Siem Reap Travel Guide
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- 98%Local Culture
- 84%Art & Design Lovers
- 78%History Buffs
- 64%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 64%Luxury Travelers
- 64%Adventure Travelers
Member Reviews (108)
- Siem ReapMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Feb 14, 2013
Siem Reap is becoming one of the backpacker ghetto, but still it has the old charm. The main street has western cafes and street food stalls at the same time. It is quite relaxing town, good to just sit around the downtown and read a book.
- Siem ReapJan 20, 2013
Siem Reap is a growing town in Cambodia and the gateway to the World Heritage Site of the Angkor Archaeological Park. The main resource of Siem Reap is the tourism wish is steady growing in large numbers. Siem Reap offers a wide spectrum for visitors, e.g. ancient temples, the floating village and a spectacular nightlife scene. Siem Reap is also hometown of Sabai Adventures which specialize in guided moto tours around Siem Reap to the beautiful countryside and amazing temples away from the crowds.
- Siem ReapMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Dec 12, 2012
Siem Reap will be your base camp for any temple hopping trips through the Angkor Wat temples. Save yourself some money and eat at the dollar food stalls at the western side of the town.
- Siem ReapOct 31, 2012
The Hindu temples of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia are some of the most photogenic structures you can find. The dominance of these massive temples are captivating from a distance, and they only get better up close. I found that each tile details historical stories of the religion and the people. My personal favorite was the Ta Prohm temple where the forest is winning. The tree roots have wrapped themselves around the stone temples and thrived in this environment. After a day of temple touring, I was certainly in need of refreshing food and drinks, and the gracious and generous locals helped me explore the rich culture and nightlife Siem Reap has to offer.
- Siem ReapMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersGreen Travelers+ 2Aug 25, 2012
I wouldn't visit this town if it is not for Angkor Wat and other temples. There is nothing much to see or to do in town (the night market is not as great as those in Thailand or Luang Prabang). There are however some great hotels and restaurants that you can explore while you are there.
- Siem ReapAug 13, 2012
Chilled out and laid back, Siem Reap has small town charm, but enough to keep you occupied for a least a week or more. Aside from the fact that you have the most amazing temples on earth here, the country side and the charm of the people are fantastic. Make the time and spend at least 3-5 days here, it is worth it.
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