Angkor Zipline

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A once in a lifetime opportunity to experience a world-class zipline inside the UNESCO World Heritage designated Angkor Archaeological Park.

About Angkor Zipline

Our Story

Angkor Eco-Adventure

Angkor Zipline has been running since 2016. During this time, we have had tens of thousands of guests enjoy our canopy tours in the grounds of the ancient Angkor temples. 

The Cambodian Forestry officials have given us, and only us, the permission to operate our eco-adventure inside the Angkor Park.

We must follow strict rules and be protective the environment around us. Because of our commitment, we have won multiple tourism and environmental awards.

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Traveler's Choice Award

2021 2022

Ministry of Tourism Awards

Reduce, Recycle and Reuse Best Workplace Environment Khmer Product Usage Outstanding Business Social Welfare Cultural Heritage

Certificate of EXCELLENCE

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020


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It’s important that we support our local community while at the same time running our business in an eco-friendly way. Angkor Zipline has worked with our local community to help with sustainable projects.

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About Angkor Zipline

Experience the thrill of ziplining through the jungle canopy, just a short distance from the temples at Angkor. We have 2 courses, 6 single ziplines, 2 super ziplines, 1 double zipline, suspended sky bridges, a Spiderman bridge and an abseil descent.

Angkor Zipline is committed to responsible tourism as well as the preservation of the natural and cultural heritage in the area. We have implemented various eco-friendly practices such as reducing plastic, using biodegradable products and recycling our waste. 

Being inside the Angkor Archaeological Park provides our guests with the unique opportunity to have an exciting adventure and explore the temples all in one day. 

We believe that our commitment to responsible tourism, our community, and the environment, is setting an example for sustainable tourism practices in Cambodia.