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Angkor Wat tour Semi-Private | Temples Guided Tour [with Phnom Bakheng sunset]

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Angkor Wat tour Semi-Private – Temples Guided Tour [Small-Group Angkor Wat Tour from Siem Reap exploring Angkor temples]

Perfect for travelers who want a more authentic experience exploring Angkor temples and learning about their history and culture in small groups of no more than ten people.

Angkor Wat Temple ▷ Angkor Thom ▷ Bayon Temple ▷ Ta Prohm Temple ▷ Phnom Bakheng Hill just before sunset

Key Details

  • Location: Angkor Wat National Park
  • Duration: 9 – 10 Hours
  • Departure Time: your Hotel lobby: 7:40 AM – 8:10 AM
  • Return Time: 6:30 PM (approx.) 
  • 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 10 people on this tour/activity.

The time to explore Angkor temples is now!

Angkor Wat tour Semi-Private – Temples Guided Tour Highlights:

Exploring Angkor temples: Angkor Archeological Park tour from Siem Reap to explore multiple temples (only the hand-picked most visited locations) in a small group of no more than ten individuals. You will discover in detail: Angkor Thom – Bayon – Ta Prohm – Angkor Wat – Phnom Bakheng just before sunset.

Stay cool by having an air-conditioned vehicle pick you up and drop you off at the hotel. Discover historical information that you might have missed if you were exploring on your own.

Angkor Wat tour Semi-Private – Temples Guided Tour includes a superb native guide, a small, intimate tour group.


What to Expect

Exploring Angkor temples: The first stop on the tour will be at the Angkor Thom complex. You will be able to explore the wonderful splendor of Bayon and the world-famous Ta Prohm (Tomb Raider) Temple once you pass through these enormous fortifications.

After that, satiate your appetite by dining on some delectable Cambodian cuisine at one of the numerous local eateries located within the Angkor Complex.

Your next two stops will be at the massive and breathtaking Angkor Wat, followed by a sensational view of the setting sun from the peak of Phnom Bakheng. Because this tour visits some of the largest temples in the Angkor Complex, including Phnom Bakheng, which has a max capacity of only 300 visitors, we limit the total number of temples we visit so that we may spend sufficient time at each amazing location.

We’ll start walking back to town once the sun has fallen (which should be around 6:30 p.m.) and your legs have started to feel tired from the hike.


Live Guide

A local guide who speaks fluent English and has years of experience.


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.

✔️ Ample Supply of Iced Beverages and Crisp, Chilled Towels.

✔️ Costs assessed by the community at large (aka local taxes).

✔️ Mobile ticket.


Hyper Benefits

✅ The short relaxing trek to reach Phnom Bakheng, and see the sunset, will keep you fit for the day!

✅ 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.

What’s Not Included

✘ Meals.

✘ All gratuities.

✘ Your Angkor temple pass.


What You’ll Do

 

 

 


Important Information

Dress Respectfully!

  • Exploring Angkor temples, 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.

For children over 12 years old, we charge the normal adult price.


Don’t Forget to Bring

➱ Exploring Angkor temples, bring sunscreen to keep your skin safe from the sun!

➱ Bring insect repellent — there are annoying bugs everywhere in Cambodia!

➱ Exploring Angkor temples, 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 Semi-Private – Temples Guided Tour [with Phnom Bakheng sunset]

Free Pick-up and drop-off Service: meet your driver at your Hotel lobby in Siem Reap.

  • We can provide FREE hotel pickup service to ALL of Siem Reap’s city hotels. Remember to include in the check-out notes your hotel or accommodation details.

Pickup takes place between 7:40 and 8:10 a.m.

Because a more accurate time cannot be offered, we recommend that our customers arrive at the hotel lobby by 7:40 a.m.

The trip departs from our lounge at 8:30 a.m.


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 swimwear as well as an insect repellant.
  • Please dress appropriately for all weather conditions.
  • There is a maximum of 10 people per booking. If your group is over 10 persons, you can skip to the page of the private tour:
  • Accessible for strollers.
  • It is not suggested for travelers who have back difficulties.
  • This joint tour is not appropriate for newborns or children under the age of 12.
  • 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 person.
  • 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 exploring Angkor temples?

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.

