As Angkor’s headline attraction, Angkor Wat is filled with crowds of tourists virtually every hour of the day, although fortunately there’s more space here to swallow up the visiting crowds than at places like the Bayon and Ta Prohm. The best time to visit is early morning from around 7–9am: after the sunrise watchers have left and before the first of the coach parties arrives.

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