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The temples of Angkor are a source of inspiration and national pride to all Khmers as they struggle to rebuild their lives after the years of terror and trauma. Today, the temples are a point of pilgrimage for all Cambodians, and no traveller to the region will want to miss their extravagant beauty. Angkor is one of the world’s foremost ancient sites, with the epic proportions of the Great Wall of China, the detail and intricacy of the Taj Mahal, and the symbolism and symmetry of the pyramids, all rolled into one.
Normally, Angkor Complex is divided into two visiting areas. The first direction is called ‘Small Tour Circle’, and the second one is ‘Grand Tour Circle’.
In Small Tour Circle, it is combined of Angkor Wat temple and any temple in Angkor Thom area. To visit these temples, it will take you one whole day that is started in the morning around 8 am and finished around 5 pm.
‘Small Tour Circuit’ is combined with the early Sunrise at Angkor Wat temple that you may need to wake up around 4.30 am and get ready by 5 am, and then leave to see this significant view.
In this tour, it is counted by the left temples in Angkor Complex including Neak Poan temple, Tasom temple, East Mebon temple, Srah Srong, Kravan temple, Preah Khan temple, Pre Rup temple, and etc. Grand Tour will definitely take you one whole day to visit through as well, and normally it is started from 8 am till 6.30 pm if you keep it until Sunset. If not so, the finished time should be around 4 or 5.00 pm.