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Beng Mealea

1,481 Reviews
Historical Site
Liked by 7
Closed Open from 7:00am-5:30pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Address: Beng Mealea, Angkor Archaeological Park, Siem Reap
Phone: +855-87-878744

What people are saying:

It has been very very old and can not be fixed up , people say it will disappear soon . I just can not believe my eyes , while I am always thinking who and how they made it happen in those old days , must be the God .

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  • shwaygwailo

    Beng Mealea 2007 the when did you go didn't give the option.

    Okay these photos are from 2007 so I guess it has changed a bit. When I went there was just me and a Japanese woman. The roads were less than perfect but the experience with my 1 USD unlicensed ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1606332586000+0800)/
  • SteveRDay
    Alvechurch, England

    A bit of a journey to get there

    Beng Mealea, or the Temple of Doom, is about a 40 minute drive from Siem Reap so probably too far for a tuk tuk but it's well worth it when you get there. Like everywhere we went in Cambodia it was al...

    Reviewed on /Date(1587544486000+0800)/
  • chuckymustdie

    Magnificent, overgrown ruins made accessible by some well maintained walkways

    I loved Beng Melea and thought it was every bit as impressive as it’s more famous counterpart, Ta Prohm, but without the crowds!! The walkways are well maintained so you are not scrabbling over the ru...

    Reviewed on /Date(1586711349000+0800)/
  • PGPerth
    Perth, Australia

    A ‘Must do’ in our books

    We arranged a driver to take us on an overnight trip to Preah Vihear and, to us, it was definitely worth the time and money. We left Siem Reap early in the morning and stopped at Beng Melea for a few...

    Reviewed on /Date(1584189141000+0800)/
  • AJAL2013
    Montreal, Canada

    My favourite Temple visit.

    This visit was worth the driving from Siem Reap. Very nice and not so crowded place, few tourists, this place is still like it was found. Very interesting place with some signs not to move away from t...

    Reviewed on /Date(1583203293000+0800)/

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Additional Information


Beng Mealea is a mysterious, hidden temple in the Angkor heritage complex, its name means “Lotus Pond”. On the dirt road in front of Beng Mealea, there is a multi-headed snake statue, and the river flower pond next to it has dried up. Beng Mealea's size and design style is similar to that of Angkor Wat. Today, there are only broken pillars, collapsed walls and ruins in the temple, leaving traces of war and earthquake. Surrounded by jungle, it appears to be in a state of even flux. Many well-known movies and TV series such as Tomb Raider have been filmed here.
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