The Best Siem Reap Tours And Things To Do In 2022

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When you think of important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia, one place immediately comes to mind – Angkor Wat. It’s part of a temple complex that attracts over 2 million tourists lớn Siem Reap every year.

Like everyone else, we were drawn to lớn Siem Reap by Angkor Wat. At the time, we didn’t know anything else about Siem Reap so it was basically the only reason we were there.

But after spending a few days in the city, we realized that the Angkor temples aren’t its only draw. It’s trang chủ to interesting architecture, a thriving food scene, and a surprising nightlife that make it a favorite destination for both backpackers and expats. We were intrigued.

Angkor Wat may be its main draw but there’s enough to lớn see and do in Siem Reap lớn keep you busy between temple visits.


This travel guide lớn Siem Reap is long. For your convenience, I’ve compiled liên kết to hotels, tours, & other services here.


Top-rated hotels in the Old French Quarter, the best area lớn stay for first-time visitors to Siem Reap.



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Because of the current global situation, Siem Reap travel guidelines have been changing often. Our friends at và airheart created websites that danh sách detailed information on travel restrictions around the globe.

Before doing any serious planning, be sure to check or airheart for information on travel restrictions to lớn Cambodia. If you vị decide to lớn visit Siem Reap, then you may want lớn seriously consider getting travel insurance with COVID coverage.


Depending on your passport, you may need a visa & other travel documents khổng lồ visit Cambodia. Check out to lớn learn about the requirements and to apply for a visa (if necessary).


Siem Reap refers to lớn both the province and its capital city. It’s the second most visited thành phố in Cambodia, after Phnom Penh.

The vast majority of people go khổng lồ Siem Reap for the temples. Angkor Wat is the most famous but it’s just one of over a thousand in Angkor Archaeological Park.

The park covers an area of over 400 sq km & contains the remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire. Built between the 9th và 15th centuries, they’re collectively a UNESCO World Heritage Site & one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia.


Cambodia has two seasons — wet & dry. The wet season is from May khổng lồ October while the dry season is from November till April.

Choosing the best time to visit Siem Reap can be tricky because you almost have lớn choose between sunny weather & heavy crowds or fewer tourists but lots of rain. We went in December when the weather was perfect but the crowds at the popular temples were unbearable.

As a compromise, it may be a good idea lớn shoot for the shoulders months of November and March. They fall between rainy and dry seasons và immediately before và after peak tourist season which starts in December và goes till February.

NOV-APR: This is the dry season in Siem Reap. It’s the coolest & driest time of the year but it’s also the busiest. Expect heavy crowds and hotel prices khổng lồ be at their highest during this time.

MAY-OCT: This is the rainy season. It’s hottest around May while September and October are typically the wettest months. We had friends visit in May & they couldn’t get over how hot it was. It was already hot in December so I can only imagine what it must be like in late April or May.

Climate: Annual Monthly Weather in Siem Reap

Follow the link for more on Siem Reap’s weather. For your convenience, I’ve created the average temperature và annual rainfall graphs below. Suggested months khổng lồ visit are colored in orange.

Average Temperature


Annual Rainfall



The majority of visitors will be flying in to Siem Reap. Flying is the quickest way lớn get there but people traveling to lớn Siem Reap from major hubs like Phnom Penh and thủ đô bangkok thái lan may take the bus as well.

BY PLANE: People traveling by plane will be arriving at Siem Reap International Airport (REP). It’s about 9 km northwest of the downtown area. We got to the đô thị center by tuk tuk but you can also get there by xe taxi or van. The journey takes less than half an hour & costs about USD 7-9 for a tuk tuk and USD 12-15 for a xe taxi or van. You can arrange for transportation at the airport or in advance through Bookaway.

BY BUS: If you’re traveling on a budget, then a cheaper alternative is khổng lồ travel to Siem Reap by bus. It takes longer than a flight but it’s also much cheaper. Backpackers coming from bangkok thái lan or Phnom Penh will often travel by bus. You can check for routes và purchase tickets on Bookaway (from bangkok | from Phnom Penh).

