Welcome to the Kingdom of Wonder!

Below you can find some inspiring information about some of the many places and activities available in and around Siem Reap – that will hopefully help you to plan your visit.   We are happy to help you arrange tailormade tours to suit your itinerary. For suggested itineraries, click here

Temples – the famous ones and remote favorites

Angkor Archaeological Park -The main temple park
Home of more than 300 magnificent temple ruins from the Angkorian era, including the famous Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm.
Beng Melea – A less crowded favourite
Remote and isolated temple with exellent photo opportunities.
Koh Ker
– The new capital
An intresting site located in the jungle deep into the Cambodian countryside.
Banteay Srey
– Citadel of the women
A beautiful temple with some of the finest examples of classical Khmer art.
Phnom Kulen
– Swim in the beautiful waterfall
The most sacred mountain in Cambodia and a beautiful place for a refreshing day tour.
Kbal Spean
– The river of a thousand lingas
A spectacular riverbed.
Sambor Prei Kuk
– A pre Angkorian Kingdom
Worth a visit  if you want to avoid the mainstream tourist places
Prasat Preah Vihear
– Beautiful mountain temple with breath taking view
An important pilgrimage during the Angkorian period, was in 2008 listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Tonle Sap – Fishing Communities and sights on the lake





Chong Khneas – Tonle Saps most famous floating village
The most famous and most visited community on the lake.
Kampong Phluk
– Less visited and a diffrent view of the life on Tonle Sap
Explore the submerged forest and learn about the fish economy based village life of Kampong Phluk.
Kompong Khleang
– One of the largest communities on the lake
Near ten times bigger than Kampong Phluk and most of the houses are resting on 10 meter high stilts. Very few tourists visit here and this a very interesting day trip if you want to see a traditional Tonle Sap village.
Preak Toal
– Bird Sanctuary
Impressive for both ornithologists and the uninitiateds.

Museums & Other Cultural Activities




Ceramics Centre – Khmer Ceramics Revival
Visit this centre and learn about the rebirth of Khmer pottery, once an intricate art.
Cambodian Cultural Village
– A little bit of everything in Cambodia
A 210 000 square meters cultural attraction with the intention to introduce visitors to Cambodian culture and history.
Silk Farm
– A fascinating workshop with guided tours
Artisans dAngkor silk farm produces some of the best work in the country. They give free guided tours were you can follow the entire silk creation process.
Cooking School – Explore the local Khmer cuisine
Learn the secrets behind preparing and cooking delicious Khmer food.
National Museum
– Displaying the golden era of the Khmer kingdom
A perfect place if you want a historical overview of the Angkorian era.
Landmine Museum
– Learn more about this terrible legacy from the war
This museum was created by a former soilder when he started to work as a deminer after the war.
Anlong Veng
– Last residence of Pol Pot
This town was the ultimate Khmer Rouge stronghold for decades, and home to some of its most notorious leaders.
Hidden Cambodia – Adventure tours
Superb dirtbike tours that will show you parts of Cambodia most visitors never see.
Horseback Ridning
– Traveling on four feets
The happy ranch offers you a very peaceful way to explore the beautiful countryside.
Quad Adventure Cambodia
– 4 wheels exploring
A fun, safe and easy way to go of the beaten track .
– Cambodias first and only outdoor paintball arena
If you are templed out or just looking for your daily dose of adrenaline a visit to Angkor Paintball Game might be a good idea.
Golf – Phokeetra country club
Siem Reaps first international-standard golf course.
West Baray
– Siem Reaps beach
A popular destination for weekend picnics. The beach side of West Baray has small bamboo huts with hammocks for rent