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Funan Era: Pictures of Cambodia Tour Services Private Tours, Siem Reap Temples: Angkor Wat is a temple compex at Angkor,Cambodia,built for the king Suryavarman II in the early 12th century as his state temple and capital city.............Details. BAYON is a well-known and richly decorated Khmer temple at Angkor in Cambodia............Details TAPROHM is the modern name of a temple at Angkor, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th ............Details: BANTEAY SREI s a 10th century Cambodian temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. Located in the area of Angkor in Cambodia...........Details KRAVAN TEMPLE - is a small 10th century temple consisting of five reddish brick towers on a common terrace, .........Details PRE RUP is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia, built as the state temple of Khmer king Rajendravarman and dedicated in 961 or early 962...........Deatails BAKONG TEMPLE is the first temple mountain of sandstone constructed by rulers of the Khmer empire at Angkor near modern Siem Reap in Cambodia...........Details KOMPONG KDEY is the oldest historical bridge in Cambodia, which was constructed during the era of the King Jayavaraman the VII.This Bridge is about 1000 years old with the length of 80m,width of about 12m. KOULEN MOUNTAINT is an isolated chain of small mountain plateaux of moderate height lying south of the Dângrêk Mountains, the range stretches for about 40 km in a WNW - ESE direction and is located some 48 km north of Siem Reap. TONLE SAP (LAKE) is a combined lake and river system of major importance to Cambodia.

The Tonlé Sap is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia and is an ecological hot spot that was designated as a UNESCO biosphere in 1997.............Details 1000 BUDDAS Angkor National Museum is a profound cultural landmark in Siem Reap placing in the area of 20,000 Sq.m. which combined ...........Details Cambodian Culture Village A unique, sprawling new cultural attraction in Siem Reap, intended to introduce the visitor to Cambodian culture and history.........Details (Khmer's bigest Handicraft Center) Free guided tours of the workshops of wood and stne carving. Polychromy lacquering and guilding, silver plating and silk painting, and then discover the fascinating boutique displaying a variety of arts and craftsmade by artisans from the workshops using traditional cultural craftsmanship, the whole Khmer silk production process is here Discover the world of silk from the growing of mulberry trees to the production of silf fabrics including tradional silk cloths such as Hol Silk, APSARA DANCE is the title of a Khmer classical dance created by the Royal Ballet of Cambodia in the mid-20th century under the patronage of Queen Sisowath Kossomak. The apsara is played by a woman, sewn into tight-fitting traditional dress,[1] whose graceful, sinuous gestures are codified to narrate classical .......Details ELEPHANT RIDING uring the day time, elephants await customers near Bayon Temple for the circle ride around the Bayon or at the South Gate of Angkor Thom for the transfer between the gate to the main temple; in the evening, elephants are stationed at the base of Bakheng hill(Where people view sunset/sunrise), ready to transport riders up the hill for sunset. ANGKOR BALOON Unique new addition to the Angkor area. Take a tethered helium balloon ride 200 meters straight up for an amazing aerial view of Angkor Wat, Phnom Bakheng, West Baray and other ruins amongst the surrounding jungle and rice paddies. Bring a camera and binoculars if you have them, the big, yellow balloon is based on the road from the airport to Angkor Wat, about a kilometer from the front gate of Angkor Wat. The balloon may operate base on weather Follow by Email

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Dear Visitors,Welcome to Cambodia Kingdom of Cambodia where the world heritage is ,and you will entertain your life with the exotic trip to Cambodia. I am very appreciated to looking forward your valuable stay as I am an English travel Guide which experiences more than years in the fields of Historical,Economy,Business,Culture,Geography,Religion,Entertainment,Hospitality,Customer Service and guide to the Angkorian regions. I am sure that when you stay with Cambodiawondertrip. you have a lot of fun,research,Case study, and the amazing Khmer Empire.


2011's Angkor Wat International Half Marathon was held on the 4th of December with other exciting events on the 3rd. 2011's Angkor Wat International Half Marathon held on the 4th of December 2011.

Be prepared yourself available to absorb the beautiful views from Angkor temple and run for the World Half Maraton.


