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How to get to Angkor Wat?
Most tourist prefer to take the plentiful flights to Bangkok, then proceed on the 465-kilometre overland journey by bus. The distance to Angkor Wat covers some beautiful country views of Thailand and Cambodia. Backpackers would ride the early morning bus out of Bangkok, drop off at the town of Aranyaprathet (also known as Poipet on the other side) for border crossing procedures, then catch another bus or vehicle to Siem Reap. You might want to put your money in a travel package from a tour operator for a more reliable and comfortable journey, and include guides and accommodation arrangements in the bargain.

Angkor Wat Travel Tips, Discount Hotels, Vacation Packages and Tours

Coming in from Phnom Penh, the fastest way is to go on water. Ferry services operate between the Phnom Penh river wharf and Siem Reap, passing through Tonle Sap.

You can also make Angkor Wat part of your Asian holidays. Direct flights to and from Siem Reap Angkor Airport run between these cities:

Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
Bangkok (Thailand)
Seoul (South Korea)
Busan (South Korea)
Kunming (China)
Nanning (China)
Guangzhou (China)
Hanoi (Vietnam)
Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam)
Luang Prabang (Laos)

Angkor Wat Weather
November to February sees crowds of people coming in, taking advantage of the relatively cool weather and the holiday breaks. During Angkor Wat's summer months of March to May, it may get uncomfortably hot but you'll have more breathing space while taking in the sights.

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