Siem Reap presents you the world like you've never seen it before. Be ready to be embraced by people with a warm culture and unique traditions that date back from the Angkorian Empire.
At night this small town lightens up as people relax after a long day visiting the temples. Be inspired by Apsara dancing, Khmer traditional art and ancient temples surrounded by ancient trees in an eloquent collaboration between art and nature.
Siem Reap town is small, quaint and centred around the small river running through it. Right next to the river is the Old Town, known as the French quarter, which is nestled around the Old Market.
Though the country went through its own self-destructive turmoil under the rule of the Khmer Rouge (1975-1979), today the country is developing: roads are being built, electricity runs continuously and streets are not flooded any longer. Yet, this new modernization has not spoilt the natural beauty of the Cambodian scenery, as farmers work in the rice fields, children skip to school and palm trees dot the landscape.
In the city center you may lose yourself in the small side streets and browse through many small boutiques. At night the area comes alive and the main street is full of people. Have a cold beer, enjoy a foot massage or wander through the gift shops.Read More