Actual sunrise a bit disappointing due weather and time of year - however, still worth starting early to finish before it gets any hotter! Take a torch for walking in the dark to begin with. Take a breakfast box from your hotel as driver will keep it and bring to breakfast location. Lots of walking and navigating steps and stairs. Guide was good and ruins amazing.
We took the day trip with our tour guide Bob. It was an amazing experience. Bob is hilarious and kept us entertained. He is also a fountain of knowledge and fun facts. He also took us to the best places for pictures and away from crowd. We learnt a lot about the history of Angkor and were able to enjoy while avoiding as much of the crowd as we can. Overall I’m very happy with the trip and I will recommend this trip to everyone
Our guide was Pireak Chhut Phi and he was a brilliant guide. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the history and the sites of the different temples. He was friendly, talkative, informative and knowledgeable. He helped take many photos in the perfect location and also volunteered to take photos of us well. It was a great experience. Would definitely Recommended!
We had a great guide, Mr. Bun who was very well informed on the history and all the details of the temples visited by us. it was unfortunate that we didn't really see the sunrise because of the extremely cloudy weather. So, please do check the weather forecast before booking this tour. Also, clocked about 11,000 steps ...though it didn't feel tiring at all. But wearing closed shoes would be helpful as the walking path is quite uneven. Beautiful temples of Angkor Wat and the Bayon temple. Was wonderstruck with the survival instincts of nature wherein the trees have grown monstrously over the temples at Ta Prohm.....not to be missed.