Stay

[[Siem Reap]] There has been increasing number of guesthouses and hotels across the city catering for all pockets and tastes, from basic rooms with fans to opulent colonial suites with every luxury. No matter when you arrive, you will have no difficulty finding a room, although it's no surprise that the very cheapest room fill up quickly. When arriving in [[Siem Reap]] as many people check out early to catch onward transport. If you intent to stay for more than a couple of nights it's worth aski...
More

Orientation

General Information [[Siem Reap]] (ខេត្តសៀមរាប) is name of the city literally means “Siamese defeated” referring to the victory of the Khmer Empire over the army of the Thai kingdom in the 17th century. Siem Reap is one of Cambodia's most popular destination and become a first top for most tourist arriving Cambodia. It is located in the Northwest of the country bordering to the North with Oddor Meanchey, to the East with Preah Vihear and Kampong Thom, to the West with Banteay Meanchey and to th...
More

Siem Reap

Angkor Archaeological Park
-Overview [[Siem Reap]] is where you can visit the thousands ancient temples, notable one [[Angkor Wat]], A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Apart from its temples the natural beauty of Cambodia is also quite well known. [[Siem Reap]] is the capital of the [[Siem Reap]] Province of Cambodia. Siem Reap Travel Guide would recommend a few days stay here. This stay is important so you can get a feel of the place. Angkor Pass (Admission Pass) You must posses an admission pass (Angkor Pass) before...
More

How to Get There

Siem Reap can be reached by either domestic air from Phnom Penh and Bangkok and other flights from major cities in Southeast Asia. For visitors travel overland  travel from (Thailand, Vietnam, Laos) please check out the international border crossing information. Cambodian visas are available on arrival at both international airports and most international border checkpoints. The crossing at Aranyaprathet (Thailand) /Poipet (Cambodia) is most convenient to Siem Reap. The road from Phnom Penh to S...
More