Siem Reap

1. Angkor Wat

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Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and the Egyptian Pyramids, the Great Wall of China, and the Indonesian Borobudur are also known as the “Four Ancient Miracles of the East”. They must taste his magnificent architecture and fine relief art. The buildings are more like Hindu. The sacred offering of God, the national flag of Cambodia is depicted above, and can be said to be a symbol of the national symbol.

2. Bayon Temple

The biggest feature of the Baiyin Temple is the composition of 54 pagodas of different sizes. Each pagoda is engraved with a four-faced Buddha with a smile. A total of 216 faces of mysterious smiles, facing the east, west, north and south, look carefully, their smiles are different! The name "Smile Khmer" comes from this!

3. Wat Bo Pagoda

Wobo Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in Siem Reap. It is necessary to take off your shoes before entering the Buddhist temple. Due to the hot weather, local people are used to wearing sandals and slippers; most of the shoes are placed on the ladder at will. Cambodians believe in piety. In all kinds of celebrations, most of them come to the Buddhist temple to worship and bring some food and money to contribute.

4. Tonle Sap Lake

Tonle Sap Lake is a very special water family (in fact, most of the Southeast Asian countries have floating villages), and Tonle Sap Lake is characterized by the fact that he is the only river in the world that reverses the flow due to different seasons. It is divided into rainy seasons (5-11). At the end of the month and the dry season (end of December-April), the village is small, but it is also a filth. There are schools, shops, barber shops, churches and temples. Come here to experience this kind of fun life on the water!

5. Elephant Terrace

Formerly the King’s parade, Angkor’s fighting platform was built at the end of the twelfth century. At the entrance to the elephant platform in the south, there is a pillar carved by an elephant's nose. The elephant's nose is rolled up by the lotus on the water. The elephant-shaped carving on this side is that Angkor has few vertical carvings and embossed design. The walls of the platform are carved. Some hunting scenes and elephants and other ornaments are very special!

6. Angkor Night Market

There are many night markets in Angkor, Cambodia. This is the most famous and most popular. It is close to the city center and has everything to do. It is the most popular Pub Street in Siem Reap. There are many Cambodian crafts and many massages. Shop, the price is slightly flatter than the outside.

Address: Angkor Night Market, Khum Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap

Business hours: 16:00-24:00

7.KOULEN MOUNTAIN

About two hours drive from downtown Siem Reap, although it is a mountain, it requires a ticket of 20 US dollars for admission, and it is necessary to pay attention to the fact that it is not allowed to go uphill after 12 years. There are thousands of underwater reliefs on this mountain, and there is also a reclining Buddha carved in the 16th century. When it comes to Lizhishan, the most attractive ones are two waterfalls. One of them is for everyone to swim. The water quality is quite clear. After a sweat in the hot summer days, it is very comfortable. Remember to bring cloth towels and swimsuits.

8.Bird Sanctuary And Biosphere Of Prek Toal

It is one of the three biospheres of Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia. It is home to a large number of rare birds, especially during the dry season from December to May. The number of birds is heaven-like. The best bird watching time is early morning or evening. There are simple accommodations nearby, as well as non-profit organizations planning a round-trip trip.

9.Flooded Forest of Kompong Phluk

The empty village of Cambodia is located deep in the swamp forest. Most of the houses are built on wooden piles of six or seven meters. It is absolutely magical and fascinating. Every time the Mekong River floods, the water level of Tonle Sap rises, and most of it is flooded here. However, when the lake receded, Shilin emerged from the water and formed a completely different scene.

10.Siem Reap Art Night Market

Another night market, which is visited by many people, is located on the east bank of the Siem Reap River. Due to the riverside of Siem Reap, there is an extra atmosphere at night. It is suitable for couples to come and walk together. There are also some artworks available for purchase. More specifically for young people.

11.Pub Street

This is the place where most foreigners gather in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It is full of blood in the evening and there are also many restaurants to choose from. There are quite a few shops selling seafood here, but they are all fresh or foreign, and the price is not high. If you don't particularly like it, let's endure it.

12.Cambodian Cultural Village

If you are interested in learning more about Cambodian culture, it is also quite suitable. They have a lot of different performances. If you want to get a good seat, you need to arrive ten to fifteen minutes earlier. Since more tours will come and there are not many exhibitions, It is advisable to watch the programs that you want to enjoy.