Angkor Wat Small Circuit Tour

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This is one of the most popular temple tours. Get to see the world-famous Angkor Wat and other popular temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park.

 Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, South Gate, Bayon, Baphuon, the Royal Palace, the Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace of the Leper King, Ta Prohm, Banteay Kdei.

Tour Duration: 1 Day

Tour Type: Private Tour

Pick-Up Time: 08:00

Tour Code: AD7

Tour Description

We’ll start this tour just after you’ve eaten breakfast around 8am in the morning. The tour starts with Angkor Wat. This stunning temple is still the world’s largest religious monument and it’s breath-taking. As you walk through the main entrance, the three large towers appear over the horizon. We’ll learn the history and depict some of the carvings along the way.

 After we’ve explored the vast corridors of Angkor Wat, we’ll head over to the ancient city known as Angkor Thom. Here you will get to see some stunning temples. We’ll enter the city through the South Gate and go to see another popular tour on this circuit, the Bayon.

 We’ll also go to see Baphuon, the Royal Palace, the Terrace of the Elephants, and the Terrace of the Leper King.

 Then, it’s off to the famous “Tomb Raider” temple known as Ta Prohm. This is a very popular temple with visitors as it was used in the set for Angelina Joile’s movie, Tomb Raider. Finally, we’ll stop to see Banteay Kdei which translates into English as “A Citadel of Chambers”.

 After the tour, we’ll take you safely back to your hotel or drop you off anywhere in Siem Reap town.

Tour Notes

We’ll be out in the open for a lot of the day, so make sure you bring sunscreen.

One-Day Angkor Pass required – $37 per person.


English-Speaking Tour Guide, Transportation, Bottled Water.

Not Included

Angkor Pass, Food and Drinks except for Water, Accommodation.


Price Per Group

Group of 1 – 3 people = $69 USD

Group of 4 – 5 people = $79 USD

6+ people = Contact Us

Please note that all visitors must respect the strict dress code at the temples. Guests must cover their thighs and shoulders when entering the temple complex. If you are not wearing the correct clothing, you may be refused entrance to the temples.