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Things To Do in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap seems to be a small town but this small town will not disappoint you. At Siem Reap, you can always find something to eliminate your boredom. There are thousands of temple which require you to spend your whole months to visit all. Besides the temples, you can also visit Kulen waterfall and bath in the holy water. In the evening, you can visit pubstreet for a drink, have a fish massage and dance. You will not want to miss your beautiful evening at night market where you can go and buy souvenir from local sellers. You will also want to buy some souvenir at a local shop. While staying in the town, you can bicycle around the Angkor complex to exercise your muscle as well as to learn about local culture from local tour guide. One thing that will give you unique experience of the visit to Siem Reap is an evening spent with a local family who is eagerly want to share with you joy and the taste of authentic food made by them. You can also help them cook. This is a great moment that never before has a tourist visiting Siem Reap experienced.

  • An Unforgettable One Day Temples Tour By Car
  • Drive Motobike to see Local Village+Sunset!
  • Make your own Cambodia recycle product
  • Airport Pick Up and Transfer
  • Visit Kompong Plouk Village/Floating Houses
  • photographer tour
  • An Unforgettable One Day Temples Tour By Car
  • An Unforgettable One Day Temples Tour By Car
  • photographer tour
  • Day Trip to See Nature and Falls in Siem Reap
  • Temple Day Tour With Tuk Tuk Driver Mr. Phana
  • Temple Day Tour With Tuk Tuk Driver Mr. Phana
  • photographer tour
  • photographer tour
  • Temple Day Tour With Tuk Tuk Driver Mr. Phana

Ideas for Inspiration in Siem Reap, Cambodia

  • Visit Angkor Wat and other temples including Bayon temple where the film transformer “Dark of the moon” was filmed, and Taprom temple which was shown in “Lara croft: Tomb Rider” of Angelina Jolie
  • Enjoy the nightlife at the pubstreet
  • Discover Cambodian culture by visiting Cultural Village
  • Uncover the secret transforming palm juice into sugar in Badak Village
  • Jump on the bike tour with a local tour guide exploring the ancient city of Angkor
  • Visit Kulen mountain where the history of Angkor era began
  • Take a boat ride on Tonle Sap lake, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, and have fun seeing birds roaming over the lake
  • Learn how Khmer in the Angkor era irrigated their farmlands by visiting Baray

Siem Reap, Cambodia


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Interesting facts about Siem Reap, Cambodia

  • GreetingWhen meeting each other, along with the phrase “how do you do?”, Cambodian people prefer to put their palms together like a lotus flower on front of their chest. This manner used to show the respect to one another is called “Sampeah”.
  • Don’t touch my head!Cambodian people don’t let others touch their head because they consider head to be superior. For some people, head is associated with guardian spirit, and touching their head makes them sick.
  • Beware of your shoes and your hat Cambodian people take their shoes and their hat off while entering a temple or a house. This is a sign of respect.
  • Barang If you are from a western country, you’ll be called “Barang” by the locals. This word came from the fact that Cambodia had been under French (Barang) colonization.
  • Khmer wedding party If you were joining the wedding party, don’t forget to leave some money after finishing the party. The money you leave is a blessing and a present for the bride and groom.