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Local Arts and Crafts

No visit to Siem Reap is complete without a visit to Artisans d'Angkor where age-old crafts are being rediscovered and put in to practice.

There is far more to see and do in Siem Reap than just the temples. Here are some suggestions for you. Whatever you choose
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Temples and Kulen Mountain

 

Explore the wonder of the Angkorian Temples or visit the sacred Kulen Mountain. Tours can be as short or as long as you like. I would be very happy to help you plan your itinerary to best suit you.

Full Day From $20.00*

Visit a Floating Village

 

Travel by boat on Tonle Sap Lake, the biggest lake in South East Asia and home to a number of floating villages or communities perched high on stilts.

Half Day From $18.00*

Village Experience

Immerse yourself in the culture of a Cambodian village and see first hand the day to day life. Tours ranging from half day to overnight can be arranged. Please enquire early about availability.

Full Day From $25.00*

Phare - The Cambodian Circus

 

A combination of theatre, dance, original live music and breathtaking circus acts telling unique Cambodian stories, both traditional and contemporary.

Ticket price from $18.00*

Culture and Cooking

 

Visit a local market to source ingredients then prepare and cook your chosen dishes. Visit the Cambodian Cultural Centre to get an insight into Cambodia's  cultural heritage and history.

From $27.50*

Something More Adventurous?

Maybe you would like a break from the temples or would like to see them from a different angle, or perhaps you would like to try something to get your heart racing, then Siem Reap has a lot to offer...

*Prices are indication only and are subject to change and your individual requirements and do not include entrance fee charges where applicable, eg. Angkor Archeological Park

Your chance to give back!


For a lot of visitors one of the lasting memories of a trip to Cambodia is people's stories of the past history of their country and the poverty that currently prevails. There are many organisations and individuals working in Siem Reap to educate, feed and provide employment opportunities. Quite often tourists will ask "what can I do to help?"

Finding short-term volunteering opportunities can be quite difficult but it is possible. We have listed a number of organisations where short term opportunities are available by prior arrangement.

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