Private Battambang Off Beaten Track
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- Private Tour
- Bottle Water
- entrance tickets
- bamboo train ride
- pick up truck, or Motobike
BattambangAfter we meet at the hotel around 7:00 am we will head straight to Battambang province, our journey is about 3 hours will pass Banteay Meanchey's province before we arrive in Battambang. On the road, we will stop if you see something interesting. we have a quick stop by the little store that selling bamboo sticky rice to test then we proceed to Battambang. There are a few unique activities in Battambang such as the French quarter along the Sangke river, a Bamboo train ride, watching bats cave, and seeing a traditional house from 1960.
We could have a nice walk up or could go by pick up truck we also can go up by Motobike. when we get to the top we could see the Buddhist temples, rice field view for hundreds of hectares, seeing the killing cave which Khmer Rouge used for killing peoples in the year 1975 - 1979 ( Khmer Rouge regime ) after our trip on top of Phnum Sampov we will coming down to wait and for the bats coming out from cave after sunset.
Prasat Banan in BattambangBanan temple is the best-preserved of the Khmer temples in Battambang Province. The distinctive five towers of the temple are similar to the much larger and more famous temple of Angkor Wat At the base of the mountain, is a step laterite staircase flanked by nagas. The 11th-century temple was built by King Udayadutyavaranan II son of the king Suryavaraman I despite some looting it is in a considerably better state of repair than Wat Ek Phnom. It was built to pray for god and thank the wish that god help. In this era, they have a strong belief in god. Especially in Hindu.