Hightlight Attracions

Fabulous Angkor Mounuments

Set in 200 hectares almots five hundred acres, and surround by a moat, the beautiful monument complex is 'must see' for any visitor to Cambodia. You will not be disappointed and our expert guides will explain you the history in details.

North of Angkor Complexs

Approximately 30 miles away of Siem Reap, this 10th century pink colored sandstone ruin gives a unique impression to foreign and national visitors with the living cultural art such as attractive Apsara statues and well carved and preserved bas- relief of an awe- inspiring workmanship of Cambodian craft men.

Phnom Bakheng

Phnom Bakheng has become most famous as a place to take stunning sunset photos. With spectacular views all around, including Angkor Wat and the town of Siem Reap, this is the place to view much of the surrounding area.

Banteay Srei Temple

Approximately 30 miles away of Siem Reap, this 10th century pink colored sandstone ruin gives a unique impression to foreign and national visitors with the living cultural art such as attractive Apsara statues and well carved and preserved bas- relief of an awe- inspiring workmanship of Cambodian craft men.

Off the Beaten Track

While visiting Angkor ruins, you must visit this isolated ruin, built in the beginning of twelve century as a model of Angkor Wat and used as the residence of Hindu god Vishnu, memory of king ancestor and probably military base and royal academy center of Angkor

Tonle Sap & Chong Kneas Floating Village

This famous floating village is now extremely popular with visitors wanting a break from the temples and is an easy enough excursion. It is very scenic in the warm light of early morning or late afternoon, but this location is most well known as a place to take photos of the sunset.


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