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Please kindly note that the I-Hoteliers Asia costs mentioned below does not include the entrance fee of the Angkor Heritage Site park.

The fee for this pass is as follows

1. 1 DAY VISIT  USD 37/PERSON

2. 3 DAYS VISIT*  USD 62/PERSON

3. 7 DAYS VISIT**  USD 72/PERSON

(*) may be used on consecutive or non–consecutive days, valid for one week

(**) may be used on consecutive or non–consecutive days, valid for one month

There is an additional admission fee for several other, more remote sites, as follows:

PHNOM KULEN USD 25 net per person

KOH KER USD 20 net per person

BENG MEALEA USD 15 per person

 

Full day Boeng Melea & Banteay Srei Temple Adventure

Today we visit two of the most interesting of all the temples outside the main Angkor group and for many people the highlights of their time in Cambodia. A two hour drive from Siem Reap, Boeng Mealea stands almost forgotten in the jungle, crumbling and covered in sprawling tree roots.

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Full Day Angkor Temple Adventure with sunrise

Starting before dawn (exact time depends on the season), we walk through the forest surrounding Angkor Wat, the world’s largest sacred building and an architectural masterpiece.

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Full day Angkor Temple Adventure

Depart your hotel in the morning, and spend the whole day exploring the awesome temples of Angkor. Angkor Wat is the world’s largest sacred building and an architectural masterpiece. We also visit the southern Gate of Angkor Thom, flanked by a row of 54 stone figures on each side and the fortified city of Angkor Thom. At ‘The Bayon’ (12th century) we see its beautifully crafted central towers, covered in more than 200 enormous faces, then explore the famous Terrace of the Leper King, and the Terrace of Elephants. After lunch and a rest break back at your hotel during the heat of the day we set out for Preah Khan temple. At the end of the day we move on to the jungle-enveloped Ta Prohm – one of the most atmospheric of all temples in Angkor. After exploring the temple, return to your hotel after a long but fulfilling day. Duration approx. 8 hours

 

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 75 ++ 

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 95 ++

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Half day Temples

We will enjoy an introduction to the myriad of different temples that compose the Temples of Angkor. First we visit the southern Gate of Angkor Thom, flanked by a row of 54 stone figures on each side - gods to the left and demons to the right. Next we visit the Bayon temple with its enigmatic faces looking out over the forest from numerous towers before visiting the 350 metre long 'Terrace of the Elephants'. The terrace was used as a giant viewing platform for public ceremonies and served as a base for the king's grand audience hall. From here we move onto the mysterious 'Terrace of the Leper King'. Standing atop of the 7 metre platform is a nude sexless statue. There are various arguments as to what the statue represents with some believing it represents two of the former kings who suffered from leprosy. Others believe the statue is of Yama, the god of death, and that the Terrace housed the royal crematorium. Finally we explore Angkor Wat the world's largest sacred building and architectural masterpiece. Built in the 12th century the temple took 30 years to build and represents the Khmer civilisation at its grandest. Afterwards you are returned to your hotel where the tour finishes at approx. 12.30. Duration approx. 4 hours.

 

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 45 ++ 

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 65 ++

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Half Day Design Your Own Tour

Four hours of touring, this option will give you the flexibility to pick & choose the places that you would like to see and lets you tailor your time based on your interests. We provide you with the guide to help you get the most out of the sites, the driver & vehicle to get you there and then you choose the temples that you would like to see within the Angkor Archaeological Park (excluding Banteay Srei). You can spend as little or as long at the temples that interest you. We would suggest a maximum of 4 temples for your comfort. AM tours to be completed by 12.30pm and PM tours to start no later than 1.30pm. Duration approx. 4 hours.

