Drive to Beng Mealea, which was built in the 12 century, the layout and style of Beng Mealea is very similar to Angkor Wat. Its current state, however, is dominated by jungle. Trees have grown out of the towers and vines entangle columns. Lintels and others building blocks lay around in a tumble and require visitors to climb up and down as they approach the completely collapsed central towers. This is how the early expeditions must have found the temples of Angkor....Lunch box at the site. we then continue to Kompung Khleang, enjoy boat cruise on the Kompong Khleang
Floating Village at Tonle Sap Lake where you will meet the local life at the rural. Kampong Khleang is located on the northern lake-edge about 48 km east of Siem Reap town, more remote and less tourists. Visitors to Kampong Khleang during the dry season are universally awestruck by the forest of stilted houses rising up to 10 meters in the air. In the wet season the waters rise to within one or two meters of the buildings.
Kampong Khleang is a permanent community within the floodplain of the Lake, with an economy based in fishing and surrounded by flooded forest. But Kampong Khleang is significantly larger with near 10 times the population of Kampong Phluk, making it the largest community on the Lake.