Seeing the sunrise at Angkor Wat is an impeccable discovery of the natural beauty with a scene filled with mysterious shadows due to its amazing unrivaled architecture. As the crowds thin along with the early morning haze, stroll through the temple's complex chambers and learn the site's fascinating history is truly unforgettable. Continue the ride towards 5 most impressive temples: Bayon - Preah Khan - Tanei - Taprom - Prasat Chrung. Also a pedal through the green rainforest, a stunning untouristed jungle site.
The tour is for rider of every level since your tour guide will facilitate depend on your abilities.
Arrive at Angkor Wat before sunrise, waiting for the sun to shine its golden color to the sky making the dark tower of Angkor Wat. The reflection of the pond creates peaceful scenery and a magical time for photo shoot. Then, wander in the temple’s complex with the insightful history telling from your experienced tour guide. Continue to South gate of Angkor Thom: One best-preserved gate of the quadrangle defensive walls of Angkor Thom, once protected the Khmer capital. Climb up and venture on the protection wall towards Prasat Chrung to see the thrilling view of local village: fishing, yellow balloon, thousands of palm trees. Continue to West gate of Angkor Thom: the non-restoration gate, allowing visitors to make the comparison to the best-preserved gate (pre & post restoration). Bayon: a Buddhist temple best known today for the gigantic face sculptures. Stop in Angkor Thom area for healthy & delicious local lunch. Passing by North gate of Angkor Thom to explore the remarkable rainforest with butterflies, flowers and hearing the sound of nature along the way to Preah Khan: temple completely covered in jungle, consists of 4 doors that make it look alike to a mirror reflection. Tanei: an ancient hospital, untouched by archeologist, hiding its beauty in the middle of forest. Lastly, the very impressive Taprom: the centerpiece of King Jayavarman VII’s master plan, also the headquarters of his vast hospital network. Return to town, end of service.
Angkor is an active spiritual site for Buddhists and citizens who engage in daily worship, prayer and meditation. Revealing clothes such as shorts and skirts above the knees and showing bare shoulders are prohibited in sacred palaces. Respectful dress is strongly encouraged in Angkor due to the respects towards our community.
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