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Koh Ker, three hours from Siem Reap, served as the capital of the Khmer empire from 928 to 944, and was built under King Jayavarman IV under whose reign colossal sculptures and lingas were constructed, leading to charges of megalomania. Some of the...more
An ancient capital of the Khmer Empire with an awesome pyramid in its center and dozens of smaller Shiva temples surrounding it - situated in an beautiful forest. It takes a 2 hours and 20 minutes drive from Siem Reap, but the journey really is...More
Koh Ker Temple group is amazing, the awe inspiring pyramid Prasat Thom at the centre took our breath away.
As we entered through the temples entrances and gates we were taking our time, soaking in all the beautiful carvings and lovely buildings. We were taking...More
We came here with Bayon Tours from Siem Reap. The main temple is impressive and the climb to the top is worth it but there are 40 temples scattered around the Koh Ker historic park so there's definitely more to see than just the one....More
Koh Ker is a remote temples area in northern Cambodia about 120 kilometres (75 mi) away from Siem Reap and the ancient site of Angkor. It is a very jungle filled region that is sparsely populated. More than 180 sanctuaries were found in a protected...More
The temple ok for visit due it not as expected as saw in review websites. The place need more well maintain. Do wear long (under knee) attire to visit this temple and the fee entrance is USD10. The tickets counter staffs also did aware us...More
Organized a day for our driver to Koh Ker took around 2 hours to get out to the temple from Siem Reap leaving at around 8am as to avoid traffic.
The Temple has stairs on the side for you to work your way up to...More
The group of this ancient city got several ruins and the special one is Prasat Thom that had similar style to Mayan temples in Central America. Our family really enjoyed this day trip and this wonderful trip happened with wonderful guide Sampho.
Koh Ker is more a collection of temples rather than just one temple. This is very different to Angkor Wat in terms of people, you are of the tourist trail and will have temples pretty much to yourself. Guide and driver is the best way...More