Siem Reap

Back in the 1960s, Siem Reap was the place to be in Southeast Asia and saw a steady stream of the rich and famous. After three decades of slumber, it’s back and is currently one of the planet's most popular destinations.

The life-support system for Cambodia's celebrated temples of Angkor, Siem Reap was always destined for great things, but few people saw them coming this thick and fast. The city has reinvented itself as the epicentre of the new Cambodia, with more guesthouses and hotels than temples, world-class wining and dining, and sumptuous spas.

At its heart, Siem Reap is still a little charmer, with old French shop-houses, shady tree-lined boulevards and a slow-flowing river. But the tourist tide has definitely arrived, and locals are riding the wave. Not only is this great news for the long-suffering Khmers, but it has transformed the town into a pulsating place for visitors. Forget the naysayers who mutter into their beers about Siem Reap in the ‘old days’; now is the time to be here, although you may curse your luck when stuck in a jam of tour buses on the way back from the temples.

Whatever you decide to do, whether it's a single, twin or multi centre, we can help. Call us for more ideas on what to see and do and to book your holiday to this fantastic country.

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