Angkor Wat Tour from Bangkok – A 2-Day Immersive Experience with Private Sunset and Sunrise Tours
2-Day Private immersive Angkor itinerary includes your expert tour guide, 1 soft breakfast, 2 soft lunch, water bottles, hotel pick up and drop off, and a direct transfer back to Siem Reap airport to catch your afternoon flight.
Our Private Angkor Wat 2-Day Tour showcases Angkor’s beauty and history. This Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok is ideal for people arriving from Bangkok in the late afternoon or evening to be ready for 2 days of Private tours and get back to the airport in the afternoon of the tour’s second day.
MySiemReaptours “Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok” requires you to book the flight and 2 nights at any Siem Reap Hotel, resort, or Airbnb.
- The price of this Private Temples Tour varies per group, not per person.
- Select the number of guests in your private group (the price shown is based on the minimum of 2 people per tour).
Take an Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok for a unique 2-day private tour experience of the temples of Angkor! In just 2 days, you will see the most iconic temples of Angkor while being chauffeured around in the comfort of an air-conditioned minivan, waking up to the sight of the sun rising over Angkor Wat, and watching the sunset over Phnom Bok.
Your arrival day: Optional afternoon half-day tour. [Find this add-on below the calendar].
Tour Day 1: Ta Prohm temple ▷ Banteay Kdei ▷ Srah Srang ▷ Pre Rup temple ▷ Banteay Samre temple ▷ Phnom Bok hill and temple at dusk.
Tour Day 2: Angkor Wat temple at sunrise ▷ Bayon temple ▷ Baphuon temple ▷ Preah Khan Temple.
Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok | Key Details
Private Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok – A 2-Day All-included Guided Experience
- Location: Angkor Wat National Park
- Day 1 [10 hours]
- Day 2 [8 Hours] – NOTE: This Private Angkor Wat 2-Day Tour is also perfect if you have a flight to catch in the afternoon of the second day from Siem Reap Airport, later than 3:30 PM (You can go straight to the airport with our minivan and driver instead of heading back to your Hotel, bringing your luggage on tour to save you time, “we do not charge any extra until 1 October 2023”).
- Departure Time:
- Day 1 – at your Hotel lobby: 7:00 AM – 7:10 AM
- Day 2 – at your Hotel lobby: 5:00 AM – 5:10 AM
- Return Time:
- 18:30 PM (approx.)
- 13:30 PM (approx.). Next, we transfer to the airport.
- Live Guide: Yes
- Instant Confirmation
- Mobile Voucher Accepted
- Printed Voucher Accepted
- Pick-Up Service: at the Lobby of your Hotel
- There will be a maximum of 8 people on this tour/activity. [If your group is more than 8 people, contact us directly; we will favor you with a customized price].
Private Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok – A 2-Day All-included Guided Experience.
Venture on a gorgeous 2-day adventure to explore the ancient wonders of Angkor Wat with our exclusive “Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok” package. Enjoy private sunset and sunrise tours, marvel at the breathtaking temples, and savor traditional Khmer cuisine. With direct airport transfers included, experience the best of Cambodia without the hassle.
- An outstanding expert on the area.
- A luxurious minivan with plenty of room and all the amenities of home.
Bangkok to Angkor Wat flight
It is suggested to arrive in Sime Reap in the late afternoon or evening before enduring this Angkor 2 days tour.
But suppose you wish to arrive in the morning. In that case, on your arrival day, we can arrange a half-day tour of Siem Reap, driving you to purchase the Angkor pass this afternoon to maximize your time in the next 2 days of your private Angkor tour from Bangkok, driving you to Explore Siem Reap countryside, the unknown Prasat Wat Athvear, the Lotus Farm, the Phnom Krom fisherman village, the Prasat Phnom Krom and the hill to view the sunset over the famous Tonle Sap lake, the large in all South East Asia, famous for its floating villages.
