Siem Reap Urban Adventures
Day tours, with a local
Siem Reap Urban Adventures offers sightseeing tours in Siem Reap that open the gateway to the amazing UNESCO World Heritage archaelogical site of Angkor. These 1000 year old ruins are the remains of the highly developed Khmer empire. Nestled between rice paddies and the Siem Reap River, and not far from the Tonle Sap Lake biosphere reserve, the township is a great base from which to explore.
To get a taste of the highlights of Angkor and to dig deeper into the heart and sole of Cambodia, join one of our Siem Reap Urban Adventures tours. Spend a day exploring the magnificent temples of the Angkor complex on Angkor Adventure. Begin with Angkor Wat - the most famous and well preserved of them all. Wander through the stunning Bayon with its 54 towers decorated with more than 200 enigmatice smiling faces. Enjoy a Khmer lunch and get in touch with your inner explorer as you wander around the jungle temple Ta Prohm.
Jump into a moto-remork (articulated moto-rickshaw) to visit a local fruit market and stroll through the alleyways of a bustling market. Then explore the stalls and bright lights at Siem Reap’s largest local picnic spot and try authentic Siem Reap street food.
Discover the Tonle Sap Secrets as you explore the backroads on this facinating journey in the Cambodian countryside. See seasonal activities like cricket catching, rice planting, fish smoking and prahoc making. Take a boat trip on the Tonle Sap Lake to one of the world's more productive bodies of fresh water - the Tonle Sap World Heritage Biosphere Reserve.
from 8 reviews
From USD 80.00
Like a good blockbuster, this best selling Siem Reap tour is entertaining, enthralling, and hard to pass up. See Angkors most famed temples from the serene smiling faces of Bayon to the tomb-raiding Ta Prohm, before devouring a Khmer feast fit for a king.more...
Tonle Sap Secrets
from 4 reviews
From USD 35.00
When the heat and crowds of the city get a bit much, join this Siem Reap tour to spend a day out on the water among the floating villages and farms of Tonle Sap. Recharge on the lake where villagers fish and farm is the perfect antidote to Angkor overload (it happens).more...
Siem Reap Street Food by Night
from 3 reviews
From USD 40.00
From a culture at least 3,000 years old, Khmer is one of the oldest cuisines in the world. Siem Reap’s street food has also been influenced by Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, and French techniques to form a style and flavour profile that is uniquely Cambodian. On this night-time food tour, we’ll hop on local transport and travel away from the tourist trail to sample authentic Siem Reap snacks, desserts, and Khmer cuisine staples. Delicious, authentic, and something you don’t want to miss.more...
Cambodian Cook-out From USD 45.00
Get to the heart of Cambodia — through its food! Take a trip into the Cambodian countryside and show off your cooking skills with this hands-on culinary adventure. You’ll whip up a 3-course gourmet meal, get to experience local village life, and, best of all, eat your culinary creations.more...
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05 Mar 2015 Mr Minear was an excellent tour guide on the food tour! Really enjoyed trying out the various local snacks.
15 Dec 2014 Great tour and great guide. I'll also be leaving a favorable review on Tripadvisor.
11 Sep 2014 I do NOT want my feed back posted. I had a great time and loved my guide.
13 Aug 2014 Gave a valuable insight into traditional cambodian food and lifestyle of the local people.
23 Dec 2013 Our Engish speaking guide Chino was very caring and knowlegeable and gave us a great tour, enhancing our whole experience in a very friendly manner and with great integrity. Highly recommended.
23 Dec 2013 Our guide Chanmol did a fantasatic job taking us on both the Tonle Sap Secrets and locals' night market tours. His enthusiasm, friendliness, great knowledge and very high level of English made our tours excellent value and enjoyment. He should be commended for such a great effort and skill.
21 Nov 2013 This was a great half day tour and would highly recommend it. The service from this company was great. I booked last minute and recieved a call the morning of the tour just to say they recieved my booking and were on there way. The only problem with the booking service is the timeframe of pickup 8-8.45 thats a big gap. Mr. Chanmol was the guide on this tour and he was amazing, he had extensive knowledge about the lake and the floating villages,was really friendly and spoke well. Overall was a great experience
24 May 2013 Mr Chanmol was a very knowledgeable and dedicated guide. Perhaps the whole day was a little too long in the heat & humidity and we were all flagging towards the end ! One suggestion - that you should provide cold water throughout the trip. We brought water along but used it up quickly in the heat
04 Apr 2013 Our guide was lovely, so caring. She was very knowledgeable on the temples.
11 Mar 2013 Had an excellent tour of the 3 key temples in the Angkor Archaeological park. Our guide, Keon LEE was excellent and very informative and even had good anecdotes to provide us a broad perspective of the history and culture of the Angor cities.
Our team is made up of enthusiastic and passionate people, just itching to show you a side of Siem Reap that sometimes goes unnoticed. The gem of Cambodia is its amazing people and culture. Through our adventures we will take travellers off the beaten track a little, and get a real taste of local life in Siem Reap.
Siem Reap Urban Adventures Crew at Kampot
Feels like: 39°C
Passing clouds. Extremely hot.
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