Angkor Wat Small Group Sunrise Tour With Breakfast included


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Departs: cambodia, cambodia

TicketType: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

Up to 24 hours in advance.

Overview

This small group sunrise tour of the iconic Angkor temples will give you the chance to watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat temple and enjoy of taste authentic Cambodian breakfast by sitting in front of royal swimming poor of Srang Srang before explore other visit incredible temples in Angkor like Victory Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon temple, Ta Prohm temple and then visit the biggest local market in Siem Reap.


What's Included

Free cool bottle of water and towels

Breakfast (Cambodian noodle soup and desserts)

Transport with air-conditioned ( Car or Minivan)

Vaccinated English speaking tour guide with license

Vaccinated Experienced driver

Visit the biggest local market in Siem Reap

What's Not Included

Angkor pass of 1-day visit ($37 per person)

Beers and soft drinks


Traveler Information

  • ADULT: Age: 16 - 18

Additional Info

  • Dressing Standard: While visiting any temples, both male or female visitors must dress respectfully and at your own comfort, we strongly recommend modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • It can get very hot walking around the Angkor complex so be sure to always carry water and appropriate skin protection including sun scream and mosquito spray. You can buy sun scream and mosquito spray in town.
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Temperature checks for travellers upon arrival
  • Dressing Standard: While visiting any temples, both male or female visitors must dress respectfully and at your own comfort, we strongly recommend modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • It can get very hot walking around the Angkor complex so be sure to always carry water and appropriate skin protection including sun scream and mosquito spray. You can buy sun scream and mosquito spray in town.
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Temperature checks for travellers upon arrival

Cancellation Policy


What To Expect

Angkor Wat
You will be picked up from your hotel lobby before sunrise at between 4:30 am to 5:00 am and continue to the watch the sunrise at one of the world's cultural heritage and the largest temple in the world, Angkor Wat temple as you soak in the breathtaking sunrise. We may spend about 1-hour and 30 minutes to explore the whole entire building of Angkor Wat temple after seeing the sunrise.

1 hours • Admission Ticket Not Included

Srah Srang
Have short break for a picnic-breakfast in front of the Royal swim poor of Sras Srang that you can enjoy of taste authentic Cambodian breakfast like Khmer noodle soup with traditional desserts like palm cake and steam rice dumplings with palm sugar.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Ta Prohm Temple
After that, we continue to visit the jungle temple of Ta Prohm, which has been left in its original state and is partly overgrown with trees and huge roots.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

Angkor Thom South Gate
Stop at the victory of Angkor Thom for 15 minutes for photograph.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

Bayon Temple
and then go to visit Bayon temple and the Victory gate of Angkor Thom, which has become a world-famous landmark and was built by King Jayavarman VII, who was also a Mahayana Buddhist. Bayon is also the only monastery that has survived to this day and was used as a place for worship, education, and administration.

45 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

Phsar Leu Thom Thmey
Go to discover the biggest local market in Siem Reap called Phsar Leu Thom Thmey market and walk in between food stalls to look for the best Cambodian specialties. You can try Cambodian dishes such as sticky rice, egg noodles, or even fried spiders and scorpions.

35 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Siem Reap
Drop you off at your hotel or Old market area.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free


Reviews

An amazing private Small Circuit Siem Reap Tour
5uresh, 15-09-2022
This was an amazing tour and we had the opportunity to visit the main Temples and historic sites within Siem Reap. The driver (Mr Handsome) and the tour guide (Mr Hope) were both very knowledge and shared some really interesting facts about the sites we visited as well as about Vietnam in general. If we had an extra day we would have chosen to do the Grand Tour with them and even visited another couple of sites they suggested to us that aren't included in the standard tours. They were very flexible and did not rush us at any site. I'm not sure if its a standard part of the tour but at the very end of the tour they gifted us some customised good luck bracelets which we did not expect and was extremely nice of them.
A perfect experience!
lulabobula, 03-09-2022
Truly a perfect experience. I was picked up right on time for sunrise over over Angkor Wat. Going at this time is definitely the best way to see the temples as they are designed with the sunrise in mind. My guide was so knowledgeable and friendly.