In this case, you will find the add-on right below the calendar. You can click on it and add this half-day tour to your Siem Reap travel Experience to maximize every hour of your holiday.
|Departure Time||Airline – Duration||Route||CO2 Emissions||Price|
|10:10 AM – 11:10 AM||Thai AirAsia – 1 hr||DMK–REP | Nonstop||44 kg CO2||$123 round trip|
|12:55 PM – 2:05 PM||Thai AirAsia – 1 hr 10 min||DMK–REP | Nonstop||44 kg CO2||$123 round trip|
|7:30 PM – 8:35 PM||Thai AirAsia – 1 hr 5 min||DMK–REP | Nonstop||44 kg CO2||$120 round trip|
|7:55 AM – 9:05 AM||Bangkok Airways – 1 hr 10 min||BKK–REP | Nonstop||39 kg CO2||$186 round trip|
|10:55 AM – 12:05 PM||Bangkok Airways – 1 hr 10 min||BKK–REP | Nonstop||39 kg CO2||$212 round trip|
|5:30 PM – 6:40 PM||Bangkok Airways – 1 hr 10 min||BKK–REP | Nonstop||39 kg CO2||$251 round trip|
What to Expect
Day 1: Private Sunset Tour of Angkor Wat
On the first day of your “Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok 2 days experience”, we will pick you up from your hotel or resort in Siem Reap at 7:10 AM and take you to the Angkor ticket office to purchase your National Park ticket. Then, explore the stunning Ta Prohm temple, Banteay Kdei temple, Srah Srang, Pre Rup temple, and Banteay Samre temple, ending your day atop Phnom Bok hill at dusk.
Indulge in a delicious lunch at a local traditional restaurant featuring your choice of a Khmer Lok Lak dish or Khmer Amok dish, accompanied by a soft drink or fruit juice and seasonal fruit.
H2: Day 2: Private Sunrise Tour of Angkor Wat
Rise early for the second day of your Angkor Wat adventure to witness the awe-inspiring sunrise over the iconic Angkor Wat temple. With a 5:10 AM pick-up from your Siem Reap hotel or resort, we’ll arrive at Angkor Wat by 5:30 AM to secure the perfect viewing spot.
After sunrise, we take a break format a soft breakfast, and then we go to explore the ancient city of Angkor Thom, including the impressive Bayon and Baphuon temples. Next, discover the beautiful ruins of Preah Khan Temple before enjoying another traditional Khmer lunch at a local restaurant featuring your choice of 1 Khmer Lok Lak or 1 Khmer Amok dish, a soft drink or fruit juice, and seasonal fruit.
Direct Airport Transfer back to Siem Reap Airport
After your enriching “Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok for 2 days experience”, we provide a direct transfer to Siem Reap Airport, ensuring a seamless connection to your afternoon flight back to Bangkok.
Book Your Angkor Wat Tour from Bangkok Today!
Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the majesty of Angkor Wat with our expertly crafted 2-day tour. Book your “Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok” now to create memories that will last a lifetime.
A local guide who speaks fluent English and has years of experience.
Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok | What’s Included in the Price
✔️ Ideal for evading crowds.
✔️ Transportation by luxury minivan to and from your hotel.
✔️ Tour guide who is fluent in English.
✔️ Plenty of iced water bottles and crisp, chilled towels.
✔️ Costs imposed by the community at large (aka local taxes).
✔️ Mobile ticket
✔️ 1 Soft breakfast
✔️ 2 Soft Lunch
✔️ Direct transfer return back to Siem Reap airport
Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok – Hyper Benefits
✅ The air-conditioned minivan is always used to drive visitors between the several temples at Angkor so that they don’t have to walk in the scorching heat.
✅ Crowd-Free Exploration: Unparalleled Privacy Our “Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok” promises a serene experience, away from bustling crowds. Our expert guides lead you through less-traveled paths, ensuring a sense of privacy and a more intimate connection to the ancient temples.
✅ Picture-Perfect Sunrise and Sunset: Moments to Cherish Witness the breathtaking beauty of Angkor Wat during sunrise and sunset, without distractions. Our tour’s well-timed schedule and carefully selected spots provide picture-perfect memories that will amaze you.
