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Siem Reap, a resort town in northwestern Cambodia, is the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, the seat of the Khmer kingdom from the 9th–15th centuries. Angkor’s vast complex of intricate stone buildings includes preserved Angkor Wat, the main temple, which is pictured on Cambodia’s flag. Giant, mysterious faces are carved into the Bayon Temple at Angkor Thom. Angkor Who? Find out what else there is to see and do in this Cambodian center of culture. With glittering temples, great street food and bustling markets to explore, it's easy to see why travelers are flocking to Siem Reap.


There’s no right or wrong way, but there’s a way to visit them to avoid the crowds. Start with Angkor Wat at sunrise, landing a spot either just outside of the temple, or inside by the famous lake so that you can snap that iconic reflection photo.
Those looking to explore more temples, but have no time to spare, should go to the 10th century temple Banteay Srei. For the more adventurous you can take a one-hour ride outside of town to Beng Mealea, which takes on a quiet beauty with the surrounding jungle.
Those that want to marvel at the fisherman way of life will want to visit Tonle Sap Lake. This is Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake, but the real treat is seeing how the fisherman lives. Wooden houses are built on long, sturdy stilts to avoid getting soaked by the flooding that makes this area so perfect for fishing.
Only open to tourists since the 1990s, Cambodia is a country still living through the legacy of its worn-torn past. A visit to the Landmine Museum is a great chance to learn about its history and relations with its powerful neighbour, Vietnam. Founded by a former child soldier, it's a place of ihstorical imporatnace and quiet reflection.

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