We will pick you up from centrally located hotels at 4am am accompanied by your local guide.
We start our tour with a visit to Angkor Wat temple , the most famous and best-preserved of all temples within the Angkor archeological park Break fast in front of angkor wat to regain your energy then continue to Angkor Thom, visiting the very photogenic South Gate of Angkor Thom City, where the gods and demons line the road leading to the gate, struggling in a cosmic tug-of-war, the Gate itself is crowned with four large faces facing ,
. Then we visit Ta Prom, the most picturesque and attractive ruins taken over by jungle and big trees overgrown its structure. It is also known as the Tomb Raider temple, which was made famous by Angelina Jolie, of course. Feel like one of the early explorers as you visit this temple which has been left to be reclaimed by the jungle and then we will end by phnom bakheng hill for the sun set ,
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Transport by air-conditioned minivan
What to Expect
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product
Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument in the world, and the world's most famous sunrise. It is an astonishingly large and ambitious complex symbolising the power and majesty of the ancient Angkor civilisation.
Angkor Thom was the latter capital of the Angkor Empire. The road takes us through the famous South Gate, lined with gods and demons locked in an eternal tug-of-war. The temple of Bayon at the centre of the site is lined with countless beatific carved faces, gazing eternally at the surrounding forest.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Ta Prohm, National Road #6 Angkor Archaeological Park, Siem Reap 17252 Cambodia
Ta Prohm is a picturesque and attractive ruin partially retaken by jungle. It is also known as 'the Tomb Raider temple', made famous by Angelina Jolie in the 2001 film.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Banteay Srei, Siem Reap Cambodia
Banteay Srei is a miniature temple in much better condition than most in Angkor. It received extensive restoration after it was 'rediscovered' in the early 20th century, including many elements being rebuilt with original materials. As such it provides an excellent insight into how many of the other Angkor temples might have looked when originally built (albeit smaller and without paint).