Ta Phrom Temple
One of the most visited attractions in Siem Reap Cambodia as seen in the film of Tomb Raider in 2011, the temple showcases great and huge trees, 39 towers, and narrow corridors in a jungle setting. Visitors of the temple will definitely be surprised as they come closer to every corner of the temple with its structures.
Phnom Kulen National Park
A secluded mountain standing 487 meters tall featuring waterfalls, Angkorian temples, sculptures that are made from 11th and 12th centuries, tourists are allowed to swim and enjoy the cool waterfalls. A truly noteworthy attraction of Cambodia.
Phsar Chas (Old Market)
One of the oldest markets that can be found in Siem Reap with wide selection of foods, religious items, Buddhist treasures, new and second hand clothes, Phsar Chas also stands as a public souvenir shop to number of travelers visiting the city.
This stands as the significant venue for Phum Ben Celebrations and Khmer New Year, it features the statue of King Sisowath and there are several paintings displayed inside the Buddhist Temple. Wat Phnom is mostly visited by individuals to pray for success and good luck for every endeavor they have.
A famous landmark in the country of Cambodia, the temple’s layout is over 3 principal compounds and it has been continually amended by Khmer and French architects. This is the official residence of King Norodom Sihamoni.
A sightseeing spot surrounded by place of interests such as: restaurants, shops, pubs and galleries, Riverfront Park offers magnificent views of Mekong and Tonle Sap. Unwind and enjoy with the rest of tourists in Cambodia as they chill and roam around in Riverfront Park.
The number one archaeological and historical museum consists of 4 pavilions right in front of an attractive garden. There are over 14,000 items of Pre-Angkorian collections, potteries and bronzes. You may enjoy all the items being displayed in National Museum but visitors are not allowed to take photos.
A movie house with its own air-conditioned bar, The Flicks never failed to entertain each and every guest with wide screen and comfy seats!
Situated right at the center of the traffic circle of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard, an Angkorian Tower standing 20 meters tall, this symbolizes the Cambodia’s Independence from foreign rule. Watch as the monument illuminated with color blue, red and even white floodlights in which it has the same colors with the country’s flag.