Angkor: a sustainable travel destination par excellence
Angkor is the chance for a bike vacation among temples in the jungle. (Of course, also by electric three-wheelers.)
Keep them away from the Angkor Park routine and guided tours.
A series of hotels will provide all they need.
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Focused vacations in Angkor
They have prepared the travels as much a possible, in parts read Magnificent Angkor E-Book and downloaded the Angkor Map.
The hotel provides an A3 printout of the Angkor Map.
The hotel organizes a Temple Talk on the eve of the tours, at 4 or 5 pm. The Scout should be with the Talk; auditors are welcome. The Talk takes one to two hours, up to the questions.
On the first day in Angkor, you buy the tickets and go on to the Bakong and then to Preah Ko, by e-three-wheeler or e-car. In the afternoon Banteay Srei, East Mebon, Pre Rup or Srah Srang.
At Banteay Srei, I recommend reading the interpretation of the complex reliefs eye in eye with the originals.
From the second day, you can make bike tours as you like it. Angkor is the chance for extended easy-going bike vacations among temples in the jungle. Of course, also by electric three-wheelers.
In Preah Khan, they know where is the Dharmasala and the outer South Gate. In addition, they take care that nobody touches the stupa.
Please help how to organize formal instruction of the Scouts.