 

  •  Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 65 ++
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Half Day Tonle Sap Floating Village Tour

Lake Tonle Sap is the lifeblood of Cambodia, one of the world's largest freshwater bodies, and home to hundreds of families living in floating fishing villages. On this half-day excursion, starting at 8am, drive 45 minutes to the traditional fishing village of Kampong Khleang with expert introduction from your guide. Board your traditional wooden fishing boat and learn about the remarkable lifestyles led by ethnic Vietnamese and Khmer fishing communities and see an entirely different side of Cambodia. See floating villages, fishing nets being mended, children swimming and playing, and even floating pigpens! We continue out onto the massive lake, past local fishermen and an amazing array of boats for a 1 hour - 90 minute cruise (depends on season) before returning back to Siem Reap by noon. Operates from June – January. Duration approx. 4 hours.

  • Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 55 ++ 
  • Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 75 ++
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Half day Temples with Sunrise

Starting before dawn (exact time depends on the season), we walk through the forest surrounding Angkor Wat in the early morning darkness before the rising sun reveals the world's largest sacred building and architectural masterpiece. Built in the 12th century the temple took 30 years to build and represents the Khmer civilisation at its grandest.  We then enjoy a break for breakfast (enjoying a breakfast box supplied by your hotel) before exploring the myriad of different temples that compose the Temples of Angkor. We visit the southern Gate of Angkor Thom, flanked by a row of 54 stone figures on each side - gods to the left and demons to the right. Next we visit the Bayon temple with its enigmatic faces looking out over the forest from numerous towers before visiting the 350 metre long 'Terrace of the Elephants'. The terrace was used as a giant viewing platform for public ceremonies and served as a base for the king's grand audience hall. From here we move onto the mysterious 'Terrace of the Leper King'. Standing atop of the 7 metre platform is a nude sexless statue. There are various arguments as to what the statue represents with some believing it represents two of the former kings who suffered from leprosy. Others believe the statue is of Yama, the god of death, and that the Terrace housed the royal crematorium. Afterwards you are returned to your hotel where the tour finishes before midday.

 

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 55 ++ 

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 85 ++

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Angkor Wat at Sunrise

To capture the perfect Angkor sunrise photograph and if you have no concerns with crowds of other travelers, we suggest you arrange a wake-up call for 4.50 am and depart from hotel at 5.00 am. You will reach your destination, the main entrance to Angkor Wat and the west causeway at approximately at 5.25am. Angkor Wat is the centerpiece of all the temples of Angkor. Angkor Wat was built during the reign of King Suryawarman II in the form of a massive “temple mountain” dedicated to the Hindu God, Vishnu. Angkor Wat is quite an unconventional temple as it has westward orientation. This has led some to suggest it was constructed as King Suryavarman II’s funerary temple.

Constructed: Early – Mid 12th century. Religion: Hindu

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 85 ++ 

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 175 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 195 ++ 

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Bayon at Dusk

We suggest leaving from hotel at 3.00 pm with the destination being the south gate of Angkor Thom. The trip continues to the Royal Palace, however before you enter the Royal Palace there is a view of the celestial palace Baphuon. The trip then continues with a walk around the elephant terrace which represents Mount Meru, the center of the Buddhist cosmos. This then brings you to the Bayon. There are 37 standing towers most connected to classis Khmer art and architecture, most but not all sporting four carved faces oriented toward the cardinal points. The best of Bayon are bas-reliefs on the exterior walls of the lower level and the upper level where the stone faces reside.

Constructed: End of 12th century. Religion: Buddhist

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 85 ++

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 100 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 195 ++ 

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Exploring the lost Great Capital Angkor Thom

The trip will begin with a little walk to Ta Nei, a jungle temple reminiscent of Tha Som, displaying classic Jayavarman VII period artistry. It was constructed mid12th century during the reign of King Jayavarman VII. The next temple would be Ta Keo, a massive, towering but plainly decorated temple mountain dedicated to Hindu Lord, Siva. Its unfinished condition is due to either a lighting strike (considered an evil omen), the death of the King, or a struggle for succession. Constructed under King Jayavarman V.The journey continues to one of the largest of all Khmer cities (Angkor Thom), which remained the capital until early in the 15th century.

