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[Online Tour Guide] Explore Angkor Wat Tour
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Kulen Waterfall Day Tour
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Kompong Phluk, Chong Kneas, and Flooded Forest Sunset Cruise Tour in Siem Reap by Tara Boats
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US$ 68.00

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Koh Ker and Beng Mealea Day Tour
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Khmer Ceramics Pottery Class
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US$ 25.00

Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour with Monk Blessing
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Half Day Oudong Tour with the Twist from Phnom Penh
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Angkor Temples Sunrise Tour
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Kulen Mountain National Park and Waterfall Park Day Tour
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Siem Reap Night Market Tour
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Experiences for everyone in Siem Reap

Temple Run
By foot or bike, at sunrise or sunset, you cannot miss seeing Cambodia's sacred sites
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On the Tuk Tuk Trail
Find yourself in awe of Siem Reap's natural landscapes and popular temples with these tours by Tuk Tuk – an authentic way to get to know the city
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Cambodian Culture
Experience authentic local living in village visits and other immersive activities!
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At Leisure
Sit back and enjoy the rest of your night with cultural shows, and a fantastic dining experience
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Spa Surrender
Feel your worries melt away as you relax and unwind with a variety of spas to choose from
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New Horizons
Follow your own itinerary as you discover the wonders of Siem Reap with these convenient vehicle rentals
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Cooking in Cambodia
Enjoy Cambodian cuisine of your own creation when you participate in fun cooking classes in the area
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Why people love Siem Reap

The driver will make a simple handwritten pick-up sign at the exit, because I take the domestic flight from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. In particular, this is very important, because the domestic and international are just beside, so as to prevent the driver from making a mistake. Went to the parking lot to take a car, but the driver was very enthusiastic and courteous and would help with luggage and take photos, and he could tip in time. The klook airport shuttle service is super recommended!
Take a good look! It's worth seeing 👍 KLook is simple and easy to use, convenient and fast. You don't need to print to the terminal gate and scan the QR code to comply with environmental protection principles. You can also consider using klook to book tickets next time. It is recommended
According to the evaluation, many people were picked up by tuktuk, but they accidentally saw an air-conditioned private car that day. They were very punctual and very polite. Thank you. The museum is very nice, but unfortunately the cultural relics in the museum cannot be photographed. I have already surfed the Internet and read books to do a lot of Angkor historical and cultural materials, and this is my itinerary on the last day of more than a week in Angkor Wat. Is it a general review? Because I already have background knowledge, buying a digital guide to visit the museum is like supplementing knowledge and reminiscing about the scenic spots from the previous few days. I think it is very good. Because someone suggested to come to the museum first and then to the attractions, I think it might not be that interesting... At the beginning, I saw a bunch of Buddha statues, listened to a bunch of past names, and there are very strange myths. I think it will only make people feel like visiting the museum. Confused... I really recommend that you have some background knowledge before you visit the museum. It will be more rewarding. Although the museum is not very big, there are a lot of cultural relics. I really have to listen to the electronic audio and watch the live video introduction. I think it takes at least 3-4 hours.
Since this trip is with my family, the main consideration is safety and convenience, and booking the shuttle service online in advance can avoid the trouble of finding a car at the airport. The driver arrived early in the morning, and we delivered it to the hotel very safely and quickly, and the price was reasonable, highly recommended!
The driver will make a simple handwritten pick-up sign at the exit, because I take the domestic flight from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. In particular, this is very important, because the domestic and international are just beside, so as to prevent the driver from making a mistake. Went to the parking lot to take a car, but the driver was very enthusiastic and courteous and would help with luggage and take photos, and he could tip in time. The klook airport shuttle service is super recommended!
Take a good look! It's worth seeing 👍 KLook is simple and easy to use, convenient and fast. You don't need to print to the terminal gate and scan the QR code to comply with environmental protection principles. You can also consider using klook to book tickets next time. It is recommended

Top sights in Siem Reap

With an extraordinary fusion of splendor and historical elegance, Siem Reap is undeniably one of the most sought-after destinations not only in Cambodia but across Asia. Whether you are looking for things to do in Siem Reap on a budget or you want to indulge yourself and experience its thriving contemporary culture, every corner of this lovely city can satisfy the heart of every traveler. Among all the Siem Reap tourist attractions you can visit, one thing you shouldn’t forget is the breathtaking collection of UNESCO World Heritage ancient ruins and temples!

Angkor Wat

One of the most iconic figures in Cambodia and the biggest religious monument in the world, the Angkor Wat is a Siem Reap must see! The “temple city” was built by King Suryavarman II of the Khmer Empire during the 12th century as a Hindu temple and palace devoted to Vishnu. Situated six kilometers north of Siem Reap, the grand architectural gems of bas-reliefs are filled with intricately-detailed carvings stretching around the walls that express the rich cultural heritage and ancient events of the lost civilization. Angkor Wat can be visited any time, but sunrise and sunset visits are the most popular period of the day as the beautiful silhouettes from the rising/setting sun highlight the grandeur of the temple complex.
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Bayon

Also known as the “face temple”, Bayon is the 12th-century monumental temple of Jayavarman VII located at the center of Angkor Thom. The Bayon temple is composed of three levels that depict its unique phases: the first and second levels contain square galleries and pavilions graced with an array of signature bas-reliefs describing the historical and legendary stories of the ancient city, while the third level contains a circular sanctuary surrounded by the iconic carvings of mystifying faces smiling down at you in every direction. Make sure to visit Bayon in the early morning or the late afternoon, when the complex is illuminated by the beautiful hues of the sunrise/sunset, perfect for taking photos!
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Ta Prohm Temple

Ta Prohm epitomizes the captivating blend of architecture and nature - formerly known as Rajavihara, this UNESCO World Heritage site was made at the peak of the Khmer Empire by King Jayavarman VII. Situated east of Angkor Thom, it was renowned as the “Tomb Raider temple” after its Hollywood appearance that charmed millions of travelers. The symbolic towers and ruins are enveloped by the intertwined trunks and massive root systems of the trees, giving off an ethereal feel of the jungle displayed in the movies. The famous bas-reliefs are also shrouded in moss and crawling foliages, creating an enchanting appeal! Ta Prohm’s beauty is best enjoyed early in the day since the jungle-like paths and narrow corridors can become too dark at night.
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Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom should be included in your bucket list of places to visit in Angkor Archaeological Park, regardless if it's for a short Siem Reap 3-day itinerary or a longer visit. As the name suggests, the “Great City” was the Khmer Empire’s longest-standing and last capital. Since this temple complex houses Bayon, Baphuon, the Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, the Terrace of Elephants, and other prominent temples, it’s best to visit the area early in the day to avoid the usual crowd of tourists.
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