Nightclubs and bars in Khett Siem Reab

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    ANGKOR WHAT? BAR: Specials of Angkor What? Bar.

    by machomikemd Written Jun 25, 2012

    This will be my Angkor What Graffiti and Free T Shirts Tips.

    the main deal in angkor what? bar is their wall, which has many graffiti of guests and you can write your own name at the wall if you are a guest (see my pictures). another deal here at angkor what? bar is that they give free angkor what? t-shirts to patrons who order 2 "buckets
    of cocktails at once (a bucket of cocktail drinks costs from $ 6 to $ 12 per bucket, depending on the cocktail mix).

    This is the Mother of All Bars in Pub Street! It is the reason why street 8 became PUB STREET!

    Angkor What? Bar started the trend and at present, it is the two loudest bars in Pub Street (Temple Club across the street plays louder music) and this Bar became the favorite hang out of mostly western tourists and backpackers. Angkor What? bar has two floors and has a bar and pool area inside but the most action is at the al fresco bar area outside!n Angkor What has a small dance floor inside but most of the patrons are dancing at the outside area rather than inside.

    Angkor what? bar has some menu selections but is not as extensive as in Temple Club as most people go here for the party and booze and the lively DJ's playing assorted music like hip hop, trance, lounge, soul, rock, retro 80's, retro 90's and more.

    Dress Code: very casual, you can enter with just board shorts and tank tops and flip flops here!

    opens: 5:00 am to 3:30 am (but the actions starts at 6:00 pm onwards).

    they have a long lists of drinks. A Big Pitcher of Anchor Beer will cost $ 3.50, a 3 liter fire hydrant shaped beer container having Angkor beer will cost $ 10. Other beers cost $ 3 per order. A bucket of cocktail will cost $ 6 to $ 12, depending on the mix, where the mekong whisky and vodka red bull are the cheapest at $ 6 and $ 7 and the expensive ones are the kryptonite cocktail and the long island iced what? at both $ 12 per bucket.

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    ANGKOR WHAT? BAR: The BAR that made PUB STREET famous! (2)

    by machomikemd Written Jun 25, 2012

    Part two of my Angkor What? bar tips with more pictures.

    This is the Mother of All Bars in Pub Street! It is the reason why street 8 became PUB STREET!

    in 1998, Street 8 was just a collection of stores, souvenir shops and sidewalk stalls until an British Indian expatriate named CHARLIE had a vision and he opened the ANGKOR WHAT? BAR at street 8 and thus Angkor What Started the tradition and due to it's immediate popularity, Street 8 and th alleys around it then started to have commercial establishments and the the restaurants and bars started sprouting and then, like they say, The Rest is History!

    Angkor What? Bar started the trend and at present, it is the two loudest bars in Pub Street (Temple Club across the street plays louder music) and this Bar became the favorite hang out of mostly western tourists and backpackers. Angkor What? bar has two floors and has a bar and pool area inside but the most action is at the al fresco bar area outside!n Angkor What has a small dance floor inside but most of the patrons are dancing at the outside area rather than inside.

    the main deal in angkor what bar is their wall, which has many graffiti of guests and you can write your own name at the wall if you are a guest (see my pictures). another deal here at angkor what? bar is that they give free angkor what? t-shirts to patrons who order 2 "buckets
    of cocktails at once (a bucket of cocktail drinks costs from $ 6 to $ 12 per bucket, depending on the cocktail mix).

    Angkor what? bar has some menu selections but is not as extensive as in Temple Club as most people go here for the party and booze and the lively DJ's playing assorted music like hip hop, trance, lounge, soul, rock, retro 80's, retro 90's and more.

    Dress Code: very casual, you can enter with just board shorts and tank tops and flip flops here!

    opens: 5:00 am to 3:30 am (but the actions starts at 6:00 pm onwards).

    they have a long lists of drinks. A Big Pitcher of Anchor Beer will cost $ 3.50, a 3 liter fire hydrant shaped beer container having Angkor beer will cost $ 10. Other beers cost $ 3 per order. A bucket of cocktail will cost $ 6 to $ 12, depending on the mix, where the mekong whisky and vodka red bull are the cheapest at $ 6 and $ 7 and the expensive ones are the kryptonite cocktail and the long island iced what? at both $ 12 per bucket.

