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Day Trip to Preah Vihear Temple and Koh Ker UNESCO Site from Siem Reap
"Visit the beautiful temple of Preah Vihear a famous UNESCO World Heritage site near the Thai border in Cambodia. You will depart in the morning from Siem Reap and drive to Preah Vihear by private airconditioned car with English speaking driver. On the way you will make a stop at Ta Mok's house. Ta Mok was a Cambodian but in 1962 the International court ruled that it is part of Cambodia. In 2008 the dispute revived but the general agreement is still that Preah Vihear belongs to Cambodia. After visiting the very interesting site of Preah Vihear we drive to Koh Ker the pyramid temple. It is a temple unlike any other temple you will see in Cambodia. Koh Ker used to be the capital of the Khmer empire and is an importsant historic site. You will visit the pyramid temple as well as a few smaller temples in the are""
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Day Trip to Preah Vihear Temple and Koh Ker UNESCO Site from Siem Reap
"Visit the beautiful temple of Preah Vihear a famous UNESCO World Heritage site near the Thai border in Cambodia. You will depart in the morning from Siem Reap and drive to Preah Vihear by private airconditioned car with English speaking driver. On the way you will make a stop at Ta Mok's house. Ta Mok was a Cambodian but in 1962 the International court ruled that it is part of Cambodia. In 2008 the dispute revived but the general agreement is still that Preah Vihear belongs to Cambodia. After visiting the very interesting site of Preah Vihear we drive to Koh Ker the pyramid temple. It is a temple unlike any other temple you will see in Cambodia. Koh Ker used to be the capital of the Khmer empire and is an importsant historic site. You will visit the pyramid temple as well as a few smaller temples in the are""
From $199.00
 
Full Day Koh Ker and Beng Mealea Exploration from Siem Reap
"Interested in jungle-based temples outside Siem Reap where tourism has not yet settled in? Our Koh Ker and Beng Mealea tour brings you deep into the Cambodian countryside and back in time. A region where one still can find remote villages and pristine forests where deer freely roam around. Both temple ruins are quite unique to say the least so those with a sense of adventure and looking for a day trip away from the Angkor temples may have just foun past rice paddy fields and local villages to Beng Mealea temple. Beng Mealea “Lotus Pond” Temple from the early 11th Century was built by Suryavarman II as a Hindu Temple.  Beng Mealea is a temple hidden in a maze of jungle - if there is one temple it is Beng Mealea.  Clambering over large sandstone blocks to reach the inner sanctuary and eerie worship corridor is an exploration to remember.  Architecturally Beng Mealea is noted for its innovative in its time construction of hallways
From $141.00

More Things to Do in Champasak

A comic book, mystery place.

This tip concerns the amazing Wat Phou (also rendered Wat Phu / Pou) and it would be easy to run out of superlatives very quickly when trying to describe it. In my life I have been priveleged enough...
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planxty
Jun 27, 2011

A comic book, mystery place (2).

Well, this is a VT first for me. I have written so much in the main text box, I have exceeded the 10,000 character limit, so I will need to spread this over two tips. I make no apologies, the place...
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planxty
Feb 18, 2010

Wat Phu

The Angkor-period ruins. One of world heritage site by UNESCO.I went to the historical site "Wat Phu" by mortorbike and take a boat cross the river, starting from Pakse to KM 30 and then follow the...
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Pat_Bangkok
Dec 16, 2007

Old shophouse in Champasak

Champasak used to be an important commercial city in the past. So you can see some shophouses along the main street pararelled with river. Nowaday, the main city have moved to Pakse,so almost...
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pattayaraj
Jun 01, 2006

Former palace of Champasak kingdom 1

This palace used to be the palace of Chao Raja danai (Father of Chao Boon Oum) ,King of Champasak. For now, the King's relative 's still live here. The building was built in Colonial style with big...
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pattayaraj
Jun 01, 2006

Thong temple

This temple used to be the royal temple for Champasak Kingdom.The main building of this temple called Sim where monks do religious activities. This Sim built in old Laos style with arched and veranda...
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pattayaraj
Nov 23, 2005
 
 
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Old temple

On the way to Vat Phou, I found one old temple where the main building 's running down. I 'm interested in the style of building and hopefully,it'll alive till next time I visit.
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pattayaraj
Jun 01, 2006

Mountain behide Champasak city

Actually,I don't know the name of that mountain ranges.It 's behide the Champasak city. But it was a good scenery which I shouldn't missed to take the shots of its.
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pattayaraj
Jun 01, 2006

Laos Traditional house in Champasak

On the way to Vat Phou, I found some Laos Traditional houses which built from wood. All attracted me to take so many shots on them.
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pattayaraj
Jun 01, 2006

Former palace of Champasak kingdom 2

Another palace in Champasak,it used to be a palace of Chao Boon Oom (younger brother of King Boon Oum of Champasak). The building 's the white building located not so far from the first one.
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pattayaraj
Jun 01, 2006

Ubosot and Viharn at Vat Thong

The Ubosot and Viharn in Vat Thong 're interesting buildings. It decorated with stuccos in laos style.
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pattayaraj
Jun 01, 2006

Top 5 Champasak Writers

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pattayaraj

"Champasak"
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planxty

"Site of a wonderful site."
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Pat_Bangkok

"Champasak"
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AndIDream

"Wat Phu in Champasak"
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Ric

"Champasak/Pakse: old southern capital of Laos"
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