Go into the Wild in Beautiful Siem Reap

Venture beyond the temples of Angkor Wat and experience nature’s treasures throughout the Siem Reap province.

Rescued animals are the stars of Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity, Cambodia’s first centre dedicated to conserving wildlife and biodiversity. Along with reptiles, raptors and pangolins, you may also see the giant ibis — the country’s rare and endangered national bird.

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See Why Siem Reap Is a Foodie’s Paradise

Known far and wide as the gateway to Angkor Wat, Siem Reap and its surrounding areas have long attracted culture seekers from around the world. Captivating these global travellers is a culinary scene that appeals to every palate. You can spend your entire journey savouring authentic Khmer cuisine or leap between international flavours that suit your every craving.

The centre of all the action lies on Street 8, also known as Pub Street. Always on with a colourful and chaotic energy, this central hub has everything you could need from a quick snack to a late-night feast. The mouthwatering scent of freshly grilled Cambodian barbeque will keep you coming back for more, while traditional Khmer restaurants tantalise with flavourful curries and other comfort food. From street food and stalls to an array of global cuisine, you have your pick of dining experiences in one easy-to-navigate zone.

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Follow the the Siem Reap waters

Cool off on a boat ride from Siem Reap, and get to know this region of Cambodia from a different point of view. Tonlé Sap Lake, part of the Mekong River system, is the largest freshwater body of water in the country and is a thriving habitat for floating villages and a biodiverse ecosystem. Within the larger UNESCO-listed Tonlé Sap Biosphere Reserve, the massive lake is framed by the Dângrêk Mountains to the north and the Cardamom Mountains to the southwest.

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