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Full-Day Angkor Tour by Tuk Tuk from Sunrise
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Private Full-Day Angkor Temple and Sunset Viewing
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Half-Day Bike Tour from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat
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Siem Reap 17252, Cambodia
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Reviewed yesterday

Very early start (5am) to get to the temple for the sunrise and it was busy when we arrived, 5 or 6 deep in front of the temple to watch the sun rise and see the reflection in the water. We were told this was...More

Thank simonu1967
Reviewed yesterday

This was the highlight of our trip - it is amazing to see how this structure was designed and built over 1000 years ago. A must see!

Thank thomasbehle
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Ang Kor Wat is beautiful and scenic. 1 day visit is not enough; I will come back again for 3 days visit with my friends.

Thank Goh T
Reviewed yesterday

We hired a private car/driver/tour guide for our stay. We visited Angkor Wat before sunrise for the obligatory sunrise picture. The main routes are crowded, but just wander off a bit and there's nobody there - you can get pictures without 100 people in your...More

Thank Deb C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We woke up very early around 4am to get ready to get tickets to enter the Angkor Wat area as we want to catch the sunrise at Angkor Wat but was unlucky due to cloudy weather.. There are many old temples around and the most...More

Thank helminajib
Reviewed yesterday

Angkor Wat should be on every travellers bucket list. If you want to watch the sunrise behind the temple ( highly recommended) make sure you purchase your pass the previous day to save time. I would recommend a guide to help find your way around...More

Thank Ranjan R
Reviewed yesterday

A very nice place to visit and really does live up to the hype if not even exceeded my expectation. The beauty of the place is real and you can see the love and hard work poured in making the temple during its construction.

Thank Vayeate
Reviewed yesterday

We enjoyed the company of a very competent French speaking guide Mr SIM Saroeun who made the discovery experience very special for us !

Thank patrickdravet
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We spent 3 days to visit this complex and it was worth. This is an amazing place with lots of histories and culture. Highly recommend to go with guide for more information.

Thank lynn h
Reviewed 2 days ago

The greatest religious construction of the world. Crowded, but definitely worth the visit. To take better (and not so crowded) pictures, go to the corners of the main complex, following the walls. Enjoy the sunrise at Angkor, the view is unforgettable, except on very cloudy...More

Thank Daniel C
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James E
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Kevin S
3 December 2017|
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Response from Prathyush R | Reviewed this property |
1. Tickets you can acquire from a government operated office - Check with your hotel the Tuk Tuk will take you to the office 1st. If you plan to bike it (rental) by your self, you would save a great deal of money on the Tuk... More
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24 November 2017|
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