Exploring Angkor temples, 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 Semi-Private – Temples Guided Tour. This experience necessitates a minimum number of participants. You will be offered a new date/experience or a full refund if the minimum is not fulfilled.

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 they simply search and surf the web.

Frequently Asked Questions About Sanitization

What is the sanitization policy for the Angkor Wat tour Semi-Private – Temples Guided Tour?

  • 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 Angkor Wat tour Semi-Private – Temples Guided Tour?

  • Checks on the staff’s temperature at regular intervals.
  • Staff members experiencing symptoms are eligible for a paid leave of absence.

Get only the Top Rated itineraries and the Top Rated tour experience at the best Value possible

✅ Professionally trained and licensed tour guides, operators, and drivers.

✅ Only carefully curated, tried-and-true adventures, selected trips that have been thoroughly tested.

✅ Daily departures and the ability to accommodate journeys planned at the last minute.

✅ Come together in a more intimate setting, smaller groups with like-minded people who share your perspective on things and getaways with a focus on environmental stewardship and community service.

 

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Tour confirmation

For the tour confirmation:

  • Upon completing your reservation, you will receive an immediate confirmation email with an e-ticket from us.
  • A second email will follow with your tour guide and driver’s information on the day of the excursion. You’ll be able to reach them at this number if your hotel pick-up is a bit delayed since this might happen from time to time due to traffic or other customers running behind schedule. Hand the tour guide number to your hotel reception so they can take care of the call!
  • We ask that you please tell us if there are any problems or changes to the location/hotel where your trip will begin. Notify us via email if you’d like to alter the tour’s pick-up location or hotel after booking.

The time to act is now.

Pickup details

  • We will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel, but please provide us with your hotel name and address so that our tour and driver can greet you in the lobby.
[On the checkout page, filling up your data, you will see a dedicated space to write a note for us, including your pick-up place, as your meeting point to start the tour will be at your hotel lobby].

IMPORTANT!

While filling out your information on the checkout page, you will notice a special box to add a note for us, including your pick-up location, as your meeting point to begin the trip will be at your hotel lobby.

Following your reservation, we will provide you with all the pick-up information and schedule through email.

The meeting site for your tour pick-up and land transport is outside the hotel lobby near reception, outside your villa or rental airbnb.

The driver will arrive and ask for your name and voucher number, which you will provide on your mobile device.

What is a Shared Experience on MySiemReapTour?
  1. Itineraries are created in collaboration with notable travel bloggers, local experts, and the best-rated local guides.
  2. Small groups only! No buses, no crowds, and a limit of 10 passengers, with only top-notch modern leather-seat minivans.
  3. Solo travelers do not pay more; there are flat charges per person.

The booking process

How do I reserve a tour?

Find your favorite Angkor Wat tour or Siem Reap tour, select the number of guests, select a date on the calendar, and click on the “book now” button.

You will then enter your contact information to arrive at the payment page and receive your booking confirmation email. 

Begin the journey!

When buying a tour, what does ‘Instant Confirmation’ mean?

It means you will receive an instant confirmation of your booking via the email address you provided when you registered with MySiemReapTours, together with your payment receipt.

Your instant confirmation is your tour E-ticket.

Your confirmed booking, including all relevant details, will also be visible on your personal booking dashboard.

What is the longest time it takes to confirm a tour?

Most of the tours are confirmed in minutes. For a few private tours, we might need 1 hour or 2 to organize all your tour needs.

MySiemReapTours accepts which currencies?

We support transactions in U.S. dollars. If you are from a different region, the charges should immediately be converted into the currency of your home country by your credit card.

Most major credit cards can be used to pay for a MySiemReapTours activity.

Is it feasible to pay in cash or in person for an activity?

MySiemReapTours does not currently accept cash payments, and our physical locations do not handle ticketing or booking.

What should I do if the driver fails to arrive on time?

No worries, please contact the phone shown in the “contact tour operator/guide” part of your booking confirmation email for updates.

Who should I contact if I need to modify my reservation details?

Please notify us of any changes to your pick-up address, phone number, or email address.

What should I do if my plans change?

Please contact MySiemReapTours.

  • Booking@mysiemreaptours.com
  • Hotline: +855 (0)69 254 101
  • WhatsApp(chat only): +855 (0)69 254 101

…or use the online chat to contact us.

Please keep in mind that last-minute modifications may not be permitted.

