It got a great view from the mountain, the temples are beautiful. we had to hire a 4 Wheel drive truck (25usd) to go up, which I felt a bit expensive.
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This was a few hours drive out of Siem Riep but one of the best locations we went to. 4 wheel drive takes you to the TOP of the mountain on the Thai border. Fantastic temple ruins and panoramas, still fortified following the Thai efforts...More
One of the best experiences in Cambodia, the temple can only be reached with a steep road with 4x4 vehicles you must rent at the base of the temple. You will enjoy great landscapes from the top towards the surrounding plains.
Preah Vihear Temple (Khmer: ប្រាសាទព្រះវិហារ Prasat Preah Vihea) is an ancient Hindu temple built during the period of the Khmer Empire, that is situated atop a 525-metre (1,722 ft) cliff in the Dângrêk Mountains, in the Preah Vihear province, Cambodia. In 1962, following a lengthy...More
I took a van with some friends to this beautiful, recently contested over, Wat on the boarder with Thailand it is now a peaceful and tranquil travel destination. The temple itself is a long narrow complex, I am no expert but I have seen most...More
The jewel in this province's crown along the Thai border is undoubtedly the world heritage listed, 11th century Preah Vihear Temple. A Hindu-dedicated temple, it faces out over a mountain bluff to fabulous views across Thailand and Cambodia. The temple is a highly culturally significant...More
Preah Vihear temple lying on the top of the Dangrek Mountain Range is a mountain temple for Hinduism. It's view is fantastic where you can see both countries Cambodia and Thailand. This temple was built by at least 4 kings by taking about 300 year...More
This temple is great to visit. The ruins are interesting and fairly large, allowing for a lot of exploration, and the view is spectacular. The chance to see the countryside on both the Thai and Cambodian sides of the border is fantastic. The journey to...More
We have been here three times before, always from the Thai side, but this year we were told the border was closed so we decided to go by the Cambodian route. It's quite inconvenient, but we ended up with a private 4x4 operator, which was...More