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    ANGKOR WHAT? BAR: The BAR that made PUB STREET famous! (1)

    by machomikemd Written Jun 25, 2012

    This is the Mother of All Bars in Pub Street! It is the reason why street 8 became PUB STREET!

    in 1998, Street 8 was just a collection of stores, souvenir shops and sidewalk stalls until an British Indian expatriate named CHARLIE had a vision and he opened the ANGKOR WHAT? BAR at street 8 and thus Angkor What Started the tradition and due to it's immediate popularity, Street 8 and th alleys around it then started to have commercial establishments and the the restaurants and bars started sprouting and then, like they say, The Rest is History!

    Angkor What? Bar started the trend and at present, it is the two loudest bars in Pub Street (Temple Club across the street plays louder music) and this Bar became the favorite hang out of mostly western tourists and backpackers. Angkor What? bar has two floors and has a bar and pool area inside but the most action is at the al fresco bar area outside!n Angkor What has a small dance floor inside but most of the patrons are dancing at the outside area rather than inside.

    the main deal in angkor what bar is their wall, which has many graffiti of guests and you can write your own name at the wall if you are a guest (see my pictures). another deal here at angkor what? bar is that they give free angkor what? t-shirts to patrons who order 2 "buckets
    of cocktails at once (a bucket of cocktail drinks costs from $ 6 to $ 12 per bucket, depending on the cocktail mix).

    Angkor what? bar has some menu selections but is not as extensive as in Temple Club as most people go here for the party and booze and the lively DJ's playing assorted music like hip hop, trance, lounge, soul, rock, retro 80's, retro 90's and more.

    Dress Code: very casual, you can enter with just board shorts and tank tops and flip flops here!

    opens: 5:00 am to 3:30 am (but the actions starts at 6:00 pm onwards).

    they have a long lists of drinks. A Big Pitcher of Anchor Beer will cost $ 3.50, a 3 liter fire hydrant shaped beer container having Angkor beer will cost $ 10. Other beers cost $ 3 per order. A bucket of cocktail will cost $ 6 to $ 12, depending on the mix, where the mekong whisky and vodka red bull are the cheapest at $ 6 and $ 7 and the expensive ones are the kryptonite cocktail and the long island iced what? at both $ 12 per bucket.

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    Dance Floor of the Temple Club and Balcony: Dance Floor of the Temple Club and Balcony

    by machomikemd Written Jun 25, 2012

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    This will be my Temple Club Dance Floor Tips with more pictures.

    The Dance Floor of Temple Club is small but the area can be packed with lots of people dancing that spills over to the bartender area and the pool table area, all swaying to the beat of the music by the Resident DJ's of the Temple Club. It is also a nice place for singles to pick up, specially the european and the american white dudes.

    Temple Bar and Club, unlike Angkor What? Bar across the street, offers both Dining and Club and Bar Options and has a bigger space than Angkor What Bar. Temple Club at the ground floor has two divisions, on the left side is the dining area, offering assorted Khmer Dishes and Khmer Barbecue and on the right side is the Temple Club, where the Bar and the and the packed dance floor is located (see my videos and pictures too). On the second floor is the more subdued area for drinking and eating, called Temple Balcony and there are nightly FREE apsara dance shows from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm daily. It is also crowded at the second floor at temple balcony but the sounds emanating from the DJ's at the dance floor below is less heard here.

    This place is always packed after 6:00 pm and their resident DJ's play very loud music ranging from lounge, hip hop, retro 80's, soul, disco, trance, etc. They have an extensive selection of bar chow and beers and liqours and cocktails.

    Prices of the cocktail drinks at $ 5 buy one take one specials, beers at $ 2.50 for tiger beer or san miguel beer or singha beer and just $ 1.50 for the local Angkor Beer and Anchor Beer.

    bar chow starts at $ 8 for a pizza, $ 7 for fried chicken wings, etc.

    Dress Code: very casual! you can wear shorts, tank tops and flip flops when partying here

    Opens: 10:00 am to 2:00 am everyday.

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    Temple Club and Balcony: One of the 2 main Draws in Pub Street! (2)

    by machomikemd Written Jun 25, 2012

    Part two of my temple club tips with more pictures.

