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Exploring Siem Reap

Once a small village in the middle of Cambodian nowhere, Siem Reap is now one of the fastest-growing cities in Southeast Asia. Its proximity to the magnificent, ancient Angkor Archaeological Park with its temples and palaces has resulted in a plethora of hotels and tourism conveniences, but its ambience is still laid-back, welcoming, and typically Cambodian. A plethora of accommodation, from budget to four-star, awaits the traveller, with the most modern and sophisticated hotels set along the main highway leading to Siem Reap International Airport, and the quirkiest and lowest priced options set around the city’s entertainment and market hub in the suitably-named Pub Street.

The highlight, of course, is the Angkor Archaeological Park itself, located six kilometres from the centre in a vast, 400-square kilometre park. Built between the 9th and 15th centuries, the several capital cities of the powerful Khmer Empire contained Angkor Wat itself and Angkor Thom’s spectacular Bayun Temple with its stunning sculptures and many palaces and ceremonial buildings. The early temples were dedicated to the Hindu pantheon of gods, with the Buddhist architecture dating from 1200 AD when the ruler Jayavarman VII converted to the Buddhist faith. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, the site presents craftsmanship that is unrivalled in the entire region.


Accommodation in Siem Reap

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular accommodation in Siem Reap is the Shintana Saya Residence, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Phum Baitang in Siem Reap as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Siem Reap

- Angkor National Museum

The recently-opened Angkor National Museum on the road to Angkor Wat is divided into eight galleries, with Angkorean history and culture represented chronologically both by the artifacts displayed and by multi-media presentations. Many of the exhibits have been borrowed from the National Museum in Phnom Penh.


- Lucky Mall Supermarket

Located in the center of town on Sivatha Road is this newly opened Western-style mall comprising a department store, a supermarket, a pharmacy, various other small stores and a burger bar. Lucky Mall has a Lucky Burgers outlet on the second floor.


Transportation in Siem Reap

Siem Reap International Airport hosts flights from most Asian air hubs, including Bangkok, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, and Beijing, as well as from Frankfurt. Set on the outskirts of the city, the airport is due to be replaced in the future by a brand new facility some 60kms away. Transportation from the airport is by inexpensive taxis, bookable on arrival, or by even cheaper motorised rickshaws, and most hotels offer shuttle buses for those who book in advance. Getting around Siem Reap is by rickshaw, taxi, or hired car with a driver, a good option if you are planning to explore the area as well as visit Angkor.


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