Hours & Admission

Angkor Wat Official Ticket Office
The official ticket office for the Angkor Archaeological Park

Unless you are Cambodian, you must possess an admission pass, often called Angkor Pass, to visit the temples in Angkor Archaeological Park. The Angkor Pass is also valid for some other monuments in the Siem Reap area, like Phnom Krom, Wat Athvea, Kbal Spean, Beng Mealea and the Roluos Group.

Where to Buy the Angkor Pass?

The Angkor Pass can be purchased at the official ticket center, located 4 km away from Siem Reap town and open from 4.30am to 5.30pm every day. It is since COVID possible to purchase an Angkor Pass online.

The entrance ticket can be paid in cash (US Dollars, Cambodian Riel, Thai Bath, Euro) or by credit card (Discover, Visa, Mastercard, Union Pay, JCB, Diners Club). An on-site ATM is available to withdraw cash.

You can’t purchase your entrance ticket upfront. Entrance tickets for a one-day visit are issued up to 5pm, tickets issued after 5pm are valid for the next day.

Consult the business directory for more information and the exact location of the Angkor Ticket Office. When you book a taxi or tuk tuk driver for the day, he will bring you to the ticket office before entering the park.

Entrance Fees

The entrance fee to the Angkor Archaeological Park depends on the type of admission pass that you choose. There are 3 types of passes available, the mentioned prices are effective from February 1st, 2017.

  • 1-day pass – US$ 37;
  • 3-day pass – US$ 62;
  • 7-day pass – US$ 72;

The 3-day pass is valid for 10 days from the issue date, the 7-day pass is valid for 1 month from the issue date. So with both of these passes it’s not necessary to plan your visits on consecutive days.

Good to know is that the entrance fee includes a US$ 2 contribution to the Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospital fund.

Visiting Hours

Most of the temples in the park can be visited from 7.30am – 5.30pm, but there are exceptions:

  • Angkor Wat and Srah Srang can be visited from 5am – 5.30pm, to make it possible for visitors to witness the sunrise;
  • Phnom Bakheng and Pre Rup can be visited from 5am – 7pm, to make it possible for visitors to witness both the sunrise and sunset;

Good to Know

  • Admission passes are not refundable.
  • Passes bought online can be use as soft copy (photo on smartphone).
  • Admission passes are not transferable. The pass owner’s name and photo are printed on the ticket.
  • Children under 12 years old are not required to purchase an entrance ticket. A passport needs to be shown as proof.
  • The admission fee does not include special permits for commercial picture taking or film shooting.
  • The admission fee is non-negotiable. There are no discounts for groups.
  • Phnom Kulen National Park cannot be visited with an Angkor Pass. It requires a separate admission pass.
  • Koh Ker temples also require a separate admission pass, which costs US$ 10.

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  1. My wife and I will be staying in Siem Reap for 10 nights in November/ December 2018 and intend to buy a 7 day Angkor Wat Admission pass. Can someone please tell me:
    Can I buy the 7 day pass the day before I first want to visit the temples or does the day we buy the pass have to be our first days visit?
    Do I have to go back to the ticket office each day to get the ticket validated for that day or are they validated for each day when one enters a temple?
    The ticket office looks large with many paying counters. Is the a particular counter to buy a 7 day ticket? If so can you tell me the number of the counter I need to head for?
    Thanks for your help

    • Hi, I think it’s possible to buy the pass up front, but there’s really no need. It shouldn’t take more than 5 to 10 minutes to purchase the pass, especially the 7 day pass, which is available from a different counter than the 1 day pass (the most popular one). I don’t know the counter number, but it’s very easy to find as there will be a sign saying “7 day pass” with the price in USD. Once purchased, there’s no need to go back to the ticket office. Your pass will be validated at the check point every time you enter the park (and at most major temples).

  2. I’ll arrived at SR at 22:45 and with have only the next day to see the temples. Can I purchase in the morning for the same day a pass for a single day?
    Not sure what I read here:
    You can’t purchase your entrance ticket upfront. Entrance tickets for a one-day visit are issued up to 5pm, tickets issued after 5pm are valid for the next day.

    • Hi, it’s not yet possible to buy your tickets online. Angkor Enterprise is currently working on an online system, which should be ready later this year. At the moment, you can only buy your tickets at the Angkor Ticket Office, upon entering the park. You can either pay in cash or with credit card. As for your second question, yes, it’s possible to visit some temples, leave the park and return afterwards. Your ticket is valid for the whole day. Have a great trip!

  3. Hi, I have a question regarding one day ticket. I’m going to have a very limited time to see Angkor, I will be at the ticket center one day at 5pm an I have time to visit up do 1pm next day. I would like to use bike to see at least a part of the temples. If I would buy one day ticket after 5pm of the first day would it let me to use it at the same day till the dawn and at the next day from the morning till 1pm?
    Thanks in advance for you help

    • Hi Lukasz, yes you can enter the park after 5pm with a valid ticket for the next day. But it’s important to know that (with the exception of Pre Rup and Phnom Bakheng), most temples close at 5.30pm. This is strictly enforced at Angkor Wat, at other temples the security is usually more flexible.

  4. Hi. I have a question about the 3 day pass, can I buy it a day in advance? And if I buy it after 5pm the previous day can I also enter the park on the same day when the ticket was bought to see the sunset (as with the 1 day admission ticket?). Thank you for your help

  5. You stated that we can go in at Angkor Wat at 5pm with passes for the next day. you also said the angkor wat strictly closes at 5:30 pm. When you say it closes, do you mean that everyone in the angkor wat should leave or they just stop letting people in at 5:30 pm (where the people inside can stay till 6pm or whenever the sunset is)?

    • Yes, from 5.30pm visitors can not enter the temple grounds anymore. The security staff will also request the people inside to leave. This can take a while, so usually it’s still possible to stay until 6pm. The best sunset spots at Angkor Wat are outside the temple walls. So there’s not really an issue to witness the sunset.

  6. Hi, I bought the 3 day pass two days ago. But I now realize that I need more than three days to see the temples. Can I extend the three day pass to seven days by paying the surplus of 10 dollars? I would not like to buy a second three day pass because this would be too expensive. Kind regards

  7. Hi,
    I am planning to visit in first week of November with my mother who is on wheelchair and a 6 months baby. Is the Park friendly for people on wheel chair. Does park also provide wheel chair service. If so – is it charged. With my group age range in mind. What all places can you suggest that we can visit in a day.