Dawn of Wonder: Angkor Wat Sunrise & Ta Prohm Adventure

From: $36.00

Embark on a mesmerizing journey to witness the breathtaking sunrise at Angkor Wat, followed by a thrilling exploration of the mysterious Ta Prohm temple ruins. Book now for a once-in-a-lifetime Cambodia adventure!

Tour Description
The sunrise tour starts as early as 4:30 am at the Angkor Wat Temple.

  • It is a perfect way to discover the beautiful sunrise at the temple of Angkor Wat before  proceeding to the Ta Prohm, the Tomb Raider temple which is featured in Angelina Jolie’s movie.

Tour Rates

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Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour and Ta Prohm

1 Day tour

  • Pickup: 4:30am to 13:00pm
  • Duration: 7h 
  • Distance: Approx. 32km round trip
Itinerary Details ​

Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour and Ta Prohm

At 4:30 AM, you will be picked up from your hotel for the incredible sunrise experience at Angkor Wat. Our guide will show you the best spots to photograph the sun setting behind the temple. After sunrise, we will return you to the hotel for breakfast.

After enjoying the delicious breakfast at the hotel, your guide and driver will return you to Angkor Wat also known as the Mother Temple.

This 7th well-known temple is thought to be the largest religious structure in the world. This temple is a work of art in terms of symbolism and symmetry, and it is a source of great pride for all Khmers. We begin by unraveling the mysteries of the bas-reliefs depicting Hindu mythology and Khmer empire glory.

We then proceed to the Ta Prohm temple, a structure that has been left to rot. The tentacle-like tree roots here, left as ‘discovered’ by French explorer Henri Mouhot in 1860, are slowly eviscerating the surviving stones that man first subjugated nature to create.

We will return you to your hotel so that you can spend the rest of your day at leisure.

Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour and Ta Prohm

This amazing temple tour requires a valid Angkor Pass, which costs $37 per person. You can purchase tickets online before the tour begins; however, your tour guide will assist you in purchasing one before touring Angkor Wat.

Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour and Ta Prohm

The dry season, which lasts from November to March, is the most popular time to visit Angkor Wat. These days are cooler and dryer, but they are also the busiest, so expect crowds. Despite the fact that these are technically “winter” months, weather conditions are still quite warm.

Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour and Ta Prohm

Angkor Wat’s dress code forbids uncovering clothing, such as those that expose shoulders, knees, or cleavage. When visiting Angkor Wat, visitors should dress in cover clothes that cover their shoulders and pants, or skirts that fall below the knee.

It is recommended that you bring strong footwear, a hat, sun cream, sunglasses, torch, and extra water to avoid dehydration due to the humidity on this tour.

Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour and Ta Prohm

Embark on an unforgettable adventure with the Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour and Ta Prohm, where you’ll witness a magical sunrise at the world’s largest religious structure and explore the enchanting, tree-entwined ruins of Ta Prohm, famously featured in Tomb Raider. This full-day experience includes hotel pickup, knowledgeable guides, and a fascinating journey through Cambodia’s rich history and culture.

Key Highlights:

• Start your tour as early as 4:30 am for a mesmerizing sunrise at the iconic Angkor Wat Temple

• Explore the intricate bas-reliefs depicting Hindu mythology and the glory of the Khmer empire

• Discover the captivating Ta Prohm temple, left untouched since its discovery by Henri Mouhot in 1860

• Enjoy a comfortable round trip of approximately 32km with hotel pickup and drop-off

• Plan your visit during the dry season (November-March) for the best weather conditions

Important Information:

• An Angkor Pass ($37 per person) is required for the tour and can be purchased online or with the assistance of your guide

• Dress code: Respectful clothing covering shoulders, knees, and cleavage; comfortable, sturdy footwear recommended

• Bring a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, a torch, and extra water for your comfort and safety

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