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An Angkor cycling guide

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The multitude of temples at Angkor represent a true challenge to even a dedicated temple fanatic. Hundreds of temples lie in wait, some buried in growing jungle, while others sit conveniently right off the main road.

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With so much to see, a seven-day pass is clearly the best choice, buying ample adventure for US$72. While a million various routes exist, we took ones that balance chronology with grandiosity, postponing the giants until the third day of the tour. After all, once you’ve seen Angkor Wat and Bayon, it’s a little harder to appreciate sites like Bakong ... Travelfish members only (Full text is around 1,200 words.)


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Popular attractions in Angkor

A selection of some of our favourite sights and activities around Angkor.



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 Check out our listings of things to do in and around Angkor.
 Read up on how to get to Angkor, or book your transport online with Camboticket.
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