Koh Ker Temple, Preah Vihear Province
Categories: Ruins, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Abandoned and undiscovered for over a thousand years, Koh Ker Temple remains part of one of Cambodia's most remote temple complexes. Inscriptions dating back to 932 CE have been found here, scattered across 42 major structures within the complex. The most notable landmark is Prasat Krahom, known for its red bricks. Don't wander off without a guide, as land mines continue to present a danger in the surrounding forests. To visit Koh Ker Temple on your trip to Preah Vihear Province, use our Preah Vihear Province vacation planner.
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I was fortunate to visit this during the rainy season but on a clear day. So there were no tourists other than a few local visitors and the place was quite serene. The long climb up to the top of the ... read more »
We had our own wheels and came from Krong Preah Vihear and visited in low season which meant we had a few hours with the temples to ourselves before tours from Siem Reap arrived. Will these temples be... read more »
Probably worth doing bundled with Beng Melea, though I don't think it's great value for money, transport and entry, and far, so if I missed out I wouldn't have minded. I quite liked the linga temples.... read more »
Beautiful pyramid-like temple with an amazing view! Definitely worth a visit
When you get up to the top the view is spectacular.
Very good temple , Amaze
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