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Very old temple. This is religious place. Peaceful and serene site with approx 18 other tourists about. We came here at morning. Nothing more beautiful and intriguing than roaming ancient ruins in absolute peace and silence.
These temples are further away from the city centre but definitely worth a visit. The drive takes more than an hour to an hour and half each way but the visit can be done in about half a day. Did these and visited the floating...More
The first capital of Khmer Empire, we feel so privilege to be able to visit this historical site. Our driver told us this temple was build back in the 9th century which makes it an even older temple than Angkor Wat.
We spent a wonderful 3 hours here and ended up at Bakong for the end of day sun. Preah Ko is beautiful with its red sandstone towers and Bakong majestic. One of the highlights in our 3 day temple tour and a definite recommendation.
For those interested in ancient structures, these are some of the oldest permanent structures built by the Khmer in the 9th century. The temples were part of the first capital of the Khmer Empire - known in the day as Hariharalaya - named after Hari...More
It is peaceful place to visit sunset although it is closed at 17:30. Staff here have not urge us to leave and allow us to take photos. We have left there at 6pm but there are still few guys on the top. No wonder when...More
We throughly enjoyed our half day trip to the Roulos temples as it felt so serene and uncrowded and we could soak up the atmosphere rather than follow busloads of tourists chatting at high volume.
We did this trip on our 3rd day after completing...More
The Roluos Group of Temples were historically significant. They are smaller in scale, compared to Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, but the stories behind them are nonetheless fascinating. I visited these places as part of my 3-day tour, spent about 2 hours visiting all 3...More
We visited the rollout group, this place even early then Angkor,
They are trying to persevere thousands years old building, after visit the site we went to the back, there’s a school with some girls students studying, they learn English and computer skills,