Tuk-Tuk is the most popular transportation in Siem Reap which you can find every where within the city and every bustation including Siem Reap International Airport, but for your security you should choose the recommended driver or the one you know or you can contact Mr. TEK PISITH, TEL: 855-12-634711, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: http://www.taxiangkor.com.
Recently returned from a honeymoon in Vietnam, Cambodia and Bangkok...
Per recommendations here and on Lonely Planet Thorntree, we used Kim San as our guide. His contact info is email@example.com, and his website is http://www.angkor-guides.com/.
Kim San has ample experience as guide (he worked as a guide for 8 years before opening up his own company), and has even worked with the Amazing Race crew when they were in Siem Reap (he gave them their clue).
His price was very, very fair, and his English language skills were good. Overall, he was a great guide!
#2 Apoloplaza has been a member since 10/1/2009. Posts: 27
We were very fortunate and lucky to have met up with Sam, Siem ReapTaxidriver. About 2 weeks ago during our travel to Cambodia. Even moresothat the days we needed a driver, he was available.So, let me sharewith you a few things we like about Sam:-1. A jokey and humorous younglad.2. Blended very well into our gang3. Speaks very good english4.Very punctual5. A polite, careful and responsible driver6. He knowsmagic tricks!! He shares it too!!7. He is very patience and attentiveto your request/enquiry8. He make sure everything is well arranged,even on the early morninghe intended to drop by and make sure ourtransportation to Thailand iswell ready to take us there.9. Lastly andmost importantly..... HE HAS CHILLED BEER IN HIS CAR FORUS!!!!Highlyrecommended driver for those who are interested in visitingCambodia.Youwill have no regret but will definitely get the very best out fromyourtrip with Same\' services and guides! You can contact him bywww.siemreaptuktuk.com , www.angkorbestdriver.com
#3 jonhstefan has been a member since 31/8/2011. Posts: 14