Siem Reap Cambodia

Attractions (Renamed Events page)

We can organise tour guides, taxi drivers and tuk-tuk’s for whole or part days so that you will be able to organize your own trip around the temples and other attractions.

Please note that you will need to purchase a ticket from the Apsara Authority (link to address here) in order to visit the temple area around Angkor Wat.

The following pages provide further information on attractions in the Siem Reap area. If you wish to explore further afield in Cambodia, guided trips to Batttambang, Sihanouk Ville and Phnom Penh can be arranged.

Our experienced tour guides will be happy to tailor an itinerary to suit your every need. Please talk with our reception staff.

War Museum Siem Reap

The War Museum in Siem Reap is the only War Museum in Cambodia. It is situated near Siem Reap Airport and offers visitors a unique and insightful view of the perils that Cambodia faced during the last 3 decades of the 20th century. It also offers visitors an excellent opportunity to learn more about what actually occurred during Cambodia’s ‘war years’.


It has a unique collection of war machines like the tank T-54, the jet fighter aircraft MiG-19, the helicopter Mil Mi-8, and the field artillery gun 85-mm divisional gun D-44. Before used in Cambodia, some of these war machines have even seen action during World War II. Among the collection there are also many sorts of landmines and rare photographs from the period.


You can take a free guide to lead you around. Each of the guides has his own unique background: war veterans, eye witnesses of the war and landmine victims. Therefore, not only they could tell you about the last 3 decades of the 20th century history of Cambodia and about the collection of the museum, but also about their personal experiences during this time.


You can hold small arms, from a M16 or a AK-47 (Kalashnikov) till a machine gun like the Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR). You can even hold a rocket launcher! Before used in Cambodia, some of these guns have even seen action during World War II.


The purpose of this museum is to keep the memory of such an important episode in the history of Cambodia alive and to preserve the unique collection for posterity.


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Artisans Angkor Siem Reap

Artisans d’Angkor

Artisans d’Angkor is a Cambodian company created to promote development of Khmer Arts and Crafts, help young rural people find work near their home village and provide professional skills to communities with limited educational opportunities. Artisans d’Angkor has maintained its commitment to education by developing its own training program.


Since its creation at the end of 1990s, Artisans d’Angkor has opened 42 workshops in Siem Reap province and it provides employment to over 1300 people, including more than 900 artisans.


Over the years, Artisans d’Angkor has become a real showcase of Khmer workmanship for its silk fabrics and garments, stone and wood carving, lacquer ware, polychrome products, silver plating and silk painting. Not only does the company revive traditional Khmer Arts and Crafts but it also offers a collection of hand-made clothing and home furnishings fitted to contemporary lifestyles. Artisans d’Angkor offers a wide range of high quality products that can suit every taste.

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Angkor Silk Farm

Angkor Silk Farm

The Angkor Silk farm offers free guided tours of the process from the mulberry bushes cultivation to the production of silk fabrics and accessories. As the Silk Farm covers an area of 8 hectares, of which 5 are used for the mulberry trees plantation, you will enjoy the beautiful setting while learning about the fascinating process of silk-making.


During your visit, guides will give you more details on the mulberry trees, silkworm farming, cocoon unwinding, preparation of the silk threads, ikat technique (tie-dyeing of the threads) and silk weaving.


The Angkor Silk Farm also features a large showroom where you can buy high-quality silk products that were made in the workshops you just visited.


Free Transportation is available from Artisans d’Angkor main site - to book a free shuttle bus, please contact the Silk Farm through their website at


The shuttle departs everyday from Artisans d’Angkor main site in Siem Reap at 9.30am and 1.30pm. Trip back provided.


In case you prefer to get to the Silk Farm on your own, you can ask a tuk-tuk or car driver to take you at Angkor Silk Farm in Pouk district. The location is well known by Cambodian people. It is located very close to National Road 6 (towards Poipet) on the right-hand side of the road. A larg sign indicates the access way.


Booking of guided tours in advance is not necessary, with the exception for large groups (more than 12 people).


Workshops are open daily from 8am to 5pm - the boutique closes at 

Angkor Flight of the Gibbon

Angkor Flight of the Gibbon

Flight of the Gibbon is located within Angkor Park and is the only zipline located within a UNESCO World Heritage site. A distinction made possible by our commitment to the environment through the rehabilitation of gibbons, various tree planting projects, and other work in the community.


The course was engineered by zipline experts who have built courses all over the world, and it meets or exceeds the highest safety standards. Our Sky Rangers are highly trained professionals who will be with you every step of the way. They will provide you with a safety briefing prior to the tour and will personally fit you for your equipment, then they will also accompany you on your adventure, not just for safety, but also to share their knowledge of the Cambodian jungle and tell stories about the local history.


You don’t have to worry about negotiating travel to Angkor Park. We provide roundtrip shuttle service and will pick you up from and return you to your hotel in Siem Reap.