    Pub Street is the main attraction in Siem Reap, it is here where the mostly western tourists go after a whole day of walking and hiking along the huge angkor complex up north and the two main attraction at Pub Street (Street 8) itself is the Angkor What? Bar and it's neighbor across the street, the TEMPLE BAR and CLUB!

    Temple Bar and Club, unlike Angkor What? Bar across the street, offers both Dining and Club and Bar Options and has a bigger space than Angkor What Bar. Temple Club at the ground floor has two divisions, on the left side is the dining area, offering assorted Khmer Dishes and Khmer Barbecue and on the right side is the Temple Club, where the Bar and the and the packed dance floor is located (see my videos and pictures too). On the second floor is the more subdued area for drinking and eating, called Temple Balcony and there are nightly FREE apsara dance shows from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm daily. It is also crowded at the second floor at temple balcony but the sounds emanating from the DJ's at the dance floor below is less heard here.

    This place is always packed after 6:00 pm and their resident DJ's play very loud music ranging from lounge, hip hop, retro 80's, soul, disco, trance, etc. They have an extensive selection of bar chow and beers and liqours and cocktails.

    Prices of the cocktail drinks at $ 5 buy one take one specials, beers at $ 2.50 for tiger beer or san miguel beer or singha beer and just $ 1.50 for the local Angkor Beer and Anchor Beer.

    bar chow starts at $ 8 for a pizza, $ 7 for fried chicken wings, etc.

    Dress Code: very casual! you can wear shorts, tank tops and flip flops when partying here

    Opens: 10:00 am to 2:00 am everyday.

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    Temple Club and Balcony: One of the 2 main Draws in Pub Street! (1)

    by machomikemd Written Jun 25, 2012

    Pub Street is the main attraction in Siem Reap, it is here where the mostly western tourists go after a whole day of walking and hiking along the huge angkor complex up north and the two main attraction at Pub Street (Street 8) itself is the Angkor What? Bar and it's neighbor across the street, the TEMPLE BAR and CLUB!

    Temple Bar and Club, unlike Angkor What? Bar across the street, offers both Dining and Club and Bar Options and has a bigger space than Angkor What Bar. Temple Club at the ground floor has two divisions, on the left side is the dining area, offering assorted Khmer Dishes and Khmer Barbecue and on the right side is the Temple Club, where the Bar and the and the packed dance floor is located (see my videos and pictures too). On the second floor is the more subdued area for drinking and eating, called Temple Balcony and there are nightly FREE apsara dance shows from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm daily. It is also crowded at the second floor at temple balcony but the sounds emanating from the DJ's at the dance floor below is less heard here.

    This place is always packed after 6:00 pm and their resident DJ's play very loud music ranging from lounge, hip hop, retro 80's, soul, disco, trance, etc. They have an extensive selection of bar chow and beers and liqours and cocktails.

    Prices of the cocktail drinks at $ 5 buy one take one specials, beers at $ 2.50 for tiger beer or san miguel beer or singha beer and just $ 1.50 for the local Angkor Beer and Anchor Beer.

    bar chow starts at $ 8 for a pizza, $ 7 for fried chicken wings, etc.

    Dress Code: very casual! you can wear shorts, tank tops and flip flops when partying here

    Opens: 10:00 am to 2:00 am everyday.

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    In Touch Restaurant: Khmer Restaurant and Bar Beside Red Piano

    by machomikemd Written Jun 24, 2012

    This will be my In Touch Restaurant Nightlife tips as the restaurant can really be packed after 9 pm due to the live band playing at the second floor.

    In Touch Restaurant is located at the start of Pub Street (Street 8) and the Intersection of Pub Street and Street 11, you cannot miss it as the pub street neon sign is beside the restaurant. Like other restaurants in Pub Street, In touch restaurant doubles as a Nightlife place with love bands starting at 9:30 in the evening. I learned from the waiter that this joint is more popular for asian tourists than westerners and that the big asian tour groups like from south korea or taiwan or japan or vietnam, always dine at this place. It is a two story restaurant with a live band at the second floor and the seats at the second floor tends to be filled at the time the live band performs.

    hours: 10:00 am to 01:00 am everyday

    there is no cover charge for the live band!!! they also have an extensive drink lists with specials like angkor draft beers at $ 1.50 a glass and $ 2.50 for a really big bottle of 750 ml. other beers like tiger beer at $ 1.50 for a small bottle, Singha Beer at $ 2.50, San Miguel Beer at $ 2.50. Thye also have big jugs that holds 1.5 liters of beers like angkor or tiger or Cambodi Beer at $ 5.50 per jug. They have assorted cocktails like long island iced tea or tequila sunrise or mai tai at $ 3 to $ 4 per order.

