Morning Start at 08h00

Visting Neak Pean temple and Preah Khan Temple. (Preah Khan built in the 12th century was one of Jayavarman VII’s largest projects dedicated to his father).

Preah Khan built in the 12th century was one of Jayavarman VII’s largest projects dedicated to his father. Preah khan was much more than a temple with over 1,000 teachers it appears also to have been a Buddhist university as well as a considerable city. Preah Khan is located on the western edge of its own long baray, the Jayatataka, and a terraced landing stage at the end of the temples W-E axis access to the lake with a moat surrounding the city.

Preah-Khan

Neak Pean is a collection of five pounds in the middle of the reservoir Jayatataka, The main made 70m-square pound surrounded by four smaller pounds.

Peak Nean Temple, Siem Reap

Afternoon Start at 15h00

Visit old market ( Phsar Chas) is located in the former French Quarter close to the Pub Street and the numerous western bar and restaurant in this part of the town. Visit the Tonlé Sap Lake: with well over 5000 people living in over 1300 houseboats. After visit the Artisans D’angkor Help young Cambodian artisans to find work in their home villages and provide them with a trade and role in society. In this way, Artisans d’Angkor offers professional, economic and social integration. Program in stone sculpture, wood carving and silk painting. They will join Artisans d’Angkor at the completion of their training.

Phsar-Chas Siem Reap

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