This full-day group tour from Siem Reap takes you on a discovery of the temples in Angkor. Visit Angkor Wat, the world’s largest Hindu temple, admire the decorated towers of Bayon, explore the jungle temple of Ta Prohm, and enjoy lunch in a Khmer village.
What to Expect
On this full-day tour you will explore the temples of Angkor including Bayon, Angkor Wat, and Ta Prohm. Enjoy a sumptuous Khmer-style feast in a local Khmer village surrounded by rice paddies, where you can experience the traditional way of life.
You will be picked up from your centrally-located hotel in the morning and you will start you adventure of the Angkor temples by visiting Angkor Wat, easily the most famous and best-preserved temple within the Angkor complex. You will then move onto Angkor Thom City where you will visit the temple of Bayon, with its 54 towers decorated with more than 200 enigmatic smiling faces, Phimeanakas, Baphoun, the Terrace of the Elephants, and the Terrace of the Leper King.
You will finish the morning with a stop at the South Gate of Angkor Thom City, where the gods and demons line the road leading to the gate, which is crowned with 4 large faces. You will then enjoy a Khmer-style lunch in a village surrounded by rice paddies. You can enjoy the great local food and relax in a hammock or explore the village to see the traditional way of life here.
After lunch you will visit the beautiful Ta Prohm temple, which was made famous by the Tomb Raider movie. Here you can feel like one of the early explorers as you visit the temple which has been left to be reclaimed by the jungle. If time permits, you will finish the day by climbing one of the oldest buildings in the Angkor complex, the brick temple of Pre Rup.
- 1-day Angkor pass
- Transport by air-conditioned vehicle
- English-speaking local guide
- Khmer local lunch
What's Not Included
- Items of a personal nature
- Tips or gratuities for drivers or guides
Pick-up and drop-off at centrally located hotels in Siem Reap
Know Before You Go
Children must be 6 years of age or older to join the tour.
Dress standards are conservative throughout Asia, especially outside major cities. To respect this and for your own comfort, please wear modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the hot Asian climate. Comfortable shoes are a must.
The Apsara Authority which manages the park reserves the right to refuse entry to certain areas of the site for guests who wear clothing which is considered immodest. No smoking, drinking alcohol, or touching the carvings is permitted in and around the temples.
Closure of site: The third level of Angkor Wat is not open during Buddhist holidays.