    Dress Code: very casual! you can wear shorts and flip flops here.

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    THE MAIN PARTY PLACE of SIEM REAP!: PUB STREET!

    by machomikemd Written Jun 22, 2012

    This will be on my Pub Street Nighlife Tips!

    We have to thank the expatriate australian owner of ANGKOR WHAT? bar who made Street 8 (what PUB Street was known back then) the ultimate destination in Siem Reap after the hiking and walking of the Angkor Complex and Tonle Sap Lake. PUB STREET started as the lowly Street 8 where it served as an extension of the souvenir shops and other stalls of the nearby Phsar Chas but in 1998, ANGKOR WHAT? BAR was opened in the street and it suddenly became popular and other establishment began mushrooming in the street and in the alleys beside it and was renamed to PUB STREET today.

    Again, Pub Street was named for the numerous pubs that line Street 8 near the Old Market, Pub Street sports as many restaurants and shops as pubs and bars. Pub Street really gets going until around 5PM as people return from the temples. Come evening the curbside seating fills, the bars crank up the and the street is blocked to motor traffic, allowing pedestrians to stroll easily. Many of the bars are open until midnight while a few are open until the early hours of the morning, which include ‘Angkor What?’, ‘Temple Club’ and ‘X-Bar’. Nearly every bar or restaurant here will offer happy hour beers for 50 cents and cheap cocktails, but it seems that it is happy hour every hour of every day so you can expect to pound a few brews for next to nothing, no matter when you get there. Pub Street is aimed directly at western tourists and rich asian tourits as well (llike the japanese, koreans, taiwanese) so don’t go there expecting a genuine Cambodian experience.

    A Caution: there are many "escort girls" and "taxi ladies" roaming around the area and also ladyboys and tuk tuk drivers who double as pimps who ask you if you want "boom boom" and "yum yum" and take you to karaoke bars away from pub street for some "action"

    Dress Code: Very Casual! you can party the night away only in t-shirts, board shorts and flip flops or slippers! the only thing not allowed is wearing nothing buy your birthday suit!

    Pub Street is open at 6:00 am to 12:00 am for most establishments but the real action starts at 5:00 pm onwards

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    Restaurants & Bars at Pub Street Alleys: Pub Street Alleys: The Passage

    by machomikemd Written Jun 22, 2012

    This will be My Pub Street Alleys Nightlife Tips.

    There are many dining opportunities along the Passage to Pub Street Alleys and they fit almost any budget plus they have happy hour specials too. Pub Street is just one small street from end to end is just about 400 meters long but like a spider, with a web around it, it has many alleys and side streets that ends at Pub Street and there are many commercial establishments, stores, souvenir shops, hole in the wall, restaurants, bars and what have you lining the unnamed alleys lining the periphery of pub street. The alleys are narrow, pedestrian-only walkways that have a more relaxed ambiance compared to the lively Pub Street and some of the exits are just across the street from busy Old Market area since the Old Market and Pub Street are just a stone's throw away. The Alleys are coded into Alley West, The Passage (pub street alley) and The Lane.

    Most of the establishments are open from 10:00 am to 12:00 am but the action starts at 5:00 pm onwards.

    you can have a more subdued drinking and partying here at the alleys of pub street since the Loud Music of Temple Bar and Angkor What? bar at Pub Street is less heard here at the alleys plus it is less crowded with people. Plus the happy hour specials are more generous than in pub street where you can get a small glass of Angkor or Anchor Draft Beer for only $ 0.50 per glass and assorted cocktails at only $ 4 at buy one take one offers from 5:00 pm to 12 am everyday!

