Welcome To Siem Reap Transport Private Day Tours

To get around visiting the temples, you have a few options. You can ride on the back of a motorbike or hire either a car with driver. The back of a motorbike is cheap and looks like it gives a good adrenalin kick but comfort and safety... not so sure. A car offers all the comforts of home but that's also it's drawback - it offers all the comforts of home. The fun of the Tuk Tuk

I promotion the transport to be the perfect combination. You can sit and stretch out, you're protected from the sun, with the flaps down protected from the rain, you get a great breeze as you zip along, with a good driver you feel safe (although there are inevitably a few mildly 'harrowing' moments regardless of how you get about) and the ride is comfortable enough. The maximum speed they can go - given the small engine and road conditions - is slow enough that you can take in the cool stuff as you drive along but fast enough to cover a surprising amount of ground in a day. 

Transfer in services: -pick up by a/c car, Van, or tuktuk upon your request one, from the airport and bus or boat stations to your accommodation around in Siem Reap.  I will greet you with a sign. Touring the temples, Tonle Sap and other area attractions

Rates begin at $30 for an air-con Sedan car for touring the temples closer to Siem Reap ($30 for an air-con Sedan car for visit around the small circuit or grand circuit), and this includes Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon, Ta Prohm, Banteay Kdei and many other temples in that area.

Touring that includes the small or grand circuit combined with the lovely small temple called Banteay Srei which is 39 km from Siem Reap, will cost between
$45-$50 by an air-con sedan car, and depending on the exact sites to be visited. From Banteay Srei, you can even venture a bit further to Kbal Spean (1000 Lingas-holy waterfall) for only $10 more.

You can see the complete price list here:
The rates quoted here are pretty standard. Some fancy hotels may ask a bit more and some backpacker places perhaps a bit less. But, please note, when hiring a driver through your hotel or guesthouse, the driver generally loses a portion of his modest earnings as commission.(Please note also, since the global economic crisis there has been a surge in people trying to make a living as a tuk tuk driver. This has put a downward pressure on prices making it even more difficult than ever for a driver to earn a minimally decent living, especially with gas and food price inflation.

Whether you use Mr.Lam or choose for any other driver, please think of the normal prices as 'fair trade' prices - a couple of dollars a day more means everything to a driver and his family and relatively little for us tourists.)
Planning your schedule my experience was, even after all my pre-trip planning, that in the end it's best to sit down with Lam
 once you arrive and make the planning. Let me know what you're interested in seeing and how much time you have. In that way you can decide together what the optimal itinerary is to cover the most ground in your desired tempo. Lam knows of course which temples are crowded when and where you can be for sunrise and sunset.