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Discovery of B.Chhmar Tours
CATEGORY : Cambodia Adventure Tours
TOUR NAME : Discovery of B.Chhmar Tours
LOCATION : Cambodia
DURATION : 07 Days - 06 Nights

Highlight: (Koh Ker, Beong Mealea, Banteay Srey, Kbal Spean, Banteay Srey Butterfly Center, Banteay Samre, Preah Dak village, Preah Khan Kompong Svay, Sambor Prey Kuk, Pre Rup, East Mebon, Srah Srong, Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Quad-bike, Banteay Chhmar, Local market, Ta Phrom, Ta Keo, Ta Nei, Gibbon flight, Artisan D’angkor, Horse-riding, floating village, Cycling tour, Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom).

Full Tour Itinerary

DAY (01): (Koh Kher Group & Beong Mealea temple): Morning Tour: Koh Ker Group geographically located in Srayong Cheng village, Srayong commune and Kulen district. The temple complex at Koh Kher, northeast of Siem Reap, represents the remnants of the ancient capital of the Khmer Empire from 928 AD. It was a unique period in the age of Angkor. Just a few decades after the establishment at Angkor, there was a disruption in the royal succession for reasons that remain a matter of academic debate. What is known is that in 928 AD, King Jayavarman IV, possibly a usurper to the royal throne, created a new rival capital about some 100 kilometers away at Koh Kher. Obviously a king of much wealth and power, he raised an impressive royal city at Koh Kher of Brahmanic monuments, so far more than a hundred temples and Prasats surrounding a huge Baray, Rahal. Jayavarman IV reigned at Koh Kher for 20 years before he died in 941 A.D. A picnic lunch is at Koh Ker complex. Afternoon Tour: Beong Mealea, an untouched ruinous temple which is about some 80 kilometers from Siem Reap. It is one of the major monuments of the classical period in the style of Angkor Wat, mid of the 12thcentury AD. It was left in the tropical rain forest for almost eight hundred of years, with the spread of vegetation including the silk-cotton trees and strangler figs. End of the day, your dinner is not included.

DAY (02): (Banteay Srey, Kbal Spean, B. Butterfly Center, Banteay Samre, Preah Dak village): Morning Tour: Banteay Srei, the brilliant beauty and enchantment of Banteay Srei is nearly everyone’s favorite historical temple. The special charm of this small temple lies in its remarkable state of preservation and excellence is of decoration. It is a Hindu temple which dating from the mid 10thcentury. Kbal Spean was constructed in the 11thcentury in the reign of king Suryavarman I and his son, king Udayadityavarman II. Kbal Spean is a spectacularly carved riverbed; set deep in the jungle to the north-west of Angkor Area. Lunch is at Borey Sovann restaurant. Afternoon Tour: Banteay Srey Butterfly Centre (BBC) is one of the most visited tourist spots in the country, with the largest butterfly exhibition in the Southeast Asia. Banteay Samre refers to an ethnic group of mountain people, who inhabited the region at the base of Phnom Kulen and were probably related to Khmers. Banteay Samre dated from the same period of the construction of Angkor Wat and was built by Suryavarman II in 1113-1150, dedicating to Vishnu-God. Preah Dak village is a typical Khmer village which located in the vast man-made lake. It is believed that some people living in the preah Dak village are also the descendents of Samre. Dinner is on your own personal account, overnight in Siem Reap, Angkor.

DAY (03): (Preah Khan Kompong Svay & Sambor Prey Kuk): Morning Tour: Drive a private 4WD to Preah Khan Kompong Svay is located in Ta Siang village, Ronakse commune, Sangkum Thmei district, about 105 kilometers southwest of the provincial town. On a plain that was a former worship place of the king. The temple is surrounded by two ramparts inside and outside rampart. Inside each rampart, there are many other temples such as Neang Peou and Dangkao Baodos temples. The temple was likely a royal palace and worship place. According to historians, the site used to be a hiding place of King Jayavarman VII before he ascended to the throne in AD 1181 because the style of some construction is similar to the style of Bayon and Ta Prohm. Lunch is included. Afternoon Tour: See the beauty of Pre-Khmer Capital known as Sambor Prey Kuk. Dinner is not included.

DAY (04): (Pre Rup, East Mebon, Srah Srong, Preah Khan, Neak Pean and Quad-bike): Morning Tour: Pre Rup, a pyramid temple-mountain which stands on a high base with three narrow tiers serves as a pedestal for the 5 brick towers. It was erected in the mid of the 10thcentury 961 during the reign of King Rajendravarman II, dedicating to Shiva-God and his ancestors. East Mebon stands on what was once an island in the Eastern Baray, and was built by Rajendravarman II in the mid of 10thcentury as a shrine to his ancestors and temple’s divinity Rajendresvara was dedicated on Friday 28th January 953 at about 11AM.  Srah Srong is locally known as the royal bath or monk’s bath, which dating from the 10th and 12thcentury. Lunch is included at the local restaurant in Srah Srong village. Afternoon Tour: Preah khan is the historical site of the World Monuments Fund “prime” Asian project a painstaking renovation while maintaining its mysterious allures and superb original structure. Neak Pean which dated late 12thcentury, Buddhist temple, king Jayavarman VII, art-style Bayon Temple. Then take Quad-Bike to get real experience in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Dinner is on your own personal account.

