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Angkor Wat Sunrise and Temples from Siem Reap Small-Group

Highlights
  • Departure timed to catch sunrise at Angkor Wat
  • Visit a series of key sites and temples in one day
  • Learn about each site from your guide and ask plenty of questions
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Angkor Wat Sunrise and Temples from Siem Reap Small-Group
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Angkor Wat Sunrise and Temples from Siem Reap Small-Group
US$ 26.00
Overview
Watch sunrise at Angkor Wat on a full-day tour of Angkor Archaeological Park by climate-controlled minivan. Visit highlights including Angkor Thom, Bayon, the Terrace of the Elephants, the Terrace of the Leper King, and Ta Prohm, hearing commentary from your guide. Early morning hotel pickup means cooler temperatures and fewer crowds. Plus, you’ll have plenty time for questions, because the tour is limited to a small group.
What to Expect
Get up early to meet your driver and small group at your Siem Reap hotel. At Angkor Wat, you’ll purchase a ticket at the park’s gate, arriving in time to see sunrise above the 12th-century temple complex.

From there, continue to the fortified city of Angkor Thom, entering through a causeway flanked with gods and demons. See the many faces of Bayon Temple, stroll the Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King, then head to Ta Prohm, where tree roots and jungle vines cover the ancient stones.

Following your time at Ta Prohm, this Angkor tour concludes with return transportation to your hotel in Siem Reap, or to the Siem Reap restaurant of your choice.
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1 - 5 of 8 reviews

Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
A great tour

We did the Angkor Wat Sunrise tour with Samnang. Originally we had another tour guide but he had to leave as his daughter was poorly. He told us where to wait and we sat and had breakfast and about an hour later Samnang arrived. He...More

Thank Rebecca S
Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile
Fantastic day

We were picked up on time by our friendly guide, Sarat, and our driver Mr Channa. Sarat was very knowledgeable and he explained everything to us as we walked around Angkor Wat and the other temples. It was a very hot day but our driver...More

Thank familyfunNewZealand
GREEN ERA TRAVE... L, Guest Relations Manager at Green Era Travel, responded to this reviewResponded 6 July 2018

Hello! Thank you for the awesome review. It is a pleasure to learn that you had a fantastic day doing the Angkor Wat Small Group Tour. Great to hear that Sarat and Channa have left a positive impression on you. I will pass on this...More

Reviewed 7 May 2018
Wow the sun rise!

I was absolutely gob smacked with the sunrise at Angkor Wat! As night turned to day I thought it was beautiful watching the temple slowly appear. Thinking that was it I was quite satisfied. Then all of a sudden the sun, huge and amazing appeared....More

1  Thank Leith M
Reviewed 24 February 2018
Amazing trip with excellent tour guide

The tour guide picked me up at my hotel on time at 4:30am. Before he arrived I was worrying if they didn't manage the time that let me miss the timing to see the sunrise. The tour guide took us (4 people in our group)...More

1  Thank hsintalk
Reviewed 14 February 2018
Amazing tour with knowledgeable guide

Angkor Wat is an amazing place brought to life by our tour guide, Mr Phearom. He had a deep knowledge of Cambodian history, all explained in perfect English. He conducted us to the best locations and we took many photos. As well as Angkor Wat...More

1  Thank paberridge
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Rachel R
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Response from familyfunNewZealand | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you can end the tour when you want, just tell your guide. We ended our tour early because it was so hot. We only did one day and were exhausted. It would’ve been better to do it over a few days because there is so much... More
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