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Private Tour: Angkor Wat and The Royal Temples Full-Day Tour from Siem Reap
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Private Tour: Angkor Wat Ancient Temples Full-Day Tour from Siem Reap

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Stunning. Bring an umbrella & water.

This is the largest and most popular of the temples and well worth the stop. If you want to get spiritual about it, go for sunrise before it gets too crowded and too hot. As... read more

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This is the largest and most popular of the temples and well worth the stop. If you want to get spiritual about it, go for sunrise before it gets too crowded and too hot. As you're approaching the temples through the outer entrance (it's a good trek) walk on the opposite side of the vendor tents. They are relentless. Unless... More 

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Be sure to BE THERE by 6:00AM. No exception. You will thank me later. This means you will have to be out your door by 5am, OK? It's best if you get a car, it will take you to the ticket office, you buy your ticket and get your photo put on it, jump back in your car and head... More 

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Angkor Wat is surprisingly large and in relatively good shape. They have obviously done considerable reconstruction. Allow at least 2 hours to browse at your leisure. We went on a Tuesday, after 9 am at the suggestion of our hotel concierge, and were not bothered by large crowds.

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Just awesome! Beautiful, enormous, full of history, restoration work in progress. I have a lot of admiration for Khmer people who created this splendid temple.

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Absolutely majestic & stunning. Would recommend seeing the temples with a tour guide. Would come back to see the rest of the temples.

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If you want to view the sunset over the temple it is definitely worth it just make sure you check the weather forecast beforehand. It is also very busy with tourists and sidewalk vendors so keep valuables safe.

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Magnificent in terms of size and scale. Choose your visiting times carefully as can get v crowded with large guided tour groups. The reflected image of the temple at sunrise over the lakes is a bit of a bunfight, with selfie sticks proving a very real ophthalmic health and safety risk!

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Sien Reap is a must see destination. The temples are majestic with fantastic cravings decorated on the them, make sure you have a guide who can tell you what they represent, most seem to be celebration of some conflict at the time. Stone age propaganda !

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Thank Ken M
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Even though much of Angkor is being rebuilt with new materials, it still has very breathtaking views and an ancient story to tell within its walls along the stone carvings, statues and architecture.

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It's not that busy here thought it would be it's expensive to get in a day pass is 20 dollars but otherwise good (I didn't have a spiritual awakening either haha)

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