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吴哥, 柬埔寨

电话: +855 63 966 788
angkor@anantara.com

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Temple Experience

The temple sites of the Angkor Archaeological Park contain the magnificent remains of several capital cities of the Khmer Empire. The hundreds of temples surviving until today are a spectacular testament to the scale of ambition and ingenuity of these ancient people, the most civilised society of their time. After the fall of this mighty empire, many of the temples were abandoned and reclaimed by nature, but thanks to extensive restoration efforts, it is possible to get a glimpse into this ancient civilisation.

About Angkor

The most significant religious monument ever to have been constructed, the temples of Angkor are the greatest legacy of the mighty Khmer Empire and the ultimate expression of Cambodian ingenuity. Built over centuries, the ruins of this holy city are the remnants of the Angkorian capitals and represent the pinnacle of this ancient civilization. Angkor was the capital of the Khmer Empire, which flourished from approximately the 9th to 15th centuries and has been recognised as one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. Spread across a staggering 400 square kilometers, the Angkor Archaeological Park is home to the remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire.

Temple Guru

Tong Hann, or Hann, as he is known amongst the team, has been a professional guide in Siem Reap for more than a decade, educating guests with his generous manner and wealth of knowledge about nearby temples and the country as a whole.

Spending some of his life as a monk and an English teacher before switching careers, Hann has intimate knowledge of the history and intricate details of Angkor site and presents the rich history of his country in a warm and engaging manner. Designed to showcase the hidden gems, little known secrets and tucked away places of the Angkor Wat temples, his informative excursions reveals unique glimpses of timeless local life for a truly immersive experience.

Well versed in creating unique, tailor made temple itineraries, a journey with Hann provides an authentic insight into the area’s heritage and brings ancient myths and legends to life.

Temple Classics

Our prime position a short drive from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor makes it easy to immerse yourself in the heart of Khmer culture. Home to the iconic Angkor Wat, the Archaeological Park stretches over 400 square kilometres and encompasses the awe-inspiring remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire during the height of its regime from the 9th to the 15th century.

 
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Angkor Wat

The jewel in the Cambodia’s crown, Angkor Wat is a stunning testament to the dedication and ingenuity of the ancient Khmer empire. One of the largest religious monuments in the world, Angkor Wat was built by a Khmer king in the first half of the 12th century and represents the architectural and religious pinnacle of this ancient society. It is regarded as the Eighth Wonder of the World due to its impressive size and distinctive artistic style and no trip to Cambodia is complete without experiencing it.

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Angkor Thom

This splendid inner royal city was built by the end of the 12th century and is renowned for its temple grounds and towering southern gate. Meaning “the great city” in Khmer, the Buddhist city is skirted by towering walls and four grand entrances. Especially famed for the multi-faced Bayon Temple, the expansive site contains a number of other fascinating temples.

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Ta Prohm

Having undergone minimal restoration, stone pillars and carvings intertwine with massive tree roots and jungle in Ta Prohm, one of Angkor’s most spectacular and popular temples.

Bespoke Tour Experience

   

Half-day temple tour

Unravel the mysteries of the ancient Khmer capital and bear witness to the stunning ruins of Angkor Wat with this private half day. Temples included here are the resplendent Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm (commonly referred to as the ‘Tomb Raider’ Temple) and Preah Khan.

Duration: 5.00 am — 9.00 am
Departure: Daily
Note: Transport, entry fees, breakfast and drinks included

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Full-day temple tour

Ride in comfort to the Angkor Archaeological Park and wander the temple complex with our resident Guru offering scholarly insight into the awe inspiring site dating back to the Khmer Empire. Start with a sunrise view of Angkor Wat, See the South Gate of Angor Thom City, Bayon Temple, Prasat Ta Nei and Ta Prohm temples with your guide.

Duration: 5.00 am – 6 hours (excluding break time)
Departure: Daily
Note: Transport, entry fees, breakfast, lunch and drinks included

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Outlying temples half day

Escape the ever present crowds at the major temples at the Angkor Archaeological Park and enjoy wandering the captivating temples of Banteay Srei and Banteay Samre in solitude.

Duration: 5.00 am - 9.00 am 4 hours
Departure: Daily
Note: Transport, entry fees, breakfast, lunch and drinks included

   

Progressive temple circuit (3 hours)

Our first stop in West Baray is a beautiful rice paddy, overlooked by a Buddhist monastery. The two temples featured in this itinerary are excluded from most regular tours and guides and are located in the middle of the jungle with access only possible through an exotic road crossing the jungle.

Duration: 5.00 am - 8.00 am 3 hours
Departure: Daily

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Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa

National Road no. 6, Khum Svay Dangkom,
Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia
电话:+855 63 966 788
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电子邮件:angkor@anantara.com

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