KAMPONG THOM TOUR ITINERARY
TRIP PICKS UP FROM SIEM REAP
SIEM REAP – SAMBO PREIKUK TOUR – BACK TO SIEM REAP
MORNING Pick up from lobby at 8:00am in SIEM REAP
- 8:00am – 11:30am (3h and 30mn) : Drive from SIEM REAP – SAMBO PREIKUK in 167km on the national street N:6 and N:62
- 11:30am – 12:30pm (1h): BREAK FOR LUNCH
- 12:30pm – 3:30pm (3h) : VISIT: SAMBO PREYKUK ( GROUP N: PRASAT SAMBOR – GROUP S: PRASAT YEAY PUON – GROUP C: PRASAT BORAM or PRASAT TAO or LIONS’ TEMPLE.
- 3:30pm – 7:00pm (3h and 30mn): Drive back to SIEM REAP in 167km on the national street N:6.
- DROP TO YOUR HOTEL END.
NOTE: WE ARE FLEXIBLE! WE DON’T LIMIT THE TIME FOR YOUR TRIP, THE TIME IS ESTIMATION ONLY, IT BASES ON OUR EXPERIANCE!
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SAMBO PREIKUK TOUR PRICE
PICKS UP FROM SIEM REAP
Transportation by private Ac car and Mini Van
|Car Suv||Van 12 Seaters||Van 15 Seaters|
Per Car 1-4 persons
Per Van 1-8 persons
Per Van 1-12 persons
- Driver food and accommodation
- Parking fees/ tolls
- Cool waters and towels
- All entrance fees pay by your own account
- Your meals and hotel pay by your own account
- English speaking tour guide (if you need professional English tour guide please inform to us we will arrange with driver for you)
KAMPONG THOM ATTRAFCTIONS
Kampong Thom (Khmer: ខេត្តកំពង់ធំ, Kâmpŭng Thum, lit. ‘Great Port’) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Siem Reap to the northwest, Preah Vihear to the north, Stung Treng to the northeast, Kratie to the east, Kampong Cham, Kampong Chhnang to the south, and the Tonle Sap to the west. The provincial capital is Stung Saen, a town of approximately 30,000 people on the banks of the Stung Sen River. Kampong Thom is Cambodia’s second largest province by area. There are a number of significant Angkorian sites in the area, including Prasat Sambor Prei Kuk and Prasat Andet temples. As one of the nine provinces bordering Tonle Sap Lake, Kampong Thom is part of the Tonlé Sap Biosphere Reserve.
Sambor Prei Kuk (Khmer: ប្រាសាទសំបូរព្រៃគុហ៍, Prasat Sâmbor Prei Kŭ) is an archaeological site in Cambodia located in Kampong Thom Province, 30 km (19 mi) north of Kampong Thom, the provincial capital, 176 km (109 mi) east of Angkor and 206 km (128 mi) north of Phnom Penh. The now ruined complex dates back to the Pre-Angkorian Chenla Kingdom (late 6th to 9th century), established by king Isanavarman I as central royal sanctuary and capital, known then as Isanapura (Khmer: ឦសានបុរៈ – Isan borak). In 2017, Sambor Prei Kuk was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located on the Eastern bank of the Tonle Sap lake, close to the Steung Saen River, the central part of Sambor Prei Kuk is divided into three main groups. Each group has a square layout surrounded by a brick wall. The structures of the overall archaeological area were constructed at variable times: the southern and north groups (7th century) by Isanavarman I, who is considered a possible founder of the city. and the central group (later date). The buildings of Sambor Prei Kuk are characteristic of the Pre-Angkorean period with a simple external plan. The principal material is brick, but sandstone is also used for certain structures. Architectural features include numerous prasats, octagonal towers, shiva lingams and yonis, ponds and reservoirs, and lion sculptures. Sambor Prei Kuk is located amidst mature sub-tropical forests with limited undergrowth. The area has been mined and could still contain unexploded ordnance.
Prasat Sambor (ប្រាសាទសំបូរ) is considered the main temple and it dates from the 7th century. It was dedicated to one of the reincarnations of Shiva known as Gambhireshvara (from Sanskrit गम्भीर – gambhir, profound, deep, solemn – and शिव, shvara, Shiva, Śiva, The Auspicious One).
Prasat Yeah Puon (ប្រាសាទយាយព័ន្ធ) includes 22 sanctuaries dated from the 7th century (600 – 635 AD) during the reign of Isanavarman I in dedication to Shiva.
It is occupied by the Central Sanctuary or Prasat Boram (ប្រាសាទបុរាម) with lion sculptures that had inspired the popular name of Prasat Tao (The Lions’ Temple). It is, however, the newest group dating the 9th century. The other main feature is the Tower of Ashram Issey, but there were also other constructions (18 temples) now in ruined (Palmer, 2011).