A visit in Angkor complex – of course – but why a guided tour? A guide – yes – but which one?
If you visit a monument or a historic part of the city on your own, you won’t leave empty handed. But you’re going to miss too many stories; for example, who lived there and what did they experience.
And too often you might get lost – especially in the Angkor Areas.
That’s why it’s a good idea to take a guided tour. But be careful, too many people give the impression of being guides without being professional licensed tour guides.
A licensed guide undergoes a minimum of two years of university level training in order to allow you to fully profit from your visit through the sharing of their experience and knowledge. To add to that, your guide also adapts the tour to what you know and what your expectations are while always being ready to answer questions.
Our guided tours of Angkor complex and city of Siem Reap are all exclusively lead by professional licensed guides.
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Day 1 - Distance 30Km for both ways
Go to pick up at hotel and then start the tour.
You can visit the main temples nearby Siem Reap:
Angkor Thom (the site of the ancient capital of the Khmer period. Visit South Gate, Bayon, Royal Palace, Phimeanakas, Terrace of Elephant)
Day 2- Distance 90Km for both ways
Morning and Afternoon.
Banteay Srey Temple, Banteay Samre, Thommanonm, Ta Keo and Chausey Tevoda
You can visit Ta Promh (the jungle temple) or (The remote ruin temple and Tomb Rider movie) - This sight can be easily reached by a nice trip through rural Cambodia.
Day 3- Distance 70Km for both ways
You can visit – The people in the village and then you can go to see Rolous Group (the former capital of Khmer Empire since 9 century) – Preah Ko, Bakong temple.
You can visit – Floating village and flooded forest