Photo: Very little-visited Prei Monti.

Roluos Group

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The Roluos group of temples consists of Bakong, Preah Ko, Lolei and Prei Monti, making for an easy half-day tour from Siem Reap either in the morning or afternoon. The remnants of the first Angkorian capital, Hariharalaya, the temples are found near the contemporary town of Roluos which lends the group its name today.

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Located out of the central Angkor Park the temples are found north of Siem Reap, though easily accessible along National Road 6—well past Psar Leu wholesale market. Although it’s a straight cycle on a good, sealed road, it’s not particularly scenic and the quality of driving can be unnerving. You’re best off taking a tuk tuk for the 30-minute journey. Make sure you already have a temple pass—bought from the main ticket office which is not located near Roluos—as it will most likely be checked at all ... Travelfish members only (Full text is around 500 words.)


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