Another Side to Siem Reap.

By Mark Andrews

Silkwinds – Silk Air. September 2017

Venture beyond the temples of Angkor with this one-day itinerary
Koh Ker Located three hours from Siem Reap, the 10th-century temple complex of Koh Ker is where King Jayavarman IV held court from 928 to 944 AD. It is home to nearly 200 different archaeologicalsites; among these is Prasat Thom, which is most notable for its seven-tiered, 36m-high prang (pyramid).

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