Phnom Kulen National Park is a tourist attraction home to Cambodia’s most sacred mountain. The mountain is also ideal for hiking as it is home to a rich variety of wildlife. Expect to see such animals as elephants, monkey, tigers and deer when you come to Phnom Kulen National Park. Visitors will also encounter two stunning waterfalls. Located about 45 kilometres outside of the city, on the top of the hill are some sacred carvings and statues as well as the remains of several Angkorian temples made of volcanic stones and bricks.
There are also various other tourist attractions in Siem Reap that one should consider seeing. A must-do is a tour of the Angkor Wat, it would be best to set aside a whole day for this tour. Take a horse or pony ride at the Happy Ranch Horse Farm, see the ancient ruins of the Bayon Temple, or take a tour of the life that inhabits the Tonle Sap. Designed by Sir Nick Faldo, the Angkor Golf Course is award winning and definitely worth a visit for the golf enthusiast. Take home some Cambodian silk, watch the traditional Khmer dance or pick up some interesting ceramics.
Looking for Siem Reap hotels for your next trip to the city? The Alilia Sothea Siem Reap is an Angkor hotel designed to afford the feel of a Khmer villa but with all the right ingredients for a comfortable stay in the heart of the city. An award winning hotel, guests are provided beautiful surroundings and impeccable service for a memorable stay in Siem Reap.