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Discover the temples of Angkor Wat with Anantara Angkor Resort

Sunrise breakfast by the temples at Ankgor Archaeological Park.

There are travel deals aplenty as Southeast Asia launches itself back into travel mode.

The luxury Anantara Angkor property has put together an attractive all-inclusive ‘Angkor Discovery Package’ which will be available throughout this year, with accommodation at the all-suite Anantara Angkor Resort in Siem Reap, gateway to the old Khmer empire and the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat.

The temples were flooded with tourists pre-Covid, so as Cambodia tentatively reopens its international borders, this is perhaps an ideal opportunity to enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage Site in relative peace and quiet. If you’re looking to make some memories after two years of lockdown, this is the way to do it.

From the ruins at Ta Prohm to Bayon Temple with its 216 smiling stone faces, guests will be able to view the lesser known sites of Angkor. As well, a private dining experience in a hidden jungle temple will be laid on by the resort, complete with chic tableware and a customised menu.

Quad biking and old-school bicycle tours through the rice fields and behind the scenes of local rural life will also be available as part of the package.

The Angkor Discovery Package starts from US$565 per night and includes three nights’ accommodation (or more), daily breakfast for two, daily chef’s tasting menu for lunch or dinner for two, a breakfast, afternoon tea or Dining by Design experience at Jungle Temple for two people, daily excursions to Angkor Archaeological Park by private car with an English-speaking guide, one sunset quad biking adventure for two and one Siem Reap countryside bike ride for two. The package runs until December 31.

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