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Important Tour Information – Shared Tours
In-Depth Tour Information
We want all of you to have an amazing time discovering Siem Reap so we decided to answer the most common questions we receive about our tours.
Below you’ll find a quick 5 minute read detailing all the information that you need to know about our Temple tours, Kulen Mountain tours, and Kompong Phluk tours.
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It’s a good idea to bring extra cash with you on our tours in case you would like to purchase something during your journey! Also, food and drinks are not included in our tours, unless stated otherwise, so that cash will come in handy!
However, we don’t recommend bringing large bills like a $50 or $100. Try to keep your bills at $20 or below as some places will be unable to give you back change.
Most places do not accept debit or credit cards!
Quick Pickup Info:
- Confirm pick-up point the day before the tour
- Let your hotel staff know when you have the tour
- Be ready 30 minutes before departure time
- Hotel lobby is the best place to wait
- We can’t wait for you past departure time
- Call +855-92 55 55 18 if you missed pick-up time
- Take a tuk-tuk to our office if you missed your departure
Follow this link if you need more info about our pickup and dropoff services
Which Tour are you Having:
Angkor Wat is a spectacular temple complex and we need to strive to keep it that way. For this reason, there is a certain dress code that needs to be followed. In order to be allowed entry to the temples, you must adhere to the dress code.
- Clothing needs to cover knees (Preferably wear pants)
- Clothing needs to cover shoulders (No scarves or shawls)
- Hide cleavage
- No revealing clothing (Tank-tops, short skirts/shorts)
The following video was made by the Apsara National Authority. They detail what you should not do while visiting temples in Cambodia.
These are not our rules but the rules of the Apsara National Authority who control the Angkor Temple Complex.
Remember that Angkor Wat is not merely an attraction but one of the largest religious complexes in the world as well as an active spiritual and pilgrimage site for Buddhists!
In order to access Angkor Wat and surrounding temples, you need to purchase an admission pass. Children under 12 are allowed free entry. Bring your kids passport in case you need to show documentation.
We do not include the Angkor Pass tickets in our tours!
Angkor Pass prices are as follows:
- 1 Day Pass = $37 | Valid for the day of purchase
- 3 Day Pass = $62 | Valid for 10 days (Visit any 3 days within 10-day limit)
- 7 Day Pass = $72 | Valid for 1 month (Visit any 10 days within 1-month limit)
Before starting the tour we will bring you to the ticketing booth. When at the ticketing booth you need to ensure that you have the proper dress code or you may be denied entry.
You can pay either by cash or card. The ticketing booth accepts payments via Visa, Mastercard, UnionPay, JCB, Discover and Diners Club cards.
Ready for the trek up Kulen Mountain?!
Make sure to bring your swimming suit if you want to swim under the waterfall!
- Shared tours: Entry ticket included
- Private tours: Entry ticket not included | $20 per ticket (unless already purchased on our website)
During our tours to Kompong Phluk, you will have the option to visit The Flooded Forest. In order to do so, you’ll need to purchase a separate ticket (during the tour) costing $5. On our tours page, we have this listed as “Small Boat”.
Our shared tours to Kompong Phluk include the floating village boat ticket within the price. Shared tours do not include the small boat ticket to The Flooded Forest. If you would like to discover The Flooded Forest you’ll need to purchase a separate ticket costing $5 (during the tour).
Our private tours to Kompong Phluk do not include the boat ticket to the floating village (unless already purchased through our website). Private tours do not include the small boat ticket to The Flooded Forest. If you would like to discover The Flooded Forest you’ll need to purchase a separate ticket costing $5 (during the tour).
- Shared tour: Includes main boat ticket
- Private tour: Does not include main boat ticket | $20 each for the ticket
- “Small Boat” to The Flooded Forest is not included | $5 (optional experience)
- Make sure to bring your swimming suit if you want to swim and a jumper as it can get cold after the sunset on the lake.
Read some quick tips from our seasoned tour guides and learn more about Cambodia in our blog.
Looking for fun activities in Siem Reap?
We have so many to choose from that you’ll never have to worry about what to do in Siem Reap. Whether you’re seeking a bird’s eye view of the region, are willing to get down and dirty on dusty countryside rides, or are ready to be amazed by daring acrobatic feats woven into engaging storylines, we’ve got you covered.
A fantastic Kulen National Park and Waterfall trip with our tour guide knowing as G1 (Mr ChiVorn) partner with the experience driver known as Pala with the van no. 1021. Well verse with the tour and the care to the team members especially our age 9 girl... – Mei Yen Yap
It was a wonderful trip
It was a wonderful trip and we had a very great tour guide Mr. Sopheap who is not only knowledgeable about the local culture and traditions but also knows how to take photos from... – AndreZ231
Mr.Hoeum Phyrom was our guide. He is really passionate and good photographer. I joined alone, but he take care a lot. He was nice to everyone. Even not our tour group... – 장해용
Whole Day Angkor Tour
I did the whole day Angkor tour with Mr. Hoeum Phyrom as our tour guide. I must say I was impressed with the quality of the tour. Phyrom (or Peter so most English speakers can say his name easily) used to be a monk... – louiseasv
Great Experience Kompong Phluk
I have never seen anything like this before where people have to adapt multiple times a year to lead a normal like. Cherry was an excellent guide always smiling, very knowledgeable about the geography and... – Shyam Sunder V