DAY (05): (Banteay Chhmar, Local Market & Downtown): Morning Tour: Drive a private 4WD to Banteay Chhmar is one of Cambodia’s most important and least understood temples from the Angkorian period. The temple complex, its moat, Baray (reservoir) and surrounding unspoiled environment comprises a unique archaeological site and a vital link in Cambodia’s cultural heritage. For these reasons, it is now one of Cambodia’s top priorities for inscription as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its remoteness from Angkor Wat, in part, explains the lack of in-depth documentation and study of the temple. The Ministry of Culture & Fine Arts (MCFA) is responsible for overseeing the temple complex.Banteay Chhmar is the 4th largest temple dating from the Angkorian period after Preah Khan Kampong Svay, Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat being the largest temple. There are nine satellite temples as part of the temple complex. Though there is no recorded or written name for the temple, scholars generally believe that the name Banteay Chhmar probably meant “The Small Citadel” or “Narrow Fortress” (Khmer word possibly, chhmarl or chmarl meaning small, tiny or narrow). At some point, probably through oral transformation, the name became chhmar (cat). Therefore, nowadays, the temple is commonly called the “Citadel of the Cat.” These references and the oral transformation are not very clearly understood and need more documentation and research. What is known is that it was commissioned in the late 12th to early 13th centuries by King Jayavarman VII. A shrine in the temple once held an image of a Crown Prince, believed to be Indravarman II, and probably a son of Jayavarman VII. A Khmer inscription found at the site (now on display at the National Museum, Phnom Penh) tells how this prince was protected on two different occasions by four royal servants, all of whom lost their lives in his defense. The inscription lists the names of these officials and tells us that their respective images were once placed in the four corners of this shrine. Lunch is at BCBT. Afternoon Tour: Enjoy the beauty of rice field and villages on the way. Local Market, Siem Reap abounds with small markets, but there are several traditional markets are Centre market, Old market, and Phsar Loeu. The old market (Phsar-Chas) is the most popular for tourists and visitors. It offers the greatest selection of souvenirs and curious of any of the traditional markets. Dinner is on your own personal account.

DAY (06): (Ta Prohm, Ta Keo, Ta Nei, and Gibbon Flight, Artisan D’angkor, Horse-riding and Floating village): Morning Tour: Ta prohm is one of the area’s most beautiful temples. It has been left relatively untouched since it was re-discovered and retained much of its mystery. Ta Keo symbolized the golden mountain which used as “the Head quarter of the justice of the Mandarins”. Ta Nei was built in the early 12thcentury under the reign of King JayavarmanVII. It located in the Angkor forest, about one kilometer east of Ta keo Temple, reached by small car or footpath. Then get Gibbon Flight near the site. Lunch is included. Afternoon Tour: Artisan D’angkor is a school specializing in teaching wood and stone carving techniques to impoverished young generation people. It launched in 1992 under a join Cambodian/French initiative and partly financed by the EU since 1998 under the "REPLIC" programmed, Chantiers-Ecoles vocational center trains 650 apprentices a year included 160 in fine arts & crafts trades united in the "Artisans d'Angkor" production net work horse-riding at horse farm & Floating village to watch sunset. Dinner is not included.

DAY (07): (Cycling, Angkor Wat, Silk Farm and Angkor Thom City): Morning Tour: Cycling Tour to visit Angkor Wat is the famous of all the temples on the plain of Angkor area. It is comparable in size to the Imperial Royal Palace, “The Forbidden City” in China. Visit Silk-farm is located in Phuk district about some 15 kilometers from siem Reapto see local product. Lunch is included at the local restaurant. Afternoon Tour: Cycling Tour to Angkor Thom City,south gatewith four great smiling-stone faces. Bayon is the favorite temple of the visitors because it is famous for its four great smiling-sandstone faces of Buddhisattva Avalokitesvara. Dinner is on your own personal account..

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  1. (1-2Pax): $1977.00
  2. (3-4Pax): $1068.00
  3. (5-8Pax): $1030.00
  1. English Speaking guide.
  2. A/C vehicle (Car/Van).
  3. 4-WD.
  4. Quad-Bike (1-hour).
  5. Cycling Tour.
  6. Gibbon Flight (2.30 hours).
  7. Horse Riding (1-hour). 
  8. Floating Village.
  9. Kbal Spean & B. Srey.
  10. Koh-Kher+Beong Mealea.
  11. Banteay Chhmar Temple.
  12. Preah Khan Kompong Svay Temple.
  13. Sambor Prey Kuk + Fee. 
  14. Cold water, towels.
  15. Lunch (set menu).
  16. B. Srey Butterfly Center.
  17. Temple Pass. 
  1. Extra tip and your own personal expenses.
  2. Cambodia Visa Fee $20. 
  3. Domestic & International Insurance Surcharge.
  4. Domestic & International Air Tickets.
  5. Domestic & International Airport tax.
  6. Breakfast & Dinner.
  7. Hotel    
  • Prices of tour packages are negotiable and also competitive depend on the exact number of people.


Special Obey:

  • All guests must dresses properly when visit Khmer temples in Angkor Complex. Bring mosquito repellent, sun-lotion, hat, walking shoes.
  • If you wear shorts and t-shirt, please make sure that they are long enough to cover your knees and shoulders.
  • Smoking, shouting, pissing, shitting, spitting, littering, picnicking, writing, scratching carving and standing on statues.  Read More...


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Our profit from tour-packages contribute directly to the local charity school to support "The poor, homeless, street, disabled, victim, destitute and orphans" in our community (Chongkoasou, Siem Reap). And it also enables us to participate in improving their quality of education, lifestyle, hygienic, clean water, while expecting and promoting cultural traditions and Khmer values.                       As you know that, Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in the world and is still facing the current problems surrounding poverty.