The 3 temples, Bakong, Preah Ko and Lolei are small but still beautiful for me. We went here on our way to Beng Mealea. Lolei is being maintained. Drop by for a quick visit, its worthy.
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Beautiful temples to see but only if you have time and have already seen the main temples (short and grand circuit temples) The temples are: Preah Koh Bakong Lo Lai You can do this trip in half a day morning or afternoon, or full day...More
These are a series of 3 different sets of ruins and all just a couple of kilometers or so apart. These ruins are all in pretty bad condition and badly in need of reconstruction. However, the last one we visited was the largest and in...More
After the throngs of Angkor Wat these temples were so refreshingly empty. Not as majestic, obviously, but well worth the visit.
Please all travelers do not forget this place because it is very important place for travelers. If you visit there and offer the unique culture for these places and it is so amazing part of Angkor group also,
Enjoyed this half day excursion from Siem Reap $15 by tuk tuk. Not nearly as many tourist....very peacful and quiet. The lolei temple had a school directly behind it run by a monk who is very engaging and happy to show you round. I found...More
We visited the Roluos Temples on our third (and last) day of our Siem Reap temple visit. They are about 14kms away from the township and the day we were there it was very quiet - hardly any tourists which was nice. There are 3...More
Rolous Group of temple consist of Lo Lei temple, Preah Koh temple, and Bakong Temple, which are ancient Khmer civilization site of Hariharalaya which flourished in the late 9th and earlier 10th centuries ! After visiting this we had lunch with a local family where...More
The Roluos group of Temples consist of the Preah Ko,Bakong & Lolei Temples of which the first two are good & worth watching while the third can be strolled past in fifteen minutes as it does not seem to have any redeeming features to tarry...More
These group of Temples are at the heart of the first Capital of the Khmer Empire and date from the 9th. Century. Built in a combination of Sandstone and Clay Bricks, the architechture rivals that of the Masons of Western Europe in precission and beauty....More