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Angkor T.K Travel & Tours

#652 of 1,396 Tours in Siem Reap
Siem Reap, Cambodia
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About Angkor T.K Travel & Tours
Angkor T.K Travel & Tours are professional inbound & outbound tour operator based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. We do ground tour services in Indochina. We have provided all services types related in tourism such as: Cultural & Heritage tours, Educational tours, Eco- tours, Cruise, Adventure tours, MICE, Specific tours request, Domestic & Worldwide ticket, Hotel Booking, Car & Guide Service.
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Waterfall & Sihanoukville City Tour

Our tour start with Kbal Chhay Waterfall, located in Khan Prey Nup, 16kms north of downtown Sihanoukville. A former hideout of the notorious Khmer Rouge, Kbal Chhay Waterfall today serves as a popular tourist destination and a clear water reservoir for the nearby town. This afternoon we continue to Wat Intrangean / Wat Krom Buddhist Monastery you will have a chance to visit Cambodian Buddhist monks and learn about the intriguing history behind this temple. Next is Sihanoukville’s main local market Psar Leu Market, a cultural experience in itself, this market is filled with everything you can imagine from local fruit and fresh produce and of course, fresh seafood.
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7 hours
from $84.42

Ream National Park Tour

Ream National Park Situated 23kms from the town come and enjoy a unique travel experience as we navigate our way through gorgeous mangrove forest, along the Prek Toeuk Sap River onboard a local Khmer boat. After some rest and relaxation we visit Meditation Mountain (Phnom Samathi) considered a holy place where many villages gather medicinal plants. Locals believe the mountain’s plants are blessed by the ancient spirits that dwell there, which gives them extraordinary potency.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $142.86

Rolous Group and Floating Village Tour

Siem Reap is full of secrets especially the intricate stone buildings around the province. This tour will take you to see the earliest Angkorian temple group, Roluos. It was served as as the capital of Indravaraman I (reigned 877-89). Preah Ko, the 9th century temple, built to dedicate the King's ancestors. Bakhong is the largest and most fascinating temple in the Roluos Group. It was the first mountain temple in the shape of stepped pyramid. Lolei is the four brick towers are replicas of the ones at Preah Ko. After Lunch, we continue our trip to a floating village in Tonle Sap lake. You will see stilted housed, flooded mangrove forests, wildlife and friendly villagers.
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6 to 7 hours
from $39.75

Angkor Wat Small Circuit Tour

Siem Reap is a historical province of Cambodia. Angkor Wat is located in this beautiful and mysterious town. On this tour, we will visit and discover marvelous temples in Angkor Archaeological park. First, we come to Angkor Thom, the last capital of Angkor Empire. Here, we explore Bayon temple which as 54 towers of the wise smiling faces. Then, we come to the Terrace of the Elephant and the Leper King where walls are deeply carved with seated deities. Next, we continue to Ta Prohm or Tomb Raider temple with a strange beauty of intertwining trees on the stones. After 1 hour lunch break, we come to the heart of Cambodia and the world largest religious monument, Angkor Wat temple. The last temple is Pre Rup, we will spend our time watching a beautiful sunset on the pyramid-shaped temple.
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8 hours 30 minutes
from $39.75

Tuol Sleng & Choeung Ek Killing Fields Tour

First, we come to pick you up with our comfortable and AC vehicle and drive to Choeung Ek Killing field. A very moving and confronting experience the Killing Fields were the final resting place for over 17,000 men, women, children and infants between 1975 and 1978. We then continue to Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School was taken over by Pol Pot’s security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison (S-21). It rapidly became the largest centre of detention and torture in the country.
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3 hours
from $44.88
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viola301 wrote a review Apr 2020
seriate78 contributions22 helpful votes
before I chose I read some mixed reviews. Some people were doing it for the second time but I will not advise it unless you are stuck in Sihanoukville and there is nothing eles to do
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mike Lew wrote a review Jan 2020
Felton, California9 contributions3 helpful votes
I had set this up in advance of my trip, but was having a hard time communicating about a meeting place when I got off the cruise ship. When I got off the shuttle, I was bombarded by people offering taxi services, etc. I held up my paper and said I already had a tour. Luckily a man there looked at my info and gave the tour company a call. They called back and said they were working on finding the driver. Finally a man comes up to me and says he's my driver. I was a little hesitant, and said that I had already paid for the tour, in case he was expecting money. He said that he would get reimbursed, so it was fine. We got in the car, and stopped to visit a pagoda. It was very nice, as they usually are, except for the two men that had lost their legs to land mines in the civil war. I gave them each some money because it was heartbreaking. Then a child comes up to me and asks for money and I told him he had both his legs. He was fine. He should learn to make something to sell to people instead of just looking for a hand out. From there, my driver said we had to go to where the official driver was. He was just a taxi driver. OK, fine. We get to the other driver, and both of them came along with me. After that, everything was great. We drove out to the waterfall, which was a beautiful spot. Also, there were these metal huts with hammocks in them where you could lay there and listen to the water. There were places that had food for lunch. I looked at the menu, and saw BBQ chicken. He said that was for a whole chicken for $16. I said that was fine, all 3 of us could eat it. So I bought them lunch, and had a couple beers. It was a very nice day. Then we went into town and visited the market, which is always interesting.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Xindy wrote a review Jan 2020
4 contributions1 helpful vote
I chose to use their service because my friends have had amazing experiences with them, and they did not disappoint. The tour guide was friendly and truly kept us entertained and informed as we traveled the wonder of this Kingdom.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Reeya T wrote a review Jan 2020
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It was a wonderful experience overall and the service was excellent. We would definitely recommend this agency to order groups.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Fay S wrote a review Jan 2020
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Sihanoukville is still underdeveloped. It is very dusty as a lot of road construction is going on. Taking a tuk tuk is not advisable as it is dusty. we supposed to go to the waterfall but due to the dry season it was dry so did not end up going there. I wish the tour agent would have told me in advance as the tour was not cheap. But the tour guide was very informative with good English. The beaches there are beautiful.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from Jet52859833933, Assistant Manager at Angkor T.K Travel & Tours
Responded Jan 31, 2020
Thank you for your comments. Yes over the last several years Sihanoukville has been under a lot of changes and we have tried to make the best of it. We have made note about the Waterfall suggestion and will add a note at the bottom of our tour description. I’m glad that you enjoyed the beaches and that your tour guide was able to tell all about our country and culture. We appreciate your feedback.
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