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Sitio histórico
“Siem Reap, Cambodia have a lot of beautiful temples, among of those temple the Angkor Wat is best one that travelers should never missed.”
  • Recomendado por 91 personas locales
“Siem Reap's nightlife scene comprises lively bars, cocktail lounges, international restaurants and vibrant nightclubs that stay open (and busy) until 04:00 every day. For backpackers, Pub Street in downtown Siem Reap is ideal for a night out of bar-hopping with like-minded travellers as its numerous bars are easily accessible on foot while unique cocktails and beers”
  • Recomendado por 59 personas locales
History Museum
“The Angkor National Museum in Siem Reap is perfect for learning more about the glorious Khmer Empire before visiting the stunning temples at the Angkor Archaeological Park. Most of the artefacts on display in the museum were recovered in and around the Angkor Archaeological Sites. From an assortment of Hindu gods, Buddhist Bodhisattvas to sandstone reliefs and beautiful costumes, the collection of relics from the ancient Angkor Empire is impressive. Together these artefacts tell the stories of the rise and fall of the Khmer empire. Some pieces to highlight are a late 12th-/early 13th-century seated Buddha protected by a naga and a standing Vishnu from the 7th-century. After a short presentation, visitors enter the Gallery of a Thousand Buddhas, which has a fine collection of images. Other exhibits include artefacts and information about the pre-Angkorian periods of Funan and Chenla; Angkor Wat; Angkor Thom and the Khmer kings. While the collection is not as extensive as the collection on display in the National Museum in Phnom Penh, the artefacts, information panels and touch-screen videos put the story of Angkor and the Khmer empire in context very well.”
  • Recomendado por 23 personas locales
“Phare, The Cambodian Circus is not a normal circus. Talented young acrobats and actors invite to an evening full of entertainment and excitement. Their show is a unique mix of theatre, music, dance and modern circus art. All shows evolve around Cambodian legends and myths. No animals take part in the show which is performed in Khmer language. To make it easy for international travellers to understand there are screens with subtitles. Visitors to the show, however, will barely need to refer to the screens, as the performers convey the message through their actions, emotions and their abundance of energy, enthusiasm and talent very well. ”
  • Recomendado por 32 personas locales
“This school teaches traditional Khmer crafts of stone-carving, wood lacquer-work, and silk painting to disadvantaged local youths. It is part of a movement to help revive the many traditional crafts that were lost due to the years the country spent under Khmer Rouge rule. As well as being home to a beautiful shop (Artisans d'Angkor) where you can pick up stunning souvenirs of statues and lovely local silks for all your friends and family back home, you can also take a tour of the workshops and learn about the revival of Cambodia's crafts. There are also free tours available of their silk farm, 16 kilometers out of Siem Reap town, where you can learn about the process of making silks.”
  • Recomendado por 15 personas locales
“Plenty of food to choose from in the Night Market and surrounding streets. Also many street vendors selling juices,palm cakes, Khmer snacks etc.”
  • Recomendado por 13 personas locales
Centro comercial
“It's more of a Duty Free shopping mall, my sisters and brother love to shop here, and also my wife - its' authentic products and definitely better than eBay or Amazon for us. Yes you should check it out if you planning to shop for clothes or fragrances or bags.”
  • Recomendado por 5 personas locales
“Enjoy good food and a lively atmosphere at Hard Rock Cafe Angkor. Situated in an old colonial-style building in the historic city center, our two-story restaurant features 160 seats indoors and a large, 80-seat terrace overlooking the Siem Reap River. We are located in Siem Village, just a short walk from popular destinations such as the Siem Reap Night Market, world-famous Angkor temples, and the Siem Reap Art Center. The history on our walls matches perfectly with our iconic location. World-Renowned Flavor with Cambodian Flare Our diverse menu features popular American dishes as well as signature dishes inspired by our location in the historic heart of Angkor. Keep it light with crispy sal”
  • Recomendado por 8 personas locales
Centro de artes escénicas
“Cambodian Cultural Village is a unique attraction in Siem Reap where you can learn about the nation’s traditional lifestyle, beliefs, and customs, as well as practices of various ethnic groups. One of the standout attractions of the cultural village is its historical museum, home to a total of 30 life-sized wax statues of prominent kings, queens, ambassadors, monks, ethnic minorities, movie stars, and Apsara dancers in traditional costumes. Numerous miniature models of Cambodia’s iconic structures are also displayed at the museum, including the former capital Ou Dong, National Museum, Royal Palace, Wat Phnom, and Siem Reap’s reclining Buddha. Cambodia Cultural Village is on National Road, only a 5-minute taxi ride from downtown Siem Reap.”
  • Recomendado por 19 personas locales
Place to shop
“Souvenir Shop around with many of thing you prefer to buy for souvenir of your friend and family , ”
  • Recomendado por 14 personas locales
“Go to the Royal Park on a regular afternoon and be amazed by the enormous amount of bats living in the trees!”
  • Recomendado por 4 personas locales
“ Nice place with good food. Rockers from the Philippines perfectly perform musical compositions, several groups perform in turn. The cafe has a lot of tourists from Australia and the USA. The food is excellent, the portions are large.”
  • Recomendado por 10 personas locales
“When you dine at Malis Restaurant, not only do you get to savor delicious Cambodian cuisine, you also consume an important story. During the 1970’s under the Khmer Rouge, many of Cambodia’s traditional recipes that had been passed on for centuries were forgotten and vanished from the kitchen. Malis was born in 2004 out of the desire and passion to restore Cambodian cuisine to its former glory and put Cambodia back on the map as a culinary destination. Renowned for its fresh seasonal produce, delicate flavours and generous hospitality Master Chef Luu Meng and his team, decided to revive Cambodian cuisine from the past, adapt it to the present and preserve it for the future.”
  • Recomendado por 11 personas locales
Grocery or Supermarket
“Where you can find your grocery like butter, milk, cheeses... Things that you cannot find in local markets. ”
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“If live music isn’t your thing and you want a more upscale place head to Miss Wong’s located down a small lane. A taste of China in the past, this place attracts wonderful people and offers great cocktails – A quiet and refined place to drink.”
  • Recomendado por 11 personas locales
“The Royal Residence is located on the other side of Road 6. It isn’t open to the public, but you can see the front of the building and it can be a nice place to take some photos. It’s the king’s official residence when he is in town. You might hear some people refer to it as the Royal Palace, but it is a residence and not a palace. The Gardens In the center of the park, you’ll find some grassed areas with gravel paths to walk around. There is a pond with a fountain in the middle of this area. On the west side of the park, in front of the Victoria Angkor Hotel, there are more grassed areas. You will also find two ponds here, but they are empty and haven’t had water in them for years. The path around the ponds is mostly good but has potholes in areas. There are two roads which divide the two paths. The line of trees here is home to hundreds of bats. These bats will start to wake up around dusk and will leave the park to go and find food for the evening.”
  • Recomendado por 3 personas locales