Thanks you so much for contacting me , I am native to Siem Reap Angkor and very happy to share the best qualities in this area has to offer. let me begin by sharing some general information for visiting Angkor Wat , Cambodia and introducting my standard day tour option itineraries.please note that all prices are expressed in United States Dollars (USD) and it is per car include gasoline and driver only not per person.
1.The temple pass fee USD37.00 for one day , two day and 3 day USD62.00 and USD72.00 for a week vissit (note for childrence under 12 year free of charge
2.Driver English speaking skills are comparable to the temple's tour guides and I'm happy to explain many things while we're driving. However, We are not a fully licensed local tour guide and therefore cannot accompany you inside the temple. At your discretion, you may explore the temple with or without a licensed local tour guide
3.The rate to hire a fully license English speaking local tour guide is USD35.00/day (additional USD10.00 for sunrise) and I'm happy to arrange for you need.
4.Aditional Entrance Fee Such as;
-Beng Mealea temple USD5/pax, Koh Ker temple USD10/pax, Preah Vihear temple USD10/pax, Banteay Chhmar USD10/pax, and Sambo Preykuk temple USD5 each.
What Prohibition in Angkor Temple Area (Angkor Visitor Code of Conduct)
-Dress Code, Revealing closthes such as shorts and skirts above the knees and showing bare shoulders are prohibited in sacret places.Respectful dress is strongly encouraged in Angkor.
-Monuments; Touching carvings, sitting on fragile structures, learning on temple tractures,moving or taking archaeological artifacts and grafiti are strictly prohibited. Backpacks, umbrellas with sharp tips, tripods and hight heels are discouraged from being brought or worn inside the temple.
-Sacret Sites; As Angkor is Sacred site, loud conversation and noise and other inappropriate behaviour in Cambodian culture is considered to be offensive and may disturb other visitors, please keep calm and be respectful.
-Restricted Areas; For your own safty and for the conversation of Angkor please comply with all signs on the site and be mindful of your steps at all times do not climb on loose stones.
-Smoking and Littering; As the member of the World Health Organization, Angkor has been a smok free site sine 2012.Smoking cigarettes diturbs others and cigarettes can start bush fires.To protact the environment, please do not smok and litter.
-Monks; Monk are revered and respected, if you want to take picture, please ask for permission first.women should not touch or stand or sit too close to monks.