Visiting historical sites around the world has been one of my greatest pleasures from traveling.

Traveling is nourishment for the soul, the more you travel the more you grow wiser as an individual. That is why I want and wish to do is explore the world whenever I have free time. 

Angkor Wat is the main  temple attraction you have to see at least once in your life, being able to witness one of the largest religious monument in the world has been such a surreal yet beautiful experience.

Right before entering the temple, the reflection from water made this tour beyond worthwhile.
In our first day in Siem Reap, we didn't catch the sunrise at 5am in Angkor Wat since we arrived past 1am in our hotel and we take a little bit of rest. So we planned to start our tour at 7am on the same day, we hired a Tuk-Tuk (15USD for the whole day), if your not out to see every single temples then bought a one day pass (20USD per person) which would be good enough to visit the most three popular temples (Angkor Wat, The Bayon Temple, Tah Prohm Temple). To be noted, in-case you'll be needing tour guide it will cost 15USD.
Temple Passes are priced at $20 for one day, $40 for three days and $60 for 7days.

This month of August the weather was just too hot to handle but later on when you reach inside of the temple you might forgot the intense of the heat, because you'll be amaze in every corner you turn to is filled with details and meaning. 
TIPs: you're not supposed to wear anything too revealing since it's religious place, and it is prohibited to take pictures with the monks.
Bayon Temple  known for huge stone faces mostly they call it the four heads temple, its is located just to the north of Angkor Wat.
Ta Phrom Temple was became famous from the movie Tomb Raider. Home to giant roots reclaiming the ruins. Definitively a must see!
Pre Rup we went there for sunset, its huge and scary stairs it took us get to the top, nothing much special the temple was made out of bricks. Our tuk-tuk driver told us this temple is a lovely place to watch the sunset, while waiting and look up we saw dark clouds and it starting to rain though 😅
Siem Reap is all about the Angkor Temples, so 3 nights is enough to stay here you might get bored if you spend more time/days to visit other temples. 
Have Fun!