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Angkor Small Circuit

The Angkor Small Circuit will take a full day to complete, with plenty to see and do.  All of the beautiful ancient ruins are located within the Angkor Archaeological Park.There are plenty of little local shops and vendors along the Small Circuit to buy cheap food, snacks, fresh fruit and cold bottles of  water.

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Angkor Grand Circuit

The twenty-six kilometer Grand Circuit is an extension on the little circuit but taking in Preah Khan, Preah Neak Pean to the Eastern Mebon and the various monuments like Ta Som, Preah Rup, before returnin to Angkor Wat and is highly recommended for anyone spending three or more days in the complex.

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Floating Village Tour

Visit the floating village on a 4-hour guided tour of Tonle Sap Lake from Siem Reap. See stilt houses and a floating school. Pass fields of lotus flowers. Then go to a crocodile and fish farm to discover more about the trade of Tonle Sap.

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Beng Melea

Beng Melea is located about 80km from Siem Reap and its tumbled ruins and underground passageways offer tourists an authentic Indiana Jones experience. There are wooden walkways over the more hazardous areas but these don’t detract from Beng Melea’s ambience.