    Among the Restaurants in the Alley West and The Passage are:

    - AHA (International, Khmer)
    - Amok (Khmer) - will do a separate tip for it
    - Bamboo Restaurant (Khmer)
    - Cambodian BBQ Restaurant (Khmer BBQ)
    - Chamkar Vegetarian Restaurant (Vegetarian)
    - Champey Restaurant (Khmer) - will do a separate tip for it.
    - Khmer BBQ Restaurant (Khmer BBQ)
    - Khmer Kitchen (Khmer)
    - Le Tigre de Papier or Paper Tiger (Western, Asian)
    - Little Italy Restaurant (Italian)
    - The Singing Tree Café (Vegetarian, Healthy Food)

    Nightlife in the Alley West and The Passage
    - Picasso (Tapas Bar)

    Dress Code: casual! you can come with your flip flops, slippers, tank tops at even mini skirts!

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    Red Piano: Don't waste your time

    by lalikes Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Oh, the Red Piano. Oh, Angelina Jolie was there. Oh, the film crew from Lara Croft sat in some chair there. Oh, Angie made up some drink and named it after herself there. Oh, this place is crap there. So ridiculous but as an open minded traveler, I guess you have to go there once. Just don't tell me about it. And Angie's drink is awful. Technically this tip should be under the Tourist Trap category.

    Dress Code: Casual

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    Elephant Bar / Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor: Having a Singapore Sling in Siem Reap

    by bpacker Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Ok, so this is a chi-chi hotel but hell, I'm a Singaporean and I can't help but feel proud and even a tad bit patroitic when I strolled into the lush grounds of Grand Hotel d'Angkor. Yes, and to chalk even more points for being a patriotic Singaporean, I ordered the ubiquitous pink drink that the Raffles chain of hotel is famous for. What else but the Singapore Sling? Surprisingly, it tasted even better here than the lousy shot I had in the Long Bar (Raffles Hotel, Singapore). And what's more they threw in an intimate soirée of apsara dancers as well. What more could I ask for at USD2 ( tax included ) ? It was the best Sling I ever had.

    The handsome local bar manager confirmed my tastebuds. He mentioned, with a twinkle in his eye, that the Slings are freshly made here unlike the ones in Long Bar. There were way too many customers at the famous bar in Singapore, making it impossible to churn out one fresh drink after another.

    Dress Code: Chi-chi dressing. You know, anything that would look casually expensive.

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    Angkor What?: The Other Angkor Sunrise

    by bpacker Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Now, if you're way too lazy to get up at 4am to catch the sunrise at Angkor Wat, you can drink one at the Angkor What? Yes, you heard me correctly. You can get high on a tasty, fruity cocktail at the bar instead of waking up at a Godforsaken hour to jostle with other bleary tourists. The drink cost about USD2 a pop and every 5cents that you spend out of a dollar in this place goes to the local hospital. Ah, I'd rather get high on this drink anytime.

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    Seam Reap At Night: Seam Reap At Night

    by Cathy&Gary Written Mar 21, 2009

    The centre of nightlife in Siem Reap is Pub Street which is named for the many restaurants and pubs that line both sides of the road.

    The street is closed to traffic at night which makes it a lot easier to walk around.

    There are all sorts of bars and restaurants here, you can dine on Thai, Khmer, French, Indian, Italian plus much more.

    Its pretty quiet during the day - but still good for lunch - but is always very busy and lively at night.

    Most places are open until midnight and a few till dawn!

    A few minutes walk from Pub Street is Pub Street Alley, not quite as hectic but a lovely little alley lined with shops, bars, galleries, cafes and Khmer restaurants.

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    Golden Night Restaurant: Snow Glasses

    by Eggboy Written Aug 23, 2008

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    Went to a small restuarant/bar called Golden Night Restaurant and the locals recommneded Snow Glasses or "Keo Pril" in Khmer for serving the beer. Snow glass is a typical beer mug put into the freezer so it comes out to the table covered in ice. Great way to keep the beer ccol for longer. They will also put ice in the beer which for some people is unacceptable. After a few days of trying to drink beer that gets warm after a minute in the hot and humid climate of Cambodia, I said why not.

    Dress Code: no dress code

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    Bantei Srei Karaoke: Khmer Karaoke

    by Eggboy Written Aug 22, 2008

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    Its not exactly a recommended night spot for your general tourist but I was fortunate to be taken here by my guide to a private party with heaps of drinking and of course Karaoke. The music is basically Euro-pop re-worked with Khmer lyrics. Its not my preffered style of music but its the type that you egt stuck in your head for the next 3 days. They had about 3 western songs which I attempted to sing. You can see the really blurry photo of me!

    Dress Code: Come as you are

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