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Angkor Wat

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Siem Reap 243001, Cambodia
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed October 16, 2011

Found it hard to get any specific advice on Tripadvisor re best length of time to visit Seam Reap and the temples. We had 3 nights, 2.5 days. Would have to say the town of Seam Reap is nothing notable and would not be on...More

94  Thank Myclare
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed October 15, 2014 via mobile

The temple gets a 5/5, one of the world's great marvels emerging from the jungle and lovingly restored mostly by western agencies. The 1/5 is for the appalling, thieving management that runs this place. Not an unusual complaint, pretty much the standard top attraction business...More

29  Thank Kevin P
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Reviewed today via mobile

Amazing siem reap & angkor wat. The weather was so perfect. I love the culture, the people and the foods too 💖

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Reviewed today via mobile

Angkor Wat was the reason I came to Siem Reap and I was not disappointed. The 3 day pass would be the best option, you get to see the different sites at a more leisurely pace, do half days and still see it all or...More

Thank taniat187
Reviewed today via mobile

Our tuk tuk driver drove us early in the morning (5am) from our hotel to the ticket office. You pay 30$ for a one day ticket, a photo is made and printed on your vistors pass that you need to show at each temple. When...More

Thank robstar101
Reviewed today via mobile

I thoroughly enjoyed my trip here even with all the crowds, vendors trying to sell me random stuff, and tour guides harassing me besides that I had a very positive experience would recommend to anyone thinking of going to just go.

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Reviewed yesterday

I don't know that I have anything unique to say about Angkor Wat that hasn't already been said by everyone else in the reviews. Go...wear a breathable t-shirt and long pants...get a guide...watch the sunset!!

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The overwhelming number of reviews focus on this incredible archaeological site. I am now 61 and in good health other 5han being a bit undertall for my weight with the usual aches and pains that come with this. My wife had the second knee replacement...More

Thank theflyingdoctor
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Everyone who visits siem reap is only coming for this. Pure magic. We went 8:15 in the morning and it was already full. Be prepared for the big Chinese groups who have the tour guide shouting through a microphone to everyone. Killed the vibe a...More

Thank V_2020
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

You you are coming to see the temples in Siem Reap you must pay for the sunrise tour. It is breathtaking to watch the sun come up over the temple. The best idea is to get your tickets at the gate the day before between...More

Thank rawl28ta
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Not a fan of tourist areas but angkor wat is an exemption just amazing we went for the sunrise trip it was very busy but upon walking youll just be amazed on how this wonderful creations are. It was inspired by the indians and the...More

Thank leegraceee
Reviewed yesterday

I'm not sure seeing the sun rise was a must-do. But the Temple is less crowded first thing in the morning, and it's always hot and humid in Cambodia. We had a guide provided by our hotel, $35 for about four hours and two temples.

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Sarah E
October 12, 2018|
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Response from AmyR3866 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are several wide steps onto the entry walkway and a long boardwalk up to Angkor entrance. The main site is viewable from the park area. Also our guide took us to the rear entrance down a dirt road almost up to the... More
September 18, 2018|
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Response from Okor | Reviewed this property |
If you will have luck for nice weather you shall have a good times there
Kerrie O
September 10, 2018|
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Response from Tilly P | Reviewed this property |
We did not get a guide, preferring to free range. There is no way you can do the sites justice by doing three in one day, at the most I would say 2 in a day and depending on how how much you want to see, get a 7 day pass... More