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Siem Reap Street Food Evening Tour
"Stemming from a culture at least 3000 years old Khmer cuisine is one of the oldest in the world. Siem Reap’s street food is influenced by Thai Vietnamese Chinese and French techniques to form a style and flavor profile that is uniquely Cambodian.After hotel pickup start your evening with a ride on a remork-moto a common form of transportation in Siem Reap. You’ll zip through the streets
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Cambodian Cooking Class in the Siem Reap Countryside
"After pickup from Siem Reap hotels by tuk tuk head to a nearby village for a short tour of the local community. During the approximate 15-minute drive you may see farmers returning from the rice fields spot buffalo or oxcarts get a glimpse of traditional homes and see some of the fruits and vegetables that grow in the area. You can even look inside someone’s kitchen and check out the charcoal pot used to cook an entire family meal. Once you've seen the village head to the lovely venue that hosts your cooking class. Your guide takes you into the herb garden to show you some commonly used culinary herbs and to collect some fresh ones for tonight’s dishes. Then begin your class
From $48.00
 
Angkor Temples Small-Group Tour
"On this full-day tour from Siem Reap you’ll be awestruck by the grandeur of the temples of the Angkor region. You’ll visit Angkor Wat the masterpiece of the Khmer empire with a vast moat and reflection pools. Wander through the galleries and admire the large bas-reliefs (carvings) depicting scenes of the Hindu epic the Ramayana. At the Bayon be captivated by the temple’s smiling stone faces radiating in all directions from the towers above. Discover the ancient history of the war between the Khmer and Cham from the detailed bas-reliefs that are interspersed with everyday life scenes like cockfighting shopping at the market and childbirth.Travel through the South Gate of Angkor Thom
From $83.00

More Local Customs in Siem Reap

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Untangle fishing nets

These women's preparing the fishing nets during fish season which start in February. This whole village communities are close to each other. These water villages are as well supplied and active as...
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Monks ceremony inside Angkor

We visited Angkor in December 20, 2015. Firstly, we went to Angkor Thom, walk around to see Bayon temple and surroundings. Afterwards, on our way to next temple (Baphuon), there, we saw all the monks....
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Foodstalls inside the ruins

We only bought a one day pass for Angkor Wat. It was for us enough, and I'm glad I could see the famous Angkor even for a day. Is horrendously place to stroll, very touristy!. You can hardly take a...
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Inexpensive Beauty Salon outside the Center

There are several beauty salons in town, price is competing. If you walk around you mostly find them on main street and near the market area. Some of them is specialized in Spa and massage, and some...
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Sreet food vendor trolley

Before sunset, street vendors start pushing trolleys out and slowly turning the main streets, I try most of the time if I see them, and can't complain they're good and tasty. I saw this fruit shake...
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Inexpensive alcoholic drinks in mobile cart

Mobile cart vendors are common in Southeast asian countries. But I haven't seen often this vendor selling strong alcoholic drinks in mobile cart. Is a competition of bars. Imagine, a cocktail for $1.5...
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Grilled Meat on Street

Typically of Cambodia, but in Siem Reap there are more of them than elsewhere. Not only in the market but more on the streets where tourist areas. These are grilled duck which not for directly to eat...
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MOTORBIKE AND TRAILER

You will find motorbike and trailer a normal type of transport here (for the poor). Large wooden trailers are attached to the rear of motorbikes and are used fro transporting gods or passengers. I...
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Houses

When you pass by the road, you’ll see the houses having similar structures. The houses are elevated and the base is supported by poles on each corner. Obviously, the houses are built on this way...
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A Karma (Krah-mah)

A Karma is checked cotton scarf, mostly worn by men and women in the rural Cambodia. It can be used a turban on the head, as a towel and mostly used to protect from the sun, wind and dust. Use a Karma...
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The Sampot - Cambodian National Dress

The Sampot is the national dress of Cambodia. Its quite similar to Sarong Batik where Asean countries are wearing. My older family members are still wearing them, but I don't (don't want to get...
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Family and Friends outings

Many people in Cambodia look forward to a get together with Family and friends. Members of family and friends may look for jobs in the city far away from hometown and during this Khmer New Year...
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Buddhist Monks

You can find a lot of Buddhist Monks in Cambodia. I have high regards for the Buddhist Monk especially my blind Buddhist Monks in Baling. They are very helpful and giving advice and prayers.And I have...
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Young Buddhist Monks

In Cambodia, Buddhist monks are held in high regard, not only as religious leaders but for their traditional role of helping those most in need. Young Buddhist Monks in the temple, they are not...
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Top Hotels in Siem Reap

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River Road, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Central Park, Siem Reap, 93145, Cambodia
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Steng Thmei, Svaydongkum, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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National Road No 6A, Khum Srornge, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Highway No. 6, Phum Kasekam KH 1700, Siem Reap, P.O.Box 93929-Kingdom of Cambodia, Siem Reap, 855, C
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Khum Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Top Things to Do in Siem Reap

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Pyongyang Restaurant

Many international tourists from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Hong Kong, China and South Korea have frequented this North Korean restaurant set up by the Communist Government of the...
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Wat Preah Prohm Rath

Ta Prohm I find one of the most incredibly temples in Angkor. Sooner or later you will see this ruin either you have a one or three day pass. It's amazing to see a tree grows through a temple. With...
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Night Market

Siem Reap has an active night life. There are two major places to go. Either the Pub Street or the Night Markets. There are several night markets but all within a a few blocks of each other. It is...
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Bodia Spa

This is a very nice spa that is tucked away on a side alley street. It is two floors and has two entrances next to each other. One is for a retail store of high end beauty products and the other is...
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Cambodian Landmine Museum

This is a very interesting and informative museum, dedicated to educating the public about the history and on going efforts to clear landmines still spread across Cambodia. There is an entrance fee of...
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Kaya Spa

Kaya Spa is located in a nicely painted newly modeled building. I was surprised when I entered that the walls are rather stark. A few painting or other decor would go a long. I requested a foot...
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Mikebb

"Interesting Town, Close to Angkor Wat"
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AngMimi

"Siem Reap - The Great Gate to Angkor"
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AlbuqRay

"Portal for Angkor Temple Complex But Nice Itself"
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blueskyjohn

"Siem Reap - Gateway to Angkor"
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rosequartzlover1

"Siem Reap"
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