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Angkor Wat Grand Circuit Tour with Sunrise

Tour Summary

Watch the charming view of the sunrise in the morning and adventure to explore many of the fascinating monuments of the Angkor Archaeological Site. This tour will take your stress away and make you wonder about the history of Angkor.

Tour Itinerary

Angkor Wat, Angkor , Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som, East Mebon, Pre Rup, Banteay Samre

Tour Duration

1 day

Tour Start Time

4:30 – 5:00am

Pick Up Location

From your hotel

Tour Prices

English Speaking Guide = $35 + Sunrise $10=$45

Tuk Tuk = $18 + Sunrise $5=$23 (1  –  4paxs)

Car = $35  + Sunrise $10=$45 (1   –   4paxs)

Van = $40 + Sunrise $10= $50 (1  -8paxs)


Tour Description

Angkor Wat

We will begin very early in the morning around 4:30 – 5:00 am. We will come and pick you up and start out of the town to Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument that ever built. It is the perfect sunrise spot for its stunning feature of the sun over the towers of the temple. Then, we will continue to the grand circuit of Angkor Archaeological Park.

Preah Khan

Preah Khan means “Royal Sword”, a 12th century temple built by the great Khmer king Jayavarman VII to honour his father. During the Angkor era, it was a huge centre of a substantial organization with almost 100, 000 officials and servants. Today, it is still the main tourist attraction in Siem Reap that should not be missed.

Neak Pean

Neak Pean means “The Entwined Serpents”, a neighbouring temple of Preah Khan. It is an artificial island temple dedicated to Buddhism, and the “Mebon” of Preah Khan Baray. The temple was designed like a full-opened lotus flower in the middle of the water.

Ta Som

Ta Som is a 12th-century temple situated east of Neak Pean temple. It was built was built during king Jayavarman VII’s reign and dedicated to his father. There is a famous spot is the third eastern gopura where a fig tree has grown through the temple, making it a significant feature for photographers.

East Mebon

East Mebon is a temple built at the centre of now dry East Baray. It was a Hindu temple, created by king Rajendravarman II in 952 AD and dedicated to his parents. On the first and second tier of the temple, there are 8 two-meter-high, perfectly carved stone elephants in the corners of each side.

Pre Rup

Pre Rup means “Tuning the Body”, a temple located 1km south of East Mebon. It was built by the same king Rajendravarman II with the same style as East Mebon. It is a pyramid-shaped temple which has three tiers and five lotus towers on the top.

Banteay Samre

Banteay Samre was built by king Suryavarman II in the early 12th century as a Hindu temple. It uses the same materials as Banteay Srei, and it is still looking good today.

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Cold Towels

Drinking Water

Temple Tickets

Lunch Near Temples

Personal Expenses

English Speaking Guide

Tour Notes

Guests need to follow the dress code rules when visiting the temples.
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