Lying in the northwest of Cambodia, close to the Tonle Sap Lake, Siem Reap is predominantly known as the gateway to the Temples of Angkor. Once a collection of villages built around pagodas and surrounded by rice paddies, the city has benefited from its proximity to the ancient sites. Modern Siem Reap has a delightful mixture of colonial and Cambodian styles plus a fantastic dining and arts scene as well as vibrant nightlife similar to a Thai beach resort. The city’s compelling Angkor National Museum highlights the fascinating history of the nearby Temples of Angkor.
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