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Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity

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Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity

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3-Day Siem Reap Tour: Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, Bayon and Tonle Sap
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Sunrise Small-Group Tour of Angkor Wat from Siem Reap
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Sunrise Small-Group Tour of Angkor Wat from Siem Reap
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Watching the sunrise over Angkor Wat is a truly unforgettable experience that makes for spectacular photos. On this tour, arrive early to beat the crowds and midday heat, enjoy a guided tour of the ancient ruins, and visit the temples of Ta Prohm, Angkor Thom, and Bayon Temple (entrance fees at your expense). A small group means plenty of time for questions, and convenient hotel pickup and drop-off make for a seamless experience.
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Wild animals injured or abandoned in the forest are brought to the place where they get proper food and medical treatment... free for entrance ticket but you can donate some money for those animals which live in danger !!! Btw the animals keeper told me that they still need a
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Response from MikeMeyerhoff, General Manager at Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity
Responded Jan 15, 2020
Thank you very much for visiting our centre and for taking the time to write this review! As you have mentioned, our centre is engaged in conservation and rescue of highly endangered Cambodian species. And yes, with over 800 animals in our care now, space cannot be enough!
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Donation 2$ with group at 9:00 and 13:00 or 5$ if you want private excursion for your family anytime before 15:00. Also they have package for more private excursion to the private areas of their centre where they show also hidden areas ( it costs 10$/per person, but you need
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rescuing animals, breed and release programs for endangered birds and turtles Well worth the trip to hear about and see what they are doing
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Response from MikeMeyerhoff, Manager at Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity
Responded Aug 15, 2019
Thank you very much for your visit and for the kind feedback! We are glad to hear that you found your experience worth while!
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We visited today and I can't thank our guide Sophal enough. He knew more about animals than any other zoo/ rescue centre I have been to and I have visited many. He told us about the stories behind the animals and told us about the work they do with each animal. It was amazing
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Response from MikeMeyerhoff, Manager at Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity
Responded Aug 10, 2019
Thank you very much for reviewing your visit to ACCB! A passionate team is the foundation of the work we are doing at ACCB. We are glad that Sophal's passion for conservation and wildlife jumped over to you! Again, thank you very much for you visit!
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All reviews write about the amazing stuff and how good they are on what they are doing. Agree, but for me it is also important as a visitor to have a good time. The trip from Siem Reap is too long, the amount of animals is relatively limited and not spectacular variety for the
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Response from MikeMeyerhoff, Manager at Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity
Responded Aug 10, 2019
Thank you for your review. Of course we are trying our best to give our visitors a good time while joining the guided educational tours at ACCB. We are aware, that we can always improve more on visitor's services. ACCB is a nature conservation centre. All animals at ACCB are native to Cambodia. Most of them have been rescued or confiscated and could not be released into the wild anymore. Some of the animals in our care were born at ACCB as part of our conservation breeding programmes. We do try to breed some species that are on the brink of extinction in Cambodia or even globally with the aim to release into suitable habitat one day in the future when the conditions are right. Animals that cannot be released anymore are housed in enclosures and we share their stories and the conservation challenges with our visitors. Therefore, ACCB is not open to the public, but only offers guided educational tours. ACCB is not about a spectacular time out. We try to preserve Cambodia's rich biodiversity and educate local and foreign visitors. We are taking care of more than 700 animals out of roughly 50 species. Indeed, we don't have tigers nor elephants. But there is a lot to discover and to learn about Cambodia and its wildlife during the guided tours. Again, we are sorry to hear that your expectations were not met.
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