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Words do not do these temples justice, they are simply an incredible sight to see, we had a private guide for 2 days, her name was Makara, she made the tour with her knowledge and enthusiasm so much more than we expected.
Oh...How fantastic it is..? This temple have been many years but still look so wonderful. And great place to see beautiful sunrise. Especially in October to April the sun go up is very interesting. Nice temple and great to look around and relax.
This is to praise Mr Tum Khouen, my guide during Angkor Wat main area.
He has worked over 20 years on site and it seemed he knew everything and everyone- very knowledgeable both in history and religion - and this is Angkor Wat!
I was very excited with our trip to Angkor Wat. The place is so beautiful and you have to bring along your camera and make sure your battery phone is full. You can watch sunset in the evening, they have a strategic place to watch...More
Sometimes websites are developed in the mind of yours and could be disappointing if you see them in life that is real. Not therefore with Angkor Wat. Our guidebook has taken us in from the rear that had been excellent since we skipped the crowds...More
We toured Angkor Wat region (multiple temples) without having a guide and found it really calming. Started with the neighboring temples as our taxi car owner highly recommended to escape the early morning crouds at giving Ankgor Wat, that was an excellent idea as the...More
Wonderful day spent visiting the ruins and temples at Angkor wat and surrounds! It was a challenge but achievable to get to the top of the stairs. Well worth the views and spirituality when you’re at the top of the temple
A journey back in time on a grand scale. The size of the complex is hard to take in.
I suggest you use a guide for your visit here. They are able to give you a better insight into the building and history of the...More
There are no photos that will ever do this ancient temple justice. It really has to been seen to be believed. I highly recommend taking a tour guide with you so you can learn the history on this incredible temple. You wonder how this temple...More
We did not get a guide, preferring to free range. There is no way you can do the sites justice by doing three in one day, at the most I would say 2 in a day and depending on how how much you want to see, get a 7 day pass... More
We did not get a guide, preferring to free range. There is no way you can do the sites justice by doing three in one day, at the most I would say 2 in a day and depending on how how much you want to see, get a 7 day pass. There are so many temples that you can easily get value from your ticket. We purchased a guide book and read up before we went and there are guides all over the sites who you can pick up if you want to.
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Hi, it’s okay to wear tees that cover your arms, not necessary to be in long sleeves. Bring along rain coat so that you can still continue to walk around when it rains. There are local kids that sell raincoats for usd$1 but... More
Hi, it’s okay to wear tees that cover your arms, not necessary to be in long sleeves. Bring along rain coat so that you can still continue to walk around when it rains. There are local kids that sell raincoats for usd$1 but the quality is very bad so bring your own. I applied a lot of lemongrass and that helps with the mosquitoes bites. I worn saddles as it was easier when it rained. My shoes were soaked wet the first day and thereafter I switched to saddles. Hope the above is helpful. Enjoy your trip to Siem Reap.