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Sunrise at angkor wat is absolutely beautiful. After the sun has risen, you can make your way up to the towers. However, the central tower is only open at around 6.30am for people to climb up. Take note to hire a good tuktuk driver, we...More
An amazing experience viewing this incredible temple. There is so much to see and marvel at here. We visited when the weather was quite hot and humid, suggest a hat and definitely sun glasses, light, loose and modest clothing a must. Our guide chose a...More
I went to Angkor Wat was not for sunrise. Because I knew sunrise is nature! Sometimes no sunrise just like a temple near my residence, Borobudur.
I love history and ancient monument! You can look at my photos below. Very cloudy. But if you have...More
Wonder Shmonder... So there's some old temple with centuries-old carvings, adorable baby monkeys and... Ok, I can't keep that up.
Sorry to disappoint any miserable souls out there hoping this review would confirm their doubts about traipsing all the way out to the temples, just...More
If you can do visit this place of history. We did not take any guide with us and our tuk tuk driver took us to the places that we wanted very easily. Very well behaved people. Neat and clean places. Some important tips- take lots...More
i wanted to upload more than 10 pictutes. seeing this place is like seeing a dream with open eyes. i read book on ancient angkor and dreamt of seeing this place from last one year. the first view of this place and the snake headed...More
We did the sunrise bicycle tour with Grasshopper. It was unbelievable. The sunrise was beautiful, our guide was fantastic and just seeing the detail of such a wonder that was built in the 12th century was something we will remember for a very long time.
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? .
We did not get a guide, preferring to free range. There is no way you can do the sites justice by doing three in one day, at the most I would say 2 in a day and depending on how how much you want to see, get a 7 day pass... More
We did not get a guide, preferring to free range. There is no way you can do the sites justice by doing three in one day, at the most I would say 2 in a day and depending on how how much you want to see, get a 7 day pass. There are so many temples that you can easily get value from your ticket. We purchased a guide book and read up before we went and there are guides all over the sites who you can pick up if you want to.