Angkor Temple Complex
Angkor Wat temple complex has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of New Seven Wonder of the World. It contains the magnificent remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire, from the 9th to the 15th century. They include the famous Temple of Angkor Wat and, at Angkor Thom, the Bayon Temple…. with its countless sculptural decorations.
With its charm beauty, Angkor Temple Complex definitely is in your destination-list, when you visit Siem Reap. This largest religious monument will offer you’re the most stunning sights during the sunrise and sunset.
Hot Air Balloon Ride
It would be the most memorial experiences when you travel to Siem Reap. Taking flight over the Angkor complex at sunrise or sunset is magnificent. As compared to the helicopter, the hot air balloon is slower, more peaceful and quieter. Observing temples of under Angkor Archaeological Park and taking stunning photos of Angkor’s temples. So don’t forget to take your camera!
Les Artisans d’ Angkor
Les Artisans d’ Angkor is a Cambodian social business – founded in 1992, creating job opportunities for young people in rural areas, keeping ancient Khmer arts alive and promote fair development of Khmer arts and crafts. They have a showroom in the city and an interesting silk museum open to visitors. You could find beautiful Khmer crafts, silk in here
Tonle Sap Lake
Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, it is one of the world’s most varied and productive ecosystems the region. This Tonle Sap Tour is a truly unique photographic experience with a blend of nature, countryside, and local Cambodian lifestyle.
You could visit Kampong Phluk – the floating village with its stilt houses and see how the local people are leaving there and explore their daily life.
As an option you can visit Prek Toal – UNESCO-protected area of Tonle Sap which safeguards a wealth of birdlife.
Another Tonle Sap highlight is the flooded mangrove forest where you could discover the ecosystems of lake.
Landmine Museum – Siem Reap
The Cambodian Landmine Museum was established in 1997 by ex-child soldier Aki Ra – an extraordinary Cambodian. After years of fighting he returned to the villages in which there is thousands of mines. He began removing them, by hand, and defusing them with homemade tools. The museum opened classes to educate the public on the dangers of landmines, help those affected by landmines.
Senteurs d’Angkor Workshop
You would find out the handmade, natural, organic items which are made from recycled materials. Buying the products on sale include body scrubs, creams, lotions, soaps, and freshly made mixed spices for your friends and family.
Join a cooking class
Find out the traditional ingredients which are used in Cambodia. Cook some traditional dishes by yourself. Taste typical Cambodian dishes.
Visit Siem Reap night market
Take a stroll through Siem Reap night market. Catch a drink on Pub street, try Cambodia’s street food which are sold in the market and buy some souvenirs. They will give you a glimpse of the real Cambodia.