- Explore the Roluos Group and other temples in a very fun and eco-friendly way by electric bike
- Roluos Group comprises the earliest great temples and marks the beginning of the classical period of Khmer civilisation, from the late 9th century when they served as the capital of Indravarman
Explore the Roluos Group of temples on an electric bike – a fun, effortless and eco-friendly way to take in the ancient ruins and the stunning surroundings.
After a short briefing, start up the bike and drive out of the town to the three temples that make up the Roluos Group. These are some of the earliest great temples and mark the beginning of the classical period of Khmer civilisation. They date from the late 9th century when they served as the capital of Indravarman.
Bakong Temple is the largest of the three and is home to an active Buddhist monastery. Preah Ko Temple, also known as Sacred Bull, features Sanskrit inscriptions on the doorsteps of each temple while Lolei Temple features beautiful sandstone carvings in the niches and Sanskrit inscriptions on the doorposts.