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Reviewed today via mobile

As everyone will tell, this temple is a must see! Of course the area is crowded with tourists, but it is manageable when you do your private tour with a guide. We strolled through the temple only meeting the crowds on the must-see and best...More

Thank FranziParis_12
Reviewed today

Try to get as early as you can the place gets really crowded. But then again you have to wait for the sunrise even thou your there early so what we did was to skip the sunrise tour on the first day and focused on...More

Thank ivanjanire
Reviewed today

Get there as soon after the sun rise as you can. While others go back to the hotels....stay on and until about 9.30 you will have a lot more space and freedom to move about.

Thank niamhboylan2
Reviewed yesterday

This is the beautiful place and worth to visit! The fee now is increasing 37$/ 1 pax! When you go there! Remember to wear long clothes!

Thank Ngoc Huyen L
Reviewed yesterday

The temple itself has a massive vista as you approach it. We came from the back entry and so it had less people and were able to climb up the very steep almost 75 degree angle stairs. apparently the 37 steps are the way to...More

Thank unagiichi
Reviewed yesterday

We arranged a private tour with a guide and taxi to take us round the different temples (easily arrangeable from your hotel). This was great and very affordable and gave us a good insight into the temples which we would not have had if we...More

Thank Travellingcatcatcat
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Firstly it is a hugely busy tourist attraction so if you are OK with crowds, queuing and loud tourists then go. Otherwise I’d buy a postcard. If you go, make sure you get a tour guide who can speak your language & can provide you...More

Thank Neil F
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Anything which was made centuries ago has to give you goose bumps, and this was no different, the walk on the river over the water and the gorgeous lord Vishnu statue at the main entrance and your return on $37 is complete. Mind blowing.

Thank rajeshtrips
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited Anghkor Wat this November and note that there are alot of different building styles with in the temple complexes. Really a must visit if you are in Cambodja. We did the small and large temple tour by tuktuk. We booked via our hotel...More

Thank Yorick_Jansen
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Angkor Wat is just astounding and amazing! The Khmer architecture is great as visible in the temple's design. Best to visit during summer time if you want to catch the famour sunrise reflection.

Thank monyekalakwatsera
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Response from anupriya_singhal | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I don’t know about that. I guess they should
12 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.