's a steep climb to get to the top but worth the effort. It is a little similar to some...More

Thank Triantiwontigongolope
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Pre Rub temple it's great place for see the sunset and very nice with the view, we would like to take time that place @ PRE RUB

Thank Chhean T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Relatively crowd free ! Impressive set of temples here that require effort climbing . However we discovered once we went up that there is a set of wooden stairs on the right side of the temple complex that lead all the way to the top...More

Thank kelvi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This temple is the best example of the Pre Rup style of architecture. It represents the Mount Meru (temple mountain). It was the center of the Angkor empire for some time. The terraces are tall, the steps are tall, the five towers are very tall....More

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