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                                    Trip From Siem Reap - Kompong Thom

Kompong Thom 1 Day Tour:

               Siem Reap - Kampong Thom: Sambo Prey Kok and Back to Siem Reap

In the morning around 7:30am welcome and pick up from hotel in Siem Reap, then we start our journey to kampong Thom province and to visit:
- Prasat Sambor Group (Northern Sanctuaries):
- Lion Temple Group:
- Prasat Yeai Poeun Group:
- Kroul Romeas Group:
- Then Back to Siem Reap

What are include?

- Transport used: Car/Van + English Speaking Driver
- Cool Towels + Cold Drinking Waters

What are exclude?

- Meals and drinks
- Entrance fees
- English Speaking tour guide

Type Of VehiclesPricePaxOther sites extra
A/c Car Toyota + English speaking driver $ 135 USD1-4

A/c Mini Van + English speaking driver $ 145 USD5-14


                  Siem Reap - Kampong Thom: Sambo Prey Kok + Phnom Santuk and drop off in Phnom Penh

In the morning around 7:30am welcome and pick up from hotel in Siem Reap, then we start our journey to kampong Thom province and to visit:
- Sambo Prey Kok
- Phnom Santuk
- Then we will head to Phnom Penh and drop off

Type Of VehiclesPrice PaxOther sites extra
A/c Car Toyota + English speaking driver$ 160 USD1-4
A/c Mini Van + English speaking driver $ 175 USD5-14


                              Trip From Phnom Penh - Kompong Thom

           Phnom Penh-Kompong Thom: Phnom Santuk + Sambo Prey Kok and drop off in Siem Reap

In the morning around 7:30am welcome and pick up from hotel / aiport in Phnom Penh, then we start our journey to kampong Thom province and to visit:
- Phnom Santuk
- Sambo Prey Kuk Group
- Then we will head to Siem Reap

Type Of VehiclesPricePax Other sites extra
A/c Car Toyota + English speaking driver $ 165 USD1-4
A/c Mini Van + English speaking driver $ 175 USD5-14





Phnom Santuk Mountain
has many Buddha statues carved from great mountain rock including three big Buddha statues reaching Nirvana, each measure than 10-meter length. Phnom Santuk has changed names to Chorn Chong Kiri and Phnom Krop Tuk. Chan Chan Dare or Chan Chare are called two pieces of stone by local people that join all together in marked symbol and made in small hole. When the passenger arrived there, they always dropped cash coins (ancient coins) into this small hole.When cash coins are
dropped in, it makes soft weak voice like a voice of the birds sing or music with
happiness. So they did that since ancient period.



SAMBO PREI KUH TEMPLES

Founded by King Isanavarman I during the seventh century, Sambo Prei Kuh was once the capital of Chenla known as Isanapura, and was a religious center dedicated to the worship of Shiva.

Collectively, the complex consists of more than a hundred temples built of solid bricks, laterite and sandstone and from the remains. It is understood that several successions of kings have maintained this site as their capital, each time adding more temples and monuments to the capital city.



PRASAT ANDET TEMPLE

Andet temple, built in the Prei Kmeng style with one single brick tower, now nestles snugly alongside a modern Buddhist wat. This was built in the latter part of the seventh century under Jayavarman I.

In the central group of temples, the decorative details of Prasat Tor (Lion temple) are similar in style to the ruins belonging to the period of king Jayavarman II of the ninth century.



Wat Kuhak Nokor is an eleventh-century site with a collection of laterite and sandstone buildings in a well-maintained 200 square meters park surrounded by a large sandstone rampart 3 meters in height. Built during the reign of King Suryavarman I, the style is similar to the Tonlé Bati temple.



Prasat Yeai Poeun Group comprised a total of 22 sanctuaries (5 have octagonal shapes) with two wall rampart, and was built of brick, masonry, laterite and sandstone in rectangular from in 7th century (600-635) during the reign of Isanavarman I to dedicated to Shiva. They were built on a hill with Gopura from the eastern and western entrances joining to an outside laterite rampart. The inner rampart reached by gateways from the four directions and joined to the brick rampart carved in various clustering figures.