Angkor Wat Temples & Tonle Sap Sunset Boat Cruise
We'll focus on the most important temples of Angkor Wat and Ta Phrom, so you can capture the highlights of this amazing temple complex that was built, used and then mysteriously abandoned by the Khmer civilization. To reward yourself after a long day of cultural and historical learning, we'll take a private boat and cruise Tonle Sap lake with (included) local beer to refresh yourself from the dusty and sweat of what is sure to be a day that you'll remember forever.
Visit the breath-taking Angkor Wat temple complex.
Discover the fabulous jungle temple of Ta Phrom.
Complete your Angkor temple highlights with visits to Bayon, Baphuon, the Terrace of Elephants and the Leper King.
Cruise the Tonle Sap on a private local boat at sunset and enjoy the local beer.
Up to 16 travelers may book this trip. This trip departs with a minimum of 2 travelers.
|Trip Length:||1 Day(s) 0 Night(s)|
Adults: to years of age
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Transportation: Tuk-Tuk from Siem Reap Hotel to Angkor Wat Compound
Miscellaneous: Tonle Sap Entrance Fees, English-speaking guide
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Travel Insurance (Compulsory)
Tips & Gratuities
Compulsory & Peak Season Surcharges
Angkor Wat Entrance Fee (expect to pay approximately $37 per person for a single-day ticket, The entrance fee to Angkor Wat is subject to change without prior notice.)
Depart at 7:30 from your hotel by tuk-tuk to reach the Angkor compound just outside Siem Reap. The Angkor Archaeological Park is visually, architecturally and artistically breathtaking and one of the most important archaeological sites in South-East Asia and the world. Stretching over 400 square km., including forested area, the park contains the magnificent remains of the capitals of the Khmer Empire, from the 9th to the 15th century. You could spend weeks exploring the ruins, but we’ll focus on the highlights.
Angkor Wat is one of mankind’s greatest achievements, and the intricate carvings at the temple of Angkor Wat demonstrate the skill of the Khmer builders. It was constructed in the jungle in the early 12th century, then - two centuries later - was mysteriously abandoned by the Khmer civilization. Now Angkor Wat is the main reason tourists visit Cambodia.
After Angkor Wat, we’ll head to the fabulous jungle temple of Ta Prohm. After Ta Prohm, you will visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom where you can choose to take a leisurely one kilometer walk along the wall and through the jungle to a hidden temple. We’ll then visit the temples of Bayon, Baphuon and the Terrace of Elephants and the Leper King.
To relax after a day of temple exploration, we’ll head to Tonle Sap Lake - the largest freshwater body in all Southeast Asia, to enjoy a sunset river cruise with local beer included! After a day of exploring, feel free to relax or head out for dinner.
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