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Angkor Full-Day Tour (by aircon MiniBus)

Highlights
  • Personalized experience of Angkor Archeological Park from Siem Reap
  • Explore in an intimate group limited to 10 people
  • Stay cool with hotel pickup and drop-off in an air-conditioned vehicle
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Angkor Full-Day Tour (by aircon MiniBus)
From US$13.00
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Angkor Tour (EXCLUDES Lunch)Most Popular
This is the standard Angkor Full-Day tour. There is a lunch stop but lunch is NOT included. Guests choose and pay for their own lunches.
From US$13.00
Angkor Tour (WITH Set Lunch)
This is the standard Angkor Full-Day tour. There is a lunch stop. A set 4-course lunch is included. Guests may choose Khmer or Western set. We cannot cater for special dietary needs.
From US$21.75
Overview
The world-famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor Archaeological Park in Cambodia draws crowds from around the world. Opt for a personalized experience of the landmark on a small-group tour from Siem Reap—a hassle-free way to explore the archeological site. In an intimate group limited to 10, you’ll stay cool in an air-conditioned minibus and avoid looking for hard-to-find meeting points with hotel pickup and drop-off.
What to Expect

Get picked up from your hotel and brought to the departure point, which is the Siem Reap Shuttle/Easy Tour office on Sivutha Boulevard.

Then go on your tour by comfortable air-conditioned minibus at 8:30am sharp. The pickup service visits many hotels and so the pickup time is variable from 8:00am to 8:25am. If using the pickup service, guests are advised to wait in the lobby, be patient and be ready to go as soon as the mini-bus arrives.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you require hotel pickup, then you must tell us the name of the hotel and preferably the street when you book. If guests do not inform us of the pickup location, we cannot pick you up.

Please be advised that Temples entrance tickets (passes) are NOT INCLUDED. Guests must buy their tickets before the tour, or else the mini-bus will stop at the Angkor Enterprise ticket office on route so that guests can buy their ticket.

The first major stop of the tour is Angkor Thom complex. The guide explains what the guests are about to see; the history, the culture and the religions that were at play. Inside the great walls, guests explore the fascinating beauty of Bayon and the world-famous Ta Prohm (Tomb-Raider) Temple. The vehicle transports guests the short distances between the temples. This will take a few hours.

Next big stop, is to allow guests to enjoy one of the many local restaurants within the Angkor Complex with some tasty Cambodian eats! An option is available for an inclusive 4-course lunch.

The last two stops are at the enormous and beautiful Angkor Wat, followed by a beautiful sunset view from the top of Phnom Bakheng.

The temples on this tour are among the biggest in the Angkor Complex.

Phnom Bakheng has a 300 person limit at the peak, so we limit the number of temples visited to ensure enough time at each marvelous stop!

Note: Good weather conditions and a beautiful sunset cannot be guaranteed. If the skies are significantly cloudy and particularly if it is raining, then climbing the mountain has little benefit and is actually dangerous. In this case, the guide is permitted to cancel the Phnom Bakeng section and replace it with a visit to the Elephant Terrace at Angkor Thom.

Once the sun has set (6:30pm) and guest legs have gone sore, we head back to town. Guests are normally dropped off at their hotel around 7:00pm.

Reviews (147)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Good service from the tour guide!

Our tour guide Mr. Sothea is a very friendly guy, always smiling and he knows how to take good photos of you (he knows panorama technique!). Took lots of time explaining about the history of the temples to us too, most appreciate it although some...More

Thank davkong
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Worth the money!

Solo trip is not an issue since my tour guide really know how to take awesome pictures! This trip is worth every pennies I spent! Love it so much!

Thank makaylamook
Reviewed 1 week ago
Good, but Disappointing in Serious Ways

The temples visited were fantastic! The air-conditioned Minibus was wonderful. But the tour given by the tour guide was seriously flawed. The guide did a wonderful job speaking about himself. Unfortunately, he did not do nearly as well informing us about the sites we visited....More

Thank wijram
Reviewed 1 week ago
We had a private 2

This was great with a great English speaking guide, his knowledge and views imparted was of utmost, help and enlightenment, My friend changed the plans as we went along and the guide humbly obliged, We had fun

Thank Saloshna R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Angkor Wat Day Your

This should be in the top of your must-do list in Siem Riep. There's a lot to cover in just one day but thanks to our very knowledgeable guide Mr Pyyrom who has helped us optimize our experience. It is not easy for a visitor...More

Thank swingering
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travelstomexico
19 September 2018|
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Response from rosel_ganderz | Reviewed this property |
yes... 👍🏻
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jenifgoh2003
1 May 2018|
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yes, all tour buses and tuktuks will stop at the angkor wat conservation area ticket complex for the passengers to personally buy the tickets.
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