Frequently Asked Questions

➤ What makes the Bayon Temple stand out from other structures?

The multitude of serene and happy stone faces that can be found on the Bayon’s various towers, which project from the top terrace and cluster around the monument’s central peak, is without a doubt the most distinguishing feature of this historic structure.

➤ Why is the Ta Prohm temple considered to be so important?

One of the temples in Angkor that receives the greatest number of visitors is Ta Prohm. This is due to the allure and enchantment provided by the mix of trees growing out of the ruins and the forest that surrounds the temple. As a direct consequence of this, it is one of the temples that sees the most guests on a daily basis.

It is one of the few Angkorian temples that has been preserved in a state that is relatively similar to the one that it was found in by the early explorers. Ta Prohm is one of the few temples that has been conserved in this manner.

From what we’ve seen, each and every tourist appreciates taking pictures there and soaking up the unique energy that the temple has to offer.

➤ Can you recall watching the movie Tomb Raider?

Where, exactly, did they shoot the Tomb Raider movie? Angkor Wat or Ta Prohm?

At Ta Prohm, scenes from the movie Tomb Raider, which was released in 2001 and starred Angelina Jolie as the character Lara Croft, were filmed.

In one scene, she walks past the towers in the southeast corner, continues along a ruinous corbelled roof section, walks past the iconic tree that has grown out of the enclosure, and then picks a jasmine flower in front of the other iconic tree that frames the enclosure doorway in the central enclosure. Ta Prohm was used as the setting for all of these scenes.

➤ What exactly was the purpose of Ta Prohm?

The Buddhist monastery that is today known as Ta Prohm was originally referred to as Rajavihara, which literally means “Monastery of the King.” Construction on the temple began in 1186 and continued until it was completed.

The temple was named after Jayavarman VII’s mother when it was constructed. It is one of the few temples in the Angkor region that has an inscription, and among the information it provides, you may learn about the people who lived at the temple as well as those who were dependent on it.

It’s a little bit of a maze, so you might find yourself going in the wrong direction or even going backward sometimes, but that’s okay. The vast majority of temples, including this one, have display boards that advise different walking routes, and so does this particular temple.

The highlights of this location include the narrow vertical bas-reliefs that can be found near the entrances, the smiling faces that can be found on the western gate, the lintels and pediments, the overall greatness and appearance, and the incredible trees with their roots that look like reptiles that are taking over the ruins.

Because of this, you will require our local professional tour guide while you are out on the stroll. There is a lot more to study and learn about in this Ta Phrom area.

 

 

3 reviews for Angkor Wat tour Semi-Private | Temples Guided Tour [with Phnom Bakheng sunset]

  1. Kristina Lugs

    We had a wonderful experience on our one-day sunset trip to Angkor with MySiemReaptours, and it’s definitely something we won’t forget in a hurry! The communication that took place via WhatsApp and email during the process of booking was really swift and professional, and all of the specifics were made apparent and confirmed well in advance of the trip date. The tour was incredible, particularly the part where we got to view the temples and learn about their history. We had a wonderful guide who was highly informed not just about Angkor and its history but also about Cambodia, both in the past and in the present. His English was flawless, he was conversational, and he was very knowledgeable. In addition to that, he led us along routes and gave us an itinerary that kept us away from the majority of the people, which made the day go off without a hitch. We would love to arrange another trip with MySiemReaptours and are looking forward to returning to Siem Reap in the future.

  2. Marina Bandy

    Our visit of Angkor, which was led by both our guide and our driver, was quite enjoyable. We were able to view the highlights, understand each location’s history and religion, and tailor the experience along the way to meet our family’s needs. Fantastic tour!

  3. Damien Wilkinson

    Outstanding Tour and Guide.
    Because this was our first time seeing Angkor Wat, our tour guide Chean and our driver went above and above to ensure that we had a memorable experience. My experience with Chean as a tour guide ranks him among the most knowledgeable and enthusiastic I’ve ever had. It is incredible how well he understands the history of Cambodia and Angkor, as well as religion, politics, architecture, and ethnography. His English is a very top-notch. And on top of that, he is a very humorous man. I have complete confidence in recommending him to any traveler whose primary language is English. Because Chean was our guide, we were able to gain an incredible amount of information about the temples and the Angkor complex!

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