Tonle Bati - Phnom Chisor Temple

Tonle Bati - Phnom Chisor Temple Tonle Bati - Phnom Chisor Temple
49.00 Per Person | People: 10 -15 persons | Duration: 1 day(s)

Start your adventure day tour to some of Cambodia’s lesser-known temples with a drive to the temple of Ta Prohm Tonle Bati and Phnom Chisor Temple.

Tonle Bati is set on the banks of the Bati River in a well-tended grove of coconut and mango trees, where you can swim and picnic as well as seeing the two small but appealing temples. Phnom Chisor, originally known as Suryadri,was built early in the eleventh century by Suryavarman I and was once a site of some significance, housing one of four sacred linga installed by the king in temples at the boundaries of his kingdom. A hot and tiring flight of 412 steps ascends the hill from the south, though there is a shady pavilion two thirds up, and refreshment-sellers at the top and bottom. There’s a modern pagoda at the summit and a burgeoning number of sanctuaries scattered about.


  • Day 1: Tonle Bati - Phnom Chisor Temples

    Start your adventure to some of Cambodia’s lesser-known temples with a drive to the 12th Century temple of Ta Prohm Tonle Bati. Wander through the temple that was built by King Jayavaraman VII and dedicated to Buddhism, and experience for yourself why this ancient temple continues to be a central location for nearby villages during public holidays.

    Then, continue on to Phnom Chisor Temple, built atop a hill and commanding stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Wander through the temples’ ancient walls before sitting down for lunch in the surround hilltop scenery. Afterwards, walk to a nearby village to see rural lifestyles up close before heading back to Phnom Penh.


    Tonle Bati - Phnom Chisor Temples
Prices are in USD
Group Size2 persons3 - 5 persons6 - 9 persons10 -15 persons1 person
3 Star Hotel 113.00 100.00 66.00 49.00
Group Size3 Star Hotel
2 persons 113
3 - 5 persons 100
6 - 9 persons 66
10 -15 persons 49
1 person 201
Price Inclusions

1/ Private air-conditioned vehicle during sightseeing trip

2/ Entrance fees where mentioned

3/ Private English speaking guide

4/ Lunch meal

Price Exclusions

1/ Personal spending money such as drink and all other things are non-clearly mentioned in the itinerary

2/ Travel insurance

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