Great guides and transport to distant locations.
I went on day trips to Koh Ker, Beng Mealea and a day trip on the Tonle Sap lake. As a photographer they look for good light situations and locations where people out of the city were less bothered by tourists with cameras. Amazing photo opportunities with small groups and reliable transport with knowledgable guides that mostly spoke good English.
A one-day pass is sufficient enough time to visit some of the key temples in this beautiful enclosure. Make sure that you arrive early - sunrise is a very recommended time (go to the Bayon wat), though for the more relaxed traveller a seven/eight o’clock start will ensure that you will not only see most of the site but also without the hordes of people that arrive around eleven o’clock. Hire a tuk-tuk driver for the day, should cost no more than $10, many can speak English and some have great knowledge of the site or hire a guide. Be a bit wary of some of the freelance guides in the major wats, who’ll approach you - say one thing about a wat then expect a few dollars.
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