Last updated on August 15th, 2017
What to Do and See with a Few Hours or a Few Days in Angkor?
You only have a few days in Siem Reap? Plenty to do and to experience! Find out whether it's worthRead more.
Angkor Less Travelled Temples Itinerary
Away from the crowds, closer to local villages, these magnificent temples are wonders to behold for those who can takeRead more.
Sambor Prei Kuk : a pre-Angkorian gem in the forest
Sambor Prei Kuk, also known as Isanapura was the capital of Chenla in the 7th century. Most buildings were builtRead more.
Wat Athvea in Siem Reap, a mini-Angkor on the road to Phnom Krom
Wat Athvea is believed to have been built under the reign of King Suryavarman II in the late 11th orRead more.
Angkor’s Elephant Circle, Krol Romeas
Krol Romeas, the Elephant Circle, remains a mystery today. It seems to be one of the only non-religious structures inRead more.
Wat Preah Enkosei in Siem Reap : a modern wat in Angkorian ruins
Planning a Siem Reap wat tour? Wat Preah Enkosei is a great pagoda to start with. From here, you canRead more.
Angkor Temples with Kids: Top Tips for Child-Friendly Visits
Visiting Angkor with your little ones? What a great opportunity! The Temples of Angkor are a great playground for kidsRead more.
Kid’s Top 5 Angkor Temples
Gnarfgnarf's tips will help you enjoy Siem Reap with your children and little ones! This is a selection of kid-friendlyRead more.