This guide assumes you’ll be arriving by plane or coming from a major hub like Bangkok or Phnom Penh. If you’re coming from somewhere else, then you can kiểm tra Bookaway to find route options available lớn you. You can click on the link or use the widget below.


The unit of currency is the Cambodian Riel (KHR) but US Dollars (USD) are widely used and accepted in Cambodia. Unless you’re paying for small items from a street vendor, then there’s really no need lớn carry KHR because most transactions will be done in USD.

If you arrive in Cambodia with any currency other than USD, then it’s best khổng lồ exchange it for USD and not KHR. Click on the link for a bản đồ of currency exchange offices in downtown Siem Reap.

A better option may be lớn withdraw USD from an ATM. USD is so widely used that it’s actually harder khổng lồ find ATMs that dispense KHR than USD. Just be sure to inform your bank that you plan on using your ATM thẻ overseas so they don’t flag any transactions.

TIP: Some ATM machines will ask if you’d like to proceed with or without conversion. Always proceed WITHOUT conversion. Proceeding with conversion authorizes the foreign ngân hàng operating the ATM to vị the conversion for you at rates favorable to lớn them. According to lớn this article, the difference in rates can be as high as 10%.


The downtown area of Siem Reap isn’t that big so you can easily get around on foot. As long as you stay within walking distance of Pub Street, then you shouldn’t have any problems getting around. Personally, I think the Wat Bo area is the best place to stay.

To help you understand where all these recommended areas are, I’ve created the color-coded maps below. Click on the link for an interactive version of the map. (Please note that marked areas are approximations only)

BLUE – Old French QuarterRED – Wat BoORANGE – Charles de GaullePURPLE – National Road 6



The Old French Quarter refers to lớn the area north of Pub Street (Street 08). It’s characterized by lovely heritage buildings built in the French colonial style. If it’s your first time in Siem Reap, then this is one of the most convenient places lớn stay, especially if you want to be near Pub Street.

Pub Street is the heart of Siem Reap’s nightlife. It consists of a cluster of restaurants, cafes, và bars, many of which stay mở cửa (and play loud music) till around midnight. You’ll want to book a khách sạn towards the south of the Old French Quarter if you want lớn be near Pub Street. You can search for hotels in the Old French Quarter on Kiểm tra out some of the top-rated hotels in the area:


This was where we stayed. Named after one of the city’s oldest temples – Wat Bo – it refers to the area east of the Old French Quarter, on the other side of the Siem Reap River.

The area around Pub Street can get pretty loud at night so we preferred staying here. It’s much quieter & only about a 10-minute walk to Pub Street. Many of the city’s best restaurants seem to be located in this area as well.

The khách sạn we stayed at doesn’t seem lớn be around anymore but there are plenty of hotels lớn choose from in the Wat Bo area on Check out some of the top-rated hotels in the area:


If you’re in Siem Reap mainly khổng lồ visit Angkor Wat và don’t really care lớn stay near Pub Street, then the area around Charles de Gaulle Boulevard is a great place to be. It’s the main road from downtown Siem Reap lớn Angkor Wat, and where you’ll find the majority of the city’s large 5-star luxury hotels.

You can search for hotels along Charles de Gaulle Boulevard on Check out some of the top-rated hotels in the area:


National Road 6 is the main highway between the airport and downtown Siem Reap. Like Charles de Gaulle Boulevard, it’s dominated by large hotels and may be an attractive option for people looking lớn stay closer to lớn the airport. You can tìm kiếm for accommodations along National Road 6 on Kiểm tra out some of the top-rated hotels in the area:

You can also book hotels và homestays in Siem Reap using the handy maps below.


The majority of tourists come to lớn Siem Reap lớn visit the Angkor temples. People know about Angkor Wat but it’s just one of many temples scattered in an area of over 400 sq km. Khổng lồ visit them, you’ll need to buy an Angkor Pass at the Angkor Wat ticket office. Prices are as follows:

One day – USD 37Three days – USD 62Seven days – USD 72

You can also get an Angkor Pass in advance through Get Your Guide, but the price will be a little more expensive. Click on the link for more information.

The 3-day pass is valid for one week while the 7-day pass is valid for a month. You don’t have khổng lồ use them on consecutive days.

