Breakfast at Angkor

With Cambodia’s Angkor Archaeological Park dominating bucket lists the world over, Anantara Angkor Resort has introduced the Breakfast at Angkor tour to help travellers beat the crowds with a truly unique new experience.

At 4:30 am, Anantara Angkor Resort in Siem Reap will transport its guests by private car or tuk-tuk to a temple complex filled by relics of the Khmer Empire dating back as far as the ninth century.  The expert guide will then escort guests through the temple compound via a secret shortcut, bypassing the scores of people queuing to see Angkor Wat as the sun’s first rays emerge. 

After sunrise, guests will be whisked to one of the more secluded temples, where a personal butler is on hand to serve freshly squeezed juice, coffee or tea, an array of tropical fruits, and freshly baked pastries. The guide will provide additional background on life in Siem Reap, the history of Angkor, and the wonders of the nearby Tonle Sap Lake, before giving each guest an all-day pass, which allows them to explore more temple ruins.

The Breakfast at Angkor tour includes an English speaking guide, breakfast, a one-day ticket to the Angkor Archaeological Park and transportations, and is priced from US$115 for one guest and US$135 for two guests.

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