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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
From $47.00
 
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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11 wheels Vehicle?

11 wheels vehicle? Thats using both your legs, well, our legs looks like 11, right? hahaha.. what a cheap joke, i got here..Anyway, Siem Reap city is a small city to get around by foot. Just walk to...
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Balloon Rides

We missed the chance to have the Balloon ride near Angkor Wat because the office closed for celebrating Khmer New Year.Anyway, you can take a ride a Balloon ride 200m straight up for an awesome views...
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Helicopter Rides

I saw a Helicopter fly passed Phnom Bakheng during sunset. The view must be spectacular around Angkor Wat, temples and the countryside, another wish I want to sit on a Helicopter.Well, Helistar...
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Elephant Rides

I always wish to ride on an elephant, now I regret for not having that ride when I at Phnom Bakheng :-((Anyway, you can find them waiting for customers near Bayon and at the South Gate of Angkor Thom...
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Express Bus to Phnom Penh

Express bus is the very popular transport between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. The Road is in good condition and we took Mekong Express to Phnom Penh. Its only a 5 hours trip and the price about US$11...
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Tuk-tuk

Tuk-tuks, can be found everywhere in Siem Reap. A trip within Siem Reap will cost US$2 for 4 people or 6 people, if the driver in the good mood. Ensure both you and driver agree on the destination and...
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Van

The hotel can arrange van for you for single or multiple days. They are charged more than Tuk-tuk per day, but of course, its much comfortable sitting in a van with air condition. :-))) Our driver can...
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TRAVEL TO POIPET

Now that the road is finally surfaced bus travel to Poipet is easy by bus, taking less than 3 hours. At Poipet you will probably have to take a smaller bus to the border then walk across. Then you can...
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BICYCLE RENTAL

Bicycling is quickly becoming a popular way to visit the temples. The roads between the main temples are paved and the distances are about right for a bicycle touring. Bring sun screen, a good hat,...
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MOTO-ROMAUKS (TUKTUKS)

Tuk-tuks are covered offering some protection from sun and rain. In Siem Reap most drivers speak some English.To the temples, transportation is usually rented by the day. Rates run about $10-$15/day...
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Tuk Tuk Service By Srapon Is The Best

We pre-arranged our 3 full days travel around Siem Reap with Srapon.His website is http://mytuktuk.com.During our entire visit, he was always early to pick us up and very courteous and spoke English...
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Hire a van and driver

The Angkor temples are very spread out, and not easily reachable on foot. Therefore, it helps to have a motor vehicle to get around. You will also need a driver, a not all road signs are in Roman...
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"Roza", the taxi/tuktuk driver

We had Mr.Roza as our driver the entire 3-day stay in Siem Reap. He's an energetic, diligent and courteous young man. He posses both taxi ($50/day) and tuktuk ($15/day), and services both long-haul...
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Bus to Kratie

Mekong Express to Kampong Cham and then another bus to Kratie. It may take the entire day to do it. Mekong Express is airconditioned and comfortable.I enjoyed very much my visit to Kratie with its...
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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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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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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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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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