Breakfast is included and this is why I originally choose this tour. I can not suggest this enough. After the sunrise and touring the first temple, I was starving! The car picked us up and brought us to a lovely spot on the water near by for a phenomenal picnic of local dishes all made with local organic ingredients.

The car drives you to each location so you don’t spend hours walking around in the boiling heat between each temple. They had AC, cold towels, and water.

However the best part was how amazing my guide was! He was born in Siem Reap and had 10 years of experience. He shares so much fascinating knowledge with me and knew the anwser to every question I had. He made the tour fun and interactive. I was sad when I had to say goodbye at the end.

This tour is such a good value, breakfast sets it apart, and I highly recommend it for your trip to Siem Reap!
The most heart warming experience!
Navigator24853440052, 13-07-2022
Mr. Sunny is a super nice guide!!! He is warm hearted, considerate, flexible and so kind! He can tell you the story of Cambodia from A to Z.
Mr. Sunny and the operator, Raksa are the sweetest people I’ve ever met in Cambodia so far. Highly recommended!❤️
Honorable company with excellent employees
Dan E, 04-07-2022
So I booked a group tour for an excellent price. Since I was a late booking, the group was full. Rather than upsell me to a more expensive tour they chose to honor my group price and provide a private tour for the same price. I had a private car, driver, and private guide. Amazing honorable company that did not have to do this.

My guide was "David". His English was excellent, he was polite, courteous, knowledgable, and friendly. The tour was 10 times better with a guide, and having an air conditioned car between temples was very VERY nice. The driver was also great, and at the ready with a cold towel and cold water bottle.

This tour taught me a lesson. Private tours are just better. As in WAY better. The normally 7 hour group tour was complete door to door in 5.5 hours. This was because we were so efficient. We did the sunrise tour, so we left the hotel at 4:30am. Moving efficiently allowed us to be at the front, and first in at many locations. I didn't want to stop for breakfast, so we saved more time. Mind you, they never rushed me, they just followed the pace that worked for me. When I was ready to go to the next temple, the car was there.

Thank you David (and driver) for an amazing morning at Angkor Wat. A highlight of my trip. You and your company were excellent.
Best experience!
VinceHizon, 28-06-2022
To my friends Travelling to Siem Reap Cambodia.

- Travel Tips -

Before our trip to Siem Reap, I have been researching the "things to do" in the country,
Based on my research I have 4 options on touring the Ankor.

#1 was to let the hotel book a guide and a tour for you. roughly you will spend Guide+Tuktuk around 140 usd for the whole tour which includes the majority of the temple in ONE day. If you prefer Guide+Car,Guide+Van then it will cost you much higher.

#2 was to rent a tuktuk 25usd that is already good for the whole day. but my problem with this is that I will have to tour the temples by myself. considering they are miles apart. they will only wait for you at the parking lot then you will be on your own.

#3 You can rent a motorbike, since I dont know how to drive a motorbike, I didnt even consider it.

#4 Book ahead for a Guided tour, You can find alot on the website.

Ofcourse, I wanted to maximize my time, and I wanted to save some money. thats why i opted to fly to siem, without any booking prior to my arrival and just play it by ear. When I arrived, around 9am, I inquired at the hotel for a guided tour, but I wasnt satisfied with the offer, Then a tuktuk offered a tour, I declined, and so the same day, I looked for a tour guide/company on the website and found ASEAN ANGKOR GUIDE. I emailed alot travel agencies, they all replied promptly. And as I study their proposed Itinerary, I decided to go with ASEAN ANGKOR GUIDE. by the way, when you book a tour, You dont have to pay immediately, You can pay them after your tour. Their Itinerary best fits my time and budget in siem reap. they offered me 75USD for a guide tour for 2-3pax, tour
the Ankor wat, then tah prom then ta keo , bayon, and so on. including cold towels every after the temple, free water, and it comes with a car with good airconditioning system.
Since we only had limited time
( 3 days 2 nights, We arrived July 11, departing on July 13) We decided to avail the tour.

