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Koh Ker, three hours from Siem Reap, served as the capital of the Khmer empire from 928 to 944, and was built under King Jayavarman IV under whose reign colossal sculptures and lingas were constructed, leading to charges of megalomania. Some of the...more
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Must visit part of Cambodia visit if you are history buff. This is a Siva temple and part of early constructions at Cambodia. We have option to climb to the top. Avoid sunny time as it could become too hot while you climb.
A great site in the jungle north of Siem Reap. It is not hard to get there and it is worth it, there are many temples in the area and on the way. And not so many tourists in the area so you can take...More
The total grounds for this site can be seen in an hour and get to take it all in. But it is very impressive to see this pyramid. The coolest part is that you get to go on top of it, how many ancient pyramids...More
Great pyramid temple, but what makes this the best we visited was the trees in the smaller temple next to it, they were so impressive and show the power of nature. Very different to the ones at Angkor, both worth a visit.
It’s worth the...More
The Koh Ker temple site is amazing. This is from the periods before Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom - the only site with a pyramid and there is access to the top.
You do not need to let it take a hole day - to...More
Do you believe that there are pyramid in ASEAN? Yes there is, Prasath thom at Koh Ker temple.
Located in northen of Cambodia near Thailand border. Maybe 200 km from Seamreap ( 3 hours approximately ) the sameway to beang melea.
Admission fee usd 20...More
Like many temples in this part of Cambodia, this place is beautiful. But this one is distinct because of the seven-tiered square centrepiece; it is very impressive. So, definitely worth coming out of your way to see it. However, it is rather remote, and hence,...More