With two full days to explore Angkor Archeological Site, you can cover Angkor’s most dramatic highlights, including Banteay Srei, a magnificent and little visited temple set deep in the countryside. Traveling in a climate-controlled vehicle is a great way to keep cool between the sweltering sites, and the tour includes sunrise at Angkor Wat, a classic experience made smoother by pre-arranging your early morning transport.
Tour combines top destinations with lesser-known sites
Angkor Wat sunrise means great photo ops
Skip the open-air tuk tuk for a climate-controlled vehicle
Convenient pickup and drop-off at Siem Reap hotels
The tour was very well organised. They provided us with cold water, wet wipes etc. The guide was very good., He was kind, Polite and accommodating. He took pictures for everyone. However the transportation can be better. The mini vas was a run down version of some old car with a Mercedes Benz Logo !
We were so glad we booked befo e we arrived, as everything was set in place for our first full day.
Both days were a bit rushed, but o.k to get an overview of the temples.
Gave us great background to use our third day ticket to go back.
Today I might use a Tuk tuk , but just arrived it was great to have air conditioned car.
Recomend this tour for newbies to Siem Reap
Tour is ok, however you should do your homework and obtain information about the history and temples by yourself, as there were not so much information about it on the tour. During the excursions it was mostly - see this and that. About 6-8 temples is seen during the tour, the real disadvantage is that elephant temple is not seen in this tour. Felt disappointed also regarding lunch were we are taken without any choice, the place is extremely overpriced, prices are 2 times bigger than in any other place in Siem Reap, felt robbed. The guide was smiling, has no problems to take photos. The transportation is good. Bear in mind that from 8 hour tour, around 1.5 will take transportation back and forth and another hour for lunch. Not sure if I would recommend if there were any choice, but as there is none other such offer - it is probably worth it and surely better than exploring by yourself temples without any clue and knowledge.