- Step inside an authentic tuk-tuk, a four-wheeled vehicle from Cambodia that can seat up to four people
- Visit Phnom Krom Temple, located just 12 kilometers south of Siem Reap, which dates back to the 9th century
- Marvel at the magnificent, panoramic views of the Tonle Sap and Siem Reap's countryside
- Explore the contents of the temple, originally created for Hindu Trimurti (Trinity): deities Shiva, Vishnu, and Brahm
Dating all the way back to the late 9th or early 10th century, Cambodia's Phnom Krom Temple is known as one of the best places to visit for travelers looking for a couple of hours of peace and tranquility. Enjoy a fun-filled day of exploring one of the hidden temples of Siem Reap with this one day tour by tuk-tuk, which can seat up to four people! In the morning, you'll get picked up at your hotel, then immediately make your way toward the temple, taking in the sight of the local residents milling about and performing their day-to-day routines on the way. Once you arrive at the foot of the hill, you'll hike up for a few minutes, so make sure you're wearing comfortable clothes and a sturdy pair of shoes! At the top, you'll get uninterrupted views of the nearby Tonle Sap Lake, with its floating villages, and the lush greenery of Siem Reap's countryside. Check out the leftover ruins of the Phnom Krom Temple, with three sandstone towers dedicated to the HIndu gods Vishnu, Shiva, and Brahma. Due to its orientation to the East, the temple is best visited in the morning, which allows you to imagine how the people back then would watch the sunrise from the top of the hill. After some time, you'll make your way down the hill and enjoy a tasty lunch, at your own expense, before you get dropped off back at your accommodation.