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What people are saying about Angkor

Great tour, great organisation, great guide!!

Our guide Noy was super nice, told us all about the history of the Angkor temples but also about Cambodian history and culture, and the site restoration. He answered all our questions and was very clear! The staff was also really nice and kept giving us water and fresh scented towels throughout the day. The program is focused on the three most famous temples (Angkor Wat, Bayon, Ta Prohm) but it is enough for one day as it takes about 1 to 1,5 hours to see each temple (even longer for Angkor Wat). I would definitely recommend the tour if you only have one day to visit the Angkor temples, or as a first day to discover the main temples, and go more independantly with a tuk tuk or bikes the other days. For lunch they to us to a really good restaurant, but a bit more expensive than what you find in town (about $10 for main + drink)

Siem Reap: Full-Day Small Group Temples Tour Reviewed by Violaine, 08/06/2019

a lovely relaxing way to spend an evening

A good way to experience the lake, see a bit of the lake inhabitants way of life and beautiful sunset vista. I could do without the crocodile, etc deck stopover but realise for some it could be interesting. The stop over at the lotus farm was a nice addition. There were only a few of us on the Queen Tara for the dinner part of the tour which made it very peaceful. The boat ride back in the dark is a bit of an adventure and again gives a good glimpse into the daily life of the rivers inhabitants. I enjoyed the tour, it was professionally handled, I would recommend it.

Really lovely evening spent relaxing on a boat w/ drinks and sunset

We really enjoyed this activity. It gave us a glimpse of Cambodian life we would not otherwise have seen, specifically the floating village and lotus farms. The dinner on the boat was relaxing. The boat does not really cruise but floats along. We enjoyed sitting in the hammocks with a drink in hand, making for a very pleasant experience. The dinner includes simple dishes, and was filling although some people opted to diner after (it’s also an early dinner). I would recommend this activity highly - very relaxing.

Sunset Dinner Tour: Tonle Sap Lake Floating Village Reviewed by Anonymous, 09/02/2019

Intelligent guide and interesting tour on full-day of sightseeing

Our guide Sam was very interesting and spoke great English, which he used to explain some background to the temples as well as the more modern and tragic history of Cambodia. The sites were great, and the bus was comfortable with cool water and towels which were needed. Wearing a skirt or shorts that just about reach your knees is fine for both sexes, jeans are a bad idea as there is a fair bit of walking involved. Comfortable shoes also highly recommended as the trails are dusty and rocky in some temples.

Angkor Wat Full-Day Sunrise Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 08/12/2019

Not as expected. Dry season means no boat trip.

Bus collected us and returned us to hotel. Very good. We went in the dry season. So there was no "floating" village as such just a very tall village. The river was dry so no real boat trip, we went to a floating cafe and waited 2 1/2hrs for the sunset. With no way off... Still the beer was not too expensive and the sunset was awesome.. Chilled out trip if you can handle being "trapped" on a floating cafe. Enjoyed the experience, better in the rainyseason I bet.

Half-Day Floating Village Tour of Kompong Phluk Reviewed by Gavin, 07/12/2019