Your next stop is Wat Ek Phnom. This was once considered to be one of the finest temples in the Angkor period. In the days of the Khmer Rouge, the temple was used as a prison. Today, many of the walls have collapsed and the temple is overgrown with grass and bushes. However you can still get an idea of how impressive it must have looked. After lunch at the river, you’ll continue to the Killing Caves (Phnom Sampeou). The beauty of this temple is the view, from the two pagodas you can look out over the surrounding countryside, the green rice fields and karst mountains. In the afternoon you’ll return to your hotel and mull over your day as you relax by the pool.