Constructed: Early – Mid 12th century.

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 85 ++

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 175 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 195 ++

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Hidden Temple - Tha Phrom

On the way to Tha Phrom, we suggest a visit to Prasat Kravan; east-facing towers containing unique bas reliefs of Vishnu and Lakshmi rendered in brick. This structure was constructed in the early 10th century during the reign of King Harshavarman I. Bantey Kdei will be the next destination; a spawling, largely unrestored Buddhist monastery built by King Jayavarman VII during his reign in the late 12th Century. The trip continues to Ta Phrom, one of the most popular temples at the park. Once home to 615 exquisite dancers, where the massive fig and silk cotton trees grow from the towers and corridors offering a ‘jungle atmosphere’ and one of the best ‘tree in temple’ experiences.Tha Phrom was originally constructed as a Buddhist monastery and was enormously wealthy in its time, boasting control over 3000 villages, thousands of support staff and vast stores of jewelry and gold.

Constructed: End of 12th century. Religion: Buddhist

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 85 ++

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 175 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 195 ++

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Exploring – Grand Circle Tours

The first destination of this tour will be Preah Khan. Preah Khan meaning ‘sacred sword’. This temple is huge, full of carvings, passages and photo opportunities. It originally served as a Buddhist monastery and school, engaging over 1000 monks and for a short period was the residence of King Jayavarman VII, constructed in the late 12th century. You will then be taken to Bantey Prei, a small temple and an interesting comparison with Preah Khan. Bantey Prei was constructed in the late 12th – early 13th century, during the reign of King Jayavarman VII. After visiting Bantey Prei you will be escorted to Neak Pean, a small island temple. The Central temple sits on the axis or a cross or lotus pattern of eight pools. Originally known as Rajasri, Neak Pean means coiled serpents from the encoiled nagas that encircle the temple. The trip will be end at Pre Rup, the state temple of Rajendravarman II, constructed in the late 10th century.

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 85 +

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 175 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 195 ++

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Adventure Sunrise

We suggest waking up at 4.30am for this tour, followed by a quick bite at the lobby reception area before departing from hotel at 4.50 am. The trip would be to the temple mountain, Phnom Bakheng (Bakheng Hill), the first major temple to be constructed in the Angkor area. The construction of this temple marked the move of the capital of the Khmer empire from Rolous to Angkor in the late 9th century. Your guide will escort you to the top of the hill and then you will be given time for personal exploration.

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 85 ++

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 175 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 195 ++

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Bantey Srei

The trip takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes from Siem Reap town. This temple loosely translates as “Citadel of the Woman” and is famous for the delicacy of its sculpture. Constructed under the powerful king of Rajendrawarman in the late 10th century; the color of the temple is best viewed before 10.30am and after 2.00pm. On the way back to Phum Baitang from Bantey Srei you will make a short visit to Bantey Samre. This is a comparatively flat temple displaying distinctively Angkor Wat style architecture and artistry. The trip itself is quite interesting through villages and rice paddies.

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 105 ++

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 208 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 235 ++

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The Beginning of Angkor Kingdom - Rolous Groups

These temples are located some 13 kilometers east of Siem Reap, on the road to Phnom Penh. The Rolous Group is a collection of monuments representing the remains of Hariharalaya, the first major capital of the Angkorian-era Khmer Empire. The ancient capital was named for Hari-Hara, a synthesis of the Hindu Gods Siva and Vishnu. The last King of Hariharalaya, Yasovarman I built the first major templeat Angkor, Phnom Bakeng and moved the capital to the Phnom Bakhengarea in the year 905 A.D. It then remained the Angkor Capital until 1422. The admission fee for the Rolous Group is included in the Angkor Park pass.

