Koh Ker and Beng Mealea Tour


Discover the furthest and less crowded temples of Koh Ker and Beng Mealea!


Hotel Pick-up: 8:00am

Departure: 8:30am

Start off your day off by a 40km comfortable ride in one of our A/C cars up to the the wild and overgrown Beng Mealea temple. Next up, Koh Ker Temple is abandoned to the forests of the north of Siem Reap, ancient capital of the Angkorian empire (from AD 928 to AD 944).

You’ll be hungry after that long drive, so settle into one of the restaurants nearby, and dig into some traditional Cambodian curries, soups and stir-fries.

Temples Visited:

  • Beng Mealea
  • Koh Ker


Dress Appropriately!
Respect the ancient religious grounds when you visit them. Wear a shirt that can cover your shoulders, and trousers or knee-length pants or skirts are permitted.

Shared tour includes:

  • Pick-up & Drop-off at your Hotel
  • Van/Mini Bus
  • English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Cold Drinking Water & Cold Towels

Shared tour excludes:

  • Temple Pass (extra)
  • Meal

Private tour includes:

  • Pick-up & Drop-off at Hotel
  • Transportation with driver 
  • Cold Drinking Water & Cold Towels

Private tour excludes:

  • Temple Pass (extra)
  • English Speaking Tour Guide (extra)
  • Meal

How we roll?

Please note that if you wish to book a tour for the same day or next day please call us directly +855-63 21 21 21 to be sure we have available seats for you. These contact forms are only for booking inquiries after 24hours minimum.

  1. First select either a shared tour with a guide, or a private tour with or without an optional tour guide.
  2. Fill in the contact form fields as detailed as possible (if you have missing information such as the hotel/room details, don’t worry you can send us an email later at booking@siemreapshuttle.com).
  3. You will receive a confirmation email within 24hours. If not please contact us directly at booking@siemreapshuttle.com.
  4. The day of your tour you will pay the amount in cash to the driver or at the office.

See our How We Roll page to learn about the general rules of thumb for visiting the temples. We encourage all of our guests to follow these rules, as they are enforced by the authorities and we cannot make exceptions.