|Kampong Thom, Cambodia||8 hours||Private Excursion|
After breakfast departure to the northwest of Cambodia. Stop in Skun, the town of "fried spiders," then takes place then a detour on a road that leads from thick vegetation and wood houses, the sanctuary of Nokor Kuk, the eleventh-century Khmer temple in perfect condition. Moving at the Phnom Santuk, where skilled carvers work the sacred sand, we reach Kampong Thom.
Visit the important archaeological site of Sambor Prei Kuk, the ancient capital city of the kingdom of Cenla Isanapura in the seventh century. It's a vast archaeological area surrounded by woods and still little frequented by tourists. The ancient city are dozens and dozens of prasat brick around which nature seems to have wrapped up its protective mantle. As a classic beauty is the great monastery complex of Poan Yeay, the so-called Group South as incredible is the suggestion that emanates from the solitary and enigmatic Asram Chrey Prasat Moha Rsi. Overnight in KampongThom.