Things to see in Siem Reap

Tips from real travelers about attractions and what to see in Siem Reap.
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  • The ruins of Angkor Wat create a mixture of culture and nature that has rarely been achieved. The temples and ruins lie scattered amidst a huge area of dense, mysterious jungle that's always hot and humid. This surrounding makes fo...
  • I have visited few places in the world so magical and disturbing as Ta Prohm. As you approach a different atmosphere, you will enter into what looks like an unexplored and hidden kingdom. For a few minutes it seems you can recover t...
  • The Bayon is the most important building of Angkor Thom. The 4 gateways to the same end up in the Bayon. There is a crowd of figures representing Khmer origin, more than 200 cluster around its centric tower. The walls are decorated ...
  • Preah Khan is a Buddhist temple that was built by King Jayavarman VII in the twelfth century. It's north of the royal city of Angkor Thom, in the ruins of Angkor. To get from Siem Reap, you have to walk a lot, so it's better find ot...
  • In the Old Market area of Siem Reap you can find almost anything. One of the things that stands out are its craft stalls and souvenir stalls that compete with faux shirts and other garments. For those who are discovering Southeast A...
  • Angkor Thom was the royal city built by the Khmer Buddhist King Jayavarman VII, in the 12th century. Its name means "the big city." It has a square shape, 9 square kilometers, that you can explore on foot, but with the heat and the ...
  • It is precisely that, a 300 meter terrace extending from the Baphuon Temple to the Terrace of the Leper King. The main person who used this terrace was the king, because of the scenery, he could follow the military marches of his ge...
  • The Bayon temple is in the center of Angkor Thom. The King Jayavarman VII had it built during the XII and XIII centuries. More than 200 faces are carved in 54 towers. The large number 54 represents the 54 provinces of Cambodia tha...
  • This was situated opposite the temple of Banteay Kdey. There lies a wonderful lake of 700 by 300 meters wide. Several terraces around invite you to sit and enjoy the surroundings. It is curious that the lake has never been dry, so i...
  • We went to see the temple, with the peculiarity that the rains had just finished and we almost could not even pass by because the street was submerged in the water, which forced us to see the area from a different perspective from t...
  • This Khmer temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is more than 100 square meters with a Buddhist fifteenth century style. It is well maintained but it has a complicated structure, built in sandy soil meaning that it is not very solid...
  • The city is huge and one never ceases to imagine what it was like when it stood at its peak, proud and dominating the forest roads. Gigantic doors lead us to the next wonderful place. This time the surprise was Ta Keo. According to ...
  • The Tonle Sap is one of the freshwater lakes of Southeast Asia. It is the largest wet land more in the entire world. The lake has many types of fish and a single BIODIVERSITY. The lake dates from 5100-5600 years ago. In the Cambodi...
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