Angkor Gondola Boat offering with Sunny Lunch or Dinner are available on your requested,
Spend time with us on our boat to get many choice that you wanted.
Pick up from hotel in Siem Reap at any time from 09:00 am to 02:00 pm
Pick up from hotel in Siem Reap at between 04:00 pm to 04:30 pm
– Pich up and Drop off at Hotel in Siem Reap
– USD15 Per Person
– Transportation: Toyato Lexus RX300, High Lander, Alphard, Hyundai H1, Hyundai Starex and Similar
You will pay for this service at the meeting point before departure.
Standard Boat:………………………..US$ 60.00 per person
VIP Boat:………………………………….US$ 135.00 per couple
Standard Boat:………………………..US$ 65.00 per person
VIP Boat:………………………………….US$ 140.00 per couple
All the tourist want to do the Angkor Gondola Boat Tour have to have the Valid Ticket of Temples, because the Angkor Gondola Boat is in the Angkor Park.
One Day: USD37
Three Days: USD62
Seven Days: USD72
The Khmer term “Chrung” (pronounced “tshrong”) means “corner” or “angle”. That’s the name of the location, the four corners of the city walls of Angkor Thom. Thus, Prasat Chrung is not one temple, but four, and they are in more than three kilometres distance from each other. Nevertheless, the shared name makes sense as the temples are similar in design, too. All of them are simple Prasat towers on a cruciform ground plan and open to the east, the two Prasat Chrungs on the eastern city wall have additional entrances to the west. The walls are decorated in the Bayon style of Angkor Thom, for example with female divine beings called Devatas in niches.
The Prasat Chrung temples were dedicated to the Bodhisattva Lokeshvara (Avalokiteshvara), the same Mahayana saviour to whom the central Bayon temple of Angkor Thom was dedicated.
A visit of a Prasat Chrung temple requires a 1.5 km walk or bicycle ride on the city walls, 3 km up and down, this is why Prasat Chrung is untouristed and pretty charming. The most interesting of the four Prasat Chrung locations is at the southeastern corner of Angkor Thom, as already mentioned. There is no optimal time for visiting it.
We are far from fully understanding the purely functional aspects of the city. An ancient water outlet, known as Run Tadev, is still in use today at the southwestern corner of the enclosure wall. We do not know if the nearby rectangular reservoir, Beng Thom, or the pond known as Trapeang Daun Meas in the northwestern quadrant of the Royal Palace, existed in ancient times.
Is located in the West of Angkor Thom gate. All guests can depart from this port visit the wall of Angkor Thom with listen our romantic traditional music and histories. We will stopover at Prasat Chrung visit Tadev Hole and temple then will leave to the Prasat Bey Port.