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Address: Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Half-Day Bike Tour from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat
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Private Tour: Angkor Wat and The Royal Temples Full-Day Tour from Siem Reap
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Private Tour: Angkor Wat Ancient Temples Full-Day Tour from Siem Reap

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Sunrise was a little crowded, but beautiful and well worth it!

We went on the sunrise tour, so we left our hotel at 5 am and traveled to the temple to watch the sun come up. There were people there even earlier than us sitting waiting, so we... read more

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Sydney, Canada
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We went on the sunrise tour, so we left our hotel at 5 am and traveled to the temple to watch the sun come up. There were people there even earlier than us sitting waiting, so we had to squeeze our way in to find a good spot to take pictures. Might want to bring a snack or something this... More 

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London, United Kingdom
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To really get the most of the area you really need a few days, more so if you are in to your photography. It does get very busy and the Chinese do seem to like push and shove more then us British. I would do this as part of a tour or hire a push bike.

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Inverness, United Kingdom
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You just have to go if you are in Cambodja. Give the tempels a three day tour with guide. Go with Tuk-Tuk

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Sydney, Australia
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We had a guide take us to Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom and Ta Prohm. It is worthwhile having a guide to explain the symbols depicted in the temples. The whole experience was fascinating. Just remember no matter what time of day you go, there will be lots of other tourists and plenty of opportunists looking to sell you food, drinks... More 

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Ankor wat is amazing, a milenar City with many temples, you will walk all day, normally in a very hot day, but it worth.

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This temple is absolutely huge. It looks stunning reflecting in the water. We climbed to the top and it was worth it for the view. This is an absolute must.

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Sydney, Australia
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Just visited Angkor Wat easy to see why such a world renowned temple to experience. The detail and beauty is breathtaking and you need a good couple of hours to take in this vast complex. I recommended a tour guide as I found out a lot more than I thought I knew about the temple origins and design. The cost... More 

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The photos you see just don't prepare you for the awesomeness of this historical site. We did a private cycling tour so approached it from a small track in the jungle woods across the bridge so you see it before you see the mass of people. Having a private guide is well worth it to understand the history of the... More 

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Macmasters Beach, Australia
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While a huge monument Angkor Wat is not my favourite temple. It covers a huge area and comfy shoes are the key to being comfortable. We arrived just before 5am to watch the sunrise and was a tad dissappointing as not the best of sunrises. Take a torch as very dsrk finding your way frim car park to lake. Take... More 

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Go for the sunrise! Don't miss that opportunity. As the light rises over the Wat, it's walls come alive. Say you did that on your trip!

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