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Uncover the ancient mysteries of Angkor on full-day tour of its sacred temples from Siem Reap. Accompanied by an accomplished guide, marvel at the astounding architecture of the temple complex; gaze at the colossal Angkor Wat and decipher the enigmatic faces of the Bayon Temple. Explore the atmospheric Ta Prohm area, where trees intertwine their trunks with ancient ruins, and appease an appetite for authenticity with a traditional Cambodian lunch at Sras Stang. Enjoy personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour with limited numbers.


  • Full-day tour of Angkor Temple Complex from Siem Reap
  • See the iconic Angkor Wat
  • Visit the jungle temple of Ta Prohm
  • See the magnificent smiling stone heads of the Bayon temple
  • Enjoy a Cambodian lunch (included)

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What You Can Expect

Angkor Temples Small-Group Tour

Bas-relief at Bayon Temple

Depart from your Siem Reap hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan and enjoy the scenic surroundings on your way to the Angkor region. Stop first at the majestic Angkor Wat, a structure considered the masterpiece of the entire Khmer empire; marvel at its reflective pools and vast moat, then stroll through the galleries to see impressive bas-reliefs (carvings) depicting scenes of Ramayana, an epic Hindu poem. 
Next, venture to Bayon to become hypnotized by the smiling stone faces of the temple. Gain fascinating insight into the temple’s ancient origin from your guide, hearing of vicious battles and attempting to decipher the intricate bas-reliefs that detail scenes of cockfighting and childbirth. 
Continue through the South Gate of Angkor Thom and marvel at the line of 54 gods and demons that create a dramatic spectacle beside the road. Revitalize with a locally prepared lunch of typical Cambodian specialties then conclude your tour with a stop at Ta Prohm, a mystical enclave in which tree roots intertwine with ancient ruins. 
Return to the minivan and relax during the journey back to your hotel in Siem Reap, where the tour concludes.

Customer Reviews

Mike S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

Gave me goosebumps to be here. Amazing!

Hamid D United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

This tour was really great. Only 4 of us or just 2 couples and very knowledgeable and humorous guide and a very polite and real amazing driver, a good and comfortable vehicle and lots to see and learn.
Highly recommended particularly if you are lucky to have the same popular guide that we did have.

Krista N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Our guide To/Tony could do magic tricks and knew a few really bad jokes, which made the day fun. I think our tour was a bit larger than what other people mention -- 8 people? But we had a great group and laughed a lot during the day. It was really hot so I definitely suggest bringing a hat. Also, although everyone told me that I'd need a sarong to cover my legs and long sleeves, apparently that's only necessary if you climb all the way to the top of Angkor Wat. We just walked around it. Queue was 1.5 hours in the boiling heat. Lunch was good -- a tourist-class restaurant that serves the big buses. I think the part I really enjoyed most though was asking To about his family and his background and getting that slice of Cambodia. I've seen so many temples that I've sort of seen them all...Although the Tomb Raider Temple was particularly beautiful. Reminded me of Hampstead Cemetery if you've ever been -- that spooky managed neglect thing going on. Lots of cold bottled water on the bus which was great too. If I had a few suggestions to make this even better, I think they should stock a few Cambodian snacks/candies on the bus too...makes for a fun moment because Cambodian snacks are so very interesting...and the guides should definitely spend a little time sharing some of their own personal background because that is what makes Cambodia such an interesting place.

Timothy B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This tour was amazing!

dessymed Bulgaria

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

The lady guide was super informed and the tour was excellent.

Mark T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This was money well spent. An excellent way to spend a day at Angkor Wat and surrounding sites. Kim our guide was full of useful information, not just on Angkor Wat but of Cambodian life today. He is a very interesting guy who will not stop smiling.
His tour took us around the top 3 temples so that we missed the largest masses of other tourists. He will also give good advice on best places to get photos. Lunch was provided and was of good quality Khmer food.
We were lucky in that there were only two others on our trip making a small group of four.
I would definitely recommend this tour as a brilliant day out in Angkor Wat

Judy Sau Wan C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Very good tour. Got to see all the main temples.

Mari S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Our lovely tour guide, Vannara, did a wonderful job! We were laughing the whole time and enjoyed the tour so much! The temples in one day was long but perfectly suited our short stay in Siem Reap. The temples are even more amazing in life and it was great to learn about the history and conservation from our guide. The lunch was a little Western but Vannara brought us Khmer snacks and fruit which was incredible!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Good for Tour Guide and comfort coach !!! Small Group could listen more details and information.

Michael K United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Great tour. Kim was an excellent, informative and affable guide for a group of c. 12 travellers, showing us around the principal sights, and picking out the main highlights people spend days here, but we just did not have the time!.... as well as taking photos for us.
Very atmospheric, and the rain to start with made us grateful we hadn't gone for the sunrise tour!!
I am getting on, but I coped very easily with the walking, which was stop-start so as to see the sights, and gently paced.
The top levels of Angkor Wat were closed on the day for religious reasons, so we were delighted to be given the opportunity to climb to the top of Ta Keo: steps at Angkor Wat confound logic in being c. 14 high by 4 wide, and to me, with no head for heights, they appear vertiginous. But I made it up - and back down!!!
Again, great tour.

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