✅ Culinary Delights: Taste the Authenticity Savor the rich flavors of Cambodia on our Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok. Each day, indulge in a tasty traditional Khmer meal at a local restaurant, allowing you to taste authentic Cambodian cuisine while supporting the local community.
✅ Seamless Transfers: Stress-Free Travels Bid farewell to travel headaches with our streamlined transfers. From picking you up at your Siem Reap hotel to whisking you away to the airport after the tour, we’ve covered every detail so you can enjoy your adventure.
✅ Expertly Curated Itinerary: Unforgettable Experiences Our Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok boasts a meticulously crafted itinerary, ensuring you don’t miss a single must-see sight. Our knowledgeable guides will immerse you in the rich history and culture of the region, creating an unforgettable and well-rounded experience.
What’s Not Included
✘ All gratuities.
✘ Your Angkor temple pass. ***Temple admission cost ($62 per person, valid for 3 days)
What You’ll Do
Fasten your seatbelts, folks! We’re about to plunge headfirst into an epic adventure so amazing it’ll have you daydreaming about it for years.
Ancient temples, finger-lickin’s good local cuisine, and jaw-dropping sunrises and sunsets – all part of the incredible Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok.
Picture day one – we kick things off bright and early with a 7:10 AM hotel pick-up.
By 8:00 AM, you’ll find yourself strolling through the mysterious Ta Prohm temple, ready to explore its hidden corners.
Next, we hit Banteay Kdei temple, followed by the picturesque Srah Srang, where you’ll be giddy with delight. But wait, there’s more!
We swing by Pre Rup temple, Banteay Samre temple, and finally, Phnom Bok Hill and temple at dusk.
Trust us. It’s a sight you won’t forget!
Now, let’s talk about food. You didn’t think we’d leave you hungry, did you? We’ll treat you to a delectable lunch at a local traditional restaurant, serving authentic Khmer dishes like Lok Lak or Amok, accompanied by a soft drink or fruit juice and seasonal fruit.
Day two rolls around, and it’s an early start. We’ll pick you up at 5:10 AM sharp, and before you know it, you’ll be standing in front of Angkor Wat, witnessing a magical sunrise, making your heart skip a beat.
Next, we take you through the grandeur of Angkor Thom, the captivating Bayon and Baphuon temples, and finally, the ruins of Preah Khan Temple. Hungry yet? Another mouthwatering Khmer lunch awaits you, providing sustenance for the rest of the day.
We bid farewell to the mystical temples and, with a heart full of memories, whisk you off to Siem Reap Airport just in time for your afternoon flight back to Bangkok. So, what are you waiting for? Dive into the Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok for 2 days experience and create memories to last a lifetime!
- When visiting old holy sites, please be respectful. Wear a shirt that covers your shoulders, and you may wear trousers or knee-length pants or skirts.
Don’t Forget to Bring
➱ Bring sunscreen to keep your skin safe from the sun!
➱ Bring insect repellent — there are annoying bugs everywhere in Cambodia!
➱ We all need to wear comfy walking shoes because there are some lovely walks to do in and around the temples!
Meeting point for your tour departure
Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok
Free Pick-up Service: Meet your driver at your Hotel lobby in Siem Reap.
- Day 1 – at your Hotel lobby: 7:00 AM – 7:10 AM
- Day 2 – at your Hotel lobby: 5:00 AM – 5:10 AM
Drop off :
- Day 1 – back at Hotel after 18:30 PM.
- Day 2 – back at Hotel around 13:30 PM.
Know Before You Go
- When you book, you receive a confirmation in your email with your tour e-ticket.
- Wheelchair access is not available.
- The dress code is relaxed and informal. When visiting old holy sites, please be respectful.
- It is advised to bring insect repellant.
- Please dress appropriately for all weather conditions.
- This Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok is a mix of 2 very famous Angkor tours, with some slight differences: the Private Angkor Wat special tour and the Private Angkor Wat Sunrise tour.
- If your group is over 8 persons, you can contact us for a bespoke price for your private group.
