There are three types of Angkor Wat entrance passes available:

The entrance fee includes a $2 contribution to the Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospital fund. Children under 12 years old enter Angkor for free. Foreigners holding a 2-year Cambodian residence visa are eligible for special pricing.

The cost of a daily tuk-tuk tour of the Small Circuit of Angkor Wat varies depending on the time of year and the tuk-tuk driver, but it typically costs around $15-25 per person. This price includes the cost of transportation and a guide.

The Small Circuit of Angkor Wat is a popular day trip that includes a visit to some of the most famous temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park, such as Angkor Wat, Bayon, and Ta Prohm. The tour typically starts early in the morning and takes about 6-8 hours.

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Here is a breakdown of the itinerary for a typical small tour of Angkor Wat:
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6:00 AM

Meet your tuk-tuk driver and guide at your hotel in Siem Reap.

sunrise at Angkor Wat

6:30 AM

Depart for Angkor Wat, the largest and most famous temple in the Angkor Archaeological Park.

start your tour Hada Angkor Hotel

7:30 AM

Arrive at Angkor Wat and spend 1-2 hours exploring the temple complex.

9:30 AM

Continue to Bayon, a temple known for its 54 giant faces carved into the towers.

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10:30 AM

Visit Ta Prohm, a temple that has been reclaimed by the jungle.

Outdoor terrace with seating for dining and drinks

12:00 PM

Have lunch at a local restaurant.

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1:00 PM

Visit Banteay Kdei, a temple that is known for its delicate carvings.

2:30 PM

Return to Siem Reap.

*** This is just a sample itinerary, and the exact stops and timing may vary depending on the tuk-tuk driver and your interests.

Here are some tips for booking a tuk-tuk tour of Angkor Wat:

Here are some additional things to consider when planning your full day tuk-tuk tour of Angkor Wat:


Sure, here are a few special places to visit in Siem Reap that are mysterious, religious, and have some history and interesting art and design:

The Beng Mealea Temple

Beng Mealea is a large and mysterious temple that is located about 40 kilometers from Siem Reap. The temple was built in the 12th century but was abandoned shortly after. As a result, the temple is still in a very good condition and is a great place to explore.

The Preah Khan Temple

Preah Khan is a large temple complex that was built in the 12th century. The temple is known for its beautiful carvings of elephants, lions, and other animals. Preah Khan is also home to a number of different shrines and temples.

The Ta Prohm Temple

Ta Prohm is a temple that has been reclaimed by the jungle. The temple is famous for its giant trees that have grown up through the ruins. The roots of the trees have wrapped themselves around the stones, creating a unique and otherworldly atmosphere.

The Angkor Wat Night Market

The Angkor Wat Night Market is a market that is open from dusk to midnight. The market is a great place to buy souvenirs, handicrafts, and clothing. Visitors can also find food stalls at the market that sell a variety of Cambodian dishes.

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In addition to these places, there are also a number of other interesting and mysterious places to visit in Siem Reap

The Angkor Silk Farm

 This farm is dedicated to the production of traditional Cambodian silk. Visitors can watch the silkworms being raised and the silk being woven.


The Khmer Arts Village

This village is home to a number of artists who produce traditional Cambodian handicrafts. Visitors can watch the artists at work and purchase their creations.

The Cambodian Living Arts Museum

This museum showcases the traditional arts and culture of Cambodia. Visitors can learn about the history of Cambodian music, dance, and theater.

The Apsara Dance Show

This show features a traditional Cambodian dance performance. The dancers wear elaborate costumes and perform graceful and intricate movements.