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  • 1

    Angkor Wat

    150 reviews

    Angkor Wat was as amazing as what people said. I went to Angkor Wat because I wanted to feel something different and see something 'amazing'. I was having a hard time back then. You can purchase several kinds of entrance tickets, and I recommend you to buy a week long, three time entrance ticket, if you want to go there ...

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  • 2

    Ta Prohm

    37 reviews

    It is located on the road from Angkor Tom through Victory gate, near Bantya Kdey. It is dated the middle of the 12th eyelid on the beginning of the 13th eyelid. That Prom still remains untouched archeologists and restorers. Trees and stones are so bound that in some places it is difficult to understand that was earlier a stone or ...

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  • 3

    Bayon

    19 reviews

    This temple is built by Jayavarman VII, a megalomaniac king in the 13th century, whose realm expanded southwards to include Malaysia. The hundreds of faces of the Bayon is really impressive and is said to represent Avalokitesvara (The Buddha of compassion) but some postulate that the faces resemble the king. Not to be missed.

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  • 4

    Angkor Thom

    18 reviews

    Angkor Thom is an awesome ruin and is a bus ride down from Angkor Wat. One of my favorite Wong Kar Wai films, "In the Mood for Love" was shot at Angkor Thom. The monument is huge and does not get as crowded compared to Angkor Wat. For these reasons, it's definitely worth a visit.

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  • 5

    Lake Tonlé Sap

    18 reviews

    Went there during the dry season, so instead if using a boat to get to the community I rode a bike. It was great cause there were not many tourist, it was just me so I was able to talk to the local people and to get I a family let my climb to their hut. It was such a ...

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  • 6

    Banteay Srei

    15 reviews

    This is my favorite temple in Angkor. It's slightly off the beaten track but it's totally worth it and shouldn't be missed. This citadel of women is an exquisite sandstone temple.

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  • 7

    Beng Melea

    10 reviews

    This temple is about 50 km out of Siem Reap, but well worth the journey.

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  • 8

    Pre Rup

    11 reviews

    The best temple for sunset. When the sun hits it just before it sets, the temple glows in a beautiful orange. Get here around 5pm if you are already in the complex, if you are just visiting for sunset, make sure you are here by 5:30 at the latest, and stand in front of the temple to get a great ...

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  • 9

    Old Market

    13 reviews

    You can find some fantastic deals at the Old Market in Siem Reap. My sister wanted to collect a bunch of buddha artwork and we got some great deals. Remember not to accept the first price offered, you can go back and forth for quite some time and end up with a great deal. If you don't like to bargain, ...

  • 10

    Bayon Temple

    8 reviews

    amazing place!

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  • 11

    Pub Street

    16 reviews

    The center of commercial activity but a bit depressing in my book. The bars here still attract way too many sex workers.

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  • 12

    Phnom Bakheng

    9 reviews

    巴肯山 the first place i set foot on in ankor wat, riding elephant up there and enjoyed sunset .

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  • 13

    Beng Mealea

    6 reviews

    Definitely a highlight of the Angkor area. Visitors who make the effort to visit this temple will be well rewarded. The temple is at least as large as Angkor Wat but hasn't been restored. This is a place to really feel like Indiana Jones as you walk around and explore the vine enshrouded ruins. A highly recommend paying the extra ...

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  • 14

    kompong phluk

    5 reviews

    Kompong Phluk is a floating village in Lake Tonle Sap near Siem Reap. This is not for everyone but if you are looking for an authentic Asian experience that gives you a look into a way of life that is so different from yours, i recommend visiting this village.

  • 15

    Banteay Samre

    5 reviews

    A little off the beaten path. It is still possible to visit this site without being absolutely surrounded by tourists. Banteay Samre is well preserved but relatively small and a bit easier to manage than some of the other temples in the area. One of my favorite things about visiting this temple is the ride down the dirt road to ...

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  • 16

    Preah Khan

    5 reviews

    To my mind, the finest ‘unrestored’ temple at Angkor, Preah Khan has all of the dramatic tree-in-temple scenery that makes Ta Phrom such a crowd-pleaser, but offers much more besides. The enormous, sprawling monastic complex is possibly the finest place in Angkor for independent exploring, with acres of crumbled passageways and tumbled walls and narrow corridors, in addition to blockbuster ...

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  • 17

    Le Tigre de papier

    6 reviews

    Great food, lovely atmosphere and ice cold draft beer - what more could you ask for? Le Tigre de Papier came recommended by the owners of Quad Adventures Cambodia as a place they frequent and it didn't disappoint. Both Khmer and Western dishes on offer so there's something to please everyone.

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  • 18

    cambodia

    3 reviews
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  • 19

    Angkor National Museum

    9 reviews

    They don't allow photography and they'll follow you around policing that

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  • 20

    Angkor What?

    4 reviews

    Ankor What? is located on the famous bar or pub street in downtown Siem Reap. It is one of the oldest bars and brings in a crowd of mostly foreigners and ex-pats pretty consistently. The walls are littered with graffiti giving it a bit of a dive bar feel. Come here to play some pool, meet some foreigners, and have ...

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