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1. Angkor Archaeological Park

Angkor Archaeological Park
4.5 /5

6 km
from city center
1 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Angkor Archaeological Park is a historical site located close to Siem Reap in Cambodia. Located between Tonle Sap river and Kulen mountains, the park spreading over 400 sq km is home to the magnificent remains of the monuments of the Khmer Empire. The structures built between 9th to the 15th century also include ancient capital cities, one of them known to be the largest pre-industrial city in the world.

2. Kompong Khleang

Kompong Khleang

2 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia located near Siem Reap in Cambodia. Fed by Mekong river, it is the most productive ecosystem in the world forming a significant source of livelihood to this region. Kompong Khleang is one of the three floating villages located on Tonle Sap. Home to more than 20,000 people living in stilted houses, it is the most populous as well as the most advanced among all the settlements on Tonle Sap.

3. Angkor National Museum

Angkor National Museum
4.2 /5

2 km
from city center
3 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Angkor National Museum located in Siem Reap in Cambodia houses artefacts of the Khmer empire that ruled for more than seven centuries. Comprising of state-of-the-art multimedia technology, this Thai owned private gallery opened in 2007. Angkor National Museum spreads over 20,000 square meters and is home to more than 8000 relics including many statues of Buddha and Hindu Gods.

4. Cambodia Landmine Museum

Cambodia Landmine Museum
3.8 /5

22 km
from city center
4 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

The Cambodia Landmine Museum and Relief Facility is a museum located in Angkor National Park close to Banteay Srey Temple complex in Siem Reap, Cambodia. As a result of decades of wars, including the Khmer Rouge regime and genocide, American and Vietnamese occupations, there were millions of undetonated landmines spread across the country. Plenty of them are still active in all parts of the country, due to which hundreds of civilians are injured or killed every day.

5. Tonle Sap Lake

Tonle Sap Lake
3.8 /5

25 km
from city center
5 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

The Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia, located near Siem Reap in Cambodia. Located in the lower Mekong Basin, Tonle Sap is a part of Tonle Sap river formed from the Mekong river. It is known for its rich ecosystem and many floating villages. Stretching from Angkor Wat to Phnom Penh, this vast lake serves as a home to more than 1.2 million people along with being the source of food and livelihood.

6. Flight of the Gibbon Angkor

Flight of the Gibbon Angkor
3.7 /5

10 km
from city center
6 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Flee away from temple exhaustions by taking out some time for Zipline Canopy Tour inside the Angkor Archaeological Park.

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7. Phnom Kulen National Park

Phnom Kulen National Park
3.7 /5

45 km
from city center
7 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

If you've got an extra day in Siem Reap, spend it in the lap of nature for a quality time alone, or a memorable excursion with your loved ones on a holy mountain.

8. Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

8 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

In Northern Cambodia lies one of the largest monuments in the world. Angkor Wat is a treasured Buddhist temple and the allure of the Angkor Archaeological Park. Located 6 kilometres north of Siem Reap, Angkor Wat is considered as the gateway to the ruins of Angkor. This temple is a national icon and source of pride for Cambodia, and is also proudly displayed on the national flag.

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9. Bayon Temple

Bayon Temple

9 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Bayon is a famous temple in Siem Reap which vies with Angkor Wat another top tourists spot. It is located in the centre of the ancient capital city of Angkor Thom. Bayon temple is the only Buddhist shrine in the Angkor region which is otherwise dominated by Hindu temples. The central characteristic elements of Bayon temple are huge smiling faces made of large blocks of stone on 37 towers adorning all the four sides. Initially, there were 216 stone faces on 54 towers, out of which around 200 remain today. These rock faces are also nicknamed Mona Lisa of Asia, thanks to the charismatic smiles.

