After breakfast at 8:30 am you will visit Phnom Chiso it has distance approximately sixty-five km from the Phnom Penh city.
Phnom Chisor is a historical site located in Sla village, Rovieng commune, Samrong district about 65 kilometers south of Phnom Penh or 27 km North of Takeo province.
The temple was built in the early 11th century by king Suryavarman I (AD 1002-1050), who practiced Brahmanism. Constructed of sandstone and other stones, it is 60 meters long and 50 meters wide and sits atop a mountain. The temple is surrounded by two galleries. The first gallery is 60 meters long on each side. The second, smaller gallery, is in the middle where there is the main worship place with two doors and one wooden statue. There are beautiful sculptures on the lintel and the pillars.
In addition, there is a mountain cave Vimean Chan, located about 150 m south of the temple. It is a quiet place for Brahmanism or ascetics to meditate. During the American’s war with Vietnamese, the site was bombed, dislodging several large rocks that blocked the entrance to the cave today.
After this, you will continue to see Chung EK of killing Field.
In addition to Toul Sleng, there is another place where Khmer Rouge killed people. That site is in Wat Cheung Ek, about 18 kilometers from the center of Phnom Penh. Customers to the killing field can walk among 86 mass graves where hundreds of men, women, children, and infants were buried. Nearby is a massive stupa that holds skulls and bones unearthed at that location, as well as pieces of clothing. According to statistics, 8985 dead bodies were unearthed from the mass graves in the Chung Ek area.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT TO SEE?
• Phnom Chi-so Ancient Temple
• Chung Ek of Killing Fields.
We offer you an excellent air conditioning car with professional and speaking English driver.
Touring price is 75 US D.