Unless you have a keen interest in the Angkor temples & want to lớn see as many as you can, then I think the 3-day pass is perfect. It’ll give you more than enough time to lớn explore the most popular temples which include Angkor Wat, Ta Phrom, Angkor Thom, and Banteay Srei. You’ll have time to lớn visit a few more and go back to Angkor Wat at sunrise.

Visiting just those four will give most people a fulfilling Angkor experience. Temple fatigue is a real thing và the temples can look a little “same same” after the first few. You can kiểm tra my article on Angkor Archaeological Park for more pictures and information.

Listed below are the four most popular Angkor temples và two more that we visited using our 3-day pass. Khổng lồ get around, we chartered a tuk tuk with a driver through our hotel. He took us around the small Angkor circuit for USD 15 per day. Expect khổng lồ pay about USD 18 for the bigger Angkor circuit. You can arrange for a tuk tuk through your hotel or book one in advance through Klook.

It’s easy enough to hire a tuk tuk và explore the temples on your own, but if you’d lượt thích to have a guide explain everything khổng lồ you, then you may want lớn go on a tour. You can book one through Klook or Get Your Guide.

1. Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat is the jewel of the Angkor complex & its most famous temple. Built in the 12th century, it’s recognized as the largest religious monument in the world.

Angkor Wat is a Hindu temple dedicated lớn Vishnu. It’s one of the proudest examples of classical Khmer architecture and a national symbol of Cambodia. If you’re into photography, then you’ll want khổng lồ visit Angkor Wat twice – once during the day & again at sunrise.


2. Ta Phrom

Ta Phrom is one of the most photogenic temples in the Angkor complex. It’s trang chủ to giant roots reclaiming the ruins and was used as a filming location for the Tomb Raider movie. These massive roots enveloping the temples were spectacular & a highlight in Siem Reap.


3. Angkor Thom và Bayon Temple

Angkor Thom was the last và most enduring capital of the Khmer Empire. Covering an area of 9 sq km, it’s a massive complex & the second most visited structure in Siem Reap, after Angkor Wat.

The highlight at Angkor Thom is the Bayon Temple which features around 200 of these massive stone heads. Each of these towers supports 2-4 gigantic smiling faces in various states of preservation.


Photo by Waj via Shutterstock

4. Banteay Srei

Banteay Srei was my favorite temple in Siem Reap. It’s one of the smaller temples at the complex but it’s also one of its most unique & well-preserved. It’s the only temple made from pink sandstone & features the most intricate temple carvings.

Banteay Srei is located about an hour north of the đô thị center. I hired a tuk tuk through my hotel to take me there & back for USD 22. If you’d lượt thích to go on a guided tour that takes you khổng lồ Banteay Srei, then you can book one through Klook or Get Your Guide.


5. Ta Keo

Ta keo dán giấy is described as a “temple mountain” built entirely of sandstone. When you climb the steps to lớn its uppermost pyramid, you’ll understand the “mountain” part of the description. The four stairways are shockingly steep and take you up khổng lồ the temple’s summit which is perched 21.5 meters (70.5 ft) above the ground.


6. Phnom Bakheng

Phnom Bakheng is one of the most visited temples in Siem Reap, largely because its a popular tourist spot for sunset views of Angkor Wat. It’s always mobbed with people at sunset making it one of the most threatened temples at the complex. Personally, I don’t think it’s worth it.



1. Get that Sunrise Shot

The Angkor temples are impressive at any time of the day, but they’re most spectacular at sunrise or sunset. My tuk tuk driver took me lớn Angkor Wat shortly after 4AM lớn secure a good spot. I thought I’d be one of the few people there but a small army of shutterbugs showed up to lớn get that iconic sunrise shot.

I paid USD 5 to lớn be taken lớn Angkor Wat at sunrise. You can make arrangements with your khách sạn or book a sunrise tour through Klook or Get Your Guide.


2. Dine and buổi tiệc ngọt at Pub Street

Pub Street refers to a neon-lit area teeming with restaurants, bars, & clubs. It’s a touristy area that’s at the heart of Siem Reap’s rambunctious nightlife.

