Neak Pean, a small temple next to an artificial lake, is believed to represent the mythical lake Anavatapta with its water possessing therapeutic properties.
Ta Prohm, dating back to the 12th century, is characterized by its vine-covered ruins hidden within the lush Cambodian jungle, with Sanskrit inscriptions narrating its history.
Koh Ker served as the capital of ancient Cambodia from AD 928 to AD 944, dedicated to the deity of joy and nestled in the northern Cambodian jungle.
Beng Mealea, also known as Boeng Mealea, offers an ancient temple experience amidst the Cambodian jungle, perfect for jungle adventurers.
The temple of Angkor Wat features five towers mirroring Mount Meru's peaks, symbolizing a cosmic link with surrounding mountain ranges and the sea.
Banteay Srei, a renowned Khmer art masterpiece from the 10th century, depicts Hindu mythical events and is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Constructed by King Jayavarman VII in the 12th century, Preah Khan attracts both Buddhist and Hindu visitors, denoting 'Holy Sword' in Arabic.