Angkor balloon

It is situated in road from airport to Angkor Wat, 1km west of Angkor Wat, Siem Reap. Opening time is from 6:00 to 17:00. During visiting Baken Mountain, a huge yellow balloon on the sky can be seen from a distance. It is a hydrogen balloon anchored by crude steel, around 70m from the ground to sky, straight up and straight down, around 10 minutes for one time. Although it is not the real fight in the sky, but it is able to view Angkor Wat, Baken Mountain, endless plain, farmland and village, and the scenery is very good. The balloon liftoff or not is dependent on the weather and season, and the best way to know is to ask the guide or hotel staff help to ask.

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