- Accessible for strollers.
- It is not suggested for travelers who have back difficulties.
- This private tour is not appropriate for newborns or very young children. Be sure to take care of that during the tour, as there are several walks to do.
- Travelers should be in good physical condition.
- The rates include any relevant government tax.
- All the rates listed above are net and in US dollars per group.
- The program schedule is subject to change without notice.
- The exact pick-up and drop-off times will be communicated via email.
- Dropping time cannot be guaranteed because it depends on the situation and traffic.
Why small group tours?
While it’s still big enough to have a great communal atmosphere, it’s still intimate enough that you may explore each spot on your own. Our small semi-private groups are never more than ten people.
We continue to use this as the standard upper limit for the size of small groups because it has consistently been highlighted as an important selling element by all of our client’s testimonials. Because of the frequent positive feedback we’ve received from our guests regarding our ability to handle small groups, we’ve decided that this will be the typical maximum number of people in a group.
Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok Private Experience: This experience requires at least 2 guests.
Why Local guides?
Follow in the footsteps of our tour guide. These local experts refer to your stunning tour destination as “home.”
- Get ready, relax, and learn about local treasures, folklore, personalities, and historical information!
- Prepare to receive and discover what every other traveler misses when searching and surfing the web.
What is the sanitization policy for the Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok?
- Travelers and workers can use hand sanitizer.
- Regular sanitization of transportation vehicles.
What precautions are being taken to preserve the health and safety of the staff during the tour?
- Checks on the staff’s temperature at regular intervals.
- Staff members experiencing symptoms are eligible for a paid leave of absence.
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Things to note
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Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok – Your Private Angkor Wat 2-Day Tour
Picture this: you’ve just booked an incredible Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok. Two days of pure magic, and it all starts now.
Day 1: A temple hop like no other
Rise and shine, folks! Our journey kicks off bright and early with a 7:10 AM pick-up at your Siem Reap hotel or resort. First things first – let’s grab those all-important National Park tickets and get this show on the road. Ta Prohm temple, here we come! Arriving around 8:00 AM, we’ll weave through the enchanting ruins that’ve stood the test of time.
Next up, Banteay Kdei temple and Srah Srang are calling our names. As we explore, we’ll marvel at the intricate details and relish these ancient sanctuaries’ serenity. Feeling peckish? A scrumptious lunch awaits us at a traditional Khmer restaurant. We’ll feast on either a delectable Lok Lak dish or Amok, washing it all down with a soft drink, fruit juice, and a side of seasonal fruit – yum!
With full bellies, we’ll continue our temple escapade to Pre Rup, Banteay Samre, and Phnom Bok Hill. Just in time for dreamy dusk, we’ll bid farewell to day one.
Day 2: The early bird catches the breathtaking sunrise
We’re not hitting the snooze button today! A 5:10 AM pick-up gets us to Angkor Wat by 5:30 AM sharp, and trust us, you won’t want to miss this jaw-dropping sunrise. The sky transforms into a masterpiece, painting the temple in the most mesmerizing light. Snap some shots and soak in the moment – it’s one for the books!
Once we’ve had our fill of the morning spectacle, we’ll make tracks to Angkor Thom, where the larger-than-life Bayon and Baphuon temples await. A touch of Indiana Jones flair, anyone?
Finally, we’ll meander through the mystical ruins of Preah Khan Temple before indulging in one last traditional Khmer lunch. Did someone say Amok?
And just like that, we’ve ended our epic two-day adventure.
A smooth transfer to Siem Reap Airport has you catching your afternoon flight back to Bangkok in a breeze.
So? Ready for the experience of a lifetime? Pack your bags, and let’s make memories that’ll stick around long after our tour concludes.
Angkor Temples Visiting Hours
We are thrilled to inform you about the visiting hours of the various temples located in the park.
The majority of the temples can be accessed during the hours of 7.30 am – 5.30 pm.
However, we highly recommend taking note of the following exceptional timings.
