Angkor Wat - The largest religious monument is a must visit destination in Cambodia

date_range 06-Feb-2023
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The graceful spires of an old stone city soar skyward over the vast complex of Angkor Archaeological Park, which is located deep within the forests of Cambodia's Siem Reap province.

There are two circuits to explore at Angkor: the small circuit, which is 17 kilometers long, and the grand circuit, which is 26 kilometers long. The complex is large, so taking the time to visit every temple will help you stop wanting to see more. With flea markets, little temples, and a large number of tourists, Siem Reap is a bustling city.

Visitors will be stunned by the plethora of warm welcomes and smiles when entering the Kingdom because Cambodians are known for their hospitality. 

The gateway to Angkor, Siem Reap, is a rapidly expanding town that offers housing, dining, and travel package options for all tastes and price ranges. For individuals whose travel plans fit what is offered, which is often a visit to one of Angkor's important sites, tour buses are available. Hire vehicles or motorbikes with drivers and/or guides who can also provide routes for anyone who want to explore more remote and off-the-beaten-path structures.

When should you visit?

December and January are Angkor's busiest travel months since they have the friendliest weather and the least chance of rain. Springtime temperatures can increase, usually reaching their peak in April just before the monsoon season in May and June. Monsoon season travel might be uncomfortable.