Preah Vihear Temple holiday packages
Preah Vihear Temples is a big northern province of Cambodia that encapsulates a charming past and ancient architecture. Its beautiful capital is called Phnom Tbeng Meanchey. The province itself is named after the temple of Prasat Preah Vihear that is definitely the standing hotspot of this province. Interestingly, the province is excessively remote and strongly forested. After a small ride gaze upon the remnants of Preah Vihear, you will come across intricate stone ornamentations, and vast, clear views of Cambodian plains. For a more detailed tour around the temple complex, we help you hire a tour guide near the area. The UNESCO World Heritage Site, surrounded by a lush jungle and a composed environment, demands to be implored in careful detail. This place comprises of four courtyards and five, ornate gopurams, the entrance gateways to Hindu temples with the last vestiges of the Khmer Empire are truly a wonder to behold. The afternoon journey continues to Koh Ker group Khmer empire city in the 10th-century temples complex north Cambodian temple built during the Khmer empire, the is now very heavy and remote in the forest. You will get to visit Prasat Pram, Prasat Thom the main structure, its stepped 7-tiered Pyramid. A visit to Bengmelea, a large Hindu temple complex will make you realize how culturally fertile this place is. The temple’s primary material is sandstone which makes it some sort of an architectural marvel. Atop the cliffs of the Dangrek Mountains sits the Temple of Preah Vihear, a place of ruin and serenity preserved by nature and survived by culture. Explore the elegant temple that dates back to the 9th century, older than the famous Angkor Wat, another Hindu temple in Cambodia. Considered as a masterpiece of the ancient Khmer Empire, bring to light the religious Hindu culture by traversing well-preserved ruins, authentic in its architecture and style. Let’s explore more of this place and take away everlasting memories. Grab our Preah Vihear Temple Travel Packages now.