How much does it cost to visit Angkor Wat?

How much does it cost to see Angkor Wat?

Visiting Angkor Wat, there are several different types of the Angkor Pass that you can buy. The one day pass costs US$37, the three day pass US$62 and the seven day pass US$72. Both the three day and seven day pass don’t need to be used on consecutive days and are valid for one week and one month respectively.

How much is a day pass to Angkor Wat?

Angkor Wat ticket price 2021 is US$37 (1 day), US$62 (3 days) and US$72 (1 week) as of 1st February 2017, managed by Angkor Enterprise.

Which Temples Can You Visit?

TEMPLES Angkor Wat
YOU Phnom Bakheng
CAN Prasat Kravan
VISIT Baksei Chamkrong

Why is Angkor Wat so expensive?

Why is Angkor Wat so expensive? The whole Angkor Wat experience is expensive due to cost of entry into the complex, and transportation, and 3) food. That said, hotels and transportation in and out of Siem Reap is reasonable.

Are there toilets at Angkor Wat?

By the way, don’t be surprised about the prices – especially in the tourist restaurants they are sometimes much higher than in some restaurants in Siem Reap. And: toilets are also available at different places in Angkor Park. Here you have to show your Angkor-Pass, otherwise you pay 1$ for the use.

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Do we need passport for Angkor Wat?

When entering Cambodia, you’ll need two passport-sized photographs and a passport valid for at least six months. … Conveniently, U.S. currency is accepted almost everywhere across Cambodia, including in Angkor Wat, and ATM machines that dispense U.S. dollars are common in both Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.

How much should I pay for a tuk tuk in Cambodia?

A trip that’s up to 5 minutes is usually about 4,000-6,000 riel ($1 – $1.50). Across town is usually $3 and anything in between a short trip and an across town trip is $1.50 to $2. From almost anywhere in Phnom Penh to the airport should be $6, but it can be gotten for $5 if there’s not a lot of traffic.

Can you wear flip flops to Angkor Wat?

As you will be doing a lot of walking you should opt for comfortable walking shoes, such as trainers or trekking sandals. The ground on some of the temples is very rugged and you have to climb some stairs as well, so I wouldn`t recommend flip flops.