Breakfast at hotel.
Visit of South Gate of Angkor Thom: the Bayon temple, the Elephant terrace and the Terrace of the Leper King.
Continue to Ta Prohm temple.
Ta Prohm temple is one of the most beautiful and famous temples in the area, as it have been (almost) untouched since it was discovered
and retains much of its mystery. For all would-be Mouhots and closet Indiana Jones, Ta Prohm is the perfect lost-temple-in-the-jungle: Strangler figs and kapok trees entwine themselves around the ruins of Ta Prohm. Their roots burst apart even the thickest of walls, yet their clinging embrace prevents the walls' collapse.
Lunch on own account.
In the afternoon, visit of Angkor Wat temple.
Angkor Wat, the Cambodia's ancient temple city is one of the wonders of the oriental world. Masterpieces of decorative details as well as of architectural style, its awe-inspiring ruins survive as testament to the spectacular achievements of Southeast Asia's greatest civilization. It is a replica of the universe according to the hindu mythology. It is composed by the Mount Meru, surrounded by the continents and the oceans. Its extraordinary bas-reliefs, describe some Khmer epics and myths. Angkor Wat's five famous towers rise into the sky, a geometrical arrangement of numerous galleries, adorned with relieves and the stone images of celestial Apsara dancers, as well as portals, chambers and courtyards.
Note: During the visit of the Bakan tower of Angkor Wat temple, visitors are required to wear proper attire, covering shoulders and knees as this temple is still considered as a sacred site (no short, miniskirt or short trousers). Children under twelve years old are not allowed to climb up this tower. It will be closed on the Buddhist Sabbath Days, the Buddhist religious days, four days a month in accordance with the Lunar Calendar.
Dinner on own account.
Accommodation at hotel.
Memoire Siem Reap - 1 night