Most tours of the Angkor Wat start with a visit to the ticket office, where all foreign visitors are required to buy tickets.
You can find the latest prices below!
Angkor Wat Ticket Fees
As of 2019, the Angkor Wat entry fees from the main ticket office are as follows.
- 1 Day: $37 USD
- 3 Days: $62 USD
- 7 Days: $72 USD
- Children: Free (Under 12)
- Cambodians: Free
Yes, these fees are very high by Cambodian standards (the old fees were doubled in 2017), but it’s still worth it!
You can pay by cash (US Dollars, Cambodian Riel, Thai Baht, Euro) or credit card (Visa, Mastercard, UnionPay, JCB, Discover and Diners Club).
Take note that the 1 day ticket is only valid for the day of purchase. You can’t buy it and then use it a few days later.
However, the 3 day ticket is valid for 10 days from the date of purchase. You can choose any of those 3 days to visit the temples, so that means you can take a rest day between visits if you need it.
The 7 day ticket is valid for a month from the date of purchase. You can pick any 7 days to visit the temples during that calendar month.
Hours of Entry
- Angkor Ticket Office: 5:00 AM – 5:30 PM
- Angkor Wat: 5:00 AM – 5:30 PM
- Phnom Bakheng & Pre Rup: 5:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- All Other Temples: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
My Angkor Wat Travel Guide
Looking for more information on the ancient temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia?
Check out my full Angkor Wat Travel Guide with tips, maps, photos, and more.
Where We Stayed
We stayed at the 4-star La Residence Blanc D'Angkor in Siem Reap. It was $18 USD per night for a clean double room with cold A/C, work desk, refrigerator, wardrobe, and more. There's also an on-site restaurant and pool.
The staff there is amazingly friendly, and I love the epic wall art showing scenes from the Angkor Wat. It sets the mood for exploring some Cambodian temple ruins.
Prices may fluctuate from time to time, so just keep an eye out for a good deal.