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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

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Tonle Sap River Boat

All river boats are docked on the quay in Tonle Sap. We have a little walk from the parking, our boat was ready when we get here. We're just five of us, so they also put us on a small boat. Those...
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Getting around..........and to ANGKOR WAT

Tuk Tuk is plentiful in Siem Reap, this is apparently the easiest way to get around. If they see you walking on street they'll convince you to get in tuk tuk. Cost of a tuk tuk around the center is...
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Siem Reap Airport Small and Compact

Siem Reap international airport is around 7 kilometer from town center. If you arrived or departing from this airport it ain't so expensive as in Phnom Penh. You can take a prepaid taxis for $7 which...
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tuk-tuk in Siem Reap

As part of our preparations for the trip, we had arranged a tuk-tuk driver to take us from our hotel in Siem Reap to the various Wats in Angkor site, for 3 consecutive days. The deal included also...
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3 Wheel Saviours - the tuk-tuks

You have the option of using a bicycle or hiring a tuk-tuk or going in a tour company bus or going about in the luxury of an air-conditioned taxi. While a bicycle may be the cheapest option, it also...
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Hiring a tuk tuk

We hired a tuk tuk from in front of our hostel to drive us to Angkor wat! We agreed on $15 USD for 8 hour tourThe capacity of the tuk tuk is only for 4 passengers, he refused to accommodate the five...
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Transport from Hotel to Osmach Border

I paid US$80 for a standard car (Toyota Camry) from my hotel to Osmach border, driver drive at 120-150 km per hour and we reached there in 1 hour 15 mins (which hotel tell us it takes about 2-2.3...
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Tuk-Tuk Drivers and Tour Guides

Based on recommendations here on VT, I planned our trip to Siem Reap with intentions to 'try' out the favorite Tour Guides and Tuktuk drivers. I've settled on 2 people I want to highly recommend.Mr....
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Tuk tuk to Beng Mealea

The first morning in Siem reap I woke up little too late for whole day bicycle ride for the grand circuit ,so I decide to go to Beng mealea first by tuk tuk.I asked price from hotel staff the night...
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Bicycle

Many tourists travel around to see Angor Wat and around by tuk tuk.It's a very good and convenience way to do.I'm doubting at the beginning if I'll do it that way or by bicycle.Finally I and my mate...
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From airport to town

Normally I supposed to be picked up by the hotel I booked, and before travelling I sent e-mail to confirm them already about my flight arrival time.,and they also confirmed that there will be someone...
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By airplane

I booked flight and hotel through air asia that always have some nice promotion (AirAsiaGo.com.)I just tried to check what they offered and found that "flight plus hotel" was good deal so I took...
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Marom Hem

Many months before our first trip to Siem Reap I had been reading about Marom Hem on the Tales of Asia site. All the comments on him were excellent so I sent him an email. We corresponded for a few...
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The best way to see Angkor Wat - by Tuk Tuk

The absolute best way to see Angkor Wat is to buy a multi day pass and hire a Tuk Tuk driver. Not only is it cheaper than a guide and a car, but you whip around faster and if you have a good driver,...
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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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Top 5 Siem Reap Writers

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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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