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On the small circuit tour, you'll get to explore the most popular temples on the tourist trail including Angkor Wat, Bayon, Angkor Thom, and Ta Prohm. We'll stop for lunch along the way and have plenty of time to visit the most significant temples at Angkor.
Sunrise: Leave at 4:30am
Sunset: Leave after breakfast
Transport: Multiple Options Available
Pick Up: Your Hotel in Siem Reap
Tour Duration: 5-6 Hours
Day 1 : Angkor Wat, Bayon, Elephnt terrace, Chav Say Theavda, Thommanon, Ta Keo, Ta prohm and Bantreay Kdey.
If you opt for the sunrise option, we'll come and get you very early in the morning. In some cases, your hotel may be able to provide a small packed breakfast as you'll be hungry. If not, we can stop for breakfast after seeing the sunset. We'll start the tour with Angkor Wat and you'll spend a few hours walking around this huge complex.
Angkor Wat was built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II and was the most extravagant temple built by the ancient Khmer people. The Hindu temple unusual because most temples were dedicated to the Hindu, Shiva. However, Angkor Wat was dedicated to Vishnu. Angkor Wat was then deserted at some time in the 16th century and only rediscovered by French explorers late in the 19th century. It how now become a major center for tourism with millions of visitors each year.
After Angkor Wat, we'll take a short driver over to the ancient city called Angkor Thom. The once capital city of the Khmer people is home to some stunning temples. On the way into the city, you'll enter on a bridge over the moat overlooked by a large face which sits on top of the entrance gate.
When inside, we'll explore the popular Bayon temple where you can see a further 216 faces carved into the temple. We'll also explore other areas inside the city including Baphuon, Phimeanakas, the Terrace of the Elephants, and the Terrace of the Leper King.
After Angkor Thom, we'll then head over to Ta Prohm where you can explore the "Tomb Raider" temple. The temple was used by Angelina Jolie during the filming of the Tomb Raider movie. Many people like to find the exact spot and do a "Tomb Raider Pose" for Instagram!
If you're not staying for the sunset, we'll take you back to your hotel. If you opt for the sunset, then we will take you to Phnom Bakheng where you can get a magnificent view of the sunset before taking you back into town.
In the evening, there is an optional buffet dinner and traditional Apsara Dancing Show.
Cold Towels and Drink