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Angkor Thom, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Reviewed yesterday

This was the first temple we visited and we appreciated the enormous facial carvings and variety of levels which made it interesting. Lots of uneven ground and stairs to climb so wear appropriate shoes. Our passes were checked at the entrance. Our tuk tuk driver...More

Thank memee08
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

While the temple was beautiful and very instagram worthy, the nearby elephants rides really put me off- please don’t support elephant rides! They are cruel and abusive to the beautiful animals and need to be a thing of the past. Was extremely disappointed to see...More

Thank Tia G
Reviewed yesterday

Our guide told us the faces with the biggest smiles were the highest ranking. Interesting history and great photos.

Thank triharder9990
Reviewed yesterday

This temple, although much smaller than Angkor Wat, to my mind was more impressive for the detail of the carvings. There are 54 columns with carvings on all 4 sides depicting the image of Buddha combined with that of a Khmer king, each with different...More

Thank Tom T
Reviewed yesterday

I'm lucky enough to have visited the Angkor Wat complex twice, and aside from the most famous temple, this one is my favourite. The faces are so cool and the design of the temple is pretty unique.

Thank Henry B
Reviewed yesterday

Again, get a guide - they will help you take photos, and explain the history, give you a real understanding of everything.

Thank Leo L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

There is a suggested route but you can drop in an out to wander over into other passage ways and corners. You can get a real feel for this place, it's reliefs and statues.

Thank E8887TZmartinp
Reviewed 2 days ago

At first i would recommend fellow travellers to hire a guide because there was so information and interesting fact regarding walls carving , apsaras and one would miss it .architcture and carving were mindblowing , perfect for photography . wear comfort shoes and dress .

Thank Amy D
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

You could spend so much time at this place exploring the incredibly detailed carvings on the walls. They expand around the temple and really tell a story. The top of the temple has huge buddha faces. It was hard to move up there as it...More

Thank Triantiwontigongolope
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This temple has many Buddha faces that make great photo ops. It also has astounding wall with intricate carvings. It is good to have a guide who can explain the story the wall is telling. There are lots of steps to wear your sturdy shoes....More

Thank dixiepeach
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April 27, 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
December 7, 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
August 18, 2015|
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Response from Chin V | Reviewed this property |
So far what I know is that all hotel provide free wifi. You can also buy SIM card very cheap.