Exploring - Grand Circle Tours
The first destination of this tour will be Preah Khan; Preah Khan meaning ‘sacred sword’. This temple is huge, full of carvings, passages and photo opportunities. It originally served as a Buddhist monastery and school, engaging over 1000 monks and for a short period was the residence of King Jayavarman VII, it was constructed in the late 12th century. You will then be taken to Bantey Prei, a small temple and an interesting comparison with Preah Khan. Bantey Prei was constructed in the late 12th – early 13th century, during the reign of King Jayavarman VII. After visiting Bantey Prei you will be escorted to Neak Pean, a small island temple. The Central temple sits on the axis or a cross or lotus pattern of eight pools. Originally known as Rajasri, Neak Pean means coiled serpents from the encoiled nagas that encircle the temple. The trip will be end at Pre Rup, the state temple of Rajendravarman II, constructed in the late 10th century.
Remork plus Guide : USD 40.00 net per person (max. 2 people)
Car plus Guide : USD 125.00 net per person (max. 2 people)