Visit the incredible temples of Angkor Wat

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.

Siem Reap holidays - perfect for...

  • There is no doubt the major draw here are the incredible Temples of Angkor
  • The mysterious and relatively secluded Beng Mealea temple is well worth a visit and a photographer’s dream as the ruins have been reclaimed by nature
  • The city's excellent air links to Bangkok make it a popular and easy addition to many Thailand and Indochina itineraries
  • Discover the beautiful ruins of Ta Prohm which are entiwined by vines and have been swallowed up by the jungle
  • Siem Reap is emerging as a culinary hot spot in South East Asia with a wide range of good dining spots from hawker stalls to upscale venues

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