Siem Reap is known as the ‘life support system’ for the temples of Angkor. While the majority of the visitors come here to see the temples, there’s plenty more to do.
Angkor National Museum
After a lovely meal at Chi Restaurant & Bar or any of the other restaurants in Siem Reap, drop by at the Angkor National Museum. This museum is where you need to go to gain insight into the Khmer civilization and the majesty of Angkor. The displays inside of the museum are themed by era, religion, and royalty, making your visit one that is easy and in a proper flow.
Cambodian Cultural Village
Representing all of Cambodia on a tour with recreated houses and villages, the Cambodian Cultural Village is ideal for those with kids. The visit includes a wax museum, miniature replicas of landmark buildings, dance shows and performances.
Angkor Silk Farm
Angkor Silk Farm produces some of the best work in the country such as clothing, interior-design products, and accessories. You get free tours that are available daily if you want to learn more about the silk industry.