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Angkor Thom, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A must see! Interesting and very different. Our guide Sarak made this come to life. If you go, you’re cheating yourself if you don’t hire Sarak

Thank Robert K
Reviewed yesterday

Some renovation ongoing while we were there (early Feb 2018), but it was great to see anyway and we managed to get some film and pics of monkeys outside. We visited in the morning leaving Angkor Wat until early afternoon (good tip) to avoid the...More

Thank PathManSlough
Reviewed yesterday

This temple has Buddha faces on all four sides. The carvings on the walls are intricate and it might be helpful to have a tour guide with you to explain everything. Be very careful as you walk, Wear a good quality hiking or walking shoe...More

Thank shapgo
Reviewed 2 days ago

The entrance to Angkor Thom is bridge guarded by Buddhist sculptures either side leading up to a gate to the ancient city. After a short while you’ll reach Bayon, a fantastic structure - a temple with amazing buildings, we loved the site. Bayon is simply...More

Thank Lakbay_007
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Visited here Angkor wat and ta prohm. And here was my favourite it's small but beautiful! I could have spent ages looking at it in more detail. Parts of it have sadly fell down but have been left to show you and it's sad as...More

Thank sjh92
Reviewed 2 days ago

A visit to this temple was amazing and certainly left me smiling. The stories told through the carvings on the walls and the 54 towers were all impressive.

Thank Susan A
Reviewed 4 days ago

It is a really beautiful temple. Try to go early in the morning to avoid the crowd when everyone is busy seeing sunrise at Angkor Wat

Thank NidhiRana
Reviewed 4 days ago

Bayon is a richly decorated Khmer temple in Angkor. One can find smiling stone faces on the many towers. It’s also one of the stronger Buddhist temples so if you go to the middle of the temple, there is an actual place to pray.

Thank TapasChakraborty
Reviewed 4 days ago

Fewer crowds here. A beautiful structure. Could have spent a long time here lingering and absorbing the beauty of this beautiful temple.

Thank qlddebo
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

These temple ruins are being restored and reclaimed from the jungle which hid them for many years. The arcitecture and encryptions found on its walls depict the history of a powerful kingdom. A breathtaking experience

Thank Sara H
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27 January 2018|
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Response from rajiv s | Reviewed this property |
No you don't need another ticket - you should be good for 3 visits - besides you can visit on the same day - morning or it gets too hot - do ankor wat first
26 April 2016|
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Response from Bruce L | Reviewed this property |
This sad story is all over the web. An elephant used for tourist rides has died of exhaustion at Angkor. As this is clearly not an issue of travel and tourism, but one of animal welfare and animal rights, I don't understand... More
7 December 2015|
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Response from siriVVut | Reviewed this property |
You can buy it at the official ticket center, which located on the way from downtown to Angkor, on Charles de Gaulle st. You have to take a Tuk Tuk there. It will be on your right side. If you want to start using it from... More