- Angkor Wat and Srah Srang can be visited from 5am – 5.30pm, to make it possible for visitors to witness the sunrise;
- Phnom Bakheng and Pre Rup can be visited from 5am – 7pm, to make it possible for visitors to witness both the sunrise and sunset;
The entrance fee to the Angkor Archaeological Park depends on the type of admission pass that you choose. There are 3 types of passes available:
- 1-day pass – US$ 37;
- 3-day pass – US$ 62;
- 7-day pass – US$ 72;
The 3-day pass is valid for 10 days from the issue date, the 7-day pass is valid for 1 month from the issue date. So with both of these passes it’s not necessary to plan your visits on consecutive days.
Good to know is that the entrance fee includes a US$ 2 contribution to the Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospital fund.
Angkor Wat tours can range in price depending on the length of the tour, the type of transportation, and the number of people in the group.
Angkor Wat tours typically last from 4 to 8 hours, depending on the itinerary.
The best time to visit Angkor Wat is early in the morning or late in the afternoon, when the crowds are smaller.
You should wear comfortable shoes and clothing that covers your shoulders and knees.
You should bring sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, water, and a camera.
There are a few rules that you must follow when visiting Angkor Wat, such as no smoking, no littering, and no climbing on the temples.
You can visit Angkor Wat by bus, taxi, tuk-tuk, or bicycle.
You can find more information about Angkor Wat tours online or at your local travel agency.
Here are a few tips for planning an Angkor Wat tour:
* Book your tour in advance, especially if you are traveling during the peak season.
* Choose a tour that fits your budget and interests.
* Pack comfortable shoes, clothing, and sunscreen.
* Bring a hat, sunglasses, water, and a camera.
* Be respectful of the temples and the rules of the park.
* Have fun and enjoy your visit!