Morning, my private Angkor tour guide and driver will pick you up at your self-booked hotel at around 07:30 am, take you to buy ticket at the ticket office and then escort you to the heart of Phnom Kulen National Park was the place where Jayavarman II had himself declared Chakravartin (God of Kings), an act which is considered the foundation of Khmer Empire. And we will take you to visit Wat Preah Ang Thom is an 8 meter tall statues of the reclining Buddha reaching Nirvana. The statue is carved into a huge sandstone boulder. Preah Ang Thom is the sacred and workshipping god for Phnom Kulen - A Thousand Lingas River which is tributary of Siem Reap River, the sites has many figures of Yoni and Lingas as well as other figures carved into the rocks of the riverbed and banks which may become fully exposed - Waterfalls in Phnom Kulen (First waterfall: 4-5 meter tall and around 25 meter wide during the rainy seasons and Second waterfalls: 15-20 meter tall and around 15 meter wide during the rainy seasons) The size of the waterfalls varies according to the seasons and rain.
Lunch is on your own arrangement and my private tour guide is also glad to provide some recommendations.
Afternoon, we will take you to buy temple ticket and going to visit Beng Mealea is unrestored, and in a fairly ruinonus state, the large temple of Beng Mealea (Lotus Pond) still covered by vegetation and walking into the temple liked Indiana Jonese.
The whole one-day private Angkor and Beng Mealea Tours will come to an end here. The guide and driver will transfer you back to your hotel.
Evening Activities, if you are interested to watch the traditional performance show, Cambodia Phare Circus, Experience Cambodian Cuisine. Please let us know and then we will help you to book good seats and find the best place for you to eat and drink.
Please dress properly cloths for visiting temples, no shorts, no tank tops. Just decent clothing. A T-shirt is OK, a singlet is not. If you wear shorts and T-Shirts make sure they are long enough to be knee length and shoulders covered. No scarf or shawl.