- Angkor Wat and Srah Srang can be explored from 5 am – 5.30 pm to give visitors a golden opportunity to experience the breathtaking sunrise. The enchanting view of the sunrise from these temples is an exceptional experience in itself.
- Furthermore, we would like to draw your attention to the visiting hours of Phnom Bakheng and Pre Rup. They can be accessed from 5 am – 7 pm, giving visitors a unique chance to witness the mesmerizing sunrise and sunset.
We hope this information will be beneficial in planning an unforgettable visit to the temples in the park.
What are the essential travel documents required for the Angkor Wat Tour from Bangkok?
Essential Travel Documents: Before you pack your bags and embark on the epic Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok, you’ll need some essential travel documents. Make sure you have:
- A valid passport with at least six months of remaining validity.
- Visa for Cambodia (more on this later).
- Travel insurance (better safe than sorry, right?).
- Copies of your passport and visa, in case of loss.
What is the best time of year to take an Angkor Wat Tour from Bangkok?
Best Time to Visit: Choosing the best time for your Angkor Wat adventure is like picking the perfect topping for your pizza (everyone has their preferences).
However, the consensus is that the ideal time to visit falls between November and March. The weather is cooler, the humidity is lower, and the chances of rainfall are minimal or down to zero.
It’s like finding the perfect balance between your love for pepperoni and extra cheese!
What is the most convenient mode of transportation for the Angkor Wat Tour from Bangkok?
Convenient Mode of Transportation: Imagine you’re in a James Bond movie and must pick the most convenient mode of transportation for your mission.
Well, a flight to Siem Reap is the way to go for the Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok. It’s fast, efficient, and saves precious time for exploring the ancient temple complex.
Considering Cambodia’s weather and cultural norms, what should I pack for the Angkor Wat Tour?
Packing Tips: Think of packing for the Angkor Wat tour like prepping for a first date – you want to impress and be comfortable. Keep in mind the weather, cultural norms, and temple visits. Here’s a handy list:
- Lightweight, breathable clothing.
- Modest attire for temple visits (cover your shoulders and knees).
- Sport shoes, or walking shoes, footwear for walking on uneven terrain.
- Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat for protection against the sun.
- A reusable water bottle to stay hydrated.
- Insect repellent (because nobody likes uninvited guests).
Do I need a visa to visit Cambodia for the Angkor Wat Tour from Bangkok, and if so, how do I apply?
Visa Requirements: Just like a VIP pass to an exclusive party, you’ll need a visa to visit Cambodia. Most nationalities can obtain a visa on arrival or apply for an e-visa online. It’s simple, quick, and gets you one step closer to the adventure of a lifetime.
How many days should I allocate for the Angkor Wat Tour from Bangkok to make the most out of my trip?
Days to Allocate: How long should you spend on your Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok? Picture a buffet with all your favorite dishes – you want to savor each one, right?
To truly appreciate the magic of Angkor Wat, allocate at least three days.
This allows ample time to explore the main temple complex and some lesser-known gems, and even catch that breathtaking sunrise.
This tour itinerary is for every guest’s group who has time to sleep in Siem Reap for only 2 nights.
So you will arrive in Siem Reap. After the first night, you will experience a full day at Angkor Temples.
After your second night, you will enjoy the amazing Angkor Wat sunrise and more temples sightseeing, and will take advantage of our free transfer service to Siem Reap airport directly at the end of the tour.
I remind you again to book your return flight from Siem Reap at least after 4 p.m.
What local customs and etiquette should I be aware of while visiting Angkor Wat from Bangkok?
Local Customs and Etiquette: While visiting Angkor Wat, consider yourself a guest in someone’s home – respect their customs and etiquette. Here are some pointers:
- Dress modestly at temples (remember those shoulders and knees!).
- Don’t touch or sit on the ancient structures.
- Keep your voice down, especially in religious areas.
- Always ask for permission before taking photos of locals.
- Avoid public displays of affection.
- Show respect to monks by giving them space and not touching them.
Follow these guidelines, and you’re all set for a spectacular, unforgettable Angkor Wat tour from Bangkok. Happy travels!
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