This place is a must see! I will certainly recommend it to all family and friends when I go home. Be prepared with the heat and humidity. On day one, my fiancé and I went through 4.5 litres of water and two coconuts each. Bring lots of tissues as well for the endless sweat that you will encounter. Take it easy and move slowly. For most temples, my partner was able to get in without having to wear long trousers, but for the temple that we were taken to for sunset he had to wear long trousers. So bring long trousers with you and also long sleeve top to use for those temples that require it. Also make sure you don't wear flip flops, a lot of the stairs are steep so you need good footwear. People will try to inflate prices when it comes to buying elephant pants, fruit, coconut water but you can negotiate prices with them. Spend at least two days there so buy the 3 day pass. There are so many temples to see and a lot ground to cover. Let alone sunrise and sunset.
What a surreal experience. My sister and I were definitely not disappointed after seeing the intriguing details in the temples. We're from Florida, so we're used to high heat and humidity. If you aren't, I recommend you prepare yourselves. Temperatures in March were about 104 degrees Fahrenheit. As you adventure around, there are people offering rides to and from the different temples. There are also people selling clothing and lots and lots of delicious fresh fruit. Really, there's nothing like it. I hope to go back some day.
A very well maintained, beautiful and precious collection of buildings. An absolute must see. Pleased that the roads are being kept well, the litter is minimal (particularly when compared to some other historic monuments in SE Asia), tours are relatively few. This allows you the time and space to really enjoy and appreciate these stunning places.
A true wonder of the world. I will never forget visiting here. It is hard to put the experience into words. Certainly worthwhile going at sunrise - even if the weather isn't the best the crowds are smaller and the temperatures are comfortable. Take some time to learn about the culture before visiting so not to insult the locals. A good guide will know how to tour you through the temple to avoid large groups.
Fabulous lake views. Clean water of lake looks great. Fascinated with green surroundings on both sides of the lake. Cambodia has many spots of tourists attraction. Green mountains and lakes with so much natural beauty, good scenery of all the places.