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Home to Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious complexes in the world, and a stunning array of 9th to 13th century temples built by the kings of the Khmer Empire. The Angkor Archaeological Park is breathtaking, and still the principal draw for...more
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Visited 3 in a day. I may have mixed this with another. We're amazed to see the tree roots intertwine with the structures creating a beautiful work of nature. Photos don't really do it justice. Is this what others name "Raiders of the lost Ark"?

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank notsooldtraveller18
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Still worth seeing,though the places are increasingly being crowded by tour-operator-flags guiding the chinese hordes. Get a private driver and a guide and have them set up the best itinerary.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank NTorkelsen
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I recommend a guide, it will take at least a day to see the main locations. It is the size of a small town and well spread out.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Stuart_Donald
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The massive park gives the real traveller more opportunity to feel the mystical home of the Khmer empire. The forests have recaptured the ancient carved sandstone and lava brick walls. Buy a day pass (US$32) and escape the crush of the sheep brigade who slog...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank postscript65
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is really amazing. I shoot many photos of this location. There are so many world famous photo shoot backgrounds..

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank darshanaBR
Reviewed 4 days ago

knowing part of my culture is without doubt a great splendor, walking through these places full of mistisismo, I have just discovered the use of this platform and I am certainly very happy, I am starting a new face as a traveler in my life...More

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank puijnan
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Spend a day. Spend two. Walk slowly and see the beauty and mystery of the temples. Spanning hundreds of years. Complex art work and unknown histories sometimes. You must go slow and walk the ground paths too. A place of wonder for the food ex...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank mpmilestogo
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The reason why most people come to Siem Reap and Cambodia, and well worth the visit! Although the numbers of tourists can be overwhelming and some times, with some time and planning you can avoid worst queues. Why not getting the 3-day ticket, and give...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank jonatanb844
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I dont remember it from the movies but this was in the tomb raider movie. Hire a guide to take you to all of the temples on a sunrise tour. They are all beautiful pieces of architecture and history.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank laurencZ5827OB
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Absolutely loved every moment. So much too see and there's a lot of walking involved. My tips: Buy the 3 day pass and spread your visit over 3 days (we did the sunrise tour on our 1st day - it was overcast so we didn't...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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stargalaxyMalaysia
October 1, 2018|
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Response from Justanick78 | Reviewed this property |
As far as we were informed the pass is valid for all temples within the Angkor archaeological park plus some little ones more. Single day costs 37$ three day ticket is 62 $ and 7 day ticket is 75$ These are the only... More
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April 22, 2018|
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Response from 333vancouverjennifer | Reviewed this property |
Our tour was booked through our hotel - the Moon Residence & Spa.
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Response from Elizabeth G | Reviewed this property |
The elephant rides happens in the morning at Bayon South Gate of Angkor Thom city and in the evening from the base of ruins of Bakheng temple. You can ride either up, down or both. You can get up close to the elephants when... More
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susanta1981
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Travel itinerary for Siem Reap (6 Replies)
Hi Everyone, Please help me design a travel itinerary for Siem Reap. I will be arriving in Siem Reap on 24th May at round 8am and would be departing on 26th May in the afternoon. Would like to use the time efficiently. I would definitely like to see and photograph the following places in Siem Reap. Bayon Temple Angkor Wat Ta Prohm Angkor Thom Angkor Archaeological Park Kbal Spean (Kabal Spean) Phnom Kulen National Park Kompong Phluk Banteay Kdei Can you also let me know the...More
April 27, 2013|
Response fromManeki-neko|
The 4 temples you mentioned are all in Angkor archeological park. Hire a tuk-tuk to take you around to those, plus Bantey Kdei. On the next day, get up at the crack of dawn and head to Kbal Spean, then go to Phnom Kulen afterwards. You will need a car for this as the distance is quite far. The tuk-tuk on the first day will cost around $15, and the car will probably be $60, plus admission to Phnom Kulen ($20 in advance, I think). I do not think you will have time to see the floating village of...More
EagerBeaver21
Manchester
Sunsets @ Angkor (4 Replies)
Just looking for some recommendations for Sunsets around Angkor Archaeological Park. After doing some research some good places appear to be: Prasat Chrung (south west), Srah Srang & Pre Rup. Is Angkor Wat also good for sunset aswell as sunrise? Does anyone have an opinion as to which is better? Or any other suggestions? I'm not so concerned about seeing the sun set below the horizon, just want somewhere picturesque/quiet...don't wish to repeat Phnom Bakheng again!! Thanks in...More
March 14, 2012|
Response frompaulosussex|
Hi, They are all resonable suggestions. Angkor Wat is a nice place for sunset although the spot by the left hand pond does get pretty busy, the front of the temple is very beautiful as the light fades and just sitting by the moat in front is very pleasant too. Pre Rup is busy these days as people try to escape Phnom Bakheng... I rather like being out by the Tonle Sap for sunset or even better up on Phnom Krom or at Bakong part of Roluos group. Cheers
willtt
manchester
5 weeks guide or not? (2 Replies)
Hi all having absorbed every ones helpful advice I have come up with a 5 weeks Itinerary. For anybody else looking to do something similar in the future I hope along with additional suggestions this can be a "how to" guide or maybe a "how not to"! Any way here goes... VIETNAM & CAMBODIA (travelling 7th December until 8th January) 8,9- Ho Chi Minh - Ben thanh market - Night markets better than the day markets? - Chu Chi tunnels 10, 11, 12- Siem Reap (fly to) - Bayon...More
October 02, 2013|
Response fromwilltt|
Thanks for the reply, a pm would be great. I tried to keep it general due to the length of it!