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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What you read and hear about Angkor Wat is true. Scale of this magnificent architecture marvel has to be seen to have an appreciation of human skill and engineering. Try to begin early in the morning considering you have to buy tickets from one corner...More

Thank 927vipulk
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The sheer scale of Angkor Wat is mind blowing. The fact that it took an estimated 300,000 workers 30 years to create this temple complex beggars belief. Just the digging of the moat surrounding the temple buildings must have taken an army of workers..then there...More

Thank Mike R
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Angkor Wat blows my mind. Even though it is usually busy with tourists, there is a sense of peace and wonder when you visit. The enormity and beauty of the temple is astounding. Definitely put this on your to do list!

Thank Lana2230
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We wish that we could spend longer time here. Amazing! Many temples with different architecture and style. Should go with a guide for more information

Thank bruce a
Reviewed yesterday

This is the temple whose its trees are famous on the Internet. I was very impressed by its trees. The nature has taken over its original states which look a movie set.

Thank Thansy R
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Everything has already been said about this and the other temple sites but it is truly inspiring. Just a warning, the crowds are epic and the hawkers, are truly persistent.

Thank Colin A
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Really must be seen. The entire area is amazing. You need a good guide and much better in small group. We went as a couple. Huge numbers of tourist groups so be prepared to wait for your holiday snaps. Queue to third floor 2 hours...More

Thank jaycd2016
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Not to miss in Siem Reap Reason to visit But go early sunrise when cooler Jungle climb can be brutal on non natives

Thank Ron S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

First of all Siem Reap is just an amazing place. A cool relaxed vibe here compared to even Chiang Mai. There are so many ways to see the Angkor Temples with Angkor Watt being just one of many. You can hire a driver in an...More

Thank chukchuk
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A wonderful site quite awe inspiring. Worth arriving early as got very busy late morning and avoid que for photo passes.

Thank David M
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Response from anupriya_singhal | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I don’t know about that. I guess they should
11 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.