Sunrise Angkor Temples Small Circuit Private Tour by Tuk-Tuk
- See Siem Reap from a completely new perspective as you coast through the city's streets via Tuk-tuk
- Witness a sunrise unlike any other at the beautiful Angkor Wat Temple, one of the largest religious monuments
- Roam around the Terrace of the Elephants, used by King Jayavarman VII to watch the victorious return of his army
- Travel back in time with a visit to Banteay Kdey Temple, which has been taken over by the wilderness
- Feel the adrenaline course through your veins at Ta Prohm Temple, used for the movie Tomb Raider
What to expect
Known as one of the most iconic symbols of Siem Reap, the Tuk-Tuk, which can fit groups of up to 4 persons, is a must-try for anyone looking to immerse themselves in the city's rich and vibrant cultures. Discover Cambodia from a completely new perspective as you roam around the Small Circuit, drinking up up the gorgeous view of the sunrise at Angkor Wat and basking in the setting sun at the Banteay Kdey Temple. Get picked up early in the morning at your hotel In the morning, then proceed to the ticket station to purchase your Angkor Passes. Once that's all settled, hop on your private Tuk-tuk and head to the first stop of the tour, the majestic Angkor Wat. Known as the largest religious monument in the entire world, you'll get to witness the marvelous sight of the sun rising above the temple, painting its tall towers akin to a flowering lotus bud a variety of colors. Make your way to Angkor Thom and Bayon Temple, surrounded by lush forests and best seen in the morning due to its eastward orientation, then climb up the Terrace of the Elephants, a long platform used by King Jayavarman VII to follow games and celebrations, as well as watch his armies return from victory. Take a quick break for lunch to rest and recharge, at your own expense, then travel up Ta Keo Temple, perched on top of a mountain and rumored to have been left incomplete due to a bad omen after it was hit by a lightning bolt during its construction. Your last stops for the tour are Ta Prohm Temple, used as a filming location for the movie Tomb Raider and the Banteay Kdei Temple, overtaken by the lush vegetation surrounding it, before you head back to the city and get dropped off at your hotel/accommodation.