Time Traveler Tour

Travel throughout the Angkor history.

125 USD/TukTuk
21 Temples 3 Days Up to 4 people/TukTuk

Discover the secrets of Angkor

This tour offers you the opportunity to have an historical visit of the temples. From the late 9th to the late 12th centuries, you will travel over 3 centuries of strong Khmer history, discovering how the Angkor history influenced and was influenced by the conquest and religious changes. This tour is designed for those who have never seen Angkor and want to discover all its secrets.

Day 1

Preah Ko

'Temple of the sacred cow', or Preah Ko is a Hindu temple in the far South East of the Angkor Archaeological Park. It was patroned by Indravarman II in the late 9th century and consists of mainly sandstone which has left alot of the carvings un-identifiable.

Bakong

Bakong is another of the 'pyramid-esque' structures from the Angkor Park, but unlike some of the latter structures, Bakong is an early example of using stone (sandstone mainly) for construction as opposed to brick which came in a little later.

Lolei

Lolei is a Hindu island-temple located in the far South-East corner of the Angkor Archaeological Park, part of the Roluos Group of temples in the area. It was constructed by Yasovarman I during the late 9th century and served as a place of worship.

Prasat Kravan

Prasat Kravan is a Hindu temple constructed by Harshavarman I during the early 10th century. Prasat Kravan consists of several red brick towers located South East of Angkor Thom, and contain unique carvings of Vishnu and Lakshmi rendered in brick.

Pre Rup

Pre Rup is a fascinating Hindu site, which consists of an architecturally and artistically advanced temple-mountain. Pre Rup was constructed in the late 10th century during the reign of Rajendravarman II and is located several kilometres East of Angkor Thom.

East Mebon

East Mebon is a Hindu 'temple mountain' constructed in the late 10th century by Rajendravarman in classic Pre Rup Khmer style. East Mebon is located a few km East of Angkor Thom, and boasts three large levels which are crowned by five towers.

Day 2

Banteay Srei

Banteay Srei is the fourth of the 'Banteay' ruins, and like the others is constructed of mainly sandstone which has left it more deteriorated than most of the other ruins in the Angkorian region. However, it keeps some of the most beautiful and finest examples of Angkorian art.

Banteay Samre

Bantay Samre was patroned by Suryavarman II in the style of Angkor Wat, about 5km East of East Mebon. Samre is a relatively flat Hindu temple constructed in the mid 12th century, around the same time as Angkor Wat and is an excellent location to visit within the AAP.

Thommanon

Thommanon is a large sandstone temple structure that stands just outside the Northern end of the East wall of Angkor Thom. It was constructed in the late 11th to the early 12th century under the reign of king Suryavarman II in classic Angkor Wat/Khmer style, and served as a Hindu temple.

Chao Say Tevoda

Chao Say Tevoda is a Hindu temple constructed in the early 12th century by Suryavarman II in typical Angkor Wat Khmer style. This temple boasts many carvings of Hindu and Buddhist origins, and is located just East of the Eastern wall of Angkor Thom.

Ta Keo

Ta Keo is a huge multi-tiered temple-mountain located just East of the walls of Angkor Thom. The Hindu temple was constructed under the reign of king Jayavarman V in the late 10th to early 11th century, and is known as 'the mountain with the golden peaks' due to the rising towers located on the higher tiers.

Preah Khan

Preah Khan, literally meaning 'sacred sword', is a huge complex littered with carvings and passages. It is a favourite for photographers as you can easily spend several hours here before exhausting the different photo opportunities.

Neak Pean

Neak Pean is a Buddhist temple located North-East of the walls of Angkor Thom. It was constructed in the late 12th century by Jayavarman VII, and is one of the most stunning sites of the Angkor Archaeological Park.

Ta Som

Ta Som is a Buddhist affiliated temple constructed in typical Bayon style during the reign of King Jayavarman VII in the late 12th century. It is located in the far North-East corner of the Angkor Archaeological Park. This temple consists of a small plaza-like complex with a few face tower gopuras and carvings throughout.

Day 3

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat is one of the most famous of the ruins in the Angkor Archaeological Park. It is located just 6km North of Siem Reap making it the closest of the major temples to the town, and is also considered to be one of, if not the most breathtaking of all the ruins.

Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom, also known as 'Big Angkor' is a large ancient city within the Angkor Archaeological Park, which was constructed between the 12th and 13th centuries. The city was constructed by the late king Jayavarman VII after he recaptured the Angkorian capital from the Cham invaders.

Bayon

Bayon is an absolutely monolithic Buddhist temple located in central Angkor Thom, being one of the two largest within the walls. ( Angkor Wat being the other) It was constructed in the late 12th century by Jayavarman VII. Bayon is one of the most recognisable of the Angkor ruins, and has had many art pieces based on it.

Baphuon

Baphuon is a large Hindu temple located within the walls of Angkor Thom. It was constructed by Udayadityavarman II in the mid 11th century as the state temple of the time. The temple stands 34m tall, and 120m x 100m at the base.

Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm is a Bayon style jungle temple overgrown and intertwined by large trees, roots and rocks which makes it very visually pleasing. Ta Prohm was a Buddhist affiliated temple and was constructed in the mid 12th to early 12th century under King Jayavarman VII.

Banteay Kdei

Banteay Kdei is a Buddhist temple built in Bayon style, (classic Khmer architectural style) in the Angkor Archeaological Park in Angkor Cambodia. It was built in the late 12th, to early 13th century by Jayavarman VII and is one of the more deteriorated of the Angkor temples, largely due to the fact it was constructed with sandstone as opposed to brick which alot of the latter temples were made out of.

Srah Srang

Srah Srang is a Bhuddist temple constructed in the mid 10th to late 12th century by the king Jayavarman VII. Srah Srang is constructed in Bayon style and is located along the Eastern edge of the Angkor Archaeological Park.

Our Price

Come and join the thrill and excitement of discovering the jewels of Angkor.

3 Day Tour
1-4 People per TukTuk
125 USD/TukTuk
  • Pickup/Dropoff of your choice
  • Water included
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3 Day Tour + Sunrise
1-4 People per TukTuk
130 USD/TukTuk
  • Pickup/Dropoff of your choice
  • Water included
  • Cool BookAngkorTukTuk driver
  • Sunrise at Angkor Wat on Day 3 (early departure!)

Angkor-pass

An additional cost of 62 USD per person is to be expected to get a three-days access to the Angkor site. (learn more) You can get this pass in the evening the day before your booking or in the morning (then our driver will bring you there) :

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