Travel tips: Angkor Wat

1. When in Cambodia by no means should you exchange dollars to local currency. As you can pay almost for everything in US dollars. Local currency, ryels, is also accepted, but you'll have to long wait for when they recalculate the sum.

2. After you checked in a hotel of Siem Reap you should plan you time as follows. On the first day you take a tuk-tuk or tricycle only to Angkor Wat. You can spend there about half a day. Then you return to the square in front the bridge and take another tuk-tuk, but this time only to Bayon. You can spend in the temple the rest of the day. The cost of a trip from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat will be more than 5 USD (you can bargain for 3-4 dollars). The cost of a trip from Angkor Wat to Bayon will be no more than 2-3 US dol-lars. On the next day you'd better rent a tuk-tuk for a day, as you will have to move a lot between temples. It will cost you about 20 USD.

3. If you plan to spend two days in Angkor Wat, it worth buying a three-day tour. It will cost you 40 USD. The price of one-day tour is only 20 USD, but in this case you won't have to stand in a queue on the following day, and all the same you'll pay 40 USD.

4. Near the exit of Bayon there is a mountain from where you can enjoy a very beautiful sunset. Don’t miss the opportunity! 

5. Of course it would be a very logic step to rent a bike in Siem Reap to move about the temples independently, but what in this case the drivers of tuk-tuks will do? Since for most inhabitants of Siem Reap, to drive tourists is the only source of profit. So, it is abso-lutely impossible to rent a bike there. And you'll have to use tuk-tuks.

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