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How Angkor Celebrates Green Season

Across Cambodia, throughout much of the rainy season, which is also called ‘green season’, daytime temperatures average between 25°C (77°F) and 27°C (81°F). The early months of the wet season (May – July) remain very hot with infrequent rainfall usually in the form of short downpours, and the most precipitation comes in the months of September and October.

There are fewer tourists and there are some great deals, but we hope you agree Angkor Zipline’s free hotel night when booking our Gold Eco-Adventure is one of the best. Your room in a deluxe Siem Reap hotel is free to encourage you to take the plunge at this time of year.

Not only will you have the chance to set your sights on the most luscious shades of green, breathtakingly beautiful scenery and centuries-old temples of Angkor are dressed in verdant mosses, you will also enjoy lots of unique opportunities to experience the destination. Speaking of taking the plunge, one such experience is Phnom Kulen or Kulen Mountain, which means “Mountain of Lychees” and is considered by Khmers to be the most sacred mountain in Cambodia, located 40 kilometers northeast of Angkor Wat and the beautiful town of Siem Reap. Here you can enjoy a swim under the amazing waterfall towering above the swimming area. On top of the mountain you can have a look at a massive reclining Buddha. The Buddha statue is made of sandstone and is one of the biggest of its kind in Cambodia. We are happy to help you arrange a visit.