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Angkor Wat Admission Ticket
from US$55.00*
Angkor Wat Admission Ticket
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Angkor Thom, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Reviewed today via mobile

This temple will blow your mind. Personally I liked this one more than ankor wat. Everything about this temple is amazing. Must visit.

Thank Subash A
Reviewed today via mobile

I think this building is built in 12th century and still it remains.Its a good place to visit in siem reap.

Thank 26sameerak
Reviewed yesterday

It’s a beautiful place. There are a lot of beautiful carvings and so many beautiful things to take a picture of. So nice! Worth every penny spent

Thank johanlumag
Reviewed yesterday

Another amazing temple to visit whilst in Siem Reap, loved the fig trees growing around the site. The face sculptures were something to see, especially getting a photo of the Buddha kiss. Very serene place to just simply sit and relax to take in the...More

Thank JeanLatch
Reviewed yesterday

Enjoyed the trip here , it was just amazing how well it had survived, go early before all the coaches get there.

Thank 1266ali
Reviewed yesterday

It's incredible that numerous Western travelers appear to not value seeing a lot of Asian travelers come to think about the temples! I should claim that these Asian travelers have much more right to be here not knowing they are located really far. It is...More

Thank Kayla S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Bayon temple is the second temple that I visited after Angkor wat. And it's so beautiful. I also love it.

Thank heranindya k
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The first temple we went to and just the size and the surroundings is breathtaking . Be prepared to pay $37 US dollars to enter the area of Angkor Wat

Thank Spaceboots
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I have been here for many times in mostly with my friends . We come for work and holiday too . I always ride a bicycle to see the the temple in the evening . The weather was very nice with a sweet warm. All...More

Thank Vireak C
Reviewed 2 days ago

So much ancient craftsmanship went into this place - you just have to stop and stare at the sheer scale of it all. There is too much detail to see in one visit actually. Unfortunately we scheduled too little time in Siem Reap so we...More

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January 26, 2018|
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Response from JScottie | Reviewed this property |
It is not far from Siem Reap. When you buy a ticket for Angkor Wat, $37 US, it includes admission to the Bayon. We booked our trip at tourist information.
April 26, 2016|
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Response from Bruce L | Reviewed this property |
This sad story is all over the web. An elephant used for tourist rides has died of exhaustion at Angkor. As this is clearly not an issue of travel and tourism, but one of animal welfare and animal rights, I don't understand... More
December 6, 2015|
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Response from siriVVut | Reviewed this property |
You can buy it at the official ticket center, which located on the way from downtown to Angkor, on Charles de Gaulle st. You have to take a Tuk Tuk there. It will be on your right side. If you want to start using it from... More