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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent visit, definitely worth your time and money. Absolutely fascinating! Just hard work in hot weather. Try going early in the morning. So much to learn and appreciate.

Thank Roger P
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was amazing! The carvings and art on the walls were just breath taking. We did the sunrise trip and it was just spectacular!

Thank JPADUA82
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We booked a tuk tuk for two full days to take us around the temples so we wouldn’t have to walk to each one. We also got a book ahead of time where it lists all he temples, bios and pics. We found this useful in picking which ones we wanted to visit. Make sure you negotiate a clear price with the tuk tuk driver. It was extremely hot so make sure you bring lots of water and sunscreen. Also keep in mind you have to wear appropriate clothing. Overall, all of the temples were historically beautiful and such. An amazing experience to see.

Thank Kelly D
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Located simply north of Siem Reap, Cambodia in which five star accommodations are many, this early temple is, by itself, well worth a transpacific flight. We'd been there 5 years earlier, once the crowds weren't so pervasive, though the temperatures were a lot more oppressive. Lost for generations until found by the French within the 1800s, it absolutely was the middle of a powerful empire which failed and faded away. The structure and also detailed stone carvings are impressive. Plan to invest a minimum of three times in Siem Reap to find out the other significant ruins in the region.

Thank Corene D
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Cambodia’s National Emblem. A wonderful experience at sunrise. Walking through the temple and looking at the outstanding rock wall reliefs will stay with me forever.

Thank James M
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