Bonteay Chmar and Bonteay Toap private tour


Siem Reap



9 hours

group size

1 - 8 Pax


1 - 99 Years Old

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Enjoy a full day excursion with your tour guide to explore the crumbling 12th-century temple of Banteay Chhmar and Bonteay Toap are as mysterious as it is inaccessible, situates amidst jungle, very rare that not many tourists come to explore the site due to its infamous specialty and visit the ruined Banteay Toap temple “Fortress of Army”Banteay Chhmar temple has been called the “second Angkor Wat” and was constructed by King Jayavarman VII.



  • Private full day tours from Siem Reap with professional English speaking guide
  • Informative commentary of Cambodia’s past from an insightful personal guide
  • Snap photos of the famous destination of Banteay Chhmar, Banteay Toap Temple
  • Travel by private comfortable air-con vehicle



Early morning your tour guide and driver will pick up you at hotel, then drive out to visit Banteay Chhmar was one of the most extensive architectural undertakings Jayavarman VII built in a politically sensitive region in the final years of his reign. Then continue to visit Banteay Toap Temple is a fascinating and interesting temple site. The name is thought to mean ‘Fortress of the Army’ and it was built during the same period as the Banteay Chhmar temple complex. It is believed to have been built as a tribute to the Khmer army for their defeat of the Cham army leading to Khmer control of the region and after that transfer back to hotel in Siem Reap.


  • Transportation
  • English speaking guide
  • Cool drinking water & towel
  • Food and Beverage
  • Entrance fees of Temples
  • Personal expenses not mentioned in itinerary
  • Tipping for guide, driver and bell boy, etc.

More information

  • What to WearThe sandy soil on the steps of the temples can create quite a slip hazard. We strongly suggest you wear sturdy footwear.Appropriate attire when visiting temples in Angkor Wat is long pants (covering the knee) and shirts that cover shoulders. Skirts, small shorts, tank tops, and other items of revealing clothing are not allowed within temple grounds.
    • Dress code is comfortable and casual
    • Please dress appropriately by covering your knees and shoulder to respect the monks.
    • Hat- off when enter the monastery.


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