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Angkor Wat

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Reviewed yesterday

Thousands of reviews of Angkor Wat are available to read. However, I'm going to take a different angle and concentrate on the dress code. In short, the dress code for men requires that shoulders are covered. Secondly, the knees must be covered by long leggings...More

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Reviewed yesterday

Angkor Wat is the core of any visit to the Angkor temples. It is every bit as incredible as people say it is. While there are piles of tourists, the place is big enough that you can find some peace. In fact, the place is...More

Thank CanadianTravelReview
Reviewed yesterday

I was told that the best time to enjoy the beauty of Angkor Wat is at sunrise. So I booked my ticket - one-day ticket ($20 per pax). You must be there in person to buy the tickets as a photograph is taken and your...More

Thank gengiroo
Reviewed yesterday

Nice to look at but muddy dirt surroundings and not accessible by wheelchair. In general, I found Cambodia old and run-down. I prefer Thailaand.

Thank DellSol
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a wonderful of the world. How could it not be great. I got a tour guide for $20 to teach me more about the history of the temples. Money well spent! I felt like I was Indiana Jones trekking around the 6 temples...More

Thank David c
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Wonderful temple but my teenage daughter wasn’t into it, so I think to appreciate the significance of a visit you would have to be a certain age!!!!!

Thank shonarhodes
Reviewed yesterday

This is the temple of all temples. Stunningly beautiful. Love the way the trees have grown in various parts of the temple. In front of the temple there is a small lake that reflects so it accounts for beautiful pics. I went earlier in the...More

Thank tmanderton13
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited Angkor Wat twice during our stay in Siem Reap. The first was at Sunset. It was breath takingly serene, the setting sun bathing the towers in golden light and the surrounding ponds reflecting its beauty. The second visit was a couple of days...More

Thank Emel J
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great place to see Buddha Temples in good condition-very large areas to explore and can see why the place is one of the 7 wonders of the world.

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We visited on September 17th 2018. Our driver picked us up at 4:30am (we thought this was a little early, but he got us to the place where you buy tickets right before it opened at 5am which was great!). Watching the sunrise over these...More

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kevinluu
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Yes, raining season is not so hard in Indochina as in India
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Response from Tilly P | Reviewed this property |
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
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Response from JennyK3157 | Reviewed this property |
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
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