Things to do in Siem Reap
Angkor National Museum
The Angkor National Museum takes you on a journey back in time where you can see ancient artefacts from the Khmer empire. There are interactive exhibits and it's fun for all ages.
Visit the War Museum and learn about the Khmer Rouge and the civil war. You'll see a unique collection of military vehicles and weapons. The War museum first opened in 1999.
Artisans d'Angkor is a local arts and crafts centre which has helped thousands of Cambodians reach their potential as artices with workshops. There is also a gift shop on site.
You can learn how to cook traditional Khmer food. You'll start the class with a trip to a local market to buy the ingredients. You'll then learn how to prepare a delicious Cambodian meal.
The Happy Ranch Horse Farm provides a unique experience of horseback riding through the Cambodian countryside. All levels of riders are welcome on tours.
Quad Bike Riding
Take an exciting trip on the back of powerful ATVs and explore the countryside. There are many tours available to suit all levels of riders and everyone is welcome to join.
The landmine museum hosts an impressive collection of landmines and other explosives found in Cambodia. The museum supports local demining initiatives and help communities.
Angkor Silk Farm
The silk farm is an interesting experience where you can learn about the entire process of silk farming from the cultivation of mulberry bushes to the production of silk items.
The Butterfly Center is located nearby to Banteay Srei temple and is home to hundreds of different species in an enclosed area. The centre uses the proceeds to help the local community.
Cambodian Cultural Village
The Cambodia Cultural Village is a display of the Khmer lifestyle in small villages which help you to experience the real Cambodia. See live shows and more at the cultural village.
Traditional Apsara Dance Shows
Apsara Dancing is the traditional dance of Cambodia. There are nightly shows of various types around town and we're happy to recommend something suitable for you.
Siem Reap has many night markets where you can stop for a bite to eat, buy gifts, or see live music. Many tourists enjoy exploring the markets in the evening in and around Pub Street.
Popular Shared Tours
See three of the most popular temples in Siem Reap. The beautiful Banteay Srei temple is made from pink sandstone and the fine carvings are so stunning that you won’t see anything else like them in Cambodia. We’ll also see the ancient city of Angkor Thom as well as the popular Ta Prohm temple.
This is a great tour if you want to save money and see all the popular temples of Angkor with a professional English-speaking tour guide. Transportation is also included for the whole group. See the most popular temples in the park – Ta Prohm, Bayon, and Angkor Wat.
This shared tour will take you to see some of the oldest temples built by the Khmer people. The three temples at Roluos were built a few hundred years before the famous Angkor Wat and you’ll get to see some fascinating temples with Bakheng, Preah Ko, and Lolei.
On this shared tour, you can get the sunrise experience with a tour guide and full tour of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom and Ta Prohm. You’ll see the main temples of Angkor with a professional English-speaking tour guide and transportation provided on this money-saving shared tour of the temples including sunrise.
Get off the beaten track and into the real Cambodian countryside with this local village and local market tour. You can experience the local village way of life and see traditional farming communities. We will also visit a local market where you can learn about the fresh produce on offer and even buy a gift!