Top 9 Things To Do In Siem Reap

Hua Hin Paddy Fields

Dominated by the stunning Angkor Wat, the area around Siem Reap offers more than just temples.

Angkor Wat

Far more than can be written here so we have a page dedicated to this UNESCO World Heritage Site and truly one of the wonders of the world.

We will look at all the ancient temples within our Angkor Wat section.

Guided Angkor Temple Bike Tour from Siem Reap from £36 per person

Angkor Wat

Apsaras Dance Shows

Many hotels will feature an Apsara Dance show or there are a number available on tours throughout the area.

Kbal Spean River

Featuring 1,000 phallic symbols, or lingas, carved into the bedrock alongside carvings of Buddha and Buddhist imagery.

Designed to fertilise the river that would feed the fields throughout the area.

Cambodia Cultural Village

An introduction to the traditional Cambodian way of life and the diverse ethnic cultures and customs throughout Cambodia.

You can get your fix for Apsara dancing here alongside circus acts and other traditional activites all set in a tourist friendly theme park.

Pub Street

You can probably guess one of the main attractions of this street, and adjacent streets, which also features a range of restaurants, faces, stalls, art galleries etc.

Pub Street

Angkor National Museum

Filled with artifacts from the Golden Era of the Khmer Kingdom, this museum located in Siem Reap adds added value prior to your visit to Angkor Wat. The 8 galleries include interactive exhibits.

Angkor Hot Air Balloon Classic Ride from £110 per person

Baray Lakes & Mebon Temples

Two ancient reservoirs sitting to the east and west of Angkor Thom, each with a stone temple, or Mebon, sitting on an island in the middle of the lake.

Baray Lake

Phnom Kulen National Park

45km north of Siem Reap featuring 2 spectacular waterfalls, the main attraction of the area are the 55 ancient temples sitting on Kulen Mountain.

Full-Day Phnom Kulen Waterfall National Park Tour from £39 per person

Phnom Kulen National Park

Tonle Sap Lake

The largest freshwater lake in South East Asia is best visited during the wet season when it really comes to life.

The lake is home to traditional floating villages as well as more than 300 species of fish, 100 species of birds plus crocodiles, snakes, otters and tortoises.

Half-Day Kompong Phluk, Tonle Sap Lake from Siem Reap from £29 per person

Tonle Sap Lake

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