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Angkor Archaeological Park

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Angkor Archaeological Park

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Guided Angkor Temple Bike Tour from Siem Reap Inclusive of Lunch
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Angkor Wat Park Zip Line Adventure in Siem Reap
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Floating Village Shared Tour (Kompong Pluk) sun set

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Floating village of Kompong Phluk(Sun set shared tours ) is 28km east of siem reap city Set among lush - sometimes flooded - mangroves, this fishing village of distinctive stilt houses boasts an ever-changing landscape due to Cambodia's dramatic wet and dry seasons. In a small groups, get an up-close view of the lifestyle and culture of this unique Southeast Asian lake community We do provided sun set tours right on the boat lay on the bank side of the lake English speaking tour guide Ac mini van Cool water plus boat ticket was included .
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LuizDutraNeto wrote a review Oct 21
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,058 contributions1,358 helpful votes
So much has already been written about Angkor, its overwhelming beauty, majesty and magic! It is unique and should not be missed by anyone! However, visiting "Angkor Archaeological Park" (a temple complex and the largest religious monument in the world, measuring approximately 162,6 hectares) is no easy task. It is generally quite warm and humid and there is a lot of walking and climbing. It means you must be in a very good physical shape to endure such tiring and long journey! To enter the park you will need an "Angkor Pass", that is sold for "One Day" (US$37), "Three Days" (US$62 - valid for 10 days from the issue date and you can choose any three days within the period) and "Seven Days" (US$72 - valid for 30 days from the issue date and you can choose any seven days within the period). For standard travelers, I would say three days are just perfect. The hotels in Siem Reap are generally awesome and you can always take a day or two off to enjoy the lovely pools and massage spas, or even doing some shopping in the local traditional markets before returning to the Park. Some items are important to bring with you - comfortable shoes for walking and climbing, light clothes, a hat or cap, sunglasses, sunblock, mosquito repellent, water and, during the rainy season, a raincoat. Hiring a professional guide and transportation are also highly recommended. You are now all set for accomplishing a dream! A trip that will certainly stay forever in your dearest memories! Enjoy!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Matias V wrote a review Oct 20
Espoo, Finland359 contributions80 helpful votes
Ankor area can be compared to pyramids in Egypt or Mexico or Machu Pichu in Peru. Magnificient temples and interesting history. So, if you are in Cambodza, don’t miss this. It’s worth a separate stop even if you were traveling in neibougring countries like Thailand. We arranged a tuktuk to drive us around the area for one day and tell a little about each place. That was enough for us (and especially for kids), although many people say that sunrises and sunsets are must and many people tour the area for several days. Tuktuks can be found on front of every hotel.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Cullodenmist wrote a review May 2020
Melbourne, Australia386 contributions52 helpful votes
This location is one of those that everyone has to experience once in their lives.... The stone work and carvings of the Temple will blow you away, as will the roots of the untouched tree roots that still grow above the ground between the large blocks of stone.... A wonderful Historical experience.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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R K L wrote a review Apr 2020
Seattle, Washington2,294 contributions323 helpful votes
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While many visitors to Cambodia will not surprisingly immediately equate the country to the Angkor Wat temple and others may conjure up images of the Ta Prohm temple used in filming Tomb Raider starring Angelina Jolie, in actuality, this UNESCO World Heritage site encompasses over 400 square kilometers with hundreds of temples, ancient structures and monuments. We only visited some 25 sites but literally took hundreds of photos. However, rather than post reviews for each of the attractions we visited, we have chosen to simply provide an overview of primary temples and ancient buildings. There are more than a sufficient number of reviews and photos for specific Angkor attractions already here on Trip Advisor. We purchased an Angkor World Heritage Pass for $62USD which was valid for use any three days within ten days from date of purchase. They take your picture which is imprinted on the pass, so it is non-transferable...and also serves as a great souvenir. Unless you are a temple junkie, three days is more than ample time to experience all of the Park's highlights. We made the good decision to retain a reputable tour guide, who also provided all transportation from and back to our hotel. Not to be missed of course are the Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm temples, as well as Angkor Thom City and its Bayon, Baphoun and Phimeanakas temples and remnants of the Royal Palace. Although a bit farther out from the primary cluster of Angkor temples, Banteay Srey was beautiful and well worth the 30-minute ride. There are a myriad of smaller, but no less impressive, temples to visit. Some of the ones which we enjoyed most were Bateay Samre, Ta Som, Pre Rup, Preah Khan, Neak Pean and Mebon temples. At varying points during our second and third days, there really was complete saturation and a return to our hotel pool for snacks, beverages and some relaxation was necessary. We also opted not to tour for three days in a row and instead were able to take a day off to do other Siem Reap exploration. However, make no mistake, as much as you choose to experience of Angkor Archaeological Park, it is well worth the time and effort. In this review, multiple photos of the temples are included for your viewing. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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chuckymustdie wrote a review Apr 2020
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I can’t believe some people are rating the Angkor Archaeological Park as “poor” or “terrible” and doing not much more than complaining about the cost and the crowds. I feel sorry for them if that’s all they got out of their visit. So many more people are travelling now days and I’m struggling to think of a heritage site anywhere in the world that isn’t crowded. And they certainly aren’t free. People need to do their research, know what they want to get out of their visit, and plan accordingly. If you go there for one day, you’re going to be taken to the big three – Angkor Wat, Bayon & Ta Prohm, along with 80% of the rest of the tourists, and you will be just another face in the crowd. If you get a 3-day pass, you can plan to visit some of the lesser known temples which are just as nice but far less crowded. For example, we visited Ta Nei which is accessed down a dirt track only minutes from Ta Prohm. Ta Nei had 2 other people there the whole time we were there where as Ta Prohm had a line of 30+ people just to take a photo in front of a view. And yet, Ta Nei is every bit as wild and overgrown as Ta Prohm. Also, don’t be afraid to venture further out. There are some amazing sites within a 2-hour drive of Siem Reap that most people don’t make the effort to go to. Koh Ker and Beng Melea come to mind, both are amazing and both are pretty much devoid of tourists. I love the Angkor Archaeological Park, have been there twice, and already thinking about my next visit.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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