Angkor Wat tour packages 2017

Angkor Wat tour packages are incredibly popular, largely because of the Angkor temples and the many other ancient temples for which the country is famous for. Unfortunately, with so many things to see and with a large numbers of attractions, many independent travelers miss out on seeing the very best sights. All our Angkor Wat packages are based on a decades of experience, and every trip offered can be customized to meet your exact needs. In addition, make sure to check latest holiday deals on Cambodia Tours

Most popular Angkor Wat tours & Packages

tonle sap river
2 Days

Angkor wat 2 day itinerary

A visit to must see temples along with floating villages…

Destination: Angkor Wat Tours, Cambodia
3 day angkor wat tour
3 Days

Angkor wat 3 day itinerary

Visit stilt houses + temple touring visiting some of the…

Destination: Angkor Wat Tours, Cambodia
angkor wat smile tour banteai kdei
4 Days

Angkor Wat Smile Tour

Angkor Wat Smile tour with visit to Bateai Kdei temples

Destination: Angkor Wat Tours, Cambodia
angkor wat adventure tour
5 Days

Angkor wat Cycling Adventure Tour

Explore Angkor Wat temples while cycling through the area

Destination: Angkor Wat Tours, Cambodia
Angkor wat kompong khleang adventure
7 Days

Angkor wat & Kompong Khleang Adventure

Get in depth in a great history while visiting amazing…

Destination: Angkor Wat Tours, Cambodia
angkor wat helicopter tours
1 Days

Angkor wat Helicopter Tour

Angkor Wat Helicopter flights with private tour of Angkor Temples

Destination: Angkor Wat Tours, Cambodia

Angkor Wat temples is the prime example of the classical style of Khmer architecture—the Angkor Wat style—to which it has given its name. By the 12th century Khmer architects had become skilled and confident in the use of sandstone (rather than brick or laterite) as the main building material. Most of the visible areas are of sandstone blocks, while literate was used for the outer wall and for hidden structural parts. The binding agent used to join the blocks is yet to be identified, although natural resins or slaked lime have been suggested.

Angkor Wat has drawn praise above all for the harmony of its design, which has been compared to the architecture of ancient Greece or Rome. According to Maurice Glaize, a mid-20th-century conservator of Angkor, the temple “attains a classic perfection by the restrained monumentality of its finely balanced elements and the precise arrangement of its proportions. It is a work of power, unity and style.”