- Private Angkor temples tour with helicopter flight
- Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed temples within the Angkor Archaeological Park
- Explore the Bayon inside the walled city of Angkor Thom
- Marvel at the jungle encroaching upon the remains of Ta Prohm Temple and explore famous Angkor Wat
- View the entire Angkor temple complex by air on a scenic helicopter flight
- Enjoy a traditional Khmer dinner with a dance performance
- Round-trip hotel transport from Siem Reap included
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What You Can Expect
Journey into the walled citadel and marvel at the stone figures and 54 towers inside Bayon. Spend about two hours exploring Angkor Thom with your guide, who will tailor the tour to your interests. You’ll also make stops at the Royal Enclosure, Terrace of the Elephants, Phimeanakas and the Terrace of Leper Kinds, plus Ta Prohm Temple. Partially restored in 2011, Ta Prohm Temple offers a glimpse into the past and traveler can see what the complex might have looked like when the French rediscovered it. Your guide will take you past the 39 towers of this 12th-century Buddhist temple, where you can snap photos of ancient stones split by winding tree roots.
Return to your hotel with your guide and enjoy lunch and a break before taking off on a thrilling helicopter ride over the ruins. This one-of-a-kind experience will take you over the Angkor temple complex and Tonle Sap Lake on a 20-minute scenic flight. You’ll marvel at the sheer size of this ancient landmark and savor a bird’s-eye view of its beauty. Your professional pilot will provide commentary and insight into several points of interest as your soar over the Cambodian countryside.
This helicopter tour from Siem Reap also includes a walking tour of Angkor Wat. The most stunning and impressive temple in the complex, Angkor Wat is well-preserved and worthy of exploration. Your guide will point out the moat and reflection pools as you wander the grounds and explain the sigificance of intricate temple carvings that tell the story of Ramayana, a Hindu epic.
Great programme. The day started with dawn viewing of Angkor Wat. Thousand of tourist making their way in the dark to get a good spot by the lake to see the sunrise. I wasn't too impressed with the sunrise but find the whole tourist ritual fascinating. Surely there are thousands of excellent photos in every angle and cloud and shape in existent on the net that one can easily download a good snap instead of sacrificing a good night sleep.
Breakfast picnic was lovely at a spot overlooking some tranquil Rice fields. Everyone was extremely attentive. Omelette, toasts, croissants, juice, fresh fruit and coffee was provided.
The guide was very obliging and was able to customise my itinerary departing from the normal schedule so that we can visit other temples since we have already visited the ones listed.
Cold water and cooling towels were provided after every stop.
Our helicopter flight was rescheduled for the following morning due to bad weather. The flight company provided free pick ups and drop offs.
Lunch and dinner were included and the set menus were good and just the right portion. Evening dinner was accompanied by traditional dancing.
The tour was expansive but very worthwhile. I would recommend the helicopter flight to everyone visiting this region.
Amazing start with the sunrise, even for awful time had to rise. Well worth the effort and so much better to have aircon all day than on a tuk tuk. The guide was informative, and was more than willing to talk about more than just the temples. Watch out for the ultra steep stairs in Angkor wat, but worth getting over any fear to see the additional history and views from the top. My favourite is bayon temple though....but all great to see. Lunch was included as a set menu, and definitely no complaints...sat outside and was fun to watch the tourists being pestered to buy from the kids..
The tour was amazing. The tour guide, Mr. Chin Sokvichet, was very informative, friendly, and accommodating. The helicopter view of Angkor Wat was spectacular. I had a better appreciation for the breadth of the site. I would do again. Great experience and memories.
Fantastic trip, our tour guide Thong Sokmeng was great, fantastic English, good sense of humour and extremely knowledgable. Thong made all the right calls on the day from the Ankor Watt sunrise to the timing of the helicopter ride so we missed the rain. The meals on the day were really good and the Cambodian dancers at night were beautiful. All in all a great trip.