10. Banteay Srei

Banteay Srei

10 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

One of the most popular attractions in all of Cambodia, the 10th Century temple Banteay Srei is located in the province of Angkor in North West Cambodia. The temple is known as a precious gem among all the temples and is described as a jewel of Khmer architecture. It is also significant as it is a major temple not built by a ruling king. Banteay Srei was built with the purpose of sole dedication and honouring of the God Shiva of the Hindu religion. Compared to other Angkor temples in the area in terms of size, it is quite minimal. But the lack of size is compensated by the high level of detail in all of the carvings in the temple.

11. Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom

11 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Angkor Thom, located in Angkor archaeological park in Siem Reap in Cambodia, is an ancient walled city. It was the capital town of Khmer dynasty for over 400 years. King Jayavarman VII, the greatest Khmer emperor, constructed Angkor Thom after defeating the Cham rulers and coming to power. Angkor Thom was discovered along with the rest of the area in the 18th century, after being hidden from the world for many centuries.

12. Ta Prohm Temple

Ta Prohm Temple

12 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Ta Prohm is one of the prominent temples in Siem Reap in Cambodia. It is popularly known as the 'Tomb Raider Temple' because of its appearance in the Tomb Raider movie. Unlike other structures, Ta Prohm has been left in the same condition in which it was found. It is surrounded by thick jungle, making you feel as if you have come to a lost world. Massive roots of Banyan and Kapok trees, which are hundreds of years old, carpet the temple premises masking the Bas reliefs. Many shrubs, creepers and moss conceal most of the temple corridors making them impassable, which gives an ethereal look to the temple. It is one of the places in Siem Reap where nature conquered its place from humans in history.

13. Preah Khan Temple

Preah Khan Temple

13 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Preah Khan is one of the last remaining remote structures in Siem Reap in Cambodia. Khmer King Jayavarman VII built it, and he dedicated this structure to his father, Dharanindravarman. Located about 2km from the dynasty's capital Angkor Thom, this massive complex is spread over more than 55 hectares, serving as a monastery and a learning centre for Buddhist monks. The growth of dense forests around the complex combines with the rich ruins, making Preah Khan one of the most visited attractions in Angkor park.

14. Pre Rup

Pre Rup

14 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Pre Rup is one of the oldest structures, located south of East Baray in Siem Reap in Cambodia. King Rajendravarman II built this mountain temple in 961 AD. It was the capital and also a state temple during his reign. A temple dedicated to Hindu God Shiva, it is popular among tourists for the gorgeous sunset views.

15. Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary

Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary

15 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary is located at Prek Toal near Tonle Sap, the largest lake in South East Asia. Being the source of livelihood and food for more than 90% of Cambodia, this lake along with its fertile plain is home to hundreds of rare migratory birds.

16. Kompong Phluk

Kompong Phluk

16 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Kompong Phluk is one of the floating villages located on Tonle Sap, the largest lake in South East Asia. The village is home to thousands of locals who have been inhabiting the place on the banks of the lake known for its fertile ecosystem, living amidst nature. Located about 30 km from Siem Reap, visiting Kompong Phluk is one of the popular day trip options for the tourists visiting Cambodia to experience the unique life of locals.

17. Baphuon Temple

Baphuon Temple

17 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Baphuon Temple is an ancient mountain temple located in Angkor archaeological park in Siem Reap in Cambodia. This sandstone monument is known for the magnificent views of Angkor Thom witnessed from the top of its pyramid-shaped towers reached by steep wooden staircases. It is also well-known for the incomplete sculpture of the Reclining Buddha.

18. Kbal Spean

Kbal Spean

18 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Kbal Spean is an ancient Angkorian site of Cambodia, found in the Phnom Kulen National Park in Banteay Srei. Stretching for more than 150 meters, Kbal Spean runs under the Stung Kbal Spean river. Popularly known among the tourists as the River of Thousand Lingas, it is an intricately carved river bed consisting of more than 1000 Lingas, depictions of Hindu God Shiva along with sculptures of other Gods. It was built in the 11th century.

19. Kompong Phluk

Kompong Phluk

19 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Kompong Phluk is one of the floating villages located on Tonle Sap, the largest lake in Southeast Asia. Located about 30 km from Siem Reap, visiting Kompong Phluk is one of the popular day trip options for the tourists visiting Cambodia to experience the unique life of locals and and rural Cambodia.

