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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Preah Khan big site has fewer tourists than some other temple sites, for some reason, and your guide may chose to include it in your mix of visits.

Thank JohnInItaly
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Preah Khan is every bit as impressive as the more famous Ta Prohm but with a fraction of the crowd. There were maybe about 20 people here but spread out across the complex, you almost felt like you had it to yourself. I loved it...More

Thank chuckymustdie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This's a somewhat less crowded temple. Additionally, it has several of the strangler trees which are there at Ta Prohm. We noticed it late in the evening when the glow was flawless, and we have much less crowds only at that moment. In reality, there...More

Thank Mickey F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Definitely worth a visit as it is not very popular with lot tourists. I would rate this place above Angkor Watt. I love the sighting of those monstrous trees with roots draping over the stone walls.

Thank hathanhh2018
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Preah Khan, another temple at northeast of Angkor Thom, built in the 12th century for King Jayaraman to honour his father. It is less crowded and less visited. Originally temple served both as a religious university and a temple as per the Guide. Big Temple...More

Thank sorabh
Reviewed 7 June 2018

This is the last temple i stopped by after 2days around the Angkor Archaeological Site. I really wish i have more time to explore but it started to rain heavily when i was half way through. It was less crowded, and lots to see and...More

Thank Jennifer L
Reviewed 4 June 2018

We visited this place as an afterthought on the last day. And am glad I did. Not as crowded as other spots it is a wonderful in its own way. One has to walk through many small passageways and it is quite an enjoyable experience...More

Thank Sharath Ram S
Reviewed 2 June 2018 via mobile

This was the first stop on our 7:30 am cycling tour and it was fabulous. This sight has so many beautiful places to see and I was really amazed by the natural beauty. Every tour guide will remind you this was where they filmed Lara...More

Thank D0nly1
Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

Preah Khan offers more photo opportunities than any temple in Siem Reap in my opinion. I just couldn't get enough of this place. It's stunning architecture, trees, and grounds are sure to fill anyone and everyone with awe.

Thank Brett B
Reviewed 28 May 2018

A stunning ancient stone complex that resembles a maze surrounded by thick jungle. Intricate carvings are everywhere, intriguing viewers from every possible angle. A feast to the eyes. Highly recommended.

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Response from CALPerth | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I hired the Tuk Tuk driver Mr Tivea from my hotel that picked me up from the airport.. for $30US I had him take me out to Banteay Srei ( about 40 km out of siem reap) visiting Preah Roup on the way and then East Baray... More
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Bevb13_13
7 February 2016|
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Response from Julie G | Reviewed this property |
When we were there, they closed at 5.00 & are open daily. You'll find that your Tuk Tuk driver or taxi driver will know what the hours are for all of them. They will also know what time to go to avoid the bus loads of... More
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