Angkor, Cambodia Guided Tour

Cambodia sightseeing tour guide: Angkor offers a glimpse back in time to a powerful empire: verdant jungle ruins, stunning carvings, and majestic architectural achievements.

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An Online Tour Guide:

  • to play and pause as you wish
  • providing a day or two of entertainment for less than $5
  • including insider tips, maps and directions
  • fascinating information throughout your route
  • and tons of photos because 'a picture is worth 1000 words'
Like having a friend show you around!

About the Angkor, Cambodia guided tour: Angkor is found just outside the Cambodian city of Siem Reap, with its nearby airport. For more than a century it has captivated the hearts and minds of westerners, but until recently wasn’t a viable destination for any but the most daring travelers. With the stabilization of Cambodia’s government and the improved infrastructure, visiting is now the ideal experience for anyone looking for unbelievable beauty and wonder. With more than seventy temples and palaces, Angkor is a place of dreams, and should be on everyone’s list of places to visit in their life.

Tour Highlights

Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

  • Introduction
  • The Bayon
  • Terrace of the Elephants
  • Ta Prohm
  • Angkor Wat
  • Phnom Bakheng
  • Conclusion
Transportation By Foot – Easy walking
Specialty Historical/Heritage, Sacred Sites
Tour Type Guided Tour – play before & while you tour
And much much more…

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  • When visiting Angkor, make sure you wear appropriate clothing. This means fairly modest clothing that covers, even though it will be quite hot during some seasons. This is still a series of functioning temples, and the Khmer will appreciate it if you respect their religious space. Generally, ask yourself if you would wear your outfit to church or synagogue.
  • Learning a few key phrases in Khmer will allow you to make the people you meet very happy. Unlike neighboring Thailand, very few travelers to Cambodia bother to learn any Khmer, so even learning to say hello (sues'day) or thank you (awkun) will get you many smiles.
  • Don't drink unbottled water, and don't eat fruits with skins still on them. It should go without saying, but it only takes one slip to leave you with a very unpleasant stomach bug. And ice is the silent menace that people always forget: fruit juice is safe, but if it has ice in the glass, politely send it back.
  • US currency is accepted in Cambodia, and is in many cases easier to deal with than the riel. Carry lots of one dollar bills, as many things will cost a dollar.
  • Bring gifts for the throngs of children who will beg, if you'd prefer to give them goods instead of money. Pens, pencils, notebooks, colored markers, and other school supplies are all appreciated. And, of course, there is always candy!

Brendan McGuigan

Brendan has written extensively on sites in Southeast Asia, Indonesia, and the Pacific Northwest. He is committed to discovering beautiful and inspirational locations worldwide, and helping others to thoroughly experience them.


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"Exciting, a whole new concept"
Around The World Travel Radio

"Even though I am a local, I thoroughly enjoyed visiting and learning more about the history of the landmarks. The author's interest in the area comes through in his engaging style of writing. Being able to complete the tour at my own pace made it even
more enjoyable."
Flora Savitzky (Researcher)

"When the conference ended, I stayed in town on my own and used T4M's self-guided tour to decide which things in town I wanted to visit and what to see/do there. The guide was right every step of the way. Bottom line, this guide helped me make the most of my time in town."
Ed Wetschler, SATW & Editor of Tripitini