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Srah Srang: Our most recommended tours and activities

Angkor Sunrise Temple Tour

1. Angkor Sunrise Temple Tour

Early wake up and get picked up by comfortable vehicle, and visit Angkor Wat, the Angkor Thom complex containing Bayon temple and also Ta Prohm (Tomb-Raider) Temple. The automobile transports guests the short distances between the temples. Open your eyes to a beautiful Angkor Wat sunrise after an early wake-up call in the massive and magnificent Angkor Park. After the sunrise, you'll be able to satisfy your breakfast cravings at one of the many local restaurants within the Angkor Complex with some delicious Cambodian meal! The fascinating beauty of Bayon, located at the center of Angkor Thom, will then be explored. Its 54 towers are each topped off with the four faces of Avalokiteshvara. After Bayon, proceed to the world-famous Ta Prohm (Tomb-Raider) Temple, a 2001 movie. We'll return to town around midday (12:30pm).

Siem Reap: Private Multi-Stop Jeep and Boat Tour in Angkor

2. Siem Reap: Private Multi-Stop Jeep and Boat Tour in Angkor

This quick getaway to Siem Reap offers a guided jeep tour of Angkor, one of Cambodia’s most iconic and historic cities, including transportation and local meals. Visit the Phare Circus, Ta Prohm, Bayon Temple, and more. Enjoy a private cruise to the floating village. Day 1: Arrive in Siem Reap and visit the Phare CircusYour adventure starts with a meet and greet with your guide and driver at the airport, followed by a transfer straight to your accommodation for a few hours of rest. In the evening, head out to have a Khmer dinner at the famous HAVEN restaurant, with its unique setting and beautiful garden. Then, go see a Phare Circus performance that combines local traditions with innovation and creativity. Day 2: Visit Ta Prohm and Banteay SreiStarting in the morning, travel by jeep to Ta Prohm, pausing to collect your entry pass at the archaeological park entrance. Ta Prohm’s crumbling towers and root-embraced walls make it one of the most picturesque and atmospheric ruins in the Angkor complex. After exploring this iconic temple, have lunch at Srah Srang, then visit Banteay Srei. This red sandstone temple is one of Angkor’s most significant structures. Its walls are decorated with elaborate carvings which have been preserved remarkably well. Day 3: Angkor Sunrise and Angkor Thom SunsetRising at the crack of dawn, take a deep breath and get ready to experience the once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the most beautiful sunrise at Angkor Wat. Enjoy the views and learn how the rising sun brings the temples to life. Then, head down to explore the ancient temple at its most atmospheric, bathed in the warm glow of the morning sun. After exploring Angkor Wat, you’ll return to your accommodation and have time to rest before exploring the walled city of Angkor Thom. From Angkor Thom, continue to Bayon Temple. Located at the center of the city, see why this temple is also known as the “Giant Face Temple.” Your guide will point out the most interesting of the detailed bas reliefs illustrating everyday life in the Angkorian era. The tour concludes at the vast moat of Angkor Thom complex, where you’ll get to take a peaceful sunset cruise on a rowboat while enjoying canapés (hors d'oeuvre) and drinks. Day 4: Tour to Rouluos Temples and the Floating VillagePrepare to travel back in time to one of the earliest capitals in the Angkor area, Hariharalaya, now known as the Rouluos Group. Then, head to Kampong Pluk. Hop aboard a private boat to visit a floating village built entirely on stilts in the Tonle Sap, the lake at Cambodia’s center. See the little school, Buddhist temple, and shops before puttering off to a nearby floating fishing village. Day 5: Depart Siem ReapOn the final day of the tour, start with a filling breakfast before checkout time at the hotel. A jeep will be waiting to take you to the airport in Siem Reap. If planning to stay in Angkor longer, your guide will recommend some activities to do in the area.

Siem Reap: Private Angkor and Floating Village Jeep Trip

3. Siem Reap: Private Angkor and Floating Village Jeep Trip

Experience a once-in-a-lifetime adventure on this private trip in Angkor. Ride in a vintage, open-air jeep to Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, and a local mushroom farm, then leave land for the water on a boat trip to a floating village. Enjoy included transportation, meals, and various tastings. Day 1: Angkor Sunrise Jeep TourFollowing pickup from your hotel by vintage jeep, head to Angkor Wat where your guide will find the best spot to view the sunrise and take photos. Then, head down to explore the ancient temple at its most atmospheric, bathed in the warm glow of the morning sun. Before breakfast, head into the inner sanctum of Angkor Wat to admire the carvings and architecture of the temple. Continue along the tourist route to Angkor Thom, filled with stone sculptures depicting demons and deities. Learn about the cultural significance of the Bayon Temple, the Terrace of Elephants, and the Royal Enclosure from your guide as you roam around Angkor Thom. Next, take a short break to enjoy light refreshments to keep your energy level up before getting back in the jeep and continuing to the Ta Nei Temple. Travel through Angkor off-roads on the way to visit Ta Prohm Temple. The iconic Ta Prohm is overgrown by jungle trees and vines, with many parts of the temple crumbling to the ground. After finishing all visits for the day, enjoy typical Khmer cuisine during lunch by the small reservoir of Sra Srang. Day 2: Floating Village and Sunset Boat TourGet picked up in the afternoon, then head south of Siem Reap through the picturesque Cambodian countryside. Stop at a local family house surrounded by rice paddies to sip on a cold coconut or a local juice, meet the family, and spend time with them, learning about their farming life. Next on the itinerary is a visit to a local mushroom farm to learn about how mushrooms are grown using technical methods. Then, head to a rice wine distillery where you’ll get to try Cambodian rice wine right where it is produced. Later, drive to the nearby Tonle Sap Lake and travel by boat through the Kampong Phluk floating villages, where locals will greet you with smiles and enthusiastic waves. Get insight into the ways the local people live in this region. Your guide will describe the Tonle Sap Lake in more detail and tell you about the phenomenon that creates a depth variance of up to eight meters and why this lake is vital to Cambodia’s survival. Appreciate this new perspective of Cambodia as you cruise along the river. To complete the evening, take a boat ride on the waterway and enjoy local delicacies, including soft drinks and other cold beverages. Take in a spectacular view of Tonle Sap at twilight, then arrive back at your hotel in the evening. 

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What people are saying about Srah Srang

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 105 reviews

I had 'Angkor Temple Day Tour and 4-Course Gastronomic Experience' and it was exceptional for me. The tour covers all important sights to be seen in Angkor complex, the dinner offered in the package was a very good choice and the restaurant was very nice. Our guide, Mr. Lucky made the difference. He gave valuable information, he is funny and very careful with his guests. And most important, he helps you to have the best puctures you may have from this trip. He is one of the best in indicating the best spots for making pictures and he even makes for you very artistic photos. I thank him again and I fully recommend the tour and Mr. Lucky.

Our guide was wonderful. You could tell he totally loves his country and wanted to share it with all of us. He was very knowledgeable and you could tell that he enjoyed what he was doing.

The tour was great. A little too long but otherwise great. Our guide was very kind and well versed on the history of each temple.

I was impressed with temples, loved the Ta Prohm more than any other. The 4 course of food was terrific

Stunning site, excellent tour guide (Sothea Yon) and well worth the money.