How do I get from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat?

How do I get from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat? From Siem Reap, one can take a minibus tour to Angkor Wat. E-bikes are also available for hire for tourists. Another option is to hire

How do I get from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat?

From Siem Reap, one can take a minibus tour to Angkor Wat. E-bikes are also available for hire for tourists. Another option is to hire a tuk-tuk to get to and around Angkor Wat, and one can find plenty of drivers waiting.

How much is Angkor Wat entrance fee?

Where to Buy Angkor Wat Tickets? Angkor Wat ticket price 2021 is US$37 (1 day), US$62 (3 days) and US$72 (1 week) as of 1st February 2017, managed by Angkor Enterprise. There are two ways to buy an Angkor Wat ticket – from the ticket office or online.

Is Siem Reap safe for tourists?

Siem Reap is probably the safest destination in Cambodia. It has become a tourist hotspot and caters accordingly. While petty crime is unfortunately not uncommon, if one has their wits about them one will be safe. A passport is required of all nationals coming through Cambodia.

How much is a tuk-tuk from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat?

A day’s hire of a tuk-tuk from the town around the major temples at Angkor Wat and back should cost around $15-25 USD. For a guided day, expect to pay closer to $25 USD.

Is Angkor Wat worth visiting?

Angkor Wat is definitely worth a visit even if you can only go for one day. The temple will not only inspire and amaze you, but it will also give you a sense of human history that you can only get from visiting historic monuments such as this one.

How long does it take to walk around Angkor Wat?

How long to spend in Angkor Wat is up to you, but we recommend that you plan to spend at least 3 days exploring the park. Unless you are really short on time, don’t try to cram your visit into one day.

How much time do you need in Siem Reap?

three days
Siem Reap can’t be covered in one day—you’ll need at least three days to cover the huge expanse of the Angkor temples and other attractions in the area. So unless you have a friend in the area with an extra bed, you’ll need to stay at a Siem Reap hotel or hostel while you’re in town.