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Banteay Srei Questions & Answers

Sydney, Australia

I am doing sunrise at Ankor Wat and wanting to also visit on the same day TA PROHM and BANTEAY SRIE temple - are they all included on the 1day pass - there are 5 of us so want to purchase the most economical ticket to cover all! kind regards

over a year ago Answer

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I think you have the option to do more than one temple all together. Check on line...

The ticket that I got was around U$D 62 y was for more than 3 temples.

over a year ago
Tampa, Florida
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Yes all you need is the one pass. We have been to Banteay Srei twice and we did NOT need to buy a different ticket either time (our last visit was last July). You should have no problem seeing all three temples in one day but you will need to hire a driver to bring to Banteay Srei as its a bit further away, It is a beautiful temple and well worth a visit.

enjoy you trip

over a year ago
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You can do all of those on one ticket, however, if you plan to do them in a day it will be a little tiring and you will get to see only the highlights. ALso, do plan to dire a driver so that you dont spend a lot of time in travelling.

over a year ago
Nottingham, United Kingdom
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you can see all the places o one ticket. I advise you to get a driver for the day.

over a year ago
Portland, Oregon
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Hello, Di ...

As far as I know, the reviewer from the Philippines is correct, and Banteay Srey is a separate entrance fee, but it is worth seeing. Ta Phrom was my favorite. I made the mistake of going to buy the tickets by myself and not with my partner (because he was ill), but you need everyone with you at the ticket buying place, which is not where the temples are. So, all five have to come for ID picture taking, plus bring passports. Your driver/guide will know the best order to do the temples in to avoid the massive crowds. Even though Banteay Srey is out a ways, you should see it for the ruins are in great shape compared to some of the other sites. Also, don't take a Tuk-Tuk, but an actual car to BS since you'll be eating dust otherwise. Also, rates went up in early 2017, so make sure you have current pricing. Enjoy!

over a year ago
Colorado Springs, Colorado
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I think they were all included. We did the sunrise bike tour of Angkor Wat and only remember buying one pass.

over a year ago
Manila, Philippines
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Here's our IT for that day

Sunrise at Angkor Wat =>Banteay Srey (37km)=>Ta Prohm =>Angkor Tom ( South Gate Angkor Tom, Bayon, Baphuon, Phimeanakas, Terra of the Elephants, Terra of the Leper King, North Kleang, South Kleang)

over a year ago
Manila, Philippines
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What we did is see the sunrise in angkor wat. Then we move to Banteay Srei after we finish Angkor wat around 8am. We rented a van and driver to bring us around.

over a year ago
Chennai (Madras), India
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Banteay srie had a separate pad to be bought there. All other temple complexes covered in one pass.

You could see all in one day, but Banteay srie is very far from Reap and a long drive.

over a year ago
神奈川県
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I can visit Ankor Wat and Banteay Srie using Ankor Wat ticket, I did.

2 months ago Google Translation
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Yes you can do one day tour with Sunrise and more beautiful temples as Bayon. Preah Khan. Taprohm and the banteay srey in one day.

Ticket cost 32$ for one day pass

62$ for two days pass.

And a van just 45$ for your group 15 seats. and tuk tuk 25$.

Thank you

over a year ago
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Sincere apology for my delayed response. The temples U mentioned are part of the some 15 most visited ones. Be it the 1-day, 3-day of 7-day pass, U can visit them all without additional charges.

Temple Pass:

• 1-Day @ $37

• 3-Day @ $62

• 7-Day @ $72

1-Day pass must be purchased on the same day of visit while others can be bought in advance.

Every1 who wants to get a pass must be physically present @ the ticket counter...cos photo will be taken

Ticket counter opens 05:00-17:30 daily. Suggest to be there b4 8:30am to avoid long queue. Make sure to queue up @ correct section for specific day pass

Day pass only allows access to all temples. Tonle Sap (floating market & crocodile farm), need to pay $25/pax for boat ride ($20 for smaller boat). Butterfly farm, $5/pax for entry. Waterfall also requires a small entry fee..unsure amount.

I took a 3-day pass, hired a driver but didn't take tour guide. Most drivers use a Lexus RX300 (SUV) or Toyota Camry. It's better than a TukTuk cos it will be super hot or may rain. We paid $100 for 3 days (08:30-17:00). Sits up to 4 passengers. Cold water provided.

Tips:

• Wear cap/hat

• Bring umbrella along

• Have a small towel to wipe down or protect your neck from sunburn

• Travel light (lots of climbing of stairs)

• Bring water along (especially for big/medium sized temples)

• Wear comfortable & sturdy shoes..preferably covered (no slippers)

• Can wear shorts but must be below knee level

TukTuk, make sure bargain & don't pay anytin more than $3 per trip. Many TukTuk around, so don't get harassed or intimidated. Even ordering TukTuk via Le Meridien Angkor, was only USD3 per way..usually have the same guy take us back to hotel at an agreed time.

Hope the above helps & before U travelled

over a year ago
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Sincere apology for my delayed response. The temples U mentioned are part of the some 15 most visited ones. Be it the 1-day, 3-day of 7-day pass, U can visit them all without additional charges.

Temple Pass:

• 1-Day @ $37

• 3-Day @ $62

• 7-Day @ $72

1-Day pass must be purchased on the same day of visit while others can be bought in advance.

Every1 who wants to get a pass must be physically present @ the ticket counter...cos photo will be taken

Ticket counter opens 05:00-17:30 daily. Suggest to be there b4 8:30am to avoid long queue. Make sure to queue up @ correct section for specific day pass

Day pass only allows access to all temples. Tonle Sap (floating market & crocodile farm), need to pay $25/pax for boat ride ($20 for smaller boat). Butterfly farm, $5/pax for entry. Waterfall also requires a small entry fee..unsure amount.

I took a 3-day pass, hired a driver but didn't take tour guide. Most drivers use a Lexus RX300 (SUV) or Toyota Camry. It's better than a TukTuk cos it will be super hot or may rain. We paid $100 for 3 days (08:30-17:00). Sits up to 4 passengers. Cold water provided.

Tips:

• Wear cap/hat

• Bring umbrella along

• Have a small towel to wipe down or protect your neck from sunburn

• Travel light (lots of climbing of stairs)

• Bring water along (especially for big/medium sized temples)

• Wear comfortable & sturdy shoes..preferably covered (no slippers)

• Can wear shorts but must be below knee level

TukTuk, make sure bargain & don't pay anytin more than $3 per trip. Many TukTuk around, so don't get harassed or intimidated. Even ordering TukTuk via Le Meridien Angkor, was only USD3 per way..usually have the same guy take us back to hotel at an agreed time.

Hope the above helps & before U travelled

over a year ago
Sydney, Australia
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thanks everyone for all the information truly appreciate it!!

over a year ago
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