20. Pub Street

Pub Street

20 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Masjid Jamek, also known as Sultan Abdul Samad Jamek Mosque, is the oldest place of Islamic Worship in Kuala Lumpur. Also known as Friday Mosque, it is a melange of Mughal, Islam and Moorish style of architecture with pristine surrounding.

Timings: 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

21. Siem Reap River

Siem Reap River

21 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

The KL Forest Eco Park, formerly known as the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, is the only tropical rainforest in Kuala Lumpur. The 9-hectare forest reserve is also one of the oldest forest reserves in Malaysia. The well-maintained walking trails, diverse trees, and a kid's playground are the main attractions.

Timings: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM every day

22. Angkor Night Market

Angkor Night Market

22 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Angkor Night Market is located in the heritage town of Siem Reap in Cambodia. It is the first night market in the country. Tourists visiting Siem Reap explore this very lively market for its many streets consisting of traditional huts selling things, which is a unique way to have shopping experience in Cambodia. This is also a great place for travelers to buy local souvenirs and other Khmer products.

23. Bantea Samre

Bantea Samre

23 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Banteay Samre is an Angkorian temple located close to the East Baray off the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. This Hindu temple is known for its elegantly carved temple towers, bas-reliefs, the interior moat comprising of beautiful statues and the views of the structure in the sunset. It is definitely worth visiting Banteay Samre if you have time for its magnificent location amidst green rice and paddy fields within the local village while traveling in Siem Reap.

24. Psar Chas - Old Market

Psar Chas - Old Market

24 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Psar Chas or Psar Chaa is a local market located in the city of Siem Reap in northern Cambodia. It is the most popular market in the town among the locals as well as the tourists. This ancient market attracts travellers for shopping for plenty of cheap souvenirs, clothes, delicious street food and the vibrant market scene in the evening. It is one of the top attractions worth checking out in Siem Reap.

25. Bakong Temple

Bakong Temple

25 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Bakong is a popular Angkorian temple-mountain located in the Rolous area close to Siem Reap city in Cambodia. It is the first temple mountain or step pyramid structure of the Khmer period, dedicated to Hindu God Shiva. The largest of all the temples in Rolous, this ancient monument is famous for its unique five-tier central pyramids, eight intricately carved temple towers and bas-reliefs depicting the architectural brilliance of the Khmer period. It is one of the top Angkorian ruins visited by travelers exploring Siem Reap.

26. Banteay Srei Butterfly Centre

Banteay Srei Butterfly Centre

26 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Banteay Srey Butterfly Centre (BBC) is an interactive butterfly zoo located near Siem Reap in Cambodia. It is the largest butterfly enclosure centre in SE Asia and is one of the top attractions for visitors in Siem Reap. Tourists can get to see thousands of species of colourful butterflies belonging to Cambodia and other nearby regions on a short trip to this farm, which is worth exploring, especially enjoyable if you are traveling with kids.

27. War Museum

War Museum

27 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

War Museum is located outside the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. It is the largest Museum dedicated to war exhibits in the country. There are exhibits displaying the collections from the last three decades during which the country faced multiple wars. Tourists will get an insight into how these wars were fought and the impact they had on the local lives of the people. It is well worth a short visit while exploring places in Siem Reap.

28. Angkor Silk Farm

Angkor Silk Farm

28 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

29. Phare, the Cambodian Circus

Phare, the Cambodian Circus

29 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Phare, the Cambodian Circus is located outside the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. It is a unique circus company which gives performances combining modern arts, theatre, music and dance to tell tales from the various parts of the country. It's more than just a circus performance and is one of the activities worth trying for the tourists exploring Siem Reap to experience and appreciate local folklore and circus arts.

