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    I was there for 1 full day to spend visiting Angkor Wat and I was satisfied with things visited in just one day. As per my point of view 1 day is enough, maybe better if you reach Siem Reap the evening before so you can enjoy the nice nightlife in the city center, many bars with lot of travellers to meet...nice attitude!
    Then wake up early morning and rent a motorbike-rishaw the whole day for just 10-15 USD and enjoy the beauty of Angkor Wat. over 6 years ago

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    If all you wanted to do was visit Angkor, then 1 day might suffice, but it's such a vibrant town, culturally rich town that I'd give yourself at least 3 days to explore. You won't obviously get a true local experience, but you might get a better sense of the place if you take a slower approach. over 6 years ago

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    I was there for a weekend and visited the temples. However, I just saw the main ones and missed out a lot.

    I'd say four days to see the whole thing. over 6 years ago

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    Plan well, then 3 full days should be enough. over 6 years ago

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    I've been there twice. For a first time 1 day is not enough, I would say you will need 3 days . Enjoy, cause it's really a beatiful place. over 6 years ago

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    1 full day isn't enough to experience Siem Reap. 3-4 days should should give you a leisurely pace to see and discover what it has to offer, which is a lot. over 6 years ago

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    Turre date should be enough.

    One to the temples. One to know Siem Reap. And the final one to go to the floating village of Kumplum Plunk (not apelide likes this)

    If you really like temples in two days you can see most of them. But there are others 50 km away over 6 years ago

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