DAY 1: ONE FULL DAY OUTING We suggest you to leave the hotel early after a civilized breakfast. We shall begin with PSA LEU, the khmer word for big market where is nothing for tourist but photogenic and shock to see how busy, noisy, colorful, smell. Option: visit BAKONG, in the old town of Angkorean, HARIHARALAYA. From here we take a 20mins drive away from the city to the country side where we will see a village of bamboo skyscraper calls KOMPONG PHLUK. Continue by boat some 80mins to reach the floating village CHONG KNEAS,that we could see lifestyle of people along the margin of the great lake Tonle Sap. DAY 2: Morning outing Start the visit with the incomparable TA PROM (AD 1186), the temple looks very much the way most of temples appeared when European explorers stumble upon them. Nature conquering temple. Continue the visit by climbing up steep stairs of Ta KEO AD 1002, The first mountain temple was constructed in the area and employed a lot of huge stone pieces, and left unfinished. It is said the temple was struck by lightening (bad omen), take a quick look at HOSPITAL CHAPEL, and end the morning at KRAVAN, 5 brick towers with nice interior carvings. Afternoon outing ANGKOR THOM was once the largest city in the end of 12th century with about a million inhabitants and Cambodia dominating most of Southeast Asia; it was the statement of the king Jayavarman VII’s absolute control and power. Enter the city to the DEATH GATE and walk along 8m high laterite wall some 600m to VICTORY GATE. By road to begin a visit at Terraces of the ELEPHANT and LEPER KING. Continue to ROYAL ENCLOSURE and passing BAPHOUN to finally reach BAYON in the center of the city. The temple that broke the centuries tradition of the khmers in constructing temple. Sun Set drink at a quiet and beautiful spot we know of. DAY 3: Morning outing Experience an early morning start at a pre-dawn to catch the sunrise over the world largest building ANGKOR WAT AD 1113-1150. The temple covers an area of about 200 hectares. Lotus-shaped towers symbolize the home of gods. As the temple faces west, one believes that it was built as the tomb, west is the direction of death and setting sun. Optionally climbing uphill BAKENG, a natural temple mountain which offers spectacular view. Afternoon outing Travel some 50 mins through the countryside and rice paddies to visit a little gem of BANTEAY SREI AD 967, where the exquisite and abundant detail is more impressive than the mass. The very natural material used a-rose-color sandstone that can be worked like wood. That couldn’t stop in 1923, Mr. Malraux from stealing some pieces. One the way back stop for the visit at BANTEAY SAMRE and PREH RUP BANTEAY SAMRE undated since no inscription was found-unlike other monument in the same style-it is without doubt very close time to Angkor wat, and perhaps a little later.