Bayon Temple, Angkor Thom, Angkor Archaeological Park
Angkor Road Photography Tours
First Class 4WD tours of remote Angkor temples for individual and small groups of photographers.
For small groups ranging from 1 to 10 participants. We specialize in Luxury Adventure Travel & Photo Tours in South East Asia. We can set the itinerary, or you can let us know what you are looking to do and we will set up the trip for you. We are based out of Thailand & Cambodia, so we are always available to conduct these tours, and unless we are already booked, can be hired on very short notice.
Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor
Royal Khmer Cuisine - Samlor Machu M'noas (Sour Fish Soup with Pineapple)
This is one of a series of Royal Khmer Cuisine dishes that I recently learned to prepare, at the Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor - Link to schedule of the COOKING CLASS AND THE ROYAL KHMER CUISINE
Royal Khmer Cuisine available from the Restaurant Le Grand - Explore the exotic tastes of fine Khmer cuisine at Restaurant Le Grand. In an idyllic atmosphere you will be able to enjoy the delights of original Cambodian dishes. Candlelight and a superb selection of wines available will make for a memorable night. Should you fancy Western cuisine, Restaurant Le Grand also offers a selection of Western dishes. Opening hours are 6.30-10.30pm.
Angkor Road News - Siem Reap Festivals & Events - 2011
Angkor Handicrafts Fair - in front of Raffles Hotel - January 25 - 29
Chinese New Year - Year of the Rabbit - February 3
Valentines Day - romance among the ruins - February 14
Khmer New Year - beginning of the rainy season - April 13-16
NEW Hotel Categories - Phnom Penh Hotels - Bangkok Hotels - Battambang Hotels
Where to Eat - Siem Reap Restaurants & Cafes
Blue Pumpkin - Restaurant, Ice Cream and Bakery. Multiple locations, very popular.
Cafe de la Paix - Delicatessen style sandwiches and great coffee.
Guru Mother Cafe - Exceptional meals prepared by the Japanese Owner/Chef
Le Tigre de Papier - Great pizzas, pastas, hamburgers, steaks, and Cambodian food.
Maharajah - The most authentic Indian food I have had in Siem Reap so far.
Red Piano - Very popular with tourists, great location on corner of Pub Street.
Soria Moria - Fusion Kitchen - Wat Bo Road. close to the Old market area.
Soup Dragon - The best place in town for Vietnamese food. See you there for the breakfast Pho.
Tomato Bar & Pizzeria - Great pizzas and pastas, $4.00 special for small pizza and drink.
Viva Mexican Cafe - Mexican food and great Frozen Margaritas makes this a favorite destination in Siem Reap.
Where to Stay - Siem Reap Hotels & Resorts
FCC Angkor Hotel - great river side location, elegant but affordable
Hotel de la Paix - ultra chic and modern the entire hotel is a work of art
Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor - stay in a piece of history, truly a grand hotel
Steung Siem Reap - in the best Old market location at an amazingly low price
Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa - colonial splendor in a quiet but central location
Where to Stay in Phnom Penh - Phnom Penh Hotels
Where to Stay in Battambang - Battambang Hotels
Where to Stay in Bangkok - Bangkok Hotels
On the Road - Traveling to Angkor Wat
Bangkok to Siem Reap - by plane, train, bus, taxi, and by boat, are the choices.
Phnom Penh to Siem Reap - this trip also has a choice of plane, bus, taxi and boats.
Singapore to Siem Reap - for this distance it obviously makes sense to fly.
Koh Kong to Siem Reap - report coming soon.
Saigon to Siem Reap - report coming soon
Angkor Archaeological Park - Angkor Thom - Remote Angkor Temples - Tonle Sap Lake
Angkor Wat brings the tourists to Cambodia and Siem Reap, but most visitors quickly realize that there is a lot more to see and either extend their trips, or start planning their next trip before the first one is even finished. The Tonle Sap 'floating village' Lake is also an experience that can never be described adequately in words, or even pictures. More than once has a visitor who initially did not even want to go on a 'boat ride', end up telling me it was the highlight of their visit to Cambodia.
Siem Reap Town - Hotels & Resorts - Guest Houses - Travel & Tours - Restaurants - Bars & Nightclubs
No longer a dusty small town at the edge of the jungle, Siem Reap is now a lively resort that has become a destination all on its own. Numerous five star hotels and resorts with spas and golf courses are bringing a growing crowd of well heeled tourists from Asian nations and around the world. Boutiques, art galleries, handicrafts centers, and a large number of international and Asian cuisine restaurants are keeping everyone entertained and well fed, when not trekking through the temples.
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