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On my third day with my tul tuk driver I had done all the temples in the main group and as I prefer... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Rotherham, United Kingdom
Off the beaten track...

Far removed from the crowds of Angkor Wat, this temple is hidden in a side street of route 66. Once... read more

Reviewed 26 January 2017
Hong Kong, China
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4 weeks ago
26 Jan 2017
“Off the beaten track...”
Road 99, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

On my third day with my tul tuk driver I had done all the temples in the main group and as I prefer the quiet unrestored ones my driver told me he had heard of this one,he said he had not been but would try...More

Thank scubacol11
Reviewed 26 January 2017

Far removed from the crowds of Angkor Wat, this temple is hidden in a side street of route 66. Once you are there, you can scramble across the stones at your leisure or just walk around the perimeter wall. There is also a Pagoda on...More

1  Thank hk7007
Reviewed 21 May 2016

We went to Chau Srei Vibol by tuktuk and it took around an hour to arrive. Chau Srei Vibol is a large site. It is in a ruined state but it is impressive. It is worth making the effort to visit it. You will most...More

Thank MidcoVincent
Reviewed 12 December 2014

I went this afternoon via tuk tuk, even my driver hadn't been there before but the journey is made easier by improved roads and the locals were amused at being asked directions! The first thing you see is a badly ruined and leaning border wall...More

2  Thank PutneySW
Reviewed 26 December 2013 via mobile

If you like to escape form the mass tours, take a transport to Chaw Srei Vibol Temple. This temple is nearly broken apart and stands there in his last beauty. Nature is taking back this place and brings a special beauty and soul to this...More

1  Thank thomas-mueller-zrh
Reviewed 11 April 2013

We went to Chau Srei Vibol with the Sabai cycle tours and it is an absolutely stunning temple and the best was we had it for ourselves. At the temple is also a nice little Pagoda with the monks and playing kids!

2  Thank DanielaK50
Reviewed 3 March 2013

Chau Srei Vibol is definitely worth a visit, even though I must admit it is easier to do in a car than in a tuktuk. The school nearby is an attraction itself, with scores of playing children jumping each other to get their picture taken.

Thank René M
Reviewed 22 December 2012

Chau Srei Vibol is temple not frequented by tourists. It is located in an area between Phnom Bok to the north and the Roluos Group to the south. Disclaimer: I went there by tuktuk and my tuktuk driver knew the way to the temple. He...More

3  Thank Keith Michael V
Reviewed 20 December 2012

Went to this temple with a guided tour. Sabai Moto Adventures, otherwise its very hard to get there. heard of some tourists that not even the tuk tuk drivers knew there it is. If you get a chance to go there, definitely do it! there...More

1  Thank thomschn1980
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