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Remote temple flights involve landing at one or more remote temples with time on the ground at each to explore. We can provide experienced local guides to enhance the experience on request. Choose your flight from the list below or contact us to create your own personalised trip to suit you.

Preah Vihear

Preah Vihear Temple is a Hindu temple predating Angkor Wat by 100 years. Dedicated to the god Shiva and thought to have been constructed in the reign of Suryavarman I. Perched atop a 525-metre cliff in the Dangrek Mountains near to the border of Thailand, the temple offers a commanding view of its surroundings from one of the most spectacular setting of all the temples in Cambodia

Boeng Mealea

Constructed in the early 11th Century by the then King Suryavarman II, this Hindu Temple is spread out over an area of one square kilometer making it one of the larger temples in Cambodia. The temple itself is largely over run with jungle vegetation. Originally built as a Hindu temple, it also contains some Buddhist carvings.

Koh Ker

The temple complex at Koh Ker, northeast of Siem Reap, represents the remnants of the capital of the Khmer Empire from 928 AD. – 944 A.D. under the then King Jayavarman IV and his son Hasavarman II. The Koh Ker site is dominated by Prasat Thom, a 30 meter tall temple mountain raising high above the plain and the surrounding forest. Great views await the visitor at the end of an adventurous climb. Across the site of Koh Ker there are many Prasat or tower sanctuaries, including several Lingas.

Banteay Chhmar

Banteay Chhmar is a historical site which was built between 12th and 13th centuries during the reign of King, Jayavarman VII. There are countless Buddhist images and startling bas-reliefs of Angkorian-era life that signify its importance as a temple complex. For 800 years, the temple has remained mostly undiscovered and untouched. The forces of nature have resulted in overgrowth and collapse.

Preah Khan

Preah Khan is the largest temple enclosure constructed during the Angkorian period, built in the second half of the 12th century by King Jayavarman VII. It was long an important religious site, and some of the structures here date back to the 9th century. Four concentric ramparts subdivide Preah Khan. The outer wall is encircled by a wide moat which today encloses a large tract of jungle. Preah Khan covered an area or 56 hectares and is full of carvings and passages.

Option 01 – Flight Time 0:36min
Siem Reap – Boeng Mealea – Siem Reap

Option 02 – Flight Time 1:06min
Siem Reap – Koh Ker – Boeng Mealea – Siem Reap

Option 03 – Flight Time 1:12min
Siem Reap – Banteay Chhmar – Siem Reap

Option 04 – Flight Time 1:48min
Siem Reap – Preah Vihear – Koh Ker – Siem Reap

Option 05 – Flight Time 1:54 min
Siem Reap – Preah Vihear-Koh Keh-Beong Melea-Seam Reap

Option 06 – Flight Time 2:12 min
Siem Reap – Preah Vihear – Koh Ker – Preah Khan – Siem Reap

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