An Angkor Wat Ticket, sometimes known as the Angkor Pass, is required for all visitors to the Angkor Archaeological Park except for Cambodian citizens. There are no discounts, no way to buy online, no exceptions and it will be checked at multiple times throughout your visit.

Where to Buy the Angkor Pass?

There is only one place to buy the Angkor Pass and that is at the Angkor Ticket Centre, also known as Angkor Enterprise. It’s located on the corner of Road 60 and the Apsara Road.

Usually, when you book a tour, your driver or tour guide will bring you to the ticket office along the way before entering the park. You will then continue your journey to the park along Apsara Road.

Angkor Wat Ticket Office Opening Hours

The ticket office is open 7 days a week and 52 weeks a year from 5:00am to 5:30pm. Public holidays and other factors don’t affect opening times.

Tickets issued after 5pm are valid for the next day. However, you can also use the ticket to get into the park on the same day for the last little bit of daylight. This is helpful if you want to see the sunset at Angkor Wat and then go to the temples on the next day.

Ticket Price & Entrance Fees

There are three types of passes available depending on how long you want to visit. If you are taking a multiple day tour, you should speak to your driver or tour guide about which ticket you should buy. Most people will just need the 1-day pass.

  • 1-Day Pass $37

    Valid for one day only.

  • 3-Day Pass $62

    Valid for any three days during a 10-day period. The 10-day period starts on the date of your first visit.

  • 7-Day Pass $72

    Valid for any seven days during a one-month period. The month starts on the date of your first visit.

The money raised from ticket sales are used for the upkeep of the park and the temples. For each ticket sold, a $2 contribution is made to the Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospital fund with hospitals located in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.

The hospitals provide free healthcare for mothers during pregnancy and children up to the age of 16 years. In many cases, it is the only affordable healthcare option for many Cambodians.

How to Buy your Ticket

The process is very simple. Just go to one of the many booths and tell the operator how many days you want. You’ll then be asked to take your photo which is then printed on the card.

You can pay in cash – Khmer Riel, US Dollars, Euros and Thai Baht are all accepted. However, your change will only be given in Khmer Riel or US Dollars. There is are ATM machines on site if you need to get cash.

You can also pay by credit card with Visa, MasterCard, UnionPay, JCB, Discover and Diners Club cards accepted.

Rules & Regulations

  1. You can only buy tickets at the Angkor Ticket Office. All other tickets purchased elsewhere are not valid.
  2. Tickets are non-transferable and there are no refunds. If you lose your ticket, you must buy another one.
  3. Keep your tickets with you at all times. If you are found inside the park without a ticket or with a fraudulent ticket, you will be prosecuted and handed over to the police. Official fines are between $100, $200 and $300 depending on whether you have a 1-day, 3-day or 7-day pass.
  4. Children under 12 don’t require a ticket. You may need to prove your child’s age with their passport.

Tickets are used for all temples inside the Angkor Park and also other temples in Siem Reap such as the Roluos Group, Wat Athvea and Phnom Krom.

Tickets cannot be used for Beng Mealea, Koh Ker and Phnom Kulen which require a separate ticket. These are charged at $5, $10 and $20 respectively.

Visiting Hours & Opening Times

Most of the temples are open from 7:30am to 5:30pm.

However, Angkor Wat and Srah Srang are open from 5am for the sunrise. Phnom Bakheng and Pre Rup are open until 7pm for the sunset.

The official rules and regulations for entrance tickets.

Gift Shops

At the Angkor Ticket Office there are also other services available. There are some shops where you can buy clothes and souvenirs. You can also buy sunscreen and mosquito spray here which is helpful if you’ve forgotten yours. It’s also possible to buy hats, raincoats, bags and other small items.

Food and Drinks

You can also pick up a quick snack including pastries, sandwiches, and cakes. Here, you can buy coffee, sodas, smoothies, and tea. Prices are a little higher here than outside, but it’s very convenient to get a snack on the way to the temples.

Tourist Information

There is also a small tourist information window here. Unfortunately, the information they offer is limited to general questions about the park and not much more. If you want detailed information about the temples, see our Siem Reap Temple Guide.

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