Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour

See the three main temples in the Angkor Complex and watch the sunrise over the towers of Angkor Wat. We’ll stop for lunch along the way and then explore the ancient city of Angkor Thom and Ta Prohm in the afternoon.

Duration: 1 Day

Pick Up Time: 4:30 – 5:00 (depending on time of year)

Pick Up Location: Hotel or Guesthouse

Finish Time: 4pm

Temples / Attractions: Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, Bayon

Tour Description

This is our most popular tour and you’ll get to see the three most popular temples in one day. We’ll start very early in the morning to see the sunrise at Angkor Wat and then we’ll spend the morning exploring the main Angkor Wat complex. We’ll see the towers, the bas-reliefs, carvings, and statues when we explore this massive temple.

We will then stop for lunch in the Angkor Archaeological Park where there are a number of local restaurants available. After lunch we’ll head over to Angkor Thom.

In Angkor Thom, we’ll see the Bayon temple situated in the centre of the ancient city. Here you can see the famous smiling faces and explore all the nooks and crannies of this wonderful temple.

We’ll also see the Terrace of the Leper King, Terrace of the Elephants, Baphuon, and Preah Palilay.

After Angkor Thom, we’ll take a look at Ta Prohm temple which was originally built to be a monastery and university. It housed many thousands of people. Nowadays, Ta Prohm has been left largely unrestored after being rediscovered by the French. As a result, trees are growing through the centre of the structure. The temple has been made safe for visitors, but the jungle has literally taken over.

After the tour has completed, we’ll drive you back to your hotel or we can drop you off in Siem Reap town.




Tour Guide

Cold Water & Towel



Angkor Temple Passes

Personal Expenses

Lunch & Drinks (other than free water)

Car Only

1 – 4 pax


Sunrise is $20 extra.

Car & Guide

1 – 2 pax


Sunrise is optional.

Minivan & Guide

3 – 7 pax



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