Indira Gandhi International Airport, located about ten miles from the city’s central business district, serves New Delhi, one of India's biggest cities. In 2011, the airport handled over thirty-five million passengers, with more than fifty airlines providing international flights. Airlines operating through the Indira Gandhi airport include Air China, British Airways, Air France, Lufthansa, and United Airlines, with Air India handling most domestic flights. Flights from New Delhi can be booked online using ebookers.
Long-term parking is available at Indira Gandhi International Airport for airport patrons in the T3 International Terminal’s car park. The cost for 24 hours is Rs 900 for four-wheeled vehicles, Rs 1,500 for busses, and Rs 240 for two-wheeled vehicles. Vehicles can park for the same cost in the lot opposite the Departure Terminal as well.
Transportation from the centre of the city to the airport by taxi will cost approximately Rs 327 during the daytime, with rates rising to about Rs 409 after midnight. Busses are also available through the Delhi Transport Corporation for only Rs 15.
There are a number of cafes and restaurants available at the airport where travellers can have a last meal before leaving the city. Those looking to have a small snack and beverage can stop off at Costa Coffee, Cafeccino, or Café Coffee Day, all located in the T3 terminal. For a sit-down meal, there’s Mediterranean, European, and Indian food available at Fresc Co, and South Indian cuisine at Vaango. Patrons of the airport can even indulge a sweet tooth, with ice cream from the airport’s Baskin Robbins or the Chokola & Haagen Dazs, donuts from Mad over Donuts, or Australian cookies from Cookie Man. If time is short before catching a flight from New Delhi, there are also a few fast food places available, including KFC and McDonald's.
When your plane arrives in the popular holiday destination of Siem Reap, it will be landing at Siem Reap International Airport, located two miles west of Angkor Wat. One of the busiest airports in the country, it receives flights from places like Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Phuket, and Manila. China Southern Airlines and Cebu Pacific are just two of the many airlines providing service into and out of town. You can use ebookers to find great deals on flights and hotels for your trip.
Taxi fare from the airport into town will cost you a flat government-regulated fare of $9, and the ride will take about twenty to thirty minutes. The official currency in Cambodia is the Cambodian Real, but all of the ATMs in Siem Reap dispense US dollars, so keep that in mind when figuring out exchange rate conversions. If you'd like to take one of the ubiquitous three-wheel tuk tuk vehicles, you’ll pay $7.
Like the rest of Cambodia, Siem Reap has a dry season and a rainy season. Winter starts off cool and dry from November to February, with average temperatures hovering around 25°C and ends up hot and dry from March to May, with temperatures of around 35°C and above. Summer begins in June, which also marks the advent of the rainy season. June to August is rainy and hot, with plenty of humidity and temperatures in the upper 30s. The period between September and November marks the end of the rainy season, with temperatures dipping to around 30°C by the end of the season. Most people tend to visit during the slightly cooler dry season in order to avoid potential flooding. Wear light, loose clothing in order to stay cool.
Don't miss the stunning Hindu temple complex of Angkor Wat. Try to visit at sunrise when the view is breath-taking. You can't leave Siem Reap without visiting the Ta Prohm temples. Exquisite carvings and pillars intricately intertwine with massive tree roots, creating picture-perfect shots at every turn.
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