A travel guide to Cambodia including detailed accommodation, restaurant and attraction information. Cambodia, officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia, is a country located in the southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. 
Discover the mysteries of Angkor, the capital city of the Khmer Empire and be awestruck by the grandeur of the temples of the Angkor region.
Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat is located near the town of Siam Reap. Many people are amazed at the size of Angkor Wat. The site covers about 500 acres, which is similar in size as 380 football fields! 

The Bayon is a well-known and richly decorated Khmer temple at Angkor in Cambodia. Built in the late 12th century or early 13th century, the Bayon stands at the center of Jayavarman’s capital, Angkor Thom. The Bayon’s most distinctive feature is the multitude of serene and massive stone faces on the many towers. The temple is known also for two impressive sets of bas-reliefs, which present an unusual combination of mythological, historical, and mundane scenes.

Ta Prohm
The temple is held in a stranglehold of trees. Stone and wood press-stud each other in grim opposition; yet all is noiseless and stagnant, without any visible movement to indicate their struggle as if they were combatants suddenly alarmed, struck still in the middle of a fight, the rounds in this fight were not measured by minutes, but by eras.







Banteay Kdei 
It is in the Bayon architectural style, similar in plan to Ta Prohm and Preah Khan, but less complex and smaller. Its structures are contained within two successive enclosure walls, and consist of two concentric galleries from which emerge towers, preceded to the east by a cloister.



Ta Keo
A pyramid of five levels reaching a total height of 40m – the first two forms the base of two enclosing courtyards, one surrounded by a simple wall and the other by a gallery, while the last three, through proportional reduction are a massive artificial plinth for the quincunx of sanctuaries. Takeo was also the first temple which was built with the biggest blocks of sandstone in Angkor time.

Neak Pean
A small island temple located in the middle of the last baray (the Preah Khan Baray or Jayatataka) to be constructed by a Khmer king in the Angkor area. The central temple sits at the axis of a cross or lotus pattern of eight pools. 




East Mebon
The inner enclosure that is about 75 meters wide contains the second platform, that also has a guarding elephant on each of its corners. In the corners of the inner enclosure are five laterite structures called libraries. At the entrance gates to the inner enclosure stand eight sanctuaries, in pairs of two. Each contained a linga in a different form. Its colonettes are sculpted in great detail.





Ta Som
The layout of the temple is an extremely simplified version of Banteay Kdei or Ta Prohm. The outer laterite wall, now mostly vanished, measured 240 x 200 meters, within which sat a second enclosure surrounded by a moat. The inner enclosure is a rectangle with four corner towers and four gateways at each of the cardinal directions, with a central free-standing tower in the middle. Apart from two ‘libraries’ of varying size there are no ancillary buildings.






Pre Rup

The temple’s name is a comparatively modern one meaning “turn the body”. This reflects the common belief among Cambodians that funerals were conducted at the temple, with the ashes of the body being ritually rotated in different directions as the service progressed.




Phnom Bakheng
A Hindu and Buddhist temple in the form of a temple mountain. The golden hues of the setting sun on this vista are a memorable sight. 
Angkor Silk Farm 
The Angkor Silk farm offers free guided tours of the process from the mulberry bushes cultivation to the production of silk fabrics and accessories. 

As the Silk Farm covers an area of 8 hectares, of which 5 are used for the mulberry trees plantation, you will enjoy the beautiful setting while learning about the fascinating process of silk-making.

UngD Angkor Suite 
For travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Siem Reap, UngD Angkor Suite is the perfect choice. Set 2.1km from the excitement of the city, this 4-star hotel commands an excellent location and provides access to the city’s biggest attractions. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations.
At UngD Angkor Suite, every effort is made to make guests feel comfortable. To do so, the hotel provides the best in services and amenities.
Enjoy unparalleled services and a truly prestigious address at the UngD Angkor Suite! 

Food is very cheap in Cambodia. While local street vendors will cost you about $1-2 USD per meal, basic restaurant meals cost between $3-5 USD. The price range for western meals at a decent restaurants is between $5 -15 USD per person. If you want to splurge, you can get some really world-class food in Phnom Phen these days for around $8-10 USD.  

Khmer Kitchen Restaurant 
It was the only restaurant on the pedestrian alley that parallels Pub Street on its southeastern side. Dinner ranging from back packers to upmarket tourists keep returning for local fare like chicken soup with lemon grass, lime and mint.
Cambodia Traditional Chef
One of the best Cambodian village cooking plus some western dishes
including vegetarian options.
A family-run restaurant with healthy home-cooking. 



One of the best Amok Fish in Siem Reap! So damn good!
Siem Reap’s nightlife scene comprises lively bars, cocktail lounges, international restaurants and vibrant nightclubs that stay open (and busy) until 04:00 every day.
Siem Reap Art Center Market 
Located on the east bank of the Siem Reap River, opposite the Old Market Phsar Chas. As an arts market, there are many souvenirs to choose from.
Art Center Night Market features a wide range of fair-trade souvenirs and handicrafts, with 10% of profits earmarked for funding a local orphanage.
Pub Street
For backpackers, Pub Street in downtown Siem Reap is ideal for a night out of bar-hopping with like-minded travellers as its numerous bars are easily accessible on foot while unique cocktails and beers cost only US$1 (or less) during happy hour. 
Fried Ice Cream 
Banana Pancake

Chicken Skewer

Pho Yong Beef Noodles 
Noodles soup served with various cuts of beef and onions. 

Triangle Restaurant-Lounge-Bar

Centrally located right next to Pub Street in the heart of Siem Reap. The perfect place to chat to friends and prepare for your next journey. We serenade you with relaxing background music. 








Grilled Fish 

The Red Piano 

Red Piano is one of the popular Cambodian restaurants in Siem Reap. It’s mostly remembered as Angelina Jolie’s hangout when she made the Tomb Raider movie. A great place to hang out with friends especially during happy hour! 


Angkor Beer is a Cambodian beer. It is named after the iconic Khmer Angkor temples near Siem Reap, and is the most widely consumed beer in Cambodia.
Angkor What? Bar
Great music, fun atmosphere, loads of drinks specials and cracking Happy Hour.


Write on the walls! 


Hard Rock Cafe Angkor
Enjoy good food and a lively atmosphere at Hard Rock Cafe Angkor. Situated in an old colonial-style building in the historic city center, our two-story restaurant features 160 seats indoors and a large, 80-seat terrace overlooking the Siem Reap.