[cmsmasters_row data_shortcode_id=”c1lgq50w0x” data_padding_bottom_mobile_v=”0″ data_padding_top_mobile_v=”0″ data_padding_bottom_mobile_h=”0″ data_padding_top_mobile_h=”0″ data_padding_bottom_tablet=”0″ data_padding_top_tablet=”0″ data_padding_bottom_laptop=”0″ data_padding_top_laptop=”0″ data_padding_bottom_large=”0″ data_padding_top_large=”0″ data_padding_bottom=”50″ data_padding_top=”0″ data_bg_parallax_ratio=”0.5″ data_bg_size=”cover” data_bg_attachment=”scroll” data_bg_repeat=”no-repeat” data_bg_position=”top center” data_color=”default” data_bot_style=”default” data_top_style=”default” data_padding_right=”3″ data_padding_left=”3″ data_width=”boxed”][cmsmasters_column data_width=”1/1″ data_shortcode_id=”ghclluz2m9″ data_animation_delay=”0″ data_border_style=”default” data_bg_size=”cover” data_bg_attachment=”scroll” data_bg_repeat=”no-repeat” data_bg_position=”top center”][cmsmasters_heading shortcode_id=”gnbgtk88bs” type=”h2″ font_weight=”default” font_style=”default” text_align=”left” margin_top=”0″ margin_bottom=”20″ animation_delay=”0″]See & Explore Cambodia by Helicopter[/cmsmasters_heading][cmsmasters_text shortcode_id=”ngp8n0b8sg” animation_delay=”0″]

Having explored the temples of Angkor from the ground, it’s time to get a bird’s eye perspective of the extent of the temple construction the Angkorians undertook. In the comfort of a privately chartered helicopter we will fly north of Siem Reap town to visit remote temple complexes and take in some breathtaking scenery.

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Our first stop will be the beautiful pink sandstone temple of Banteay Srey, famous for its intricate carvings. At one point during this flight we will be eye-level with the lesser known hilltop temple of Phnom Bok – a truly surreal sight to behold. We will touch down on Phnom Kulen, the birth place and sacred mountain of the Angkorian Empire and what was a conurbation of temples, reservoirs and roads on top of the plateau.

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At one point during this flight we will be eye-level with the lesser known hilltop temple of Phnom Bok – a truly surreal sight to behold. We will touch down on Phnom Kulen, the birthplace and sacred mountain of the Angkorian Empire and what was a conurbation of temples, reservoirs and roads on top of the plateau.

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Lunch will be served picnic-style in the shade of a remote, hidden temple located amidst lush greenery.

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In the afternoon we’ll continue by helicopter on a thrilling ride across the landscape. We soar above the temples and land at the Koh Ker complex, a 10th-century, pyramidical sanctuary. Another wonder we pass above is Beng Mealea, which was once at the center of an ancient highway connecting Angkor to its northwestern outposts.

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In the afternoon we’ll continue by helicopter on a thrilling ride across the landscape, soaring above the temples and land at the Koh Ker complex, a 10th-century, pyramidical sanctuary, and Beng Mealea, which was once at the center of an ancient highway connecting Angkor to its northwestern outposts.

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