Please be aware that this Marathon will be limited with slots in order to prevent any injuries and accidents. Details of the maximum slots will be updated soon and please ready to book with Cambodiawondertrip for your ticket and T-shirt, we are at your service.


PUB STREET OLD MARKET Chilling out at Pub Street has become one of the popular night activities in Siem Reap, at Pub Street, there are two rolls of bars and restaurants facing each other awaiting you to patronize. Too many dinning choices with fabulous “happy hour” deals like Angkor Draft Beer going at 50 cents(USD), Vodka Red Bull at USD1.50. Difficult to make a decision? Just hop from one pub to another since happy hour starts as early as 6pm! Pub Street is filled with tourists and hot music in the night. It is hassle free to walk through the street as Police blocked all vehicles from entering Pub Street in the evening.



Phsar Leu Thom Thmey (Big, New, Upper Market)

Phsar Leu is the main traditional market for the locals - an expansive market building full of vendors and stalls hawking everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to motorcycle parts, clothing and rice by the bushel. Not a good place to shop for souvenirs but a great place to see a bit of real Cambodia, the old Phsar Leu was torn down a few years ago and a new market building constructed and renamed ‘Phsar Leu Thom Thmey’ (Big, New Upper Market). Opens and closes with the sun. Busiest in the morning. Route #6, east of town center


ANGKOR NIGHT MARKET Angkor Night Market was established in 2007 at that time there’s no night market in the whole country of Cambodia, the market founders were careful not to create a tourist park, as in often case, there’s no warehouse like setting instead you will find smoothly laid out huts built from natural materials and design in beautiful Khmer style. Over the years we already have 200 souvenirs shops which sells traditional Cambodian handmade products from clothing’s, silk, arts, jewelries, wood and stone carvings. You can also watch the history of genocide during the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 – 1979 or the Cambodian landmine and the world largest snake harvest at our Movie Mall , after a tiring shopping you can pamper yourselves with our original Dr. Fish massage, Body and Feet massage and spa or relax at our two bars the superb Island Bar with its impressive bamboo tower and also the famous tiered lamp which you cannot find at other bars here in Siem Reap or the secluded Brick House bar located inside the tropical garden of the night market We also have a food court which offers Cambodian, Western, Asian cuisine and an ice cream parlor.


                                                                                                                                                                  • ANGKOR GOLF

Angkor Golf Resort voted TOP3 NEW COURSE in Asia by Asian Golf Monthly. Published january 2009. Asian Golf Monthly

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                                                          HORSE RANCH

rail Rides The Happy Ranch Horse Farm offers countryside trail rides from one hour to half a day, 4 hours. From sunrise to sunset, our horses will take you on a journey to places that are otherwise unreachable, through local countryside villages, scenic rice fields and tourist-free temple ruins, all waiting to be explored. An authentic taste of the real Khmer lifestyle viewed from horseback, and a welcome break from other tourists. Please book directly with the Happy Ranch Horse Farm to avoid disappointment and ensure a personalised experience, before booking please read the review of booking information.

                                                                         THE FLOATING VILLAGE

Kampong Phluk Floating Village, (off the Highway to Phnom Penh), this mangrove forest offers a much more authentic 'floating village experience' than the one close to the Tonlé Sap ferry harbour. This fascinating village on stilts can be reached by tuk-tuk from Siem Reap, it takes about 1 hour to reach the village, depending on the road conditions and water level. Depending on where you buy your tour, your haggling techniques and your initiative to book a tuk-tuk and boat ride yourself the price varies between US$7-60/person for a round trip. Beware of scam. When you reach the school in the village, tour guide will give you pack of exercise books and pencils as "a payment to village for visiting them", the queue of pupils will be longer than number of books you have. Immediately you receive next pack but then you will need to pay $9 for the second pack.

Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary 14. Jun, 2010 In Sangkar River, two hours boat trip from Siem Reap or Battambang, lies a magnificent Prek Toal Biosphere Reserve, the 31,282 hectares reserve is a haven for many bird species, including large water birds, such as Black-headed Ibis, Brahminy Kite, Herons, Kingfisher, Painted Stork, Milky Stork, Spot-billed Pelican, Grey-Headed Fish Eagle to name a few. Prek Toal is known to be the best water bird breeding ground in Southeast Asia. According to one local NGO Osmose, about a decade ago many birds are in near extinction since the locals over harvested their eggs. Today, the NGO helped the locals improving their lives through income generated from sustainable tourism, during the dry season (February and March are the best months) the birds gather at Prek Toal, making it the best season for bird watching. There are some solar powered guesthouses at the nearby floating village, however their numbers are limited; this is why the Biosphere is a great place to get away from the Temple frenzy. Visiting the sanctuary will cost you between US$ 55-75 including return boat trip, entrance fee and guided tour.

Siem Reap War Museum Photo of Siem Reap War MuseumThe bloodshed that has marred Cambodia’s recent history may not seem like something you’d want to spend an afternoon learning about, especially not in between visiting some of the world’s most amazing ancient religious temples, but this story is just a much a part of Khmer history as that of Angkor Wat. And it’s inescapable as you tour this country. Especially if you get one of the museum guides to take you around and they’re missing a limb and have shrapnel shards still showing blue though their skin as some travellers have reported, the Siem Reap War Museum is a collection of the vehicles and artillery used in the war. From Chinese and Russian tanks and helicopters donated by Vietnam, which hunker, rusting outside in the field to the small arms – which you’re allowed to handle! – to exhibitions showing how explosives and other weapons were made with what people had on hand. At the same time that China was supporting the Khmer Rouge, the US were supporting the Republican Army, and they dumped their Korean and WW11 weapons on Cambodia – this collection comes from both sides of the conflict. One of the most poignant parts of the collection must be the landmines which are still doing damage today. They’re designed to maim rather than kill, because if a soldier loses a leg it takes another two soldiers to carry him off the battlefield and then ties up the resources of the army with medical care. What an awful thought, but the photos of all the people, not just soldiers but children, who’ve lost limbs are worse. An awful experience, but like the Holocaust Museum in Hiroshima, one that aims to educate for a better world in the future.

Cambodia Landmine Museum - Siem Reap Aki Ray, the founder of the Cambodian Landmine Museum knows a lot about landmines and their terrible impact on his country, he first encountered mines as a Khmer Rouge child soldier. After many years of war, Aki turned his attention to their decommissioning - and developed amazing skills in this noble but deadly craft.

Cambodia,Cambodian Landmine Museum,Siem Reap Photo: Mark BowyerCambodian Landmine Museum - Siem Reap In the late 1990s, Aki opened a simple museum packed with decommissioned mines in a small shack not far from Siem Reap. Interest was huge but local officials weren’t pleased fearing the focus on landmines might deter travellers from visiting the temples.



In 2007, a new and a larger complex was setup not far from Banteay Srei temple following a partnership between Aki and a Canadian NGO, the museum’s role expanded into operating an orphanage and an educational facility for young victims of mines.

The current exhibit includes a chilling array of mines as well as an account on their horrendous ongoing toll.

                                                    SIEM REAP HOTELS

RAFFLE GRAND HOTEL


Grand Hotel dAngkor was first established in 1931 and provided accommodation for the wave of travellers for whom the Angkor Temples was an obligatory stopover. Reopened in 1997 after a restoration and refurbishment program by Raffles International,the hotel resumes its position as the premier resort hotel in Cambodia. A grand historic hotel, it is the place to stay in when visiting Angkor and is a destination unto itself. - Location: The Raffles Grand Hotel D’Angkor Siem Reap is centrally located in the city. Only minutes drive to the Angkor Temples and the local market. Experience the Cambodian friendly hospitality, magnificent garden and the refined atmosphere, the guest rooms are in an art deco country style with comfortable Cambodian furnishing. Transfer time from Siem Reap Airport is approximately 15 minutes drive away.Formerly known as the Grand Hotel D’Angkor . _________________________________________________________________________________ SOFITEL ROYAL ANGKOR Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra offers five-star accommodation close to the magnificent Angkor Wat World Heritage Site.Experience pure luxury-consistently rated as Siem Reap's best-which beautifully combines Khmer and French architectural design.Enjoy the Resort's many features including landscaped gardens,5 restaurants, 2 bars, conferencing facilities, indulgent Spa, Cambodia's largest free form swimming pool and the world class 18-hole golf course-the Phokeethra Country Club (25min drive from the hotel). Special features  :This Siem Reap luxury resort is close to the Angkor Wat, spectacular sunsets at the Bakheng Hill, Siem Reap River, Old market, 20 minutes away from the International Airport and just walking distance to Siem Reap National Museum.

