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Full-Day Phnom Kulen National Park Tour from Siem Reap

  • Full-day Phnom Kulen National Park tour from Siem Reap
  • Discover the mountaintop reclining Buddha Statue and learn about its importance to the Linga Cult
  • Admire natural wonders such as Kulen Mountain and Kulen Waterfall
Full-Day Phnom Kulen National Park Tour from Siem Reap
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Visit the sacred peak of Kulen Mountain and explore the natural landscapes of the surrounding Phnom Kulen National Park on this full-day tour from Siem Reap. Take in the views from the mountaintop, admire the 16th-century reclining Buddha statue, and hike to Kulen Waterfall.
What to Expect
Start your journey with hotel pickup by your guide. Meet at your hotel lobby from 7:30am - 8:40am in Siem Reap. Head off to the Kulen mountain. The trip takes about 1 and a half-hours each way. Drive along the way through Angkor Archaeological Park - Banteay Srei Distric. Enjoy a safe ride while enjoying the scenery landscape and simple lives along the way.

Arrive around 9:30am to get up to the top of the mountain to explore the river. Enjoy taking pictures and your expert guide will tell the story, the Linga-Cult. Once you are at the highest point of the area, you will feel why the ancient Khmer king built it on top of the mountain. Enjoy walking along the river to see several thousand Lingas carved on the river bed. The water that flows over is believed to become sacred. Continue to witness the reclining Buddha which carved out of a huge rock in 16th century. Walk along the top mountain to the waterfall.

After having lunch on the mountain top (own expense), make your way back to Siem Reap. Relax on your A/C vehicle while enjoying nice views. Trip to Phnom Kulen Mountain Waterfall will make you a memorable, which you will remember for a lifetime. Return to Siem Reap in late afternoon. Arrive at around 4PM.
Reviews (32)
1 - 5 of 28 reviews
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Good guide but bad place to visit

It wasn't what I expected, the National Park is a very primitive place and which people doesn't care of. The tour is very expensive in comparison with the place. I'm not going to recommend this tour to anyone.

Thank J2555CZnataliac
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Phnom Kulen National Park

Amazing! Chet, our tour guide was wonderful! Well spoken English and very informative in regards to the history of the area!

Thank TravelingMonaB
Reviewed 1 week ago
A great day

We had a fantastic day with our tour guide Murray. The waterfall was especially beautiful. The only negative is the not fully included pricing - but this seems to be a pattern with Cambodia and not exclusive to this trip.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank SydneyEats
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Overpriced, disorganized, and not a full day

The main reason why I am rating this tour so poorly is because of the tour company- not the guide who led the trip (who was great!). You are given a window of a bit over an hour for a pick up time. Other companies...More

1  Thank Hannahmairead
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
To expensive

We booked a full day tour to visit the Kulan Mountain. We paid 45 US dollar per person who covered only the expenses of a full buss and the tour guide. You have to pay 18 dollar extra for entrence to the park and for...More

2  Thank lindactho
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5 September 2018|
Response from gopalanr | Reviewed this property |
Hi - my recollection from the visit is that it is in multiple levels and even the first level involves walking around 100 yards from car drop off and then quite uneven nearer the falls. So I suspect this would not be... More