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Private Full-Day Angkor Temple and Sunset Viewing
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Full-Day Angkor Tour by Tuk Tuk from Sunrise
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Half-Day Bike Tour from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat
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if you intend to see just one world heritage sight in the world, this should be it. astonishingly complex (amazing they built something of this complexity without computers), beautiful. it's the largest hindu temple in the world even thoguh now the deity is worshipped as...More

1  Thank malabarcoast
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I am here for my business.trip.and.having opportunity to visit such a wonderful and great site seeing and have learned alot from this great story.

Thank colelanatim
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We got up at 4am to see the sunrise. It was extremely atmospheric walkking through the dark and seeing the towers appear slowly out of no where. We stood by a pond waiting for the day to break behind the temple and it was quite...More

Thank Laura K
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is great, if you're in Asia it's a must see, the history and the story is great. We went mid morning but if we went again we'd aim for dawn or dusk for special spirituality. We also went with an English speaking guide...More

Thank Alan H
Reviewed yesterday

If your a foreigner I suggest you not to go their as a tourist, but to go there and look for a guid to explain, that way you can go and take however long you want to explore. There are more than just Angkorwat or...More

Thank TunSomaly
Reviewed yesterday

A big emotion and a breath taking visit. One of the most enchanting site in Asia, we arranged the visit through our hotel concierge who provided us a tuk tuk driver but we easily realized that one of the many tuk tuk waiting outside the...More

Thank marco241974
Reviewed yesterday

I did not know what to expect, I have seen pictures and I have read about it but not until you actually experience it, then you understand the beauty of this place. Definitely a Wonder of the World!

Thank pinchivida
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

US$37 a day to see these ruins for foreigners but free to Cambodians. They are exactly that, ruins. Interesting to visit for sure. To see and touch these historical places but the ticket price per adult is just too much. Apparently last year it cost...More

1  Thank Jane L
Reviewed yesterday

nice temple in the small tour take tuk tuk from the city around 30 minute drive. very very enjoy it.

Thank tom r
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had read amazing things about the sunrise in front of Angkor Wat before we go and was a bit of a let down. We probably wasted an hour there, considering the long hours ahead of us in horrible heat. We did the small circle...More

Thank MichalisStefi
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David T
24 August 2017|
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Response from divrdrew | Reviewed this property |
We were just there in July. Get your passes in advance and avoid the crowds. You can purchase your passes for the following day during the last hour of operations for the ticket office. This is very convenient if you do... More
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JohnnyBriggs
18 August 2017|
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I was there end of november, pretty dry although a little hot in the afternoon (ypu will be climbing)
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319NicolaS
11 August 2017|
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Response from 50CHVN | Reviewed this property |
Depends on how many temples you want to visit. We covered 3 sites including Angkor Wat over 5 hours which was enough for us, especially in the heat. Went earlier in the morning to miss the heat and crowds. Tuk Tuks... More
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