The following are the Tuktuk tours available in Siem Reap with their corresponding rates.
What I did was to combine the grand city tour (18 USD) with the small city tour (15 USD) for only 20 USD and that was my first day in Siem Reap. Hotels usually offer these tours.
|Map of the temples|
It is a lot better to have a copy of the map in order for you to be guided in your tour.
First stop that day - Angkor Wat.
There were so many tourists that day waiting for the sunrise and it was not a futile effort on our part.
I forgot time while I was roaming inside the temple. The scenery is just one of a kind.
A sight to behold!
Just imagine that these structures were built out of crude tools and hard labor.
Angkor Wat is a photographer's dream.
I stayed in the temple for almost 2 hours before going to the next stop.
Then, my tour guide fetched from Angkor Wat and told me that we had to go to the next temple. It was already 8:30 am.
You can also hire an elephant ride to see the temples.
Next stop was - Angkor Thom.
Angkor Thom is just minutes away from Angkor Wat and is the second famous temple in Siem Reap.
And I walked from one temple to another, not minding of the time and simply enjoying every minute of my tour.
Honestly, I forgot the names of the various temples and I do hope I do not mix their names.
And after Angkor Thom, we transferred to another temple.
Honestly, I forgot the name of this temple. I am not sure if this is the Preah Khan.
Interior of the (forgotten) temple
Leaving the temple
Then, we went to another temple.
The Neak Poan is the smallest temple of all the temples I went to that day.
It was past 1 pm when I was abe to finish the tour. And what a splendid and entertaining tour only Siem Reap can offer!!