per adult (price varies by group size)
per adult (price varies by group size)
Lowest price guaranteeFree cancellation
Ages 0-70, max of 10 per group
Duration: 2 days
Start time: Check availability
What's not included
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Local Live English Speaking guide
- Local taxes
- Bottled water
- Transport by air-conditioned minivan/bus
- Entrance fees (37USD per person)
- Travel insurance
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Entry/Admission - Angkor Wat
- Entry/Admission - Banteay Srei
- Departure details
- Traveler pickup is offered.
- Day 1: Sunrise tour, so pickup is variable between 4:20 to 5:20 am, so please ready from 4:20 am and ready to go as soon as your guide arrives.
- Hotel pickup is offered. View the hotel list on our checkout page to see if yours is included among the pickup points.
- Returns to original departure point
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 63072P15
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- Flashlight needed
- Mosquito spray
- Only trousers or knee-length skirt/dress is permitted
- Minimum age is 9 years
- Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
- What you can expect during your visit
- Face masks required for travelers in public areas
- Social distancing enforced throughout experience
- Face masks provided for travelers
- Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
- Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
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- What is the 2-Day Join Tour - Sunrise Angkor Wat and Banteay Srei, Small Group cancellation policy?
- 2-Day Join Tour - Sunrise Angkor Wat and Banteay Srei, Small Group cancellation policy: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Discover and book 2-Day Join Tour - Sunrise Angkor Wat and Banteay Srei, Small Group on Tripadvisor
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- 2-Day Join Tour - Sunrise Angkor Wat and Banteay Srei, Small Group is hosted by V Happy Travel. Read reviews, discover additonal experiences or contact V Happy Travel on Tripadvisor. Discover and book 2-Day Join Tour - Sunrise Angkor Wat and Banteay Srei, Small Group on Tripadvisor
- If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 63072P15
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About the operator
V Happy Travel
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Joined in December 2020
#419 of 586 Transportation in Siem Reap
- richardsV6373WZ00Rusty historyYou could say it was more of a scrap yard than a museum but it was still interesting all the same. Most of what they had were mostly Russian made with T54's very prominent along with several different types of artillery and even what remained of an old "Stalin Organ" (truck mounted rocket launcher) then there was a brick built building containing an assortment of Kalashnikov rifles, machine guns and different landmines. A very informative history of their country up to the Vietnam War, Pol Pot and more recent confrontations with neighbouring Vietnam and Thailand back in late 1990's. Apparently there are more landmines in the ground than people, American, Russian and Chinese types which are still killing and maiming people today. Worth a visit.
- moralezl202100S21How did Pol Pot regime do to his own people. Sad memory. I am haunted by this place. I wish I had never gone. I wake sometimes in the night and think of some of the things I saw and learnt here. I was aware that as a tourist I only touched on the slightest fragment of the suffering that went on here but the trauma of that knowing is.
- DaveF140800stay away from royal temples.Could not make any contact with them.Day before tour they e-mailed me saying they would pick me up at 420 am waited an hour no show.After making my own arrangements re.Hiring tuk tuk i recieve another e-mail saying they would pick me up at such and such a time.Well i was already gone to the temple.I am demanding full refund which I will probably never see and advising everyone to stay away from this company.Do it on your own less hassle and cheaper
- JuanitaD17300DEATH!the pain and suffering that happened in this place is so unbelievable it is heart breaking, my mind still wonders how this ever could have happened, but in the eyes of the people that live there I am sure they think someone like me has lived a sheltered life, I am so sorry this has happened to these people.
- mikishanghai201800Pretty, but crowds of locals and tourists-filled waterfallI went on a small group tour that was for a maximum of 12 people. The mini-van came to my hotel at 8:30am for pick-up, and the guide told me that we had 12 people today. All the seats on the mini-van was filled. It was a bumpy and dusty 2hr ride to the Phnom Kulen park. The guide first took us to see the 1,000 lingas engraved in a shallow stream. We took a short ride to go see the reclining Buddha in a small temple at the top of a hillside. There were stores with knick-knacks lining the pathway. Finally, we walked through a dusty path to where there was an open area for picnicking and BBQ by a river. There were hundreds of local families that day (as I later found out it was a Cambodian holiday) eating and swimming in the river. The river turned into a low waterfall and then even further down a stairway by a mountain side was a larger deeper waterfall. The entire area was just filled with people swimming and wading that our group was in astonishment. We stood on the rocks in absolute disbelief. I heard a person from a different tour group pass by saying, "OMG!" I couldn't believe our tour guide even thought that we would want to swim in that mass. We spent less than 5min at the waterfall and climbed back up to our van. I want to believe that it would have been a beautiful and serene place had it not been a holiday... but who knows? Check with your tour company before you sign up!
- Murray K00Guide makes it worthwhileHear about the experience of Cambodia during the Vietnam War from a Cambodian perspective.The guide provides a vey human look at the war. The relics are quite old and showing signs of age.