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Siem Reap Adventure 4 Days 3 Nights

This was a surprise birthday trip for Rachel and we spent 3 full days wandering the iconic city of Siem Reap, Cambodia. We signed up more tours as we were hungry for more. On the third day of our trip, we managed to visit 10 temples in a day. Check our little crazy adventure under the 40 degree Celsius hot sun in Siem Reap!

Siem Reap Cambodia Day 1: AirAsiaGo.com Package, Tonle Mekong Restaurant, Angkor Spirit Palace Hotel, Lake Tonle Sap, Killing Field, Pub Street and Le Tigre de Fapier

Siem Reap Cambodia Day 2: Angkor Wat, Bayon, Banteay Srei, Roluos Group Temples, Bakong, Preah Ko and Lo Lei

Siem Reap Cambodia Day 3 Part One: Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som, Eastern Mebon, Pre Rup

Siem Reap Cambodia Day 3 Part Two: Sras Srang, Ta Prohm / Tomb Raider Temple, Ta Keo, Banteay Kdei, Prasat Kravan, Phnom Bakheng

6 thoughts on “Siem Reap Adventure 4 Days 3 Nights

  1. Hello,

    It is a short blog, so I have some questions you might know. Can you help me?
    I am going to Cambodia on September this year. Besides Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam are also listed to be visited. But still I have a question about a hotel you might have seen during your visit in Siem Reap. I booked the following hotel: Tara Angkor Hotel. You know if it is a good hotel? I heard good stories about it. What are the best attractions to visit in Siem Reap and in the surrounding?

  2. Hi Emma,

    I’m not sure about the Tara Angkor but you can click on the links to read more on our itinerary.

    Have fun and good luck!

    Siem Reap Cambodia Day 1: AirAsiaGo.com Package, Tonle Mekong Restaurant, Angkor Spirit Palace Hotel, Lake Tonle Sap, Killing Field, Pub Street and Le Tigre de Fapier
    https://www.placesandfoods.com/2010/09/siem-reap-cambodia-day-1-airasiago-com-package-tonle-mekong-restaurant-angkor-spirit-palace-hotel-lake-tonle-sap-killing-field-pub-street-and-le-tigre-de-fapier.html

    Siem Reap Cambodia Day 2: Angkor Wat, Bayon, Banteay Srei, Roluos Group Temples, Bakong, Preah Ko and Lo Lei
    https://www.placesandfoods.com/2010/09/siem-reap-cambodia-day-2-angkor-wat-bayon-banteay-srei-roluos-group-temples-bakong-preah-ko-and-lo-lei.html
    Siem Reap Cambodia Day 3 Part One: Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som, Eastern Mebon, Pre Rup
    https://www.placesandfoods.com/2010/09/siem-reap-cambodia-day-3-part-one-preah-khan-neak-pean-ta-som-eastern-mebon-pre-rup.html
    Siem Reap Cambodia Day 3 Part Two: Sras Srang, Ta Prohm / Tomb Raider Temple, Ta Keo, Banteay Kdei, Prasat Kravan, Phnom Bakheng
    https://www.placesandfoods.com/2010/09/siem-reap-cambodia-day-3-part-two-sras-srang-ta-prohm-tomb-raider-temple-ta-keo-banteay-kdei-prasat-kravan-phnom-bakheng.html

  3. Hello Wilson,

    Yes it was very helpful. A friend of mine recommended the Tonle Mekong restaurant together with Tonle Sap and Chaktomuk. But i saw that you have been to Mekong for lunch. Is it good? I want to celebrate my birthday there and my friends said, that that was a good option. Can you tell me something about that?

    Regards

  4. Hello Emma,

    I read your message and wanted to help you, because I have been in Siem Reap a lot of times. The Tara Angkor hotel is a beautiful hotel and is ideally and conveniently located, Tara Angkor Hotel is situated only 6 km from the Angkor Wat Temples, 15 min drive from the Siem Reap International Airport, a few minutes stroll to the Angkor National Museum and a short ride to the city town center with an array of Cambodian souvenirs, shopping and culture. They have a few promotions that you can make use of if you haven’t booked already: Last minute bookings, summer sales, early bird promotion or Angkor temptations. Of course there are a lot more, but have a look at their website. It is not that far to the Angkor temples that I would advise you to see for sure. I would say, grab yourself a 3 day pass and find yourself a decent tuk tuk driver to take you to the farther ruins and for a drive in some of the outlying villages. If you’re up for it consider renting a bike and checking out Angkor Wat on your own. There’s a lot to see and do so a lot depends on your time and budget. A few temples I would strongly suggest you check out besides Angkor Wat itself are Bayon Temple, Angkor Thom and of course Ta Prohm just to see the amazing tree. The Banteay Srei temple is farther out of Siem Reap but has a very different feel than a lot of the others. If you want to do something else as well, you can visit the day and night market. I can really recommend these attractions. If you need to know more, let me know.

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