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Stop At: Angkor Friendly Tour, Siem Reap Cambodia
To see the Sunset from 8:00 around the third biggest province which it is collected many historical places around the down town .It is biggest rice storage in Cambodia and most of People are farmer with growing many kinds of plantation. as you know Battambang is second largest town in the 1960s which is embedded a lot of myths and incredible beauties which are fashionable for tourists.
To head to
Ek Phnom as ancient ruin complex across the paper rice with green garden around the houses that we could stop to take photo.Then,we ride on
Cambodian invention lorry or Bamboo train on new rail way around the hill ,rice fields and local gardens .Next, to inspect
Banan temple which is high steep stair mountain temple that is definitely worth a look. At the top are beautiful views of the winding Sangker River set amidst sugar palm trees, rice fields and small villages. To the south you will see a mountain range that features a crocodile shaped mountain. The temple itself is beautiful looking from the ground as well as the top. we relax for lunch in local restaurant for tourists .Last exploration,
Phnom Sampeou means 'Ship mountain' because its peculiar shape reminds of a ship. This legendary 100 metres high mountain, topped by Wat Sampeou, contains 3 natural caves, lined with Buddhist shrines and statues: Pkasla, Lakhaon and Aksopheak. Pkasla cave is full of uprooted stones and is considered important because inhabitants go there to celebrate after a marriage. Some caves were used by the Khmer Rouges as killing caves. Skeletons of their victims still remain in the caves. The wat is approached by a flight of 700 stairs.The views are spectacular such as green paddy rice field, Local houses, plantations and hill ranges.Finally, we drive down to see the two millions bats come out as the black pole to the sky which the spot in Tomb Raider .Lastly back hotel.To discover main famous areas with our guide and driver by Tuk Tuk to fridge up by cold bottles of water.
Duration: 10 hours