30. The Nature Discovery Center of Cambodia

The Nature Discovery Center of Cambodia

3 km
from city center
30 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Located in Siem Reap, the Nature Discovery Centre is a fun learning establishment that aims to educate its visitors about environmental changes. The centre has its own butterfly and orchids garden, a cinematic experience on wildlife conservation, a little organic farm and plenty of do-it-yourself activities that help understand and preserve the Cambodian flora and fauna. The place aspires to passionately enlighten minds about the environmental damage that leads to concerning issues of global warming, endangerment of species and climate change.

31. Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum

Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum

4 km
from city center
31 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

The two-storeyed museum is a well-maintained joint effort with the Japanese government to retain and restore the rich cultural heritage of the Angkor period. The Hindu and Buddha treasures found during archaeological excavations are well-preserved and kept on an elaborate display at this divine museum. Indulge yourself in the rich ancient Buddha statues and scriptures, Naga deity sculptures and several carvings to learn more about the magnificent Cambodian history.

32. Theam’s Gallery

Theam’s Gallery

2 km
from city center
32 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Theam's gallery is a museum which is also the home of highly appreciated Cambodian designer Lim Muy Theam, the alluring Theam's gallery showcases authentic fine art pieces and designs from medieval Khmer times. Curated by Mr Theam himself, the gallery possesses a magnificent exhibition area with an impressive, vibrant collection of art, sculptures and pieces inspired by the rich Cambodian cultural heritage. Appealing artwork from local artists and apprentices is often displayed on site with a lot of them for sale.

33. Angkor Artwork E&T Stocker Museum

Angkor Artwork E&T Stocker Museum

4 km
from city center
33 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

A fine art museum showcasing high quality work, this art gallery houses a variety of artwork and handicraft from several artists. The museum uses a montage of eggshells, gold leaves and lacquer along with classic Cambodian artistry to produce some fine masterpieces for the museum. The art studio allows its visitors to watch and observe the skilled craftsmen beautifully design and embellish their canvas artwork, wooden pieces, lacquer paintings, etc., and then put it on sale.

34. Jayav Art

Jayav Art

3 km
from city center
34 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Curated by a well-known French creator Philippe Brousseau, Jayav Art is a modern art gallery and shop exclusively popular for working with papier mâché sculptures and items. The pieces are all handmade with skilled artistry and craftsmanship while the process is thoroughly explained at the workshop where visitors are permitted to watch the artisans work. They display several other artworks of lacquered wood, terra cotta, stone, etc. for sale with elusive masterpieces that are reasonably priced.

35. McDermott Gallery

McDermott Gallery

2 km
from city center
35 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Established by the well-known fine art photographer John McDermott, this photography gallery primarily displays the exclusive work of John McDermott in capturing the beauty of Angkor. Although filled with subtle colours, the gallery follows an elegant black and white theme to feature all the photography graciously. The magnificent temples and heritage sites of Angkor, mainly Angkor Wat, are shot marvellously without any public disturbances to depict the classical traditions of the Cambodian civilization.

36. War Museum Cambodia

War Museum Cambodia

3 km
from city center
36 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Housing a number of equipment, possessions, memorabilia, arms and weapons, this well-maintained military museum is the only War Museum in Cambodia. The artifacts belong to the era of Khmer rule and conflicting times in Kampuchea along with an extensive evidence collection of bombs, landmines, tanks, guns and bullets from the cold war era. The museum is vast with details from the Cambodian Civil War and other relative information to help visitors understand Cambodian history and the struggles of people.

37. ArtBox Trick Art Museum

ArtBox Trick Art Museum

2 km
from city center
37 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

The ArtBox Trick Art Museum is a fun interactive art museum with beautiful art murals and live artwork. The museum has become a significant photo shoot hot spot for visitors because of its embellishing art decor. It houses a massive collection of photographs, entertaining 3D art and huge landmark paintings to admire. An impressive hologram show hosted by them is a must-watch and the small cafe at the end of your tour is an ideal way to finish.

