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Angkor Wat

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Angkor Wat

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Angkor Wat Admission Ticket
US$59.89 per adult
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Sunrise Small-Group Tour of Angkor Wat from Siem Reap
US$23.92 per adult
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Full-day Small-Group Angkor Wat Tour from Siem Reap with English Speaking Guide
US$19.00 per adult
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Private Full-Day Angkor Temple and Sunset Viewing
US$66.67 per adult
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2-Day Temples with Sunrise Small Group Tour of Siem Reap
US$47.00 per adult
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Small-Group Explore Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour
US$18.00 per adult
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Guided Angkor Temple Bike Tour from Siem Reap Inclusive of Lunch
US$46.16 per adult
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Private 2-Day Tour Temples with Sunset and Sunrise
US$112.00 per adult
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Sangkat Nokor Thum, Siem Reap Cambodia
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Num Banh Chok is a name of Khmer rice noodle soup that made from fermented rice by using heavy stone mills. It is one among famous traditional Khmer cuisines in Cambodia. Num Banh Chok is used sometime in special occasion like engagement, festival or ceremony in the village. Normally, the noodles are made from different kinds of rice refer to the technique of producer at each place.<br><br>It’s a real feast for your senses! Cambodians each virtually everything – and you will have the opportunity to experience just that.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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JayRae1 wrote a review Feb 2021
Glasgow, United Kingdom1,568 contributions346 helpful votes
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My wife and I visited Siem Reap, as part of a 17day trip through Vietnam and Cambodia, where we were travelling with 10 other people. The tour was with G-Adventures and so the visit to Angkor Wat / Angkor Thom and Ta Prohm was prearranged by them, including a local guide to give us a high level of specific history and knowledge. The entire experience is, without doubt, one of the most wonderful I have ever had on my travels. This review is specifically for Angkor Wat, though our trip included Ta Prohm and Angkor Thom / Bayon Temple, which I’ll review separately. There is very little that I could write here, which has not been written many times before, so I’ll stick to personal experience and give advice based on that. I will also upload many photos from this visit. The main points of advice I would give would be: Firstly, try to go with a guide, as the specific information they can provide is invaluable. Secondly, read as much information as you can before you visit, so you have an idea of the areas you wish to focus on. Thirdly, try, if you can, to get there well before sunrise, in order to benefit from the fabulous views across the lake, making for amazing photos of Angkor Wat reflected in the small lake as the sun rises behind the temple. Our group set off from the hotel at 04:00am to achieve this and, much as that might sound ridiculously early, it is worth it to beat the crowds and get a good spot for taking photos. Please feel free to check the photos I’ve posted for examples of those early views.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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coocododo wrote a review Feb 2021
Phnom Penh, Cambodia137 contributions4 helpful votes
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Amazing temple ❤️!!! Must-visit in Cambodia !!! Don’t forget to wear appropriate clothes followed dress code in this sacred place !!!
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Emma wrote a review Feb 2021
Trelleborg, Sweden3 contributions1 helpful vote
Awsome! You will need 3 days trip. Take a tuk tuk for 20 dollars. Stay only 4 hours. Choose early morning pick late afternoon about 4pm. Between 12 and 4 pm is too hot for the babies.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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yamfan wrote a review Feb 2021
Hartlepool, United Kingdom83 contributions85 helpful votes
This place is simply unbelievable. Angkor Wat itself is absolutely huge and the number of temples in the wider area is staggering. To get the most from your visit you must plan it in advance. We decided which temples were our 'must see' then planned an itinerary around it. Day 1 Ta Prohm, Ta Nei, Angkor Thom - Victory Gate, Terrace of the Leper King, Terrace of the Elephants, Bayon Day 2 Angkor Wat, Preah Khan, Ta Som There is simply so much to do and see. Transport - we arrived on the evening so got a Tuk Tuk into Siem Reach itself. Our driver was very accommodating and extremely cheap so we asked for a quote for his exclusive use over the following 2 days. We ended up giving him double what he asked for as was still good value for us. This gives you the freedom to decide which temples you want to visit and decide how long you want to stay. We toured the temples from early morning to early afternoon when it got too hot so we retired to the hotel pool. We decided not to get up for sunrise at Angkor Wat but we still got some amazing photos as the sun was still rising so didn't feel we missed out Only wish we'd decided to stay for an extra night
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Date of experience: March 2020
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