- Hop inside a real tuk-tuk, an iconic vehicle from Cambodia which can seat up to four people!
- Travel 40km to Beng Mealea Temple, a wild and overgrown temple built in the middle of the 12th century
- Dubbed as the "Indiana Jones Temple", Beng Mealea is famed for its beautiful and mysterious layout
- Roam around the 12th century temple, enclosed in a moat and surrounded by an untamed jungle
Discover the wonders of Cambodia's unique culture and travel back in time to the Angkor period with this one-day tour of Siem Reap by tuk-tuk. Get picked up at your hotel in the morning, then proceed to the nearby ticket station to purchase your Angkore Passes. Once everyone in the party has their pass, you'll hop inside your very own tuk-tuk which can seat up to four people, then travel to Beng Mealea Temple, located only 1.5 hours away. Though it was initially very difficult to reach, a road that was recently constructed has made the area easily-accessible via tuk-tuk. During the ride, sit back and relax as you take in the sight of the city's day-to-day activities, with the locals bustling about. When you arrive at the temple, take in the stunning sight of the sandstone structure, which has been taken over by the surrounding wilderness. With its mounds of rubble from fallen buildings, as well as the massive trees that are growing on the walls of the temple itself, it's easy to understand why Beng Mealea is dubbed as the "Indiana Jones Temple." Spend some time walking around the area and checking out the well-preserved serpent heads by the entrance, as well as trying to locate where the fallen library is, before you go inside the actual temple to see the structures hidden in the darkness (pro tip: bring a flashlight!) After you're done exploring the temple, you'll take a quick break for lunch, at your own expense, then travel back to your accommodation via tuk-tuk.