"The northwest city of Siem Reap proudly possesses some of the most stunning ruins and temple complexes in the entire world."
Now firmly on the map due to homing the incredible Angkor ruins, Siem Reap is one of the most visited destinations on the globe. The region itself also has much to offer: verdant rice fields, flooded mangrove forest and the massive freshwater lake Tonle Sap. A hired bicycle provides the perfect mode of transportation for the spectacular Siem Reap.
The only problem is knowing where to begin. Our crafted excursions offer you a way to explore the famous landmarks: the iconic Angkor Wat, best visited in the morning before the crowds pour in; the epic city of Angkor Thom and the many faces of its centre piece, the Bayon temple; the vine-sheathed Ta Prohm, as seen in the Lara Croft movie Tomb Raider. Each of Siem Reap's wonders are vast, mysterious and awe-inspiring - you really could spend weeks exploring. If you can tear yourself away from the ruins then the Tonle Sap boat trip is recommended for an insight into the fascinating communities who live and work on the lake.
Start the day with a transfer to Angkor Wat, one of the modern wonders of the world. Be amazed by
Head to the ancient Royal city of Angkor Thom with its centre piece, the Bayon temple. At first glance, it
Depart this morning on a pleasant drive of about 1.5 hours through the Cambodian countryside to Beng Mealea, a sprawling
The day is started with a visit to the picturesque Ta Prohm. This temple is considered to be Angkor’s most
The ruins of Roulous are among the oldest Khmer monuments in the area, dating back to the 9th century reign
Drive about 45-minutes to the countryside, stopping en route to visit a local village. Arrive at the quay and board
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