Recommended tours

Depending on how many days you have availble to explore the Angkor Archaeological Park, you need to make a decision on which temples to visit. Make the best out of your trip to Angkor by following one of our recommended tours. 

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Angkor: small circuit and grand circuit

The small circuit tour

The grand circuit tour

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One day / 20 $ entrance ticket

If you only have one day to visit the Angkor Archaeological Park, you need to purchase a one day temple pass for US$20. To get most out of your day, it's recommended to wake up early and experience the sunrise at Angkor Wat, after which you can spend some more time to visit this magnificent temple. At this time of day, it's still quiet and peaceful to wander around and make some nice pictures. Before lunchtime, the overgrown temple of Ta Prohm should be on your list. Most people know this temple from the famous Tomb Raider movie, featuring the beautiful Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft. After a late lunch, you can continue with visiting the impressive Angkor Thom with the richly decorated Bayon temple in its center. Try to make some nice snapshots of the numerous stone faces in the late afternoon sunlight, a featured for which Bayon is renowned. And finally, before dark, it's time to head to Phnom Bakheng to catch the sunset from its top and complete your day of temple hopping. 

Two-Three days / 40 $ entrance ticket

Most travellers choose to spend two or three days visiting the Angkorian temples. With a three day temple pass, you can visit all the majors temples in the area of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom in an easy pace. In addition, you will also have time to visit the Roluos Group and Banteay Srei, also known as the Citadel of the Women. And if you like to strech your legs to see some of the park's natural beauty, then you can make a trip to the River of a Thousand Lingas at Kbal Spean.

One week / 60 $ entrance ticket

When you have one week or more available, you can study the temples in much more detail and return regularly to your favourite spots. It is often surprising to see the temples in different shades of light. The advantage of choosing for a seven-day temple pass is that you don't need to use your pass on seven consecutively days. Instead it's ok to use your pass on seven random days within a one-month period. So, you can visit some other sightseeing spots (or just relax at a swimming pool) in between your temple visits. The burning sun can be really exhausting and there's so much more to see in Siem Reap besides temples!

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