The ancient ruins of Beng Melea is a forgotten & lost jungle temple in the outskirts of the Angkor Complex. Some say it may have been a prototype for the centerpiece & most popular of the empire - the Angkor Wat.
The actual history of the temple remains a mystery, although it is thought to have been built in the 12th century.
Completely overgrown by jungle, the temple gives off an abandoned aura. Wend your way over piles of elaborately chiselled blocks of sandstone, through long unlighted chambers & between hanging vines to discover stunning carvings & a carefully preserved library located somewhere in the northeast side.
There is an ancient road that connects Angkor Thom & Preah Khan called the route 66 & some adventurers go through this & ten unmaintained bridges to get to the Preah Khan Temple. This way is not however recommended for first time travelers & will require carefully navigation even with a local guide.
- • Lunch
- • English speaking guide
- • Transfers by air-conditioned vehicle
- • Service charge & current government VAT
- • Tips & gratuities at your discretion
- • Pick up is at 8 AM
- • Please wear comfortable clothes & shoes
- • Pick up time may be adjusted for your convenience
- • Pick up & drop off is at hotels located within the town centre. Surcharge applies for all other locations
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