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Surrounding Siem Reap are often temple ruins, left aside to focus on the landmarks that make Angkor such an attraction. These off-the-chart ruins have played a crucial part in the development of the Khmer Empire. One of these lies hidden in the far north-western corner of the former Angkor kingdom – Banteay Chhmar. Banteay Chhmar is located around 60 kilometres away from Serey Sophoan and was constructed during the reign of Jayavarman VII in the 12th/13 century. The central temple once held an image of Srindrakumaraputra (the Crown Prince), probably a son of Jayavarman VII. • Wander around an untouched pearl from the Angkor era;• Banteay Chhmar is a perfect example of rural Siem Reap • Learn how locals earn a living through silk weaving• See Cambodia from an untouched rural perspective • Lunch is included at a local restaurant

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