Can you visit Angkor Wat without a guide?

How do I explore Angkor Wat?

How To Get Around Angkor Wat

  1. By Tour Van. As the most comfortable means of seeing Angkor, sightseeing with a tour van is also the most expensive option. …
  2. By Tuk Tuk. If transport is all you’re after then hiring a tuk tuk for the day is a great way to see Angkor. …
  3. By Bicycle.

How long should I visit Angkor Wat?

If you’re planning a bespoke, tailor made tour then allow at least four days in your itinerary to explore Angkor in a more laid-back, crowd-free way. If you purchase a three day pass you can often use it across four days as long as your first entrance into the park is late evening on day one.

How much does it cost to enter Angkor Wat?

Angkor Wat permit – Everyone needs a permit to enter the Angkor temples unless you are Cambodian or related to a Cambodian. A 1-day pass is $37 USD, 3-day is $62 USD, and 7-day is $72 USD.

What is the best time to visit Angkor Wat?

Following the typical weather patterns for much of Southeast Asia, the best time to visit Angkor Wat in Cambodia is during the dry season from late November to early April.

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Can you climb Angkor Wat?

Not all temples require that you climb them, but a few of the good ones do, including the sunset at Phnom Bakheng. Plus, the views from the top are amazing. If you have any injuries or issues with your body, the temples of Angkor might be too much for you.

Can you wear shorts to Angkor Wat?

Appropriate attire when visiting temples in Angkor Wat is long pants (covering the knee) and shirts that cover shoulders. Skirts, small shorts, tank tops, and other items of revealing clothing are not allowed within temple grounds.

What airline flies to Siem Reap?

Siem Reap Airlines

Airline IATA Code Website
Bangkok Airways PG
Cambodia Airways KR
Cambodia Angkor Air K6
China Eastern Airlines MU

How long do you need to see Cambodia?

The average traveler spends 7 days in Cambodia. This is enough time to explore most of the Angkor Archaeological Complex and Cambodia’s tragic past in the city of Phnom Penh. You can even squeeze an extra day to visit some of the other places nearby either city.