Angkor Wat Trip

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Angkor Wat Trip Service
Jeep Explorer - Siem Reap
Dinning - Siem Reap





     In the morning, a nice jeep with a driver is ready for you to depart from hotel to explore Angkor Complex. First, we will head past Preah Khan’s west gate then follow the signs down a track to the village of Nokor Krao and travel about 3 km along the village path to see Banteay Thom temple. The journey to see this untouched temple would take approximately half an hour.

Afterward, we have a short stop at a second temple and drive to the west site of Preah Khan. Here, we shall walk along the trail and enter through the west gate to see this temple.

Continue the journey to Ta Nei, a small hidden temple located deep in the jungle, about 200m from East Baray. This temple was built by King Jayavarman VII in the 12th century to dedicate to Buddhism. Because of abandonment and nature, tree roots spilt open the temple stone, and jungle flora sprawls out across the temple grounds, making it become a truly “ruined” ruin. Take your time to shoot as many photos as possible before we procedd to have lunch at Srah Srang.

Afternoon, we visit Taprohm Monastery in a devouring jungle, where famous Tom Raider movie was filmed. Return to town and enjoy relaxation the rest of the day.

Tour Cost
One Jeep for 02 people: US$120/day
Included services:
  • English speaking tour guide 
  • Jeep and driver
  • Gasoline 
  • Cold water + towel
Excluded services:
  • One day temple pass (US$37/person), free for a child under 12 years old