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 85 ++

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 100 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 195 ++

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Beng Melea & Koh Ker

Beng Melea:

Beng Melea temple is largely overrun by vegetation and not widely visited by tourists. This gives it an adventurous “lost temple” feel. Photographers: trees growing from the broken towers and galleries offer some best “tree in the temple”pictures. The journey takes around 1h 30m from Siem Reap. Beng Melea was built by the same King that built Angkor Wat, King Suryavarman II, in the early 11th century.

Koh Ker:

Briefly the site of the Khmer empire capital is dominated by Prasat Thom a 30 meter masonry temple mountain rising above the plain surrounding forest. It depicts carvings of Garuda, the mystical mount of Vishnu. Other tower sanctuaries are dedicated to Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. We suggest an early start leaving around 6.00am with a direct 2.5 hour journey to Koh Ker .

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 295 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 335 ++

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Kbal Spean

A river of a thousand lingas is at Phnom Kulen. There are also carvings of Buddha and Buddhist images in the rock that date from a later period than lingas. The location is about a 12 km straight drive and passes Bantey Srey. This tour requires a moderately easy 45 minutes uphill walk through the forest. Constructed 11th – 13th Century.

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 210 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 245 ++ 

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Phnom Kulen

This is where the 500 years before “Age of Angkor” began. Phnom Kulen is the mountain on which King Jayavarman II initiated the royal “God of the King”. Soon after the ceremony Jayavarman II moved his capital from Phnom Kulen to the area near the modern town of Roulos, where it remained for almost a century before moving to the Angkor area. There are several minor ruins at Phnom Kulen including hundreds of lingas. 

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 245 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 355 ++ 

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Water Blessing

Water Blessing is a traditional Cambodian practice that dates back to ancient times. It is said to bring peace and happiness. Be prepared to get wet, you will need to change into a Sarong so your clothing remains dry.

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 65 ++

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Tonle Sap Lake

Exploring Angkor never comes to the end, there are lots of thing to see and always a new adventure. However, your experiences will not be considered complete without spending some time at the greatest fresh vwater lake in Asia.Tonle Sap Lake is the most prominent feature on the  map of Cambodia. Tonle Sap is unusual for two reasons: its flow changes direction twice a year and the portion that forms the lake expands (12.000 square kilometer) and shrinks dramatically (2.500 square kilometer) with the seasons. Explore the lake visiting the floating and stilted villages of Chong Kneas and Kompong Phluk and discover the varied plant, fish and bird life that make this huge inland lake such a valuable ecosystem to Cambodia and Southeast Asia.

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 200 ++

• Van & Guide (Maximum 7 persons) USD 235 ++

 

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Cycling

Siem Reap is genuinely twice blessed. First all the major sights are within easy access to the main town using pedal power alone. Secondlythe terrain is pretty much flat as a pancake, making cycling a year roundpossibility.

• Bicycle + 1 tour guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 75 ++

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Angkor National Museum

The museum opened in November 2007 and its shopping mall-like feel contrasts with the thousand-year old artifacts that are containedwithin it. Entrance fee is USD 12 to enter the museum plus another USD 3 if you want to bring your camera. An additional USD 3 for an educational headset. Location just next to Grand Hotel D’ Angkor .

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 55 ++

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 75 ++ 

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Silk Farm

Angkor Silk Farm is just one of the alternative places to visit to help balance out the historical sites of Angkor . The location is just 10 minutes away by “reumork” or car . The Silk Farm is fun and a relatively short distant diversion from Siem Reap’s absolute must-see sights.

• Remork & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 55 ++

• Car & Guide (Maximum 3 persons) USD 85 ++ 

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Golf Activity

Angkor golf is very close to PhumBaitang. This 18 hole golf course is among the best in Cambodia. This This Faldo designed championship golf course is very impressive, offers enjoyment for players of all levels and year-round playing conditions.

• 9 Holes golf course USD 195 ++ (Inclusive transportation)

• 18 Holes golf course USD 265 ++ (Inclusive transportation)

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