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Koh Ker Jungle Lodge , Koh Ker Village,

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Overview
2 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
14 guests
1 night minimum
Holiday Rental House
Koh Ker Jungle Lodge is a traditionally built, Cambodian stilted house located in the remote village of Kok Ker, in the shadow of Koh Ker temple complex and with a view of the main stunning Pyramid Temple, Prasat Thom. Located 120 kms from Siem Reap, a stay here offers peace and quiet, early nights and ancient Cambodia at your doorstep. Perfect for individuals, couples, groups and families. If you ever wanted to be at one with Cambodia, this is the place. This ancient complex of over 118 temples, established in AD 919, was once the capital of the Khmer Empire in the tenth century. The picture perfect village of Koh Ker with 80 families offers a once in a life time to stay and be part of small, quiet, historic friendly village. ...Koh Ker Jungle Lodge is a traditionally built, Cambodian stilted house located in the remote village of Kok Ker, in the shadow of Koh Ker temple complex and with a view of the main stunning Pyramid Temple, Prasat Thom. Located 120 kms from Siem Reap, a stay here offers peace and quiet, early nights and ancient Cambodia at your doorstep. Perfect for individuals, couples, groups and families. If you ever wanted to be at one with Cambodia, this is the place. This ancient complex of over 118 temples, established in AD 919, was once the capital of the Khmer Empire in the tenth century. The picture perfect village of Koh Ker with 80 families offers a once in a life time to stay and be part of small, quiet, historic friendly village. More
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sheila C
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:November 2014
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We have loved the experience and the opportunity to come closer to the rural cambodian village daily life. The house has all the basic confort needed and is very clean (with fresh white sheets and nice smelling towels). We have been welcomed very nicely by...More

Date of stay: January 2020
Thank zagy2019
Amenities
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: Yes
Kid Friendly: Yes
Staffed Property
Grill
Suitable For Children Under 5
Short Term Rentals (4 Days Or Fewer)
Fishing Nearby
Housekeeping Included
Safe
Towels Provided
Private Garden
Cycling Trips
A Winter Sun Getaway
Hiking Trips
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Balcony
Linens Provided
Terrace
Additional amenities & feature info
Koh er Temple complex is the among the largest concentration of monuments outside Siem Reap.
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Would you recommend this holiday rental to someone who wants to stay in a historic property?YesNoUnsure
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About the neighbourhood
The area is very much rural cambodia, small villages, People clearing the land, based and livingf off the land, increased farming prductions and trying out fo new crops, fertilizers and machinery. There is an excellent flat wide road to Koh Ker and visitors can see local people farmng rice, corn, papara, melons, green peppercorns, pumpkins, casave, red and green peppers, pinapples, mangos.. see those collecting wood to make a hosue to those how alreayd have a hosue to those with houses of brick. you will be ablel to seehow close and far some houses are from fresh water or a well , understand how collecting fireqwood and water is still a important part of the day and how a rural kitchen and really how a khmer house is used. You wil see who peolpe use batteries for light a night and maybe a television.
How to get there
Guests travel by car, minibus, 4WD, small or big motorbike (125 or 250 CC)Travel time is 2.5 hours from Siem Reap . Guests pass by Beng Melea temple and a stop to see this once hunting lodge of Angkor is recommended. Guests see Kulen Mountain on their left as they near Beng Melea , a holy mountain and national park where the Khmer Empire was first established in 802.
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