- Siem Reap travel - Lonely Planet
The life-support system and gateway for the temples of Angkor, Siem Reap (see-em ree-ep; សៀមរាប) was always destined for great things Visitors come here to see the temples, of course, but there is plenty to do in and around the city when you're templed out
- Siem Reap - Introduction - Siem Reap Travel Guide
Siem Reap is one of those places that caters to every taste It’s difficult to get bored in this ever-evolving city The variety of cuisine, accommodation, shopping, modes of transport, and daily activities is quite astonishing for what is actually a relatively small – and new – city on the edge of the Tonle Sap lake
- Cambodia Travel Guides | Canby Publications | Siem Reap . . .
Siem Reap Angkor Nestled between rice paddies and stretched along the Siem Reap River, the provincial capital of Siem Reap City serves as the gateway to the millennium-old ruins of the Angkorian-era Khmer Empire
- Travel to Siem Reap, Cambodia - a Beginners Guide
The winter months from November to February represent the peak travel season for Siem Reap These months are cool and dry, avoiding the extremes of heat and precipitation you’d find in other times of the year
- Siem Reap - Everything You Need to Know About Cambodia
Siem Reap is widely renowned as the gateway to Angkor Wat, the millennium-old temple ruins of the Khmer Empire Set along the Siem Reap River, this small provincial capital boasts hundreds of sightseeing opportunities such as well-preserved colonial buildings, unique museums, traditional markets, cultural performances, and verdant parks
- Siem Reap Cambodia - Gateway To Angkor Wat - Siem Reap . . .
Siem Reap, which literally means the “Defeat of Siam”, is the most prosperous region of contemporary Cambodia Its close proximity to the Angkor Wat temple complex has turned the city into one of the world’s premier travel destinations
- Getting To Koh Chang From Siem Reap - Transport Information
Alternative route: Siem Reap via Battambang and Pailin to Koh Chang October ’17 Update: Virtually everyone goes from Siem Reap to the main Poipet Aranyaprathet border crossing However it is possible to go via the much quieter crossing at Psar Phrum Ban Pakard This is to the south east of Siem Reap near the town of Pailin