Technically, Pub Street refers to Street 08 but I think it’s used khổng lồ refer to lớn the area immediately surrounding this street. It’s relatively quiet during the day but it gets fairly loud và boisterous at night. People who lượt thích to các buổi tiệc nhỏ will be spending every night in Siem Reap at Pub Street.

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The majority of restaurants in và around Pub Street are touristy. They offer cheap beers và a variety of international cuisines. We tried the phnom pleung or Cambodian bbq which features a variety of meats that you cook yourself on small tabletop grills.

We opted for the most exotic set meal consisting of kangaroo, crocodile, snake, beef, & shrimp. The meat was fairly tough but it was a fun experience nonetheless. You can kiểm tra my article on phnom pleung for more pictures.


3. Go on a bike or Vespa Tour

We explored the Angkor Circuit on a tuk tuk but people who enjoy biking may want khổng lồ rent a bicycle or go on a xe đạp tour. It’s a fun way of going from temple lớn temple. Just be sure to lớn wear a hat & use sunscreen because it can get scorchingly hot in Siem Reap.

Our khách sạn had bicycles for rent so you can probably arrange for one through yours. If not, then you can rent one through Get Your Guide. There are plenty of bike tours (Klook | Get Your Guide) and Vespa tours you can book as well.


Photo by aodaodaodaod via Shutterstock

4. Buy Spices & Souvenirs at a Market

We enjoy visiting markets on trips. It’s part of the Southeast Asian experience and often the best place khổng lồ buy spices, food products, & other souvenirs.

Open since the 1920s, the Psah Chas or Old Market is mostly for tourists these days but it’s a convenient place to lớn buy things lượt thích dried packaged fruit, spices, shirts, silver, scarves, và other souvenirs.


If you want something a little more upscale, then you can visit one of the many night markets in Siem Reap. There are a few in the downtown area, some of the most popular being the Siem Reap Night Market, the ANM Khmer Market, & the Art Center Night Market.


5. Visit the Landmine Museum & the Banteay Srey Butterfly Center

If you’re visiting Banteay Srei Temple, then stopping at the landmine museum and the Banteay Srey Butterfly Center on your way back to the thành phố center is a great way khổng lồ maximize your trip.

As its name suggests, the landmine museum tells the story of landmines in Cambodia & their enduring impact on the country. Entrance to the museum is USD 5. You can kiểm tra my article on the Landmine Museum for more pictures and information.


The Banteay Srey Butterfly Center (BBC) is the largest butterfly sanctuary in Southeast Asia. Admission is USD 4.

As described, it’s best lớn visit both places on your way back from Banteay Srei Temple. But if you’d rather not go khổng lồ the temple, then you can book this guided tour that takes you lớn just the butterfly center and the landmine museum.


6. Enjoy Phare, the Cambodian Circus

Phare Ponleu Selpak is Cambodia’s leading circus and their answer to Cirque du Soleil. It’s a performance arts show that tells uniquely Cambodian stories through music, dance, and acrobatics.

We don’t usually watch shows like this on trips but I’ve read nothing but rave đánh giá about Phare. Lượt thích Cirque du Soleil, they don’t use any animals in their performances.

You can check the Phare trang web for more information & to purchase tickets. You can also get tickets on Klook.


“Phare Circus, Siem Reap, Cambodia” by flowcomm, used under CC BY 2.0 / Processed in Photoshop và Lightroom

7. Take a Cooking Class

Ren loves to cook so we try lớn take a cooking class wherever we go. We haven’t taken one in Siem Reap but we have taken classes in Phuket, Chiang Mai, Hoi An, Ubud, and Tokyo. Eating unfamiliar food is fun as it is, but actually learning how khổng lồ make it is even better. It gives you a deeper understanding of the local cuisine.

Cookly is an online tour provider that focuses on cooking classes. They offer one-day cooking classes in many cities around the world, including Siem Reap. For me, there’s no better place khổng lồ book cooking classes while traveling than Cookly. Click on the links to search through available cooking classes in Siem Reap.


Photo by Narin Hem via Shutterstock


1. Tonle Sap

Many tourists who visit Siem Reap make day trips to Tonle Sap. It’s a large lake just 16 km (10 miles) south of the thành phố center. It covers an area of at least 2,700 sq km & is recognized as the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia.

