Tags : Temple
Timings : 5:00 AM to 6:00 PM daily.
Time Required : You can explore the temple and the surrounding area in a day. It will take around 2-3 days to explore the whole park apart from Angkor Wat at a slow pace.
Entry Fee : 1-Day: USD 37 for a day pass 3-Days: USD 62 valid for ten days 7-Days: USD 72 valid for one month
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In northern Cambodia lies one of the world's largest and most significant monuments. Angkor Wat is a treasured Buddhist temple and the allure of the Angkor Archaeological Park. It is considered the gateway to the ruins of Angkor. This temple is a national icon and source of pride for Cambodia and is also proudly displayed on the national flag.
The city of Angkor in which lies the Angkor Wat temple was built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II of the Khmer empire. The park is spread across an area of roughly 400 square kilometers, making it the largest pre-industrial city in the world. The park shouldn’t be considered as just a collection of different temples and monuments. Angkor was a well-established city, and the temples were a part of that flourishing city. The main temple among them all was Angkor Wat, which has been rebuilt many times by different kings of the Khmer empire and later the kings of other dynasties according to their preferences. The ruins of Angkor feels like you’ve entered a completely different world where the lines of reality and fantasy have become blurred.
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