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Cambodia, Angkor Wat sightseeing logistics.

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Have read about sights in Dawn Rooney's book. Have three days in Siem Reap but only want to visit Temples on the first two days. I would like to visit Tonle Sap and participate in an adventure activity on the third day.

I was thinking of hiring a guide and driver to visit these sights on the first day:-

Angkor Wat for sunrise then touring the complex.
Ta Prohm
Bayon
Banteay Srei
Phreh Khan.

I am aware that this will be a long touring day. Are these sites doable in a long touring day. I'm thinking of having a long touring day or day 1 and on day 2 I would revisit the sights I would like to spend more time at independently.

Any advice on the temples will be appreciated.

Thanks.

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