The angkor temples They are a real wonder that one has to visit at least once in a lifetime. Despite the number of people there are, one can enjoy the beauty that is hidden in almost every corner.
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exist two circuits, the Little, which is 17 km long and includes the temples of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom (Bayon, Baphuon, Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, Preah Palilay, Terrace of the Leper King, Terrace of the Elephants, the Keangs and the Prasat Suor Prat), Phnom Bakheng, Baksei Chamkrong. This can be done in one day, starting at 5.30 at Angkor Wat to watch the sunset and ending at 5.30, closing time.
The Great Circuit It is 26 km long and is an extension of the previous one. Walk the farthest temples and, perhaps, more delicate although not so large.
How many days do you need to see the Temples of Angkor?
Most people spend only one day doing the small circuit and this is enough to give you an idea of the grandeur of these temples, but I particularly think that the ideal is two or three days minimum. I spent 3 days in Siem Reap and I dedicated two to the temples, I hired a motorcyclist, who acted as a guide, thus saving a lot of time on transfers. He took me the first day to the Small Circuit and the second to the Grand Circuit, with which I could see all the temples. The ideal is to start very early because the sun is very hot and it is very hot from 10 in the morning.
Entrance ticket to the Temples of Angkor
You can buy it when you go to the temples, there are several lockers and everything is quite fast. There are three types of tickets:
- One day: $ 20
- Three days: $ 40
- One week: $ 60
In the three-day program you have a week to enjoy them and in the one week, a month.
It seems that the visitors discovered inside the temples without their valid ticket they are fined $ 100.
Access is open from 5.30 in the morning until 5.30.
There are many maps that you can find in the hotels or in the guides, here I leave one to give you an idea of the distribution of the temples. At the entrance they will offer you guides at ridiculous prices, but when you are going to pay they triple …
More detailed information on the temples in the friendly blog of Mil Viatges.