Angkor Temples Small Circuit Private Tour by Tuk-Tuk
- Get a one-of-a-kind and unforgettable experience during your visit to Siem Reap with this tour by Tuk-Tuk!
- Explore the temples of Angkor Small Circuit at your own leisure on a private tuk-tuk
- Marvel at the enormous and beautiful Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the entire world
- Drop by the Terrace of the Elephants, where King Jayavarman VII used to watch his victorious returning army
- Travel back in time as you walk through Banteay Kdei Temple, which shows the temple as it was centuries ago
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What to expect
Experience Cambodia in a completely different way by exploring the temples of Angkor Small Circuit while you're inside a Tuk-Tuk! 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. The Angkor Temples tour will start in the morning - you'll get picked up at your hotel, then proceed to the ticket station to purchase your Angkor Passes. Once you're done, hop on the Tuk-tuk and head to the first stop of the tour, the majestic Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the entire world. Marvel at its stunning architecture, with tall towers akin to a flowering lotus bud. Make your way to Angkor Thom and Bayon Temple, surrounded by lush forests and best seen in the morning due to its eastward orientation, before you take a quick break for lunch at a local restaurant, at your own expense. Climb up the Terrace of the Elephants, a 300-meter long platform which was used by King Jayavarman VII to follow games and celebrations, as well as watch his armies return from victory. Check out the architectural beauty and sound designs of the Ta Keo Temple, said to have been left incomplete due to a bad omen after a lightning bolt hit it during construction, and the Ta Prohm Temple, used as a filming location for the movie Tomb Raider. Your last stop for the Angkor Tuk Tuk tour is the Banteay Kdei Temple, which has been overtaken by the vegetation surrounding it, before you head back to the city and get dropped off at your hotel/accommodation.