Some of you may have realized already, but our pick up times are always at least 30mins-1hr before the departure time. Don’t worry; we’re not wasting your time! This ensures that we can collect all of our guests from their hotels, and leave the shuttle at the designated time of departure for a FULL day of adventures!
Another option is to get a tuk tuk of your own, just make sure you are at our office 15 minutes before departure time.
We also allow extra time so that we can bring you out to the ticket booth just outside of town to get your tickets, and from there, the adventure begins!
Don’t forget the dress code! While visiting the temples it is important to be respectful. For Khmer temples, this means dressing appropriately. We recommend that all of our guests follow the rules, so please come prepared with clothing that is at least knee-length, and covers your shoulders. Scarves and shawls used only for covering shoulders are no longer accepted at Angkor. This means you have to wear a long t-shirt covering your shoulders (and no cleavage!).
We understand that mistakes happen, so we have some extra sarongs (wrap skirts) with all of our tour guides in case of emergency.
Just like any popular tourist destination, the restaurants surrounding the temples can be quite pricey in comparison to local restaurants in town. With that being said, nobody minds if you pack your own lunch, and you can leave it behind in the vehicle while exploring!
Ta Prohm Temple is notorious for disorienting fascinated tourists, so this is just a minor example of how our guides can come in handy.
Our English speaking tour guides are available for all of our tours, and we highly recommend you take one with you! Our tour guides are highly knowledgeable on every temple you will visit, and they can also serve as a GPS!