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Where to buy the Angkor pass

Angkor Ticket Office

Where to buy the Angkor pass?

The main ticket sales office used to be Angkor Conservation Area ticket booth on Charles de Gaulle road, the road between Siem Reap and Angkor Wat. Now the ticket office has changed location. Head out of town towards the temples then turn right at Street 60. Head out on this wide road with its parallel road for smaller vehicles and bikes until you reach the big roundabout about 3km along the way. The ticket office is just past it on the left.

Types of passes

Passes for several durations are available.
As of February 1st 2017, prices will be:

  • 1 day at US$ 37
  • 3 days at US$ 62
  • 7 days at US$ 72

There are two versions of the multi day tickets. The older version’s validity is for 3 or 7 consecutive days. The newer version’s 3 day ticket is valid for any 3 days within a week, the 7 day ticket for any 7 days within a month. Admission for children younger than 12 is free. Prices are quoted in US Dollars, but can also be paid in Cambodian Riel, Thai Baht or Euro. Entry for Cambodian citizens is free. If you bring a Cambodian guide or driver, there is no entrance fee to be paid for him or her.

The information board at the ticket booths list strict rules:

  • Passes are not refundable.
  • Passes are not transferable. The pass contains a photo that is taken with a webcam at the ticket office.
  • Passes are not valid after their validity date. Passes have a validity from and to date printed on them.
  • Tickets bought before 5 pm are valid the same day. It is not possible to buy a one day pass for the next day. For example, if you buy a ticket at 4 pm it is valid that day only, the next day you will have to buy a new ticket. Tickets bought after 5 pm are valid the same day until sunset and the next day. Make sure the pass is not stamped or holes punched into it, which invalidates it.
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