Day 1: Siem reap - Anglong Veng - Preah Vihear sunset
Meals included: -/Lunch/Dinner
Pick up from your hotel. Travel 120-kilometers from Siem Reap to Anlong Veng by road 67 and reach downtown Anlong Veng before lunchtime. Visit Ta Mok's Town House or Khmer Rouge Headquarter, the best preserved of the KR houses. Ta Mok's house overlooks the eerie lake that was created by Khieu Samphan (Brother Number Four). See Ta Mok's Grave, an area still visited by locals that wish to pay their respects to the former leader. Leave Anlong Veng and drive 18-kilometers up the Dangrek Mountain for lunch. Visit the temple site of Preah Vihear and watch the sunset on the mountain cliff with spectacular view of Sra Em and overlooking the border to Thailand. Enjoy dinner in town and stay overnight at a guesthouse in Sra Em.
Day 2: Sra Em - Tbeng Mean Chey – Koh Keh - Beng Mealear - Siem Reap Airport
Meals included: Breakfast/Lunch/-
Leave Sra Em for Tbeng Mean Chey the capital of Preah Vihear Province and have breakfast in town. Afterwards, start the tour to Koh Ker. Once one of the former capitals of the Khmer Empire, Koh Ker was created by Jayavarman IV when he decided to move the capital almost 100-kilometers northeast from Angkor in 928. Here, a vast number of temples were built under his reign until his successor returns to Angkor about twenty years later. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, head to Beng Mealea, a temple built in the 12th century with a striking likeness to Angkor Wat. It is about 60 kilometers east of the main group of temples covered in tense jungle shrubbery on the ancient royal Angkorian highway. Afterwards, head back to your local hotel in Siem Reap or the Siem Reap International Airport for your departure flight.