Tonle Sap is a biodiversity hotspot that’s trang chủ to over 300 species of fish and other animals. It connects to lớn the Mekong River and is an important food source that provides more than half of the fish consumed in Cambodia.

The lake is known for its kích cỡ and biovidersity but what makes Tonle Sap truly interesting are its floating villages. Propped up on towering stilts, these floating villages are trang chủ to an estimated 80,000 ethnic Vietnamese, Khmer, and Cham people who subsist by fishing in the lake’s waters.

If you’d like to go cruising on Tonle Sap và visit its floating villages, then you can book one of many tours on Klook or Get Your Guide.

2. Phnom Kulen National Park

Phnom Kulen is a national park about 70 km (43.5 miles) northeast of downtown Siem Reap. It covers an area of about 374 sq km and features waterfalls, archaeological sites, và a reclining Buddha statue carved into a large sandstone boulder.

Perhaps most interesting about Phnom Kulen is the Kbal Spean archaeological site. Also known as the “Valley of a Thousand Lingas”, it features intricate Yoni and Linga carvings etched into the rocks and riverbed of the Kbal Spean River.

You can book a guided tour khổng lồ Phnom Kulen National Park on Klook or Get Your Guide.


1. Viroth’s

Viroth’s was recommended lớn us by a restaurateur friend. It’s a lovely Khmer restaurant with a simple but elegant interior along Wat Bo Road. They’ve been open for over ten years and are consistently a TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice awardee.

Viroth’s is one of the best restaurants in Siem Reap & a much better option than anything around Pub Street. Considering the ambiance và good food, dishes are reasonably priced with a meal for two amounting to about USD 25-30. Kiểm tra out my article on Viroth’s for more pictures và information.

2. The Square 24

Like Viroth’s, The Square 24 is a beautiful restaurant that serves excellent Khmer food in the Wat Bo area. Their food is just as good but a bit pricier, around USD 15-20 per person.

The Square 24 has lớn be one of the prettiest restaurants in Siem Reap. Lượt thích Viroth’s, they’re consistently a TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice awardee. You can refer lớn my article on The Square 24 for more pictures & information.


To make it easier for you to lớn visualize where everything is, I’ve pinned most of the places recommended in this guide on a map. Click on the links for an interactive version of the map.



Unless you rent a bicycle or charter a car, then a tuk tuk will be your primary means of transportation in Siem Reap. It’s cheap and convenient và the breeze from the ride feels a lot like air-conditioning after a hot, exhausting day exploring the Angkor temples.

A typical tuk tuk can comfortably seat four people & you can arrange for one through your hotel or negotiate a deal with one of the many drivers around town. We did everything through our khách sạn though the latter option may be cheaper. Please find approximate tuk tuk rates below:

Angkor Wat (sunrise or sunset, just one temple) – USD 5-7Angkor circuit (several temples) – USD 15-20Guided Angkor circuit – USD 25Banteay Srei – USD 20-25Airport transfer (one-way) – USD 7-9

If you’d prefer lớn get around in an air-conditioned vehicle, then you can arrange for a car with driver through your hotel or through Klook. Klook offers cars và minivans that can seat up khổng lồ 4 or 10 people respectively.

Based on my research, you can expect car rental prices to be at least double the rates of a tuk tuk.


A trip lớn Siem Reap revolves around the Angkor temples. If you’re only interested in the major temples plus a few more, then the 3-day Angkor pass will be enough. Here’s a 3D/3N Siem Reap itinerary to help you plan your trip.

DAY ONE• Angkor Wat• Angkor Thom / Bayon Temple• Ta Keo• Ta Phrom• Pub Street
DAY TWO• Banteay Srei• Landmine Museum• Banteay Srey Butterfly Center• Phare, the Cambodian Circus
DAY THREE• Angkor Wat at sunrise• Day trip khổng lồ Tonle Sap or Phnom Kulen National Park


Cambodia is inexpensive, even by Southeast Asian standards. It’s one of the cheapest countries we’ve visited. You can enjoy a meal at a fancy restaurant for USD 10. Ice cold draft beer can be had for just 50 US cents a mug.

