Siem Reap

Not far from the shores of Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater reserve in Southeast Asia, Siem Reap is a small quiet town compared to the capital city Phnom Penh. The city has a blend of colonial and Chinese-style architecture in the old French quarter and around the old market, where visitors will enjoy the day and night market that goes on until late evening.
Siem Reap serves as a gateway town to the world famous heritage site of the Angkor temples.
Today, being a popular tourists’ destination, Siem Reap has a large selection of hotels offering very high standard of service and facilities, Khmer restaurants serving authentic local cuisine, as well as lively nightlife making the visitors stay an enjoyable and unforgettable one.