38. Cambodia War Remnant Museum

Cambodia War Remnant Museum

3 km
from city center
38 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

The Cambodia War Remnant Museum is a resourceful establishment preparing and educating children, war survivors and people exposed to danger. The centre aims to help and educate visitors about the war struggles of Cambodians in a very respectful manner. The place was initially built to aid war veterans, survivors and victims. The museum is an information centre conveying an unforgettable experience of landmine survivors with the help of special exhibits of the mine structures, tanks, guns and rifles.

39. Angkor Panorama Museum

Angkor Panorama Museum

4 km
from city center
39 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Located beside the Angkor Wat ticket office, the Angkor Panorama Museum is an excellent art museum dedicated to displaying local and global art. The museum showcases some really inspiring artwork, short audiovisual films, photographs and memorabilia describing in detail the history of Angkor Wat. A magnificent 3 Dimensional painting viewed from the top blends majestically with the surrounding providing a live painting scenario. The museum tries to convey the Cambodian stories of when Angkor Wat was built.

40. Neak Pean

Neak Pean

12 km
from city center
40 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Neak Pean was built in the late 12th century by King Jayavarman VII. It is a small Buddhist temple on a circular island on the banks of the Jayatataka lake, originally built as a reservoir. The location is believed to represent Anavapata, a mythical lake in the Himalayas whose waters are assumed to cure all illness. The temple itself rests in the center of the lake and is reached via a footbridge.

41. MGC Asian Traditional Textiles Museum

MGC Asian Traditional Textiles Museum

41 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

This wonderful textile museum is located close to the ticketing centre of Angkor Wat. It is home to a variety of traditional and modern fabric artwork, costumes from the earlier decades, textiles and cloth masterpieces. The museum displays fashion from over 6 Asian countries depicting a cultural fusion between the two beautiful rivers, Ganga and Mekong. The DIY corner allows visitors to observe and feel the cloth-making process. Choose to explore the museum by yourself or take a free guided tour.

42. Terrace of the Leper King

Terrace of the Leper King

9 km
from city center
42 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

The Terrace of the Leper King is situated in Siem Reap, on the northwest corner of Angkor Thom. The terrace is home to a 360 m long sandstone wall that beholds intricate historic carvings of demons and dragons. The terrace is named after a statue of the ‘Leper King’ that was originally found in the middle of the terrace during excavation, and currently stands in the National Museum. A replica of the same is perched on the terrace.

43. Ta Som

Ta Som

13 km
from city center
43 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

The temple of Ta Som is a small structure located in Angkor Thom, Siem Reap. It was built at the end of the 12th century for King Jayavarman VII. It has undergone minimum restoration and beholds a single shrine which is believed to be in the honor of Jayavarman’s father. The highlight of this location is the gigantic strangler fig tree, taking over the east gate.

44. Ta Nei Temple

Ta Nei Temple

10 km
from city center
44 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Ta Nei Temple is off the beaten track. It was built in the late 12th century by King Jayavarman, dedicated to Buddha. It is a serene location near the northwest corner of the East Baray. It is believed by archaeologists that the area was once densely populated under the Khmer empire. Currently, the temple is in a deep undisturbed forest, accessible by a car or tuk-tuk. It gives a rare chance to explore temple ruins undisturbed since it is rarely visited by tourists.

45. Phnom Bok Temple

Phnom Bok Temple

19 km
from city center
45 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Phnom Bok Temple is located about 30 kilometers from Siem Reap. The temple is on the top of the Bok mountain and gives a chance to behold the panoramic view of lakes, cities, and fields beneath you. It’s a trekking spot in the city and is rarely trodden by tourists. Carry plenty of water and wear light clothes to walk up the stairs. You can also grab a picnic and spend an evening here.

46. Kbal Spean Waterfall

Kbal Spean Waterfall

40 km
from city center
46 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Kbal Spean is a small waterfall with various streams flowing over the steps and levels of the site. The differentiating factor about this site is the 11th-century carvings on its bedrock. There are over 1000 phallic religious symbols along with Buddhist imagery. It is also a good spot for a picnic, although the streams are usually during the wet season only. It’s located on the southwest slopes of Kulen Hill.