The brunt of your expenses will go to lớn your Angkor Pass. Assuming you’re traveling to Siem Reap with one other person và staying in a modest hotel room, then a budget of around USD 45-50 a day per person should be enough.

This takes into trương mục your accommodations, meals, the 3-day Angkor Pass, and transportation. Here’s a breakdown of expenses.

ACCOMMODATIONSThis varies from person to lớn person. You can find big hotel rooms in the Wat Bo area for around USD 15 a night. Expect khổng lồ pay as little as USD 4 if you’re staying in a hostel.
MEALSYou can enjoy cheap rice or noodle meals in Siem Reap for around USD 2. At night, you can go to lớn a nicer restaurant và pay about USD 10 for a good meal. Unless you’re traveling lớn Siem Reap on a shoestring, then I suggest budgeting around USD 10-15 a day for food và drinks.
ANGKOR PASSThe 3-day Angkor Pass costs USD 62.
TRANSPORTATIONYou can pay as little as USD 5 a day if you get around on bicycles. Most people will get around on tuk tuks so expect lớn pay an average of about USD 7 a day on transportation if you plan on visiting the major temples including Banteay Srei.
TOTALThis comes out khổng lồ about USD 45 a day per person. Ren & I are middle of the road travelers who enjoy good food & drink, so the recommended budget is a good baseline for travelers lượt thích us. Adjust accordingly based on your own travel habits.


1. Dress Appropriately When Visiting the Temples

Remember to lớn dress appropriately when visiting the Angkor temples. Wear pants or skirts that go below the knees và shirts that cover the shoulders. These temples are sacred khổng lồ Cambodians so skirts, small shorts, tank tops, and other items of revealing clothing are not allowed within the temple grounds.

2. Rent a Pocket Wifi Device

Having reliable access to lớn the mạng internet is so important these days, especially when traveling. You’ll need it to vì chưng research, check emails, và stay connected on social media. If you plan on biking from temple to lớn temple on your own in Siem Reap, then you’ll need it lớn navigate so you don’t wind up in Thailand.

We usually reserve a pocket wifi device through Klook before our trip và pick it up at our destination country. But that option doesn’t seem to be available in Siem Reap. You’ll need to lớn pick it up or have it delivered to you before flying khổng lồ Cambodia.

You can check Klook for pocket wifi rental options. They offer sim cards as well. Personally, we prefer pocket wifi devices but either is fine.

3. Check for Siem Reap Travel Deals

I get travel deals from several different websites. The sites I use the most are Klook và Get Your Guide. They’re trustworthy sites that typically offer the biggest selection at the best prices.

You can tìm kiếm through these lists of Siem Reap tours & travel giao dịch on Klook và Get Your Guide. Even if I don’t wind up buying anything, I often learn about interesting activities that I wouldn’t normally think of myself so it’s always fun khổng lồ look.

4. Get Travel Insurance

Whether or not khổng lồ get travel insurance is something we consider before every trip. If we’re just going on a quick traveleating trip và not doing anything physical, then we probably won’t get it. But for a place lượt thích Siem Reap where you could fly off the side of a temple, then I think it’s a good idea.

We buy insurance from World Nomads or SafetyWing. They’re both leading travel medical insurance providers often used by many long-term travelers. Kiểm tra out my article on why we buy travel insurance for a mô tả tìm kiếm of the two. You can follow the link to get a không lấy phí quote from World Nomads or SafetyWing.

5. Bring the Right nguồn Adapter

Cambodia has Type A, Type C, or Type G electrical outlets so be sure lớn bring the right power nguồn adapters for your devices. Electrical voltage is 230V & the standard frequency is 50Hz.

Have Fun!

I’m not a Siem Reap expert but I bởi vì hope that you find this post useful. I’m only sharing some of the things that I learned from our trip. If you have any questions or suggestions, then please feel không lấy phí to leave them in the bình luận section below. You’re welcome to lớn join our Facebook Travel Group as well.

Thanks for stopping by và enjoy your time playing tomb raider at Angkor Archaeological Park!


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