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Siem Reap at a glance

High Season

Dec - Feb
Current Weather
26°
Places you can't miss
Angkor Wat
Local currency
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Siem Reap sees one million tourists a year, all travelling to witness the majesty of Angkor Wat, which is a Buddhist temple complex made up of five towers. Cambodia is the child of the ancient Khmer nation which built the temples in the 12th century. Cambodia’s recent history has been turbulent until recent years; visit the War Museum to commemorate the lives lost during Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge regime. Beyond Angkor Wat, Siem Reap houses hundreds of residents on the Siem Reap river on floating villages. Siem Reap is a relaxing and eye opening city in which you can embrace your inner Buddha through explorations of spirituality and humanity.
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Top reviews

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Everything worked
The busses were quite okay, just the Place in the sleeping bus was a bit small for a western guy. The coordination was a bit confusing in Phnom Penh and we didn’t knew what to do.
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In the first bus the
In the first bus the driver didn't speak English at all, didn't want to help me out with changing the seat as I have claustrophobia and had a really tough period sitting at the lower shelf without window. The second bus driver was very helpful and friendly
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We arrive one and half
We arrive one and half hour late
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i think it could be
i think it could be better if every bus driver and conductors knows how to communicate well in english language ...thankyou ...
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Al llegar a Nonh Penh
Al llegar a Nonh Penh debimos cambiarnos de bus. El traslado hacia el otro bus se hizo en tuk tuk y los que manejaban los tuk tuk tenían un alto elevado olor a alcohol y demoraron en entenderse entre ellos para hacer el traslado. No me parece para nada responsable contar con gente que haya consumido alcohol antes de conducir, deberían tener eso presente ya que está en riesgo la vida de otras personas.
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HCM to siem reap
Driver on the first bus was not so helpful, and not so polite.