Angkor Wat - Ancient Capital of the Khmers

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Note that this is not a stand-alone tour offered by ElderTreks. Extensions are optional additions that we offer to extend some of our already great adventures.


• Explore Bantai Srei
• Visit the Elephant Terrace
• Angkor Wat Temple

Fact File

• 5 land days
• Start and finish in Siem Reap
• Includes 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners
• Includes all entrance fees
• Includes all transfers
• Activity Level: 2


Leave the outside world through the world of Hindu mythology and arrive at the doorstep of the gods. Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument ever built, covering an area of 200 acres with its towers, terraces and causeways. The Khmer Empire reached its zenith of artistic expression and architecture with the building of Angkor Wat.

Built in the 12th century and abandoned in 1431, Angkor Wat succumbed to the encroaching jungle until the great temple complex was rediscovered in 1860 by French botanist Henri Mahout. Mahout was stunned by its colossal size, detailed carvings, courtyards and avenues, and began the process of restoration. After years of work interrupted by war and civil strife, Angkor Wat is fully restored and ready for discovery.

Extensions may not be exclusive to ElderTreks participants only. In few cases, these extensions may not adhere to ElderTreks' maximum size restrictions of our tours.

FROM: $795


Comfortable, well-located accommodations, with private bathrooms.

Comfort notes

Individual excursions chosen by you in consultation with your guide.

Itinerary - detailed itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Siem Reap
Day 2: Explore the Grand Circuit of Angkor Wat
Day 3: Srah Srang, Banteay Kdei and Eastern Mebon Temples
Day 4: The Citadel of Women, Boat Trip to Tonle Sap Lake
Day 5: Siem Reap, Departure
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