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Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

Phuket, Thailand
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Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

Been searching for hours and still do not sure what would be the best option to explore anchor wat area.

We been looking at doing it with a guided pushbike tour and even a guided tour in a tuk tuk.

we will be in SR in end of the month.

Do anyone out there have recommendations of what would be the best way? Think the pushbike sounds great, none of the company we seen have a lots of reviews and that make us "worry"

hope maybe someone can give us some advise

thanks and looking forward to end of the month.

Lotta

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1. Re: Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

To be perfectly honest it would be tough on a push bike! As you walk around the temples and it's about a 6 k ride out from Siem Reap depending on where you are staying! I know I'd be exhausted by the time l got there! But if you are used to push biking then go for it.

For me it is a Tuk Tuk for sure, they drop you where you need to start pick you up where you finish.

Kurashiki, Japan
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2. Re: Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

Tuk-tuk, for sure.

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3. Re: Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

Tuk Tuk & Bike both are very best way

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4. Re: Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

Alright tuk tuk it will be then.

thanks

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5. Re: Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

Is a tuk tuk advisable over a car?

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6. Re: Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

For the main Angkor Park, tuk-tuk or car is more of a personal choice. Obviously a car will be much more comfortable on the road and generally a little airconditioned respite between temples can be a great relief for most. However, the car of course will be a little more expensive - it depends on your budget and personal comfort.

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7. Re: Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

Take a tuk-tuk, much better experience than going in a car & you cool down with the breeze between Temples.

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8. Re: Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

The breeze feels divine when riding in a tuk-tuk! Save the car for far-off temples or daytrips.

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9. Re: Best way to explore anchor wat, tuk tuk or pushbike?

Late response, but tuk tuk over a car or bike for sure! Tuk tuk gives you a better feel for the country and temples. People complain about being dusty and hot, but it is not true. You are dusty already from walking around the temples and the breeze from the tuk tuk feels amazing. Plus if you got a great driver, like we did, you will have ice cold water and cold towels to wipe your face with. Do the temples right and get a tuk tuk!

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