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Angkor Thom (angkor = city, thom = great) is a new royal city location built by king Jayavarman VII around 12-13AD. Previous location was at Angkor Wat, few kilometres south from here. The city is surrounded by 8 metres walls, and around the walls theres...More
Rent a bike or another kind of ride and make up your own route. Even the smaller tours have all the same destinations so you are most likely to share this place with hundreds of other tourists. We loved it but should have come here...More
When people says they were in Angkor, or in Angkor Wat, they mean different sites of Angkor Thom. This describes a collection of many different and famous temples, palaces and places, one of the biggest cities of their time. It is a very touristic place...More
Had a collection of ruins. Proximal to Bayon Temple is another temple complex you can see from the road with a very long bass elephant gallery. STOP. GET OFF. AND EXPLORE this complex. It is stunning. Start early in the morning for your temple run...More
Rising out of a misty plain, 216 enormous stone faces smile at you. Each one different, yet, thematically, similar, all with mysterious smiles. One of the spookiest, coolest places on Earth, Angkor Thom (IMHO) totally exceeds its more famous cousin, Angkor Wat, as the top...More
If you want to go to Angkor Thom from Siem Reap airport, it could be about 45 minutes to one hour depending on traffic and your transportation. But before you can go to Angkor Thom you would have to go to the ticket center... More
If you want to go to Angkor Thom from Siem Reap airport, it could be about 45 minutes to one hour depending on traffic and your transportation. But before you can go to Angkor Thom you would have to go to the ticket center (not in Angkor Thom) to buy your admission tickets. The gatekeepers at Angkor Thom will be looking for it. I hope this helps.