Even if you have very little time, do not miss this majestic gem of a temple. Dignified architecture and many picture-taking opportunities.

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Opening Hours

Daily: 5 am - 6 pm


Adults: USD 20
Admission fee inculdes the entrance to all temples of Angkor Archaeological Park.

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Attractions near to Bayon

  • Angkor Wat, Siem Reap

    Angkor Wat

    The most stunning and well-preserved temple. This iconic complex is an absolute must-see. A wonderful showcase of grandeur.

  • Ta Prohm, Siem Reap

    Ta Prohm

    Well known as the temple from Tomb Raider movies, it has a special charm because of the vegetation overgrowing it. Avoid the crowds.

  • Angkor Night Market, Siem Reap

    Angkor Night Market

    If you would like to hunt for souvenirs by the evening light, this market is a great choice with a lot of merchandise.

  • Old Market (Psah Chas), Siem Reap

    Old Market (Psah Chas)

    You can find literally everything here – from souvenirs to traditional Khmer dishes. Worth the visit for the atmosphere.

  • Pub Street, Siem Reap

    Pub Street

    The name speaks for itself. This street is lined with countless restaurants, bars and shops – the perfect nightlife destination.

  • Pre Rup, Siem Reap

    Pre Rup

    One of the most breath-taking temples of the Angkor area. A majestic sight and the perfect spot for sunset watching.

  • Preah Khan (Royal Sword), Siem Reap

    Preah Khan (Royal Sword)

    Used to be one of the largest temples in the area. Features stunning atmosphere and wonderful atmosphere.

  • Terrace of the Elephants, Siem Reap

    Terrace of the Elephants

    Named for the carvings on its side, the terrace was used for public ceremonies. An intriguing sight.

  • Phnom Bakheng, Siem Reap

    Phnom Bakheng

    A stunning Hindu temple built in the 9th century. If you want a real treat, come in the morning and watch the sunrise.

  • Neak Pean, Siem Reap

    Neak Pean

    An otherwordly sight – the temple was built on an artificial island and is surrounded by water which reflects the sky.

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