Khett Siem Reab Nightlife

  • the live band
    the live band
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  • food and a cocktail drink
    food and a cocktail drink
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  • draft beer specials
    draft beer specials
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Khett Siem Reab Nightlife

  • Specials of Angkor What? Bar.

    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 "bucketsof...

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  • The BAR that made PUB STREET famous! (2)

    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...

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  • The BAR that made PUB STREET famous! (1)

    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...

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  • Dance Floor of the Temple Club and...

    TThis 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,...

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  • One of the 2 main Draws in Pub Street!...

    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,...

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  • One of the 2 main Draws in Pub Street!...

    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...

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  • Khmer Restaurant and Bar Beside Red...

    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...

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  • PUB STREET!

    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...

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  • Pub Street Alleys: The Passage

    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...

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  • Watch Aussie Rules in Siem Reap

    If you need to watch Aussie sports like rugby, cricket, AFL, and more rugby, this is the place to be in Siem Reap. As Aussie as you can be.

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  • Don't waste your time

    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...

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  • Having a Singapore Sling in Siem Reap

    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...

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  • The Other Angkor Sunrise

    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...

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  • Seam Reap At Night

    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...

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  • Cultural Show

    Definitely catch a cultural show while in Siem Reap. The Jasmine Angkor Restaurant has a nightly show with dinner at 7:30 and show at 8. Cost is approximately $15 USD for the show and buffet dinner.

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  • Snow Glasses

    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...

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  • Khmer Karaoke

    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....

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  • PARTY STREET OF SIEM REAP

    BAR STREET IN SIEM REAP IS THE PLACE TO GO FOR A GREAT NIGHT OUT AFTER A HARD DAY SEEING THE TEMPLES... ON BAR STREET YOU HAVE A MIND BLOWING CHOICE OF PLACES TO EAT AND DRINK.. WHAT I REALLY LIKED ABOUT BAR STREET WAS THE GOOD VIBE IT GAVE OFF.WE SPENT 3 DAYS PHNOM PHEN, AND AS GOOD A TIME AS WE HAD THERE THE NIGHT LIFE WAS NOWHERE AS GOOD AS SIEM...

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  • Shopping fun!!

    Every evening you can go shopping at the Night Market. Just follow the the big sign in the main street of ask around!!

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  • "Holand V"

    We were told that there's no nightlife and no place to go at night b4 we went. To our surprise, there were numerous restaurants and snack bars ard the corner, and was very touristy. There was street performance by students/children.It was next to the Old Market. Casual

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  • Dancing with Cambodians

    Just across the bridge opposite the Old market you'll find the Martini Disco. A hangout for the local people, we were the only "barang". The music, mainly Khmer, is a little on the loud side. When you come in the beer girls are trying to convince you to take their beer.During slow dancing the lights above the dance floor are switched off to give...

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  • Satify your rumbling tummy!

    After you are done pub hopping in the old market, head to The Red Piano for grub. It is a tastefully done up restaurant which serves up really nice pasta. The restaurant has a special cocktail dedicated to Angelina Jolie. It is greatly influenced by the star. The food and the ambience are truly amazing. Strongly recommend the restaurant.

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  • Wacky Bar

    The name of this place had intrigued us since the time we were leaving for our trip so Angkor What? was on our list since the very beginning. And our excitement paid off quite well!Angkor What? is a crazily done up place. Bright colours on the walls and patrons are given markers so the graffitti on the walls is generated by the patrons. The music...

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  • A great bar...

    In Siem Reap, in a little Alley, there is a great bar run by a fun guy (ex-pat) named Martin. The mojitos rock...I'll post the name later (had to many mojitos to remember). However, it is located kiddie corner, across the way from John McDermott's Photography Gallery!We had some lively conversations... You need to wear clothes...

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  • Pulse of Siem Reap

    ''Bar Street'' in town is a nice place to chill and relax with a well deserved drink after a day of temples. There're enough Bars cum Restaurants to satisfy everyone's palate. Really nice to just sit and people watch, and you'll see familiar faces that you see in the temples. Casual

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  • Bars Away From Pub Street

    We came across this bar by accident on Wat Bo Road.This laid back bar is owned by a guy called Ben, who is originally from Amsetrdam, moved to the states and now lives in Cambodia, so has a pretty mashed up accent.This is a great bar just to sit and chill in, and Ben mixes a mean Cambodian Whisky and 7UP Stop here for a drink on the way to BB kings...

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  • Its Fun

    Sick of hanging out with ill-mannered Aussies and bloated Scando-Krauts? Then get off the barang circuit and party with the locals at Zone One - the greatest club on Earth. No maddog looks, many beautiful women and its even gay friendly. Of course the music is bad, but its better than average Asian club music. Drinks are pricey for Cambodia, but...

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  • Good food and drink

    Generally the nightlife in Siem Reap town is all in one location - which is in Pub Street. People from all walks of life, nationality congregate here for dinner. From families to single traveler like me. The food & drinks are reasonable, although you need to check around - from budget to reasonably expensive. There are some which offers free...

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  • Happy hour and late nights rendezvous

    Step onto Pub Street and you will find rows of cafes and pubs lined up side by side with a variety of cuisine offerings. After 5pm, this street starts kicking alive with bars giving out their "happy hour" deals to tourists where most of them will be back from the temples. The good thing about this place is that it is blocked to motorists during...

