Back to the 9th century - Rolous group temples

The Roluos Group of Temples is the 9th-century group of temples named after the nearby town of Roluos in Angkor. You can find them to the east of Siem Reap, along National Highway No. 6, southeast of the main Angkor Wat site.

This group of ancient structures are what remains of Hariharalaya, the first important capital of the Khmer Empire. It was the Khmer capital for more than 70 years under 4 kings.

The Roluos Group of temples includes Prah Ko, Bakong, Lolei, plus a baray (ancient Khmer reservoir). Bakong Temple interestingly features a 5-tiered pyramid-shaped structure, which is in the best shape of the 3 temples. There are stone stairways balustraded with stone lions leading up to the main sanctuary at the top. It also contains 8 small sanctuaries around the base of the temple, which are architecturally similar to other temples of Angkor.

4 seats car with driver (2–3 persons) 40 US$ per day
Tuk Tuk with driver 20 US$ per day
12 or 15 seats minivan with driver (3 –8 persons) 50 US$ per day
English/French tour guide 45 US$ per day
Service is available from 7:am to 5:pm. Supplement charge for sunrise or sunset, 35 US$ for your whole party and not per person. Temples pass does not included.
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Time : Recommended starting time at 07:00AM.
Duration: 6 hours with distance: 33km round trip.
Tips: covering clothing for both men and women is required to visit Angkor Thom. Bring comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and mosquito repellent.
Temple pass: to be purchasing directly at ticketing office, 1 day = 37$ per person, 3 days 62 US$ per person, and one week 72 US$ per person. Below 12 year old free entry fee.

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