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Touring Tips

Touring Tips

Welcome to Siem Reap, a center of tourist place in Cambodia! Siem Reap is the getaway to the Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia's Seven wonder of the world, and it is a pleasant place to stay while touring the temples. Siem Reap is charm with old French shop-houses, shady tree-lined boulevard and a slow-flow river.The town is actually a cluster of old villages, which originally developed around individual pagodas and later overlaid with a French colonial-era center.

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Tour Itenarery

Tour Itenarery

Welcome to Siem Reap, a center of tourist place in Cambodia! Siem Reap is the getaway to the Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia's Seven wonder of the world, and it is a pleasant place to stay while touring the temples. Siem Reap is charm with old French shop-houses, shady tree-lined boulevard and a slow-flow river.The town is actually a cluster of old villages, which originally developed around individual pagodas and later overlaid with a French colonial-era center.

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Things to do in Siem Reap

Things to do in Siem Reap

Private Tour: Angkor Wat and The Royal Temples Full-Day Tour from Siem Reap. Be mesmerized by Angkor Wat and other magnificent remains of the Khmer Empire on this private tour from Siem Reap! Beginning at the south gate of Angkor Thom City, you'll explore the Bayon before continuing to...

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Shopping & Night life

Shopping & Night life

Siem Reap is an excellent place to buy Cambodian souvenirs, silks, handicrafts, textiles and contemporary art. Only Phnom Penh offers a comparable selection. In addition to the tradition shopping venues, over the last few of years there has been an explosion of new shops, galleries and boutiques, offering a varied selection of quality handicrafts and silks as well as original artistic creations in a variety of media.

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Foods & Drinks

Foods & Drinks

Siem Reap is an excellent place to buy Cambodian souvenirs, silks, handicrafts, textiles and contemporary art. Only Phnom Penh offers a comparable selection. In addition to the tradition shopping venues, over the last few of years there has been an explosion of new shops, galleries and boutiques, offering a varied selection of quality handicrafts and silks as well as original artistic creations in a variety of media.

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Getting around Cambodia

Getting around Cambodia

There are no public buses in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap. Taxis wait outside hotels and restaurants but, as they are unmetered, the fare should be fixed before leaving. Cyclos (tricycles) or motodops (motorcycle taxis) are an efficient and inexpensive way to get around and some of the drivers, especially those found outside main hotels, speak a little French or English. Siem Reap also has motorised tuk tuks. Now Tuk Tuk is become more popular to both local and international tourist.

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