Angkor Archaeological Park Tours

A Unesco World Heritage Site for a reason, the temples of Angkor act as Cambodia’s alluring calling card for many. Encompassing a vast viridian swathe of 400 square kilometres (150 square miles), these redolent ruins whisper of the ancient Khmer Empire, dating from the ninth to the 14th century.

Within the Angkor Archaeological Park, numerous temples and symbolic sites can be seen, including Ankor Wat itself, Bayon Temple and Ta Prohm, all of which are offered as tours and customised excursions by Amansara, as part of the hotel’s tailored guest experience. Several tours use the hotel’s own fleet of remorks (tuk tuks), each with a private driver and English-speaking guide, for an atmospheric entry point to exploring Siem Reap.  


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Highlights of Angkor


Discover Angkor

Until 31 March 2026

Immerse yourself in Khmer culture with a four-night stay including guided daily excursions to Angkor temples with an English-speaking guide and remork transport, a daytrip to remote Beng Melea and Koh Ker, breakfast at the Khmer village house, a spiritual water blessing and more.