47. Phnom Kulen Waterfall

Phnom Kulen Waterfall

45 km
from city center
47 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Phnom Kulen is located in the Phnom Kulen National Park. It has two levels that submerge into a pool, where you can actually swim. It is one of the largest waterfalls in Cambodia and is surrounded by greenery and temples. The grounds of this national park are known to hold ancient history, along with a reclining Buddha statue. The waterfall is delineated by large trees and rocks, and thus promotes a feeling of a secluded cove.

48. Noon Night Market

Noon Night Market

2 km
from city center
48 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Located close to the happening Angkor Night Market at the Night Market Street, Noon Night Market houses a collection of handicraft items, souvenirs, paintings, etc. As you enter, the market pathway is embellished with lights and fans to help beat the heat and the restaurants serve authentic Khmer food and local delicacies for visitors to relish. There is an ATM accessible inside the market while shopping. 10% of the profits from the items sold goes to a charity ‘Happy Family Orphanage’.

49. Made in Cambodia Market

Made in Cambodia Market

2 km
from city center
49 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Situated across Shinta Mani Resort in Siem Reap, Made in Cambodia Market is a lively place selling a vast variety of goods, household items, kitchen tools, clothes, toys, accessories, handicrafts, make-up and cosmetics. Amidst the local hustle and bustle, the marketplace hosts regular live performances for visitors to enjoy and serves plenty of delicious traditional delicacies to savour at their food stalls and restaurants.

50. Siem Reap Art Center Market

Siem Reap Art Center Market

2 km
from city center
50 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

Situated on the banks of the river and close to all popular hotels, Siem Reap Art Centre Market has sellers offering a variety of handicraft items, clothing, shoes, bags, accessories, jewellery, paintings and artwork. The massage parlours offer traditional inexpensive massages while the restaurants serve tasty local delicacies. The traditional dance show, Apsara, is hosted every day at 8 pm for visitors to enjoy their time here

51. BB Angkor Market

BB Angkor Market

2 km
from city center
51 out of 51
places to visit in Siem Reap

A vibrant marketplace often visited by tourists, BB Angkor Market is a common market selling accessories, clothing, bags, silverware, carvings and mainly souvenirs. The market has some restaurants and bars that start after 8 pm serving a nice collection of beer, wine and drinks, BBQ places with delicious food and live karaoke places that make the area so attractive and lively.

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How can I commute within Siem reap?

Hire a bicycle, E-bike or a motor bike for cheap transporting options ranging from USD 1 - 10 per day. Riding a tuk-tuk can be another option to get in and around the city; just make sure you and the driver both are clear about the destination and the total cost to avoid being fooled (in a rare case). You can also hire a car with driver, but that would end up being a relatively costly affair (USD 25 - 30).
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How much does a package cost for Siem reap?

The packages for Siem reap start at INR 45493 which can be further customized based on number of people, days, hotel category, vehicle type and customizations. You can have a look at all packages here

What are the top sightseeing places in Siem reap?

The top sightseeing places in Siem reap are Angkor Archaeological Park, Kompong Khleang, Angkor National Museum, Cambodia Landmine Museum, Tonle Sap Lake, Flight of the Gibbon Angkor.

What are the top activities in Siem reap?

The top activities in Siem reap are Angkor Temples Tour, Angkor Temples Sunrise Tour, Shared Bus Transfer between Siem Reap and Bangkok by Giant Ibis, Banteay Srei Backcountry Tour, Sunrise Angkor Temples Small Circuit Private Tour by Tuk-Tuk, Koulen Restaurant Apsara Cultural Show and Dinner.

What are the top hotels in Siem reap?

There are 751 Hotels in Siem reap which can be booked through Holidify. The most popular hotels in Siem reap are Steung Siemreap Residences & Apartment, Bosba Villa - Vacation Rental, City Angkor Hotel, Villa Agati, Reasey Boutique Villa, De Sarann Villa. You can see all the hotels in Siem reap here
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