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About Angkor Express Boat
Who is Cambodia Angkor Express Boat? Cambodia Angkor Express Boat were operated by local management people based in Siem Reap, Cambodia since 2002 founded by Khmer local people. What We Process? Cambodia Angkor Express Boat is an experienced company with great service!
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Angkor Wat & Bayon:: the Smiling Temple Bike Tour

A fun ride towards a symbol of Cambodia, Angkor Wat and Bayon, the other jewel in the Angkor temples crown. On the flat path of peaceful environment, visitors will be greeted by enormous trees, providing much appreciated shades and monkeys scampering across the streets. Explore the ancient capitals and learn the site's fascinating history with your experienced tour guide.

The tour is a leisurely easy fun ride for few hours relax. Non-professional, non-advanturous
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5 hours
from $38.00

Angkor Dynasty Show

Fill your night with spectacle: visit the Angkor Grand Theater in Siem Reap for an incredible window into Cambodian history and culture with this ticket package. Skip the lines at the ticket booth and enjoy a buffet dinner at the theater with this all-in-one ticket package. Once inside, experience a stunning live performance with remarkable visual effects, telling the story of Cambodia from its birth through to today.

• Experience Siem Reap’s newest cultural show at Angkor Grand Theater!
• Witness world-class stage production with extravagant visual effects and technology
• Watch Cambodia’s beautiful history through a live performance brought to you by an outstanding production
• Be mesmerized as the show will take you on a 4-dimensional panoramic performance!
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1 hour 15 minutes
from $39.00

Angkor Park Sunrise Private Tour

Visit sunrise outside of Angkor Wat with enter the great temple in darkness from the western side and soak up the atmosphere of dawn at Angkor, from the edge of one of the ancient library pools.

Spend your day with temple-hopping with your local guide to make the most of your visit to the world-famous Angkor complex, built between the 9th and 13th centuries when the Khmer empire was the pre-eminent influence in South-East Asia
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8 hours
from $48.00

3 Days -Guided tour of All Major Temples and Kulen Mountain Waterfall

3-Day package tour we focus mainly on all the main temples on Small & Big Circle & Banteay Srei & Kulen mountain waterfall and ancient temples in Rolous Group.

Day 1 we go to see all the main attractions on the Small Circle Road with Angkor Wat and 2nd day we go to see the holly mountain Phnom Kulen with waterfall and 1000 Lingas carved under riverbed for produce holly water in the purpose of Hindo ceremony in the ancient time. The last one on 3rd day we go to see amazing sunrise over Angkor Wat with temples on the Big Circle and temples in Rolous Group and the late afternoon we take you to shopping at Artisan D'Ankgor & local Old market if you would like.
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3 days
from $158.00

Full-Day Kulen Waterfall & 1000 Lingas Join-in Tour

Discover the Phnom Kulen National Park with a full-day guided tour departing from Siem Reap. Visit Kulen Waterfall, the River of a Thousand Lingas, and journey to the top of the mountain to find the world-famous Reclining Buddha. Tour is led by an Apsara Authority certified guide and ranges from 7 - 10 hours in duration. Small-group trip is limited to a maximum of ten participants and includes hotel pickup and drop-off
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10 hours
from $39.00
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Oakparkjoshua wrote a review Jan 2020
Lara, Australia65 contributions14 helpful votes
Excellent night out, dancing and costumes were fantastic the seats were good. We just loved it. It’s a lovely night Out to experience some culture. Smorgasbord can be purchased with the ticket if required. Although this was not worth the price. Skip the meal.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Suzanne C wrote a review Dec 2019
Paris, France51 contributions16 helpful votes
Chaotic pick-up at Siem Reap, the bus passing the same place a number of times in the hour before heading for the boat, which left at about 8.30 arriving about 3. Boat held about 40 people, mostly Westerners to start but picking up local people and their bags on the way. Interesting scenery, an enjoyable journey. Battambang is building a damn so the boat now terminates about 10km from the town where I was met by the tuck-tuk sent by my guest house ($5).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Christine T wrote a review Nov 2019
Taunton, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
This was the "express" service to Battembang. It should have taken 5 hours but took 7 due to river conditions and coming across a broken down boat which we then proceeded to tow the rest of the way. However, this was a lovely experience watching the world go by and being waved to by the most friendly, happy children. Particularly enjoyed sitting on the roof where it was away from the noisy motor and more peaceful. Weather perfect.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Henry B wrote a review Nov 2019
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Recommend for those people that are not in a rush. Trip took about 7 hours but enjoyed it a lot and it was interesting to see the floating villages and how people live in such conditions. The boat passes quite close to the houses and a lot of kids wave which is nice. We stopped at one of the houses for a quick lunch ($2 for rice and chicken) before making our way down the river. Some areas had a lot of plastic which was quite sad and the riverbanks towards Battambang were full of it, which was a sad spectacle. I hope it makes tourists realise the need to change their behaviour! Locals don’t know any better
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Bonny Lad wrote a review Nov 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom2 contributions
The journey from Siem Reap to Battambang can be by either road (3.5 hrs) or by boat (6 hrs). The road south from Sisophon to Battambang is a slow/dusty construction site. Our party of eight opted for the boat and were collected from our Siem Reap hotel and delivered to the lake-side embarkation. Being end-Oct there was sufficient water in the lake/river for the entire journey to Battambang. Our initial journey was through fabulous lake-side scenery (passing floating villages etc), but then enclosed by swamp-scrub along a shallow river course before opening out into farmlands as we approach Battambang. Our private boat was roofed against the elements, but had few creature comforts (we had brought drinking water, snacks and loo paper). The water-pump on our first boat failed 30min into the journey and consequently we were delayed an hour while waiting for a replacement boat. On arrival (10 km before Battambang) we disembarked onto tuk-tuks which we had pre-arranged with our Battambang hotel. This is adventurous rather than comfortable travelling.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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