During your visit to our Angkor Course you will:


  • Crisscross over the jungle canopy on ten ziplines.
  • Explore the jungle across four hanging bridges spanning hundreds of meters.
  • Rappel down a 50-meter descent.
  • Spend 2 hours on the course viewing the jungle from our 21 stations.
  • Learn about the flora and fauna in the Angkor jungle.
  • Be outfitted with state of the art safety equipment by our Sky Rangers.
  • Enjoy a traditional Cambodian meal with refreshments.
  • Receive roundtrip shuttle service from anywhere in Siem Reap or the surrounding area. Have a chance to see gibbons in a natural jungle eco-system.

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The Cambodian Circus

The Cambodian Circus

Phare, the Cambodian Circus

Uniquely Cambodian, Daringly Modern

Siem Reap's most unique, authentic, top rated evening entertainment.

More than just a circus, Phare performers use theater, music, dance and modern circus arts to tell uniquely Cambodian stories; historical, folk and modern. The young circus artists will astonish you with their energy, emotion, enthusiasm and talent.


Phare artists will astonish you with their energy, passion, talent and dedication. Where are they from and how did they get to where they are? From some of the most difficult social and economic backgrounds imaginable, these Cambodian youth transform their lives through art.


Expect the unexpected. Phare is unlike any other circus in the world: theater, story, dance, high-energy music and circus arts. But the Phare experience starts before the show and continues after.


Enjoy Siem Reap’s top rated evening entertainment and know in your heart that just by purchasing your tickets, you’re helping to provide free education and gainful employment to these young Cambodian artists.

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Siem Reap Shooting Range

Siem Reap Shooting Range

Many people coming to Cambodia want adventure in addition to sightseeing attractions such as Mountains, Sea, or the temples such as Angkor Wat.


Cambodia Shooting Range offer an exciting option for tourists only 1-2 hours including transfer from and to your hotel.


Our large shooting range is distance of 25 meters with a capacity that will fit more than 20 people to shoot all at once. A technical will be present to instruct you at all times, so even a group of first timers, women or elderly may enjoy a safe and a pleasant shooting. And for serious shooters who wish to skill-up their shooting techniques and score-up their shooting ability, a well-trained officer may instruct you individually if requested.

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Angkor Butterfly Center

Banteay Srey Butterfly Centre (BBC) is an interactive butterfly exhibit located 25 km north of Siem Reap, on the road to the Landmine Museum and Bantey Srey temple.


The exhibit consists of a netted tropical garden with thousands of free-flying butterflies, all of which are native species to Cambodia. The enclosure is South East Asia's largest butterfly exhibit and provides residents and tourists with an interactive and visual environment to learn about butterflies and support local communities.


At BBC it is possible to experience butterflies feeding and flying very close at hand and to witness the complete life cycle of many species. The butterflies (in pupae form) are farmed sustainably by people from villages in the Siem Reap Province.


Friendly and knowledgeable staff will greet you on your arrival and will explain the background to the project and about butterfly life-cycle and ecology.


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Temples Of Angkor

Temples of Angkor

Designated a World Heritage Site, the Angkor Archaeological Park encompasses dozens of temple ruins whose artistic and archaeological significance and visual impact put the area in a class of its own alongside the world’s other great historical sites such as the Pyramids, Machu Pichu and the Taj Mahal.


Temples in the Angkor Area:                                           

  • Angkor Wat
  • Angkor Thom
  • Bayon
  • Ba Phoun
  • Phimean Akas
  • Tarrace of Elephants
  • Terrace of Leper King
  • Sour Prat
  • Chau Say Tevata
  • Thommanon
  • Takeo
  • Ta Prohm
  • Bateay Kdei
  • Srah Srang
  • Kravan




As the temples are religious buildings, visitors must dress appropriately (shoulders and knees should be covered for both sexes – a tee shirt with short sleeves and normal knee length shorts are acceptable). The Apsara authority may deny entry to the temples if you don’t follow this requirement.Visits to other temples outside the main Angkor Complex such as Koh Ker, Beng Melea, can also be arranged.

Visits to other temples outside the main Angkor Complex such as Koh Ker, Beng Melea, can also be arranged.


Landmine Museum

 The Cambodia Landmine Museum

The Cambodian Landmine Museum and Relief Center serves to educate the public on the dangers of landmines, and in addition it supports and educates at-risk and landmine affected youth that reside in the Relief Center.

You will learn the story of landmines in Cambodia through the perspective of Aki Ra, the founder, who was conjoined into the Khmer Rouge Army as a child soldier, and spent his youth fighting in the wars that ravaged his country for nearly 35 years. Landmines impact the country’s past, present, and future; you will learn the importance of clearing landmines in Cambodia. With potentially 5,000,000 still in the ground, landmines have immensely impacted the history and culture of this amazing society. The collection of thousands of landmines cleared from Cambodia is impressive. 

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