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3-Day Ten Temples, Museum & Roluos Group Tour

Take your time to see everything the Angkor Archaeological Park has to offer.

Code: 331

Duration: 3 Days

Pick Up Time(s): 8am / 9am

Pick Up: Hotel

1 – 2 PAX


Per Group

3 – 5 PAX


Per Group

6 – 8 PAX


Per Group

+$20 if you want to see the sunrise.

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Tour Overview

First up is the Roluos Group where you will see some of the oldest temples built during the Khmer Empire. The three temples in this area used to form part of an ancient capital city which predates Angkor Wat by a couple of hundred years. Here you’ll get to see Bakong, Lolei, and Preah Ko.

Next, we’ll see one of the highlights of your visit to Siem Reap – Banteay Srei. This unique temple is made from pink sandstone from the quarries in the Kulen Mountain range. It is also home to some intricate carvings which if the legend is true, were carved by women. It’s said that the carvings are too beautiful to have been carved by a man!

Finally, you’ll visit the famous Ta Prohm temple which is commonly known as the Tomb Raider temple. This ancient temple which was once home to many thousands of monks, scholars, and servants, was used as a backdrop in the Lara Croft movie, Tomb Raider. This unique temple is a popular one among visitors because it has largely been left to the elements and the jungle is growing right through the middle of Ta Prohm!

First, we’ll head over to Angkor Wat, the reason why most people come to visit Siem Reap. Angkor Wat attracts over 2 millions visitors per year and is the largest temple built during the Khmer empire.

After exploring the massive Angkor Wat, we’ll head over to Preah Khan. Which is another 12th century temple built by the famous king Jayavarman VII. Unlike many other temples, Preah Khan has been left to the elements. It’s been made safe for visitors, but very little restoration work has taken place here.

Finally, we will visit the majestic Bayon temple. This temple has remnants of Hindu inscriptions as well as both Mahayana and Theravada Buddhist incriptions. It’s a fascinating temple and usually a favourite of most visitors. We’ll spend a few hours exploring all the nooks and crannies of this amazing temple.


On the third and final day, we’ll start the day with Prasat Kravan which is a small 10th century temple which is near Srah Srang baray. The original name of the temple is unknown and Prasat Kravan is the modern name for the temple. The temple was dedicated to Vishnu in 921 AD.

Next is Banteay Kdei which is known as “A Citadel of Chambers” in English. It’s located near to Ta Prohm Temple. It was built in a similar style to Bayon temple and it was built in teh 12th or 13th century by King Jayavarman VII.

We’ll then go to see one of the earlier temples known as East Mebon. This temple was built in the 10th century by King Rajendravarman and it sits in the middle of an artificial reservoir.

Next on the list is Ta Som which is another temple built by the prolific King Jayavarman VII. Similarly to Preah Khan and other temples nearby, Ta Som has been left largely unrestored.

Then a visit Neak Pean temple which means the “Entwined Serpent” in English and it an artificial island located in the middle of Preah Khan Baray. It’s thought that this temple is supposed to represent Anavatapta which is a mythical lake in teh Himalayas which is said to cure all sickness.

Finally, we’ll end with the Angkor National Museum. This interesting journey will explain the highs and lows of ancient Khmer history with the rise and fall of a great empire. This fascinating visit will teach you about the culture and history of the Khmer people.

Tour Highlights


Visit the world-famous Angkor Wat


See the Tomb Raider Temple


Learn Khmer history and culture

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Tour Itinerary

Day 1

  • 8:30am – 10am: Roluos Group
  • 11am – 12pm: Banteay Srei
  • 12pm – 1pm: Lunch
  • 1:30pm – 2:15pm: Pre Rup
  • 2:30pm – 3:30pm: Ta Prohm
  • 4pm: Back to hotel

Day 2

  • 9am – 11am: Angkor Wat
  • 11:30am – 12:30pm: Lunch
  • 1pm – 2pm: Preah Khan
  • 2:30pm – 3:30pm: Bayon
  • 4pm: Back to hotel

Day 3

  • 9am – 9:20am: Prasat Kravan
  • 9:30am – 10am: Banteay Kdei
  • 10:10am – 11am: East Mebon
  • 11:10am – 11:30am: Ta Som
  • 11:40am – 12pm: Neak Pean
  • 12:30pm – 1:30pm: Lunch
  • 1:40pm – 3pm: Angkor National Museum
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Tour Guide

Professional & Experienced Tour guide

Cold Water

You’ll need it in the hot sun!


Vehicle that fits the group size.

Doesn’t Include


Food & Drink

Food & Drink not provided except cold water.

Sunrise Tour

There is an added surcharge to see the sunrise.

Personal Expenses

You are responsible for all your own personal expenses.

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Tour Information

Number of People

1 – 8 people

Pickup & Dropoff

Pickup & Drop off at your hotel or anywhere in Siem Reap.


This tour operates every day of the year

Other Optional Activities

Buffet Dinner with Khmer Traditional Dance at Kulen 2 Restaurant

Cambodian Phare Circus

Quad Bike

Angkor Zip Line

Water Blessing at a Buddhist Monastery

See all attractions.

Visitor Advice

What to Wear You won't be allowed entrance to the temples unless you are wearing clothes which cover your knees and shoulders. Revealing clothes are not allowed inside the temple grounds. Wear light and loose-fitting clothes to help and keep you cool during the hot afternoons. You should also bring a raincoat in the rainy season as rain can break out at any time.

Ticket Costs

Angkor Temple Passes

1 Day = $37 ( in 2022, it can be used for 2 consecutive days)

3 Day = $62 ( in 2022, it can be used for 5 days within 1 week)

7 Day = $72 (must be used within 1 month)

Beng Mealea

Angkor temple pass is required, no need to buy another one.

Koh Ker

$10 per person

Phnom Kulen

$20 per person

Boat Ride

$18 each for group of 1-2 pax, $14 each for bigger group.

Angkor National Museum

$12 per person

Landmine Museum

$5 per person

Banteay Srey Butterfly Centre

$5 per person

Preah Vihear

Ticket = $10 per person. Truck to go up mountain $25 per group.

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