Angkor Eye

Opened in March 2020, Angkor Eye already became one of the most popular attractions in Siem Reap. The Ferris Wheel and its 85 meters height is offering an inescapable experience for locals and tourists overlooking Siem Reap’s city but also the famous temples of Angkor Wat which make the giant wheel among the best attractions in Angkor. In family or with friends, Angkor Eye is an exciting activity which will make your ride unforgettable.

Angkor’s Ferris Wheel is the very first in Cambodia but also one of the biggest in Asia. For those who still wonder what to do in Siem Reap, Angkor Eye is the best activity in town for the entire family. Climb in one of our 48 air-conditioned cabins for 18 minutes, the cabin offers you an agreeable ride for up to 4 persons and observe Siem Reap’s countryside like you never did.

Located on National Road 6, the wheel reveals itself when you drive from the airport. A spectacular mechanical concept to bring a dynamism near the Cambodian Cultural Village and Angkor Light. 5 minutes away from the city centre, Angkor Eye is easy to access, and its location allow the best view over the city and the countryside. Away from over attractions, it is actually best for passengers to have a hindsight and observe the very best of Siem Reap in every direction.

A 360-degree view

Famous for its temples, Siem Reap is a touristic destination where culture, authenticity, gastronomy, relaxation and nightlife are altogether. Angkor Eye invites you for a unique experience and observe all major attractions of the city from the temples, to the city and the beautiful countryside. At any time, there is always something interesting to observe from the top of the wheel.

During daytime, it is an open outlook. Through the seasons, observe paddy fields and the authentic Khmer village as well as the development of the city. Observe North-West to sight Angkor Wat complex. The famous temples are standing above the trees. Hidden by the forest for decades, the temples can be, more than ever, seen from the sky. Due South is Phnom Krom mountain and behind Tonle Sap, the biggest lake in the region during the rainy season. To the West, discover the city of Siem Reap and its expansion.

At night, once the streetlights turn on, this is when the city awakes with the concerts, lights towards the sky. Siem Reap’s nightlife attracts tourists from around the world and offers a unique view from the top. In between, sunset seems to be the perfect time to have both views. On your way back from the temples, do not hesitate to take heights and visit our giant wheel. Angkor Eye is turning your Cambodian experience to its pinnacle and you will bring great souvenirs back home. The Kingdom of Wonder certainly have its secrets also hidden and only visible from the sky.

What to do in Siem Reap?

This question is often asked and of course, it goes without saying, what to do in Siem Reap besides visiting the temples. Siem Reap has become a great place for arts, food, nightlife, cultural activities, entertainments such as circus, dance shows, concerts. Angkor Eye is bringing an additional activity in a city where you thought there is only a little to do. From the top, enlarge your knowledge of the city by discovering its boundaries and the spectacular landscapes. This is definitely the best spot to take the souvenirs photos.

After your ride, take your time to either go for a second tour or visit the other attractions around the wheel such as Angkor Light or the Cambodian Cultural Village.

Safety

Safety of passengers is our main concern. The Japanese manufactured wheel is a state-of-the-art engineering concept. Our agents are trained to avoid any technical issue and provide a safe, comfortable and enjoyable ride! Angkor Eye is the Cambodian safest wheel.

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