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Why visit Siem Reap? Siem Reap is the obvious choice as a home base for touring the temples of Angkor and while the temples will always take first place, Siem Reap is a welcoming city that could stand on its own.

Why visit Siem Reap? There is more to see than temples

Why visit Siem Reap? There is more to see than temples - Jetsetting Fools

While in Southeast Asia, we almost bypassed Cambodia – but we now know that would have been a mistake! Our last-minute decision to fly to Siem Reap on route from Vietnam to Thailand meant we would only have a week in the country, which was just enough time to thoroughly sightsee Angkor Wat and get a good feel for the city of Siem Reap. We spent one full day at Angkor Wat with a guide – and then returned a second day for sunrise and exploration of more temples on our own (with the hel

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Siem Reap is more than just a place to stay: Siem Reap is the obvious choice as a home base for touring the temples of Angkor and while the temples will always take first place, Siem Reap is a welcoming city that could stand on its own. It is...

Why visit Siem Reap? There is more to see than temples

Siem Reap is more than just a place to stay: Siem Reap is the obvious choice as a home base for touring the temples of Angkor and while the temples will always take first place, Siem Reap is a welcoming city that could stand on its own.

Off-the-beaten-path seems to be the latest travel buzz-phrase. Escaping the crowds, finding hidden gems and discovering untouched paradises are as trendy as owning a GoPro. Try as we might, we were beginning to lose hope that such places still existed. Every city we visit – even the ones that aren’t in American travel guidebooks – seems to have a paddle-wielding tour guide. Likewise, it hasn’t been uncommon to find the smallest villages with their own tourists offices. Th

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Packing List for Siem Reap: What to Wear in Angkor Wat #packing #tips #travel

Packing List for Siem Reap: What to Wear in Angkor Wat

Most people who visit Cambodia come for one reason – Angkor Wat. Read on and learn what to wear at Angkor Wat and the city of Siem Reap itself!

When we first decided to stay across the border north of Singapore in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, we thought it would just be a place to sleep and we would make the commute into the city each day. Johor Bahru, JB for short, is a little gritty, like Jersey to New York City.

Singapore Chinatown self-guided walking tour

Our first day on the Angkor Temple Tour Trail took us to the Big Three: Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom and Ta Prohm, but there is more to see at the UNESCO World Heritage Angkor Archaeological Park than just those...

Angkor Temple Tour Trail: Beyond the big 3

Our first day on the Angkor Temple Tour Trail took us to the Big Three: Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom and Ta Prohm, but there is more to see at the UNESCO World Heritage Angkor Archaeological Park than just those.

Everything you need to know as a tourist in Siem Reap Cambodia. Where to stay, tuktuk driver, temple tours, pub street, trekking, shopping, etc!! All here!

Temple Running in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Everything you need to know as a tourist in Siem Reap Cambodia. Where to stay, tuktuk driver, temple tours, pub street, trekking, shopping, etc!! All here!

Visiting the Temples of Angkor was the main reason for our trip to Siem Reap and we got to it straight away. Through our hotel, we booked a tuk-tuk and a personal guide for a 7:30am departure and prepared fora full day of visiting the Temples of Angkor.

Visiting the Temples of Angkor

Visiting the Temples of Angkor was the main reason for our trip to Siem Reap and we got to it straight away. Through our hotel, we booked a tuk-tuk and a personal guide for a departure and prepared fora full day of visiting the Temples of Angkor.

We have been able to celebrate Christmas for an entire month, spread over three countries and five cities (Lisbon, Barcelona, Seville, Madrid and Lecce), as celebrating Christams in Europe doesn’t end on December 25, but continues until January 6, the Day of the Epiphany.

Celebrating Christmas in Europe: A photo essay

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