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Our tour guides are fully trained and highly knowledgeable on all of our tour stops, and they can also serve as a great GPS!
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!
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The following video was made by the Apsara National Authority. They detail what you should not do while visiting temples in Cambodia.
Our temple tours
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.
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!
Our temple tours
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.
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.
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Make sure to bring your swimming suit if you want to swim under the waterfall!
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).