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Cambodian officials are looking to boost tourism, and are mulling over a potential new scheme for Thais who live in provinces bordering Cambodia. The idea for the potential new scheme was brought up at a meeting on Monday. The scheme would allow Thais who have an official residence in any of the seven bordering provinces to travel by land to Siem Reap province with only a border pass and not a passport.  Siem Reap is home to Cambodia’s iconic Angkor Archaeological Park, which contains the ancient ruins of the Khmer Empire, and the famous Angkor Wat temple.  Cambodia’s Tourism Minister […]

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Angkor Wat Entrance Fees & Visiting Hours - Angkor Temple Guide (siemreap.net)


Entrance Fees

The entrance fee to the Angkor Archaeological Park depends on the type of admission pass that you choose. There are 3 types of passes available, the mentioned prices.

1-day pass – US$ 37;

3-day pass – US$ 62;

7-day pass – US$ 72;

Yep - can see all the big Thai farming families rushing over the border to Ankor Wat.😆


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