Take in some of the most stunning sites around Angkor as you follow the Angkor Grand Circuit, laid by the French in the 20th century, and take beautiful pictures of tree-clad temples, colorful landscapes, and a breathtaking sunrise over the temples.
About this activity
Duration 1 day
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
From your hotel - we require 24 hours advance notice of the pick-up location
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See a spectacular sunrise over the temple of Angkor Wat
Follow a great historical route laid out by the French in the 20th century
Travel comfortably on spacious air-conditioned vehicles
Visit some of the lesser known temples on the route
Follow the Grand Circuit of Angkor, laid out by the French in the 20th century, and take in the amazing sites around the ancient Angkor City on this full-day photo tour.
Start at Siem Reap at 4:30 or 5:00 in the morning, and make your way to Angkor Wat to relish in the beauty of a sunrise over Angkor. Take beautiful photographs from the western end of the main building of Angkor Wat, have a delicious breakfast opposite the entrance to the temple, then go to explore Prasat Kravan temple and the Reservoir of Sras Srang, also known as the Royal Baths.
Discover the peaceful temple of Banteay Kdei as you enjoy the energizing morning light, visit what used to be an island in the vast Eastern Baray reservoir at the Pre Rup and East Mebon brick temples, and enjoy a fantastic restaurant lunch.
After lunch, we visit the North Gate of Angkor Thom and spend the rest of the afternoon in the spectacular Preah Khan Temple with its tree-clad ruins and unique atmosphere.
Please note that the exact start time for this sunrise tour is dependent on the time of year. We will notify all guests in advance of date-specific pick-up times.
The itinerary for tour with Cambodian tour guide is aimed at those photographers who do not need any technical support. Our guides take you to the best spots at the most appropriate time to shoot, as well as avoiding the crowd as much possible. They will give appropriate historical and culture info but NOT any photo instruction.