Its nice to know that if "Temple Fatigue" sets in, there are lots of things to do here and Siem Reap has many special events throughout the year.

  • Enjoy the old French Colonial atmosphere in and around the restaurants and bars and the Psar Chas Market.
  • Wander along the riverfront and absorb the semi-rural atmosphere to the east of the river.
  • Visit the Silk farm and enjoy the unspoiled countryside on the way.
  • See Angkor from the Air from the Angkor Balloon
  • Cruise on the Tonle Sap and see the fascinating life on the lake.
  • Relax on the small beach on the eastern Baray.
  • Take in an Apsara Dance Show.
  • Visit the Land Mine Museum
  • Take a short stroll to see Angkor In Miniature
  • Plan your trip to take in one of the many festivals in Siem Reap

The Countryside

The area that surrounds Siem Reap has many attractive villages and farms. You do not have to too far to see rural life here. We show you a few pictures around the Siem Reap area.

Tonle Sap Lake

Cruise on the great lake to see the floating villages and fisheries.

This fascinating ecosystem fills with the water from the Mekong each year bringing vast numbers of fish and irrigation during the dry season. Without it the building of the Angkor temples could not have been sustained.

Apsara Dancing

No visit to to Cambodia would be complete without seeing one of the many Traditional Dance shows around Siem Reap (or Phnom Penh).

The floating dance style, music and themes were influenced by the music and dance of South India. The Thai's also adopted this dancing style, though its roots are firmly Khmer.

If you are lucky You may find concerts going on at Angkor Wat or the Bayon.


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 Siem Reap (Home of Angkor Wat), Cambodia

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