Siem Reap is filled with photo opportunities, and they aren’t confined to the temples of Angkor! Whether you stay for a day or a few weeks, there’s lots to see and explore in Siem Reap.
Excuse me, can I take a picture of you? Only if I can take a picture of you! Cambodian cultural exchange at Angkor.
Ethnic Vietnamese floating village on the Tonle Sap lake outside of Siem Reap.
Siem Reap is a city awash in international cuisine such as Mexican-style prawns at Viva!
Fun fair closed for the season at the Siem Reap boat dock.
The spectacular bas-reliefs at Angkor are worth braving the crowds for.
Siem Reap's Psar Cha, or Old Market, the place to find souvenirs and other trinkets.
Cool off with a durian ice cream at Blue Pumpkin in Siem Reap.
Sunrise at Angkor. Worth the 4:30 wakeup time.
Friendly faces on the Mekong Express bus from Phnom Penh.
Bargain hard at the Night Market and you can get some great deals (and a fish pedicure).
The Golden Banana Hotel in Siem Reap provides a relaxing haven after a long day at the temples.
Visitors to Angkor experiencing a post-sunrise comedown near the reflecting pool.
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