Breakfast at Angkor Wat

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Guests at Anan­tara Angkor Resort (National Road no. 6, Khum Svay Dangkom, Siem Reap, Cambodia; phone +855 63 966 788, angkor.anantara.com) can book a guided dawn tour of Angkor Wat Archaeological Park followed by breakfast at a secluded temple. Guests are then free to explore the complex, with its ninth- to 15th-century temples, the rest of the day.

The “Breakfast at Angkor” excursion costs $135 for two people and can only be booked at the hotel after check-in. The cost for a double room at the resort ranges from $170 to $422 per night.

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Guests at Anan­tara Angkor Resort (National Road no. 6, Khum Svay Dangkom, Siem Reap, Cambodia; phone +855 63 966 788, angkor.anantara.com) can book a guided dawn tour of Angkor Wat Archaeological Park followed by breakfast at a secluded temple. Guests are then free to explore the complex, with its ninth- to 15th-century temples, the rest of the day.

The “Breakfast at Angkor” excursion costs $135 for two people and can only be booked at the hotel after check-in. The cost for a double room at the resort ranges from $170 to $422 per night.