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The Sacred Dancers of Angkor

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234 River Road, Treang Village The Divine Sala, Siem Reap Cambodia
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Bangkok to Angkor Wat Tour 2 Days 1 Night from Bangkok
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Bangkok to Angkor Wat Tour 2 Days 1 Night from Bangkok

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Take the hassle out of traveling between Thailand and Cambodia with this private, guided tour that includes an overnight stay in a comfortable Siem Reap hotel. Over two days, explore some of Cambodia’s most-celebrated temple ruins - including national icon Angkor Wat, and take a boat to visit the floating villages of Tonle Sap lake. Return to Bangkok or Pattaya enriched by the ancient Khmer culture and architecture.
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suegreenhow2017 wrote a review Apr 2020
Luang Prabang, Laos12 contributions2 helpful votes
There are many imitations but this is the real deal. Performed outside - this dance troupe keeps the culture and traditions of Cambodia alive.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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727caro wrote a review Mar 2020
Staunton in the Vale, United Kingdom30 contributions6 helpful votes
This company is worth supporting, all the dancers that you see are in training. They have performed world wide as well as their twice weekly performance in Siem Reap. The garden setting is perfect for this delightful, traditional performance. You will be amazed by the delicacy and steadiness of each and every movement .
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jo G wrote a review Mar 2020
Guildford, United Kingdom212 contributions91 helpful votes
We were rather surprised that the 'Divine Sala' in which this performance took place was a small, dark, outdoor stage. The performance lasted an hour and was very beautiful and authentic, on the whole. We enjoyed it but were not sure it was worth $30 each. I favour supporting training of local young people, though. I recommend eating at ChongKran Khmer Restaurant afterwards - just nearby, they'll pick you up in a tuk tuk and this is also a training programme for young people, as well as being our favourite restaurant in Siem Reap (with great cocktails).
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Date of experience: February 2020
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doravilhelm wrote a review Mar 2020
Budapest, Hungary5 contributions3 helpful votes
In case your main intention is to support those nice cambodian youngs, which is nice, than go ahead. For 30 dollars / person we were expecting something breathtaking and got some maximum mediocre performance with very unprofessional and uncomfortable set up. Some guests were even leaving before the end of the show. I felt extremely sorry for the dancers, they were lovely and did their best, but management should reconsider pricing. Not every white people walking around with dollarmillions in their pockets, we do know the value of the money and here the price was outrageous compared to what you get. I just only hope our money went to the right place. Very disappointing.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Devadasi1 wrote a review Feb 2020
Asheville, North Carolina132 contributions37 helpful votes
This is the true heritage of Apsara dance. Years of training, and the art regarded by the artists as sacred and not just a means to provide background while tourists eat dinner. No food is served, just real authentic Apsara done in a manner as authentic to the classical period as possible. The dancer have clearly practiced their art for years, and have danced in numerous other countries as well. Highly recommended over any of the other “apsara” demonstrations.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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