And so the next day, We were picked up at 4:30am. I met our tour guide Mr. RAMAN and our driver Mr. DORA. Raman. I dont even know where to begin with. He is really good on his craft, he knows all the timing, when to enter a certain temple, I noticed that everytime we enter a temple, there are no people yet, but the time we exit, we see them all coming in. its as if we were going in a different direction, in a very good way. We get the best of everything, Even our spot during the sunrise at Angkor wat was outstanding. he cares for us alot, you can see that it is innate to him to be concerned and caring for the people he is with. to top it all, he knows all the best picture perfect moment. aside from that, he is also an AMAZING photographer. He made our tour in Cambodia memorable. he is a complete package. he speaks english very well, he is very knowledgable with the history. there are times he goes so deep with the history that I will start taking my own selfies. then ask him to take a picture of us. hahaha. kidding aside. by the way please bring extra clothes, extra towel to keep you dry and a fan because surely you will sweat alot. and it is really hot even on a rainy season.

they even suggested to us a great place to have dinner at koulen II. which is a cultural dance/performance with a great ambiance and authentic cambodian cuisine (buffet).
During our temple tour I realized, It is really important to get yourself a tour guide. REALLY. It will save you time, hassle, efforts. going from one place to the other is really difficult specialy if no one is telling you what you are seeing, and where you should be going. overall our visit here became worry free. we were secured, comfortable, and more importantly, we had the best time of our lives. thanks to
ASEAN ANGKOR GUIDE and specially to our tour guide RAMAN. he even gave us tokens as we parted ways. we were really touched. I will surely recommend him to everyone I meet that will visit their country.

By the way, as you enter every temple, alot of kids at the entrance will ask for money, or sell you stuff, it is a pity yes, but i suggest just walk to your destination, because if you talk to them they will not stop selling you stuff. and if you give to one of them they will all come to you.

With the hotel, I recommend to book ahead with trip advisory/agoda depending on your needs. always consider the proximity and accesibility of your hotel. in my case we booked our hotel at Angkor Resort and Spa which is roughly 10-15min away from the airport and 10-15min away from downtown. they provide shuttle to and from the airport at your convenience, and also to and from downtown every 2 hours. Staff were friendly and nice. Service was ok. with regards to the ambiance our hotel gave us that antique feeling as if we are in a different era. which was good. away from the hustle and bustle from the city. it hasa very big swimming/lap pool. food at breakfast was ok. If you miss the shuttle to downtown or back, you may ride a tuk tuk, they chare you 3usd-4usd only. In cambodia you dont have to change your dollars because they accept dollars everywhere and they prefer that than of cambodian currency. just make sure you have plenty of dollar bills/broken change, not those 100usd bills. You can ask your hotel to change it for you. Tip is highly appreciated by cambodians. We were really generous specialy to our tour guide as We were really satisfied.

Upon arrival you can buy a sim card at the airport, make sure ur phone is open line. It will cost you 6usd with 6gig of internet I guess good for 30 days if you are planning to stay there that long. though they have wifi mostly anywhere, and it is really fast. I prefer having internet on hand everywhere I go. You'll never when you'll have to use google maps.

There also alot of accomodation downtown, walking distance from the 24/7 convenience store, their PUB street and Night Market. When you go shopping, and example they give u a rate of 20usd for a bag, dont buy yet, until it becomes 7-10usd only. You have to bargain, and if they dont give it at your price, walk away, when you do, they will call you and give it with the price you wanted, if not, then look for something else.usualy the you have to divide the price in two. to get the actual price. then bargain from that price onward. Night Market begins at around 6:30pm.

Food was ok downtown, alot of options for you, differenct cuisine. Just always remember to bring your own medicine that you are used to taking for unpleasant stomach, fever, allergies, etc. You might need them if you are not used to eating other cuisine.

Massage spa was scattered all over the area. You can get a massage for a dollar.

In general, Cambodian are really nice and polite, They give their best in their crafts/work. They treasure their jobs and they will really take care of you. When you learn about their history, You will appreciate them and their country even more.

(Itinerary and Contact details of our tour guide found on the later part of the pictures uploaded)




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