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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you're in siem reap then of course it's a must see. It's so big and vast it's fun to explore. Only everyone like myself - wants to stop people from moving to take pics which is understandable. personally, the best picture is from afar...More

Thank LiReverie
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Can see why this is regarded a world heritage place absolutely stunning make sure you take plenty Of water as it can be a long day the only downside is the hawkers trying to sell you everything

Thank Jockboy23
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

One of my most places I have visited. I was here 20 years ago. It's good to see the improvements but with that comes more tourists

Thank JeffStookey
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Angkor is a great heritage, and it's really worth to visit at least once if you visit Cambodia. However, be careful of the sunlight and hotness, you may need sufficient water and protection to your skin. I got headache after hours of walk. In general,...More

Thank Cecilia C
Reviewed yesterday

This amazing temple complex, built in the 11th century to honor Shiva, is one of the most amazing ruins I have seen, comparable to Machu Picchu in Peru or the Mayan temples in Mexico and Guatemala. It is beautiful from a distance (get a photo...More

Thank Steve G
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited this place in 5 different trips. It still amazes me. The most iconic photo opportunity is right in front of the reflecting pools at the front.

Thank ChaseHK
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

You can't come to Cambodia and not visit here. Although we felt the ticket price was a little steep, you really get to appreciate the temple close up. We arranged a tour with our tuk tuk driver who took us to the ticket place (separate...More

Thank Ben S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Highly recommend this place but take sunblock and umbrella very hot buy totally worth it It takes at least half a day and hire a guid. There so much into it than just a temple the guid will explain it to you so you understand...More

Thank tealicious
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The 2nd last the Wonders of the World in my bucket list. Footprints already left on Leaning Tower of Pisa, Great Pyramids of Giza, Great Wall of China, Colosseum, Borobodor, and finally Angkor Wat. Only Taj Mahal remains. With the new 7 Wonders of the...More

Thank Darren C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I visited 3 times in mid November, once at sunset, and twice at sunrise. I strongly suggest splitting your visit into an early one and a late one. The towers look magnificent in the late afternoon "magic hour",and the sunset from the third level can...More

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Response from anupriya_singhal | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I don’t know about that. I guess they should
11 October 2017|
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Response from alceLisbon_Portugal | Reviewed this property |
Sim é verdade. Para entrar nos templos é preciso calaças ou calções que tapem os joelhos. as senhoras tem que levar os ombros tapados e nada de decotes.
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Response from LSUdad4 | Reviewed this property |
No. And please consider the health and treatment of any elephants being provided to tourists for rides anywhere in the region.