LE MERIDIEN HOTEL Local Area Le Méridien Angkor is ideally located within minutes of the magnificent temples of Angkor, especially convenient for sunrise or sunset tours of the ancient monuments. Siem Reap International Airport is just 14 kilometers away, the sights and scenes of downtown Siem Reap and the countryside beyond are easily accessible.

Explore the most famous of all the temples on the Angkor plain, Angkor Wat, the nearby temple complex covers 81 hectares. Its distinctive five towers symbolize Meru's five peaks, the enclosed wall represents the mountains at the edge of the world, and the surrounding moat symbolizes the ocean beyond sunset from Phnom Bakheng, one of two hills dominating the plain of Angkor.

SIEM REAP SOUVENIR SHOPPING Artisan Dángkor Artisans d’Angkor, located on Stung Thmey Street near the Old Market, provides an insight to the amazing skilled craftsmanship of Cambodian traditional handicrafts. Originally established as an association by Chantiers-Ecoles, Artisans d’Angkor has grown to be a self-financed company today, having trained young Cambodians in recreating the arts of their cultural heritage and at the same time offering them the opportunity to earn income for their families.

Free Silk Farm Visit 16 kms to the west of Siem Reap


There is a Silk Farm 16 kms to the west of Siem Reap; This silk farm is a worthwhile place to see a slice of Cambodian rural industry. Set amongst fields of mulberry trees, the silk farm is a working factory farm, producing some of the finest silk in the country. Entry is free of charge. A Traditional silk weaver in the Siem Reap Silk Farm Working with the silk loom Traditional silk weaver Working with the silk loom

Gemstone Place Most Cambodians wish to possess a gemstone from Pailin. Indeed, it is possible for visitors to buy gemstones in Pailin, notably rubies, sapphires, topaz, and opals. There are many small stores around town advertising the buying and selling of rubies and sapphires. Much of the ‘mining’ is simply done by local inhabitants looking for gemstones in the gravel after the rain or digging for mining by hands. If you want to buy an inexpensive souvenir stone, you won’t be disappointed, and you can find what you like in Pailin.

ProvincesTakeoCambodia Natural Stone

Precious natural stones are available in Cambodia since ancient times, during the last decades the most famous and high-price stone had been Pailin’s gems and stones. However, not only in Pailin but also in Mondul Kiri, Rattanak Kiri, and Takeo valuable natural stones are available which can be processed into attractive gem and jewelry products.

   Natural resources: Gems/stones that are used commercially include Topass, Chiline, Akomirine which are available at Baryongkor Mountain and Veal Sbaove Moutain.
   Market: Domestic market.


                                                    CAMBODIAN PALM SUGAR

A Cambodian woman produces palm sugar from palm juice at Lar Peang village, Kampong Chhnang province, about 50 kilometers (31 miles) north of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2009. Traditionally, some rural people spend time to collect the palm juice to produce palm sugar to earn extra income after the rice harvested season.(AP Photo/Heng Sinith)

A Cambodian man sits on the top of a palm tree as he collects palm juice at Lar Peang village, Kampong Chhnang province, about 50 kilometers (31 miles) north of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2009. Traditionally, some rural people spend time to collect the palm juice to produce palm sugar to earn extra income after the rice harvested season.(AP Photo/Heng Sinith)

A Cambodian man climbs up a palm tree for collecting palm juice at Lar Peang village, Kampong Chhnang province, about 50 kilometers (31 miles) north of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2009. Traditionally, some rural people spend time to collect the palm juice to produce palm sugar to earn extra income after the rice harvested season.(AP Photo/Heng Sinith)

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