Angkor Temple Tours
Great for families of all ages. We can accommodate young children, or make it fun for your teenagers! Just let us know who’s coming and we can make the best tour for you.
The mystical number 9 in Khmer history. We’ll see 108 (1 + 0 + 8 = 9) statues in two rows of 54 (5 + 4 = 9), the 54 towers at Angkor Thom, each with 4 faces (54 x 4 = 216. 2 + 1 + 6 = 9).
Pick-Up Time: 08:00
Tour Code: AD3
On this tour, we’ll learn about how the temples were built and explore a range of temples from the temples which predate Angkor Wat, to those built towards the end of the Angkor rule.
On the first day, we will head out to the Roluos group of temples. This group consists of 3 temples known as Bakong, Lolei, and Preah Ko). These temples predate Angkor Wat by a few hundred years and are fine examples of very early Khmer architecture. In ancient times, Roluos was known as Hariharalaya and was the first capital city of the Khmer Empire situation north of the great Tonle Sap Lake.
We will also go to visit Banteay Srei, also known as “The Citadel of the Women”. We’ll go to see East Mebon which is a large 10th century temple build by King Rajendravarman. Finally, we’ll visit Pre Rup temple before heading back to your hotel.
On the second day, we’ll go to visit the Angkor Wat complex. Here we will see all the temples inside the ancient city of Angkor Thom including the Bayon, the Terrace of the Elephants, The Terrace of the Leper King, the Royal Palace and more.
We’ll then go to see the famous “Tomb Raider” temple which is known as Ta Prohm temple. This temple was made popular because it was used as the backdrop to the famous movie starring Angelina Jolie. Finally, we’ll go to see Banteay Kdei, which means “A Citadel of Chambers”.
1 Three-Day Angkor Pass required for each visitor. For current prices, please contact us.
Tour Guide, Transportation, Bottled Water.
Angkor Pass, Food and Drinks except for Water, Accommodation.
Price Per Group
Group of 1 – 3 people = $155 USD
Group of 4 – 5 people = $170 USD
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.
ALL TRANSPORT INCLUDES A/C. EXCEPT FOR TUK TUKS.