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  • Pub and Bar street, siem reap town

    it's advantage to stay close to the town - I spent almost every night in the bar & restaurant street - there are so many restaurants (for sure there are solely for foreign tourist only)The food here are not bad, and the cheapest draft beer cost only USD 0.50 per glass.Go for Khmer food like 'Amok Chicken', or 'Amok fish', or Combodian BBQ. There...

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  • Traditional Dances

    There are many places to take in a traditional dance performance. We went to the Bayon II Restaurant. The show was beautiful, the dancers very skilled. We didn't eat dinner there but went only for the show and some beers (we have grown tired of these types of buffets) The perofrmance was an hour long and very enjoyable. Casual

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  • Cold Beer and Crocodiles

    Now, way before I went to Siem Reap, Cambodia, I heard of a watering hole in town where it's possible to grab a cold beer and dally with crocodiles. Sounded like an adventure worthy of an alcoholic Lara Croft.So off I went to Dead Fish Tower, with Clubber Diva, hoping to chill out with crocs.Our expectations were fulfilled. Not only did the...

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  • Traditional Khmer dances

    In several restaurants in Siem Reap are cultural performances of classical Khmer dance. Most striking are the apsara (meaning heavenly nymphs) dances. The apsara dance is unique to Cambodia. The Thais with their resembling dances learnt originally their techniques from these Khmer dances. Characteristic for the apsara dances are the stylished hand...

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  • The street where all the tourists...

    The street one blok north of the Psar Chaa is the street with many restaurants like the Red Piano and Soup Dragon, serving Khmer, but also international food.During the evening and night it looks like all tourists of Siem Reap gather here after their visit to the Angkor temples. There are good restaurants, nice bars and the atmosphere is very...

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  • A relaxing evening

    The Foreign Correspondents Club was opened in December 2004. It is the newest contemporary resort and a member of the Exclusive Design Hotels.The FCC Angkor Bar is very relaxed with tasteful decor and very good staff. The tasting plates were a hit with us as we'd had a late lunch and just wanted a snack to go with our drinks. The food was very...

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  • The most bizarre nightclub I have been...

    Alright so maybe it's not 100% ludicrous but the strange mix of asian hand dancing, schmoozy grooves and western early 90's / cheesy disco (in that order - every time) is wierd to experience to say the least.The door staff do have guns so make sure you are well behaved and I did see some Khmer men hassling an American guy for dancing with a Khmer...

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  • "Satisfy beer drinkers, anytime,...

    Now, in contrast with the Siem Reap Singapore Sling experience, I had a bad experience with the national beer of Cambodia - ANGKOR BEER. I had great expectations since the beer looked promising with a picture of the three corn-cob towers of the famous Wat and some amusing words on the poster ads - "This premium quality lager is to satisfy...

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  • not quite Raffles but worth the visit

    Ok, it may lack some of the grandeur of Raffles in Singapore but the Elephant Bar still captures much of the aura of that era when only the rich and famous got to play in such remote playgrounds as Angkor Wat. Part of the same chain as its more famous Singapore cousin, the Elephant Bar is well appointed and has a timeless air; one can nearly see...

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  • free nuts anyone?

    The Temple Dance Club offered a more affordable place to enjoy a drink than the Elephant Bar and had plenty of atmosphere to boot. Of course, it may have been a great dance club later in the evening but we never made it so late. It was nonetheless a great place for happy hour. First off, all drinks are $2 or less and between 4-9 PM you get one free...

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  • The Best Beer in Asia?

    Now, after a horrendous experience with Angkor Beer, my expectations were somewhat cooled when it came to Beer Lao. Yes, even after reading a surprisingly good review in ASIAWEEK on the "LEADING BEER in ASIA" . Good thing I didn't get excited. The asiaweek article turn up to be crap after all. Beer Lao was pale yellow in color with little...

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  • Atmospheric Little Drinking Joint with...

    Now if you need a dark, little joint to chill out after checking out all the temples in the hot, hot day, BUDDHA LOUNGE is just the place. Service is impeccable, the waiters are polite and the ambience soothing. Everyone over here nurses the de rigeur bottle of beer while listening to the strains of Armstrong's jazz. I prefer this place to the Red...

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  • Lara Croft's Siem Reap Hangout

    Now when the 3 divas heard that Angelina Jolie used to hang out at the Red Piano, they set off for the same place for dinner one night. All 3 wanted to see what attracted the high goddess of adventure!So, off they went and they chose the best seats on the house by the balcony . It overlooked the busy streets of Psar Chaa and gave the 3 divas a nice...

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  • Tomb Raider hot spot

    Located at the corner of Pub Street, all the drivers know where the Red Piano is located. It has cozy and inviting chairs that can make you want to sit there forever. I only drank one drink of alcohol during this trip, so I don't know what to recommend in terms of alcoholic drinks. This place has a three pictures of Tomb Raider casts lounging...

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  • Sipping Banana shakes under Rainbow flag

    Linga Bar is the only gay pub/bar in the Siem Reap area. One can easily see it in the downtown area b/c of its distinctive rainbow flags. Just be careful of drinking the water (this is true for everywhere in Siem Reap.) I had a banana shake and I was fine. My anti-malarial pills also recommended me not to drink alcohol... and so the only alcohol I...

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  • Fantastic pub!

    The interior of D.F.T. looks like it is from the movie "Deer Hunter" - You know the scenes taken at the pub where C. Walken do the Russian Roulette thing. I have never seen anything like it, very cool! Sometimes You are sitting on big pillows or on chairs at the next floor, You can drink ,eat, sleep, lie down, listen to live music from modern music...

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