We don’t recommend using a dinghy to waddle your way to Tonle Sap Lake from Siem Reap (negotiating the foodgates will be troublesome). The easiest way to Cambodia's Great Lake takes about half an hour by road to the floating village and docks of Chnong Kneas.
You won't have to go very far in Siem Reap to get pampered in luxury. There are plenty of high end spas for toe to head treatment in style. Step into a world of personal service, attention to details, subdued atmosphere and heavenly relaxation.
Get pampered in Siem Reap, fruit baskets and champagne included. Mid-range spas offer massage, body and facial treatments rivaling some of the higher end hotels, but at a fraction of the cost.
Follow our Romantic Angkor Top 5 spots and let the magic of Angkor make you fall in love, encore. Old stones, a forest backdrop and a zest of adventure, that's romance, Angkor style.
Could do with a gentle rub of aching muscles? You don’t need to spend a fortune to enjoy soothing body treatments and traditional massages in Siem Reap!
Tired feet after clambering up the temples of Angkor? How about treating yourself to a facial and a Khmer traditional 4 hand massage at a spa in Siem Reap?
Cambodian classic rock from the 50s to 70s sounds like rock ’n’ roll, but with a Khmer twist: from surf guitars to psychedelic beats!
Cambodia’s official national currency is the riel (the unofficial one being the US dollar). The riel has been in use only since independence in 1953.
Money changers in Siem Reap will provide US dollars and Cambodian riels against major foreign currencies, and break large bills into smaller denominations.
Cambodia's three largest banks have several branches in Siem Reap. Cambodian ATMs will gladly accept Visa and Mastercard so you shouldn't have any issue withdrawing cash.