See & Explore Cambodia by Helicopter

Having explored the temples of Angkor from the ground, it’s time to get a bird’s eye perspective of the extent of the temple construction the Angkorians undertook. In the comfort of a privately chartered helicopter we will fly north of Siem Reap town to visit remote temple complexes and take in some breathtaking scenery.

A Exquisite Pink Temple

Our first stop will be the beautiful pink sandstone temple of Banteay Srey, famous for its intricate carvings. At one point during this flight we will be eye-level with the lesser known hilltop temple of Phnom Bok – a truly surreal sight to behold. We will touch down on Phnom Kulen, the birth place and sacred mountain of the Angkorian Empire and what was a conurbation of temples, reservoirs and roads on top of the plateau.

A Trilogy of Mountains

At one point during this flight we will be eye-level with the lesser known hilltop temple of Phnom Bok – a truly surreal sight to behold. We will touch down on Phnom Kulen, the birthplace and sacred mountain of the Angkorian Empire and what was a conurbation of temples, reservoirs and roads on top of the plateau.

A Private Jungle Picnic

Lunch will be served picnic-style in the shade of a remote, hidden temple located amidst lush greenery.

The Lost Wonder

In the afternoon we’ll continue by helicopter on a thrilling ride across the landscape. We soar above the temples and land at the Koh Ker complex, a 10th-century, pyramidical sanctuary. Another wonder we pass above is Beng Mealea, which was once at the center of an ancient highway connecting Angkor to its northwestern outposts.

In the afternoon we’ll continue by helicopter on a thrilling ride across the landscape, soaring above the temples and land at the Koh Ker complex, a 10th-century, pyramidical sanctuary, and Beng Mealea, which was once at the center of an ancient highway connecting Angkor to its northwestern outposts.

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