Ta Prohm, one of the most ancient ruins of Angkor presently stands camouflaged by vast root systems and crumbling towers. Built in the Bayon Temple, largely in the late 12th and 13th centuries, Ta Prohm is a UNESCO Heritage Site that showcases a brilliant atmospheric beauty comprising of hundred year-old trees and shrubs all around. The elegant bas-reliefs of the ruins are cloaked in moss, lichen and creeping plants. A rare inscription at Ta Prohm provides data on its workers, numbered at 80,000, including 2700 officials and 615 dancers. Devoured by sheer wilderness and jungle cover, Ta Prohm is a must visit for travelers with a taste for adventure. Ask our experts for a guided tour of this relic of ancient art, combined with the beauty of raw nature.