An Angkor Wat Ticket, sometimes known as the Angkor Pass, is required for all visitors to the Angkor Archaeological Park except for Cambodian citizens. There are no discounts, no way to buy online, no exceptions and it will be checked at multiple times throughout your visit.
What is the best way to get to Angkor Wat?
To get to Angkor Wat, you’ll need to arrive in Siem Reap (by bus, train, or flight), find accommodation, and get an early start on the ruins the following day. The main Angkor Wat site is close enough to Siem Reap to reach by bicycle.
What is the best time to visit Angkor Wat?
The best time to visit Angkor Wat in terms of weather is in the dry season from early December until March: You experience pleasant temps and the least rainfall. Temperatures hover around 30°C (86°F). However, it is also the busiest time. A much quieter period is the rainy season from May to October.
How long should I visit Angkor Wat?
How long to spend in Angkor Wat is up to you, but we recommend that you plan to spend at least 3 days exploring the park. Unless you are really short on time, don’t try to cram your visit into one day.
Why is Angkor Wat so expensive?
The whole Angkor Wat experience is expensive due to cost of entry into the complex, and transportation, and 3) food. That said, hotels and transportation in and out of Siem Reap is reasonable. First, Angkor Wat is managed by Sokimex, a private company founded by an ethnic Vietnamese-Cambodian, beginning in 1990.
How much is a Cambodian visa on arrival?
The 30-day tourist visa is available to travelers in advance or on arrival (for most nationalities) for a cost of $30 if you get it directly at the airport. The tourist visa is single entry only, and can be renewed once for an additional 30 days for a fee of between $30 and $50.