Siem Reap Top Attractions: A sensational province and packed with things to do. It is the ultimate destination for the majority of its many thousands of tourists.

The greatest attraction of all being the Angkor Archaeological Park. Home to the world-renowned and utterly momentous  Angkor Wat.


Floating Village, Siem Reap

Naturally, Siem Reap is best known for being home to Cambodia’s top tourist attraction, Angkor Wat.  

That being said, Siem  Reap, not only offers this monumental temple for folk to flock to see. There’s still some lesser known places most people who visit agree, not one of them ‘s left disappointed but glad of the chance to have been.

Good planning ahead of arrival relieves any need to feel rushed. Take the time to unwind, put your feet up. Relax, so your body adjusts. The heat can be very exhausting. It’s best to keep out of the sun.  Remember that water’s important, so drink as much as you can.


Image of Angkor Wat

Thinking of visiting Angkor Wat? Read this essential guide now!

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Image of Angkor complex from drone

Angkor is the ancient capital of the great Khmer Empire. It is, without doubt, one of the most magnificent wonders of the world. As well as a site of immense archaeological significance. (more…)

A deserted walkway in a temple, Cambodia.

Despite the wonders of the Angkor Wat temple complex in Siem Reap, many visitors to Cambodia leave their first temple exploring holiday with a desire to experience some ancient wonders without the crowds of so many other tourists. (more…)

Image of a man taking a photo of Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat Archaeological Park is not just Cambodia’s top tourist attraction, it is also home to hundreds of ancient temples and religious structures dotted throughout the huge 400 square kilometre site. Undoubtedly, Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm remain the most popular amongst tourists, attracting thousands of visitors from across the world every day. However, there are many more, less visited temples, worth leaving the well-walked tourist trail for and investing in a multi-day pass.

Here is your ultimate guide to exploring this incredible, sacred site. (more…)