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    Photo and ticketing booth
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  • 1. Temple Entry Pass

    We visited Angkor Wat , Banteay Srei and Roluos Complex in Siem Reap, on 25 Dec 2013 until 1 Jan 2014.We booked a tour from Happy Angkor Tour and as soon we reached Siem Reap , we were brought to the...

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  • 2. Siem Riep

    Hi, Whatever the above 3 VT members said, are absolutely TRUE, believe me... You will just fall in love with the surroundings, and be lost in time. Singapore ? don't waste your time with places that...

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  • 3. *Brief* Modern History of Cambodia

    Cambodia was ruled by Prince Sihanouk until 1970 when he was overthrown by Lon Nol, a military General who brings democracy to the nation. During Lon Nol's...

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  • 4. Maps of Angkor Archeological Park

    there are many ways of having a complete map of the Angkor Archeological Park, first is to download the maps via your smartphone (if you have one) for free at...

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  • 5. Roads inside Angkor Archeological Park

    the roads inside this huge complex is a patch work of well paved roads, semi paved roads, dusty roads (i mean no asphalt, just bare earth and becomes muddy at...

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  • 6. Charles De Gaulle Boulevard (Angkor Wat Road)

    there are many roads going to the Angkor Archeological Park and all of these roads have checkpoints to see if you have an entry pass to see the wonderful...

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  • 7. History

    Angkor Wat is a world famous UNESCO heritage site. Its ruins date back to the 12th century, and it was built to celebrate Hinduism and the Khmer empire. The...

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  • 8. Choking forest

    At Ta Prohm, the main attraction are the trees — in some places they've displaced the walls completely, leaving their roots to form the archways and roofs that...

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  • 9. Rebuilding Ta Prohm

    When I visited Ta Prohm in December 2008, there was a fairly large section corded off to the public and a lot of rebuilding happening. As well as reconstructing...

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  • 10. An Excellent Licensed Guide for Angkor Wat

    VT member, Eithwe, helped me find an English speaking guide for the Angkor temples and Siem Reap area. So Peng Thai is a freelance, licensed guide for the...

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  • 11. Excellent and Safe Tuk Tuk Driver for Angkor Sites

    In addition to a licensed guide for Angkor, you will need transportation. My guide, Peng Thai, booked our tuk tuk driver through the travel desk at the Mandalay...

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  • 12. Small Tour vs Grand Tour

    Tuk-tuk and motorbike drivers that take you to Angkor will advise you to take the Small Tour and/or the Grand Tour with them. These tours are loops through the...

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  • 13. Angkor Wat

    Make the climb to the third level. Take time to wander round the hallways and enjoy the view from the top! When I reflect back on the whole experience of...

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  • 14. Siem Reap Transportation and money changers

    I assume you are talking about Angkor wat temple, which is the main temple to visit in Siem Reap temple complex. There are other temples as well, like Angkor...

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  • 15. HOW TO SEE ALL OF ANGKOR IN 3-1/2 DAYS

    people always ask me how long they should stay in order to see everything without rushing or taking too long. in my opinion, the following rough schedule is the...

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  • 16. Cambodian Monney: the RIEL

    Everywhere in Cambodia you can pay with US$ and normally the change will be given to you in local Riel.But for small expenses like a Tuk Tuk or some drinks, you...

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  • 17. Take a Ride Through the Cambodian Countryside

    One of our favorite days was our third day in Angkor. We knew nothing about the more remote sites in the park (Banteay Srey and Kbal Spean) but our driver,...

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  • 18. Monkeys!!!!

    On the first day of our visit to the temples of Angkor we encountered a clan of monkeys on the road between Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. Our tuk tuk driver...

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  • 19. Monks & Nuns

    Although Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples are ancient, they are still active religious sites. Any temple with an existing Buddha will be adorned by the...

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  • 20. Bathrooms at Angkor Wat

    There are several options for public bathrooms at Angkor Wat. If you are standing with your back to Angkor Wat there are vendors and food stalls are located to...

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  • 21. Children of Angkor

    There are communities of people who actually live on the grounds of the temples of Angkor. They are the descendants of the peoples who built these majestic...

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  • 22. Better closer than afar

    While Angkor Wat looks magnificent from afar, it does no justice for Bayon from afar. You need to climb the small steps up the Bayon temple to appreciate the...

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  • 23. A view from higher elevation

    If you are fit and fairly unafraid of height, take care and climb up the steps of many of the temples. The view from the top is different. You will see the...

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  • 24. Straggling tree roots in Ta Prohm

    Another must take photo of course is the giant trees growing over the temples, example the famous ones at Ta Prohm. It is unfortunate, many of the trees are...

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  • 25. One of my favorite picture spot

    I was amazed by the narrow gateway with a bridge with warrior heads on both sides that leads into Angkor Thom and Angkor Thom.Make sure you stop here to enjoy...

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