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Reviewed yesterday

A really magical place. Definitely worthy of any bucket list. The temple is pretty well preserved and you can really get a sense of what it was like when it was inhabited. You could spend hours walking through the corridors and looking at the stone...More

Thank Sally T
Reviewed yesterday

Entrance fee was USD 37 for one day tour (price hike a few months ago), scheduled for a sunrise tour (to our disappointment there was no sunrise - rained the same morning), be early as lots of tourists waiting to get a good picture so...More

Thank debssy88
Reviewed yesterday

Unless you are a history lover, one day pass is enough. You can visit the most important temples in that time.

Thank mlynarek
Reviewed yesterday

This is a must see, get up early and try and catch the sunset over the temples, arriving early also helps avoid the rush of crowds

Thank CityTraveller86
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We travelled from our hotel by tuk tuk at 4.30am to arrive at Angkor Wat in plenty of time to see the sunrise. We stopped off on the way to buy our temple pass $37US per adult for one day - big queues which is...More

Thank Mr_Mrs_Melbourne
Reviewed 2 days ago

The national temple. Very crowded but a must see nonetheless. I had a tour guide with me - very good to learn all the details as it is large.

Thank akomnat
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A must see here in Siem Reap but at 37 USD per person a bit outrageous. When going to buy tickets, you can see how they paid for all the nice new government buildings in the area. I suppose it's a must do, but at...More

Thank nomad127
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I did the mistake of visiting Angkor Wat on a Sunday, a holy day, which meant the uppermost part of the temple was closed. It was a bit of a disappointment not being able to climb up and see the view. In whole the Angkor...More

Thank Linnéa S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A must to visit when traveling to Cambodia. We went in the off season which made it less crowded. We took a guide booked through the hotel though it seems that there are plenty of guides there and recommend to get one.

Thank rjaetravel
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I guess all I can say is amazing!!!! You must wear clothes that cover shoulders and knees - scarf not acceptable. A photographers dream. Beautiful place. Go in the morning less crowded but if you want better photos afternoon as the sun in a different...More

Thank vickibee32
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Helga G
July 13, 2017|
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Response from Dennis N | Reviewed this property |
pay the little extra money and get a car. you will appreciate the sir conditioning, cold bottled water and best of all the wet towels kept in ice. you will be sweating after 5 mins of walking.
Yash P
July 6, 2017|
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Response from Joe C | Reviewed this property |
Wearing sandals os fine. Not a short skirt above knees, or a singlet or top that shows your cleavage. T shirt is fine, blouse.
Yash P
July 6, 2017|
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Response from Michael M | Reviewed this property |
I would wear something light and airy. Most temples sit on huge open acres of land and if you go on a day where the skies are clear, the sun can be brutal. Best piece of advice is to bring drinking water, an umbrella and... More