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.
Last updated: 28th February, 2015
Visitors to Angkor experiencing a post-sunrise comedown near the reflecting pool.
About the author: Lina Goldberg
Previously, Lina has been based in Oakland, California, New York City, Dublin and London. Lina spends most of her time thinking about food, travel and synthpop. She's currently based in Siem Reap.