Day 1: Morning visit the magnificent 12th century Angkor Wat. It is visually, architecturally and artistically breathtaking. Angkor Wat is a massive three-tiered pyramid crowned by five beehive-like towers rising 65 meters from ground level. Suryavarman II constructed Angkor Wat in the form of massive 'temple mountain' dedicated to the Hindu god, Vishnu.
Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant in the Angkor area or back to the hotel for lunch (your own account).
Afternoon start a tour of the temples in Angkor Thom built by Cambodia's great king, Jayavarman VII. An eight-meter high wall encloses this ten square kilometer city, which is encircled by a moat. Stop at the south gate of Angkor Thom for taking some photos of the twenty-meter high gate. Angkor Thom is the last capital of the Khmer Empire, as a fortified city enclosing residences of priests, an official of the palace and military. Temple inside the walls of the city described is Bayon, Baphuon, the Leper King, Preah Palilay, Tep Pranam, and Prasat Sour Prat. The next temples to visit are Baphoun, the Terrace of Elephants and Terrace of Leper King. Return to the hotel after the sunset at Bakheng Mountain.
Day 2: Visit Banteay Srei Temple located twenty-five kilometers north of Angkor Wat This temple is the fabled pink temple of women, so-called because it is made of pink sandstone and considered a tribute to the beauty of women. Its small size, delicate carvings and remarkable state of preservation make Banteay Srey one of everyone's favorite temples. Its Apsara and male and female. Then it will be finished by visit Banteay Samre temple. Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant in the Angkor area (your own account)
Afternoon, head to Ta Phrom, Ta Som, Neak Poan and Preah Khan (built-in late 12th century) by Jayavarman VII dedicated to his father. Preah Khan is a huge, highly deplorable monastic complex. Full of carvings, passages and photo opportunities it originally served as a Buddhist monastery and school, engaging over 1,000 monks. For a short period, it was also the residence of King Jayavarman VII during the reconstruction of his permanent home in Angkor Thom. Preah Khan means "sacred sword".
Day 3: Morning visit temples in Rolous Group. It was the site of the capital of Indravarman I from 877 to 889 AD. The three temples of the Rolous Group, Preah Ko, Bakong and Lo Lei, differ from other early temples in that they are made of brick with carved plaster reliefs. Lunch at local restaurant or back to the hotel for lunch (your own account).
Afternoon, visit a local village and take 1-hour boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake which is an interesting trip including temple (free of admission). Tonle Sap lake is the most important breeding area for many of South-East Asia's rarest water birds. Visit the floating village, fishing farm, and Gecko environmental center. Return to your hotel.