Siem reap offers a plethora of options for those visiting. During your time here, read on to find out the places you must make it a point to visit.
Angkor Wat is a location in a lot of peoples’ bucket lists, mainly because of the mesmerizing beauty this location holds. As the largest Buddhist temple in the world, it took a total of 30 years to build during the 12th century. Easy to get to from many a luxury hotel in Siem Reap, the likes of Anantara Angkor Resort, prepare to stroll through one of history’s lost civilizations.
The Old Market
The locals call this market “Psar Chaa”, and it was built way back in the 1920s. This is where residents of Siem Reap gather to purchase their grains, meat and other produce.
Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity
This is your chance to get up close and personal with animals native to Cambodia, whilst also contributing to a great cause. There are two tours during the day, one at 9 AM and another at 1 PM.