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Simply breathtaking, the entire temple area is awe inspiring and breathtaking. I’m equally taken with the victory arches and any one of the temples as I am by the beauty and sheer scale of Angkor Wat. So amazing to think of the number of feet...More
It is definitely worth getting here early to see the sun rise. I had a private tour arranged through Happyangkorwattours, I only did one day and to be honest for me that was enough. I saw the highlights I guess, but with an official guide...More
We wake up early in the morning and went to see the sunrise at Angkor Wat. When reaching there, we hired a tour guide to accompany us walking around with more information. The guide also showed us the good spot to wait for nice sunrise...More
By visiting the Angkor National Museum in Siem reap we were able to understand what we were looking at when we arrived on site and were able to specifically look out for the carvings and bas reliefs that we might otherwise have missed.
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Have to agree with the others here, 3-days gives you the best opportunity to take a number of great photos at various times of the day. Sunrise is okay but early morning or later afternoon will give you some great light for... More
Have to agree with the others here, 3-days gives you the best opportunity to take a number of great photos at various times of the day. Sunrise is okay but early morning or later afternoon will give you some great light for taking photos. Take bug spray and malaria pills, the mosquitoes like to have a visit or two with you as well, and malaria is still something to keep in mind. There's enough interesting things to see and photograph and you won't be disappointed with the various temples. Take a bottle of water but keep in mind, you'll find enough vendors around the Wats who'll sell you water and whatnot in the way of tee shirts, trinkets, et al. Also, and this is just a suggestion, take a number of US dollar bills for tipping. The average annual income is only $1,200 per family over there so tip. The dollar won't be much for you since you've already paid to visit there from wherever while to them, it can mean something a great deal more. Hope this helps.
Yes there are several wide steps onto the entry walkway and a long boardwalk up to Angkor entrance. The main site is viewable from the park area. Also our guide took us to the rear entrance down a dirt road almost up to the... More
Yes there are several wide steps onto the entry walkway and a long boardwalk up to Angkor entrance. The main site is viewable from the park area. Also our guide took us to the rear entrance down a dirt road almost up to the back of Angkor. Certainly an electric chair would be helpful. Ta Phrohm temple is more accessible by a long hard dirt roadway normally no vehicles allowed but you may be able to get permission for a mobility vehicle to drive up to each of these fabulous sites? .