Rolous Group Temples Tour: Experience Ancient Buddhist Temples and Enjoy a Sunset View
Prasat Bakong
Immerse yourself in the ancient world of the Khmer Empire on the Rolous Group Temples Tour. Explore Buddhist temples, witness stunning sunset views, and experience local village life.
Duration: 8 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
  • Lolei Temple - This temple was built in late 9 centtury (893) by King Yasovarman I with dedicated to his four gods such as grandparents and parents.
  • Preah Ko Temple - It built late 9 century (880) by King Indravarman I. This temple is elegant small brick temple with 6 towers with dedicated to Jayavarman 2 and his wife, Parents and Grandparents.
  • Bakong Temples - This temple is the second capital city after kulen mountain as first Angkor capital city as Khmer empire. It was built in late 9 century (881) by King Indravarman I. With symbolized Mount Meru and dedicated to Shiva god.
  • Phnom Bakheng - It’s built by King Yasovarman I in late 9 century to early 10 century about 907. It’s the first city at Angkor with 109 towers included the main tower on the top. It is very nice for view from the hill.
What's Included
  • 50% of profits support local communities
  • Air-Conditioned Car
  • Hotel Pickup and Drop Off
  • Complimentary Drinking Water and Cold Towels
  • Local English-Speaking Tour Guide
  • Local Meal Included
What's Not Included
  • Temple Entrance Fee
  • Boat Ticket
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities
Additional Information

We embark on a journey to three sacred sites situated in the modern-day Roluos, once the heart of the Khmer Empire before it was briefly relocated to Koh Ker, and eventually, Angkor Thom. Lolei is the northernmost temple within the cluster known as the Roluos Group, constructed in the late 9th century. The trio of temples - Lolei, Preah Ko, and Bakong - were all places of Buddhist worship. At Preah Ko, one can witness the three magnificent towers adorned with stone lions and meticulous carvings. Post lunch, we’ll explore a local village and a market. One can observe the daily life routines of the natives and visit a market that offers reasonably priced souvenirs. Our day concludes at Bakheng Mountain, formed in the early 10th century, offering stunning views of Angkor Wat.

  • Entrance fee for the temples are $37 for a 1-day pass
  • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
  • You are advised not to bring valuables with you on the tour.
  • You must cover your knees and shoulders when entering the temples.
Lolei Temple
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Select Date and Tickets
up to 15 guests
July 2024