Visit the ancient temple of Angkor Wat, built by King Suryavarman II in the 12th century where we could see tremendous carving of the temple complex. Later on we will climb Bakheng Mountain to see and take a photo of sunset.
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At 02:00PM our local guide and drive will pick you up from your hotel in Siem Reap city centre and travel to Angkor Wat Temple complex
Later on we will arrive at Angkor Wat complex, a World Heritage Site and historic location in Cambodia. The Angkor Wat temple was build by King Suryavarman II during the 12the century. The temple contains thousand of statues of angel female which call Apsara and priceless stone wall carving decorating its exerior and interior.
After discover the history of Angkor Wat with your guide, it will be time to head to Bakheng Mountain to watch the sunset. From a height of 65 meters at the top of the hill, you will witness the most spectacular views of the temple complex against the backdrop of changing colors in the evening sky.
Phnom Bakheng, a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva, was built at the end of the 9th century atop a mountain. It now serves as a popular spot for visitors to capture the sunset scenery of the Angkor Wat below in the jungle 1.5 kilometers to the south-east.
• Transport by car
• Local English-speaking tour guide
• Entrance fee ($20 per person per day for entry to the temple area, $37 From Februay 1 2017)
• Meals not mentioned in the description ($6-8 per person per meal)
• Soft drinks or beer ($1-2.5 per bottle of beer)
• Other personal expenses
Cancellation 24 hrs before tour departure will be no charged.
Only trousers or long knee-length skirt are permitted