Things to do in Siem Reap :
Tonle Sap Lake (Floating Villages)
Embark on a traditional wooden boat to visit the floating villages on the great lake of Tonle Sap. There is an opportunity to stop at the small floating schools and give materials (which can be bought somewhere in the village) to the students. The boat goes on to Tonle Sap Lake.
Quad Adventure through Cambodian Countryside
A new way to explore the countryside of Cambodia – in a spirit of discovery and respect. The Quad adventure offers the chance to know isolated villages and their welcoming inhabitants, to cross paddy fields on easy & bumpy dirt roads and to meet monks at a local pagoda. (Guided tours from 45 minutes up to 1 day are available for max. 16 pax)
You learn how to prepare traditional, delicious Khmer dishes under the guidance of an experienced, English-speaking teacher-chef. He will take you to the market, explain everything about Cambodian vegetables, herbs, spices and other ingredients and teach you the art of Khmer Cuisine. You cook while the teacher demonstrates and troubleshoots. You will not only prepare delicious meals, but also have a great time. You cook while the teacher demonstrates and troubleshoots. You will not only prepare delicious meals, but also have a great time.
Angkor National Museum
Angkor National Museum takes pride in revealing the royal historical path of this Golden Era of Khmer Kingdom through the state of the art multimedia technology to provide visitors a full picturesque story of the legend in an easy and understanding way.
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.
Free guide will explain great story of Artisans Angkor, from its origins as an educational project to today’s thriving social business. Then, walking peacefully from one workshop to another, you will have the opportunity to admire the knowledge and techniques of our artisans in stone and wood carving, lacquering, silver plating and silk painting.
Description: P1012263 National Center for Khmer Ceramic Revival is a non - profit and non-governmental organization aiming to rediscover and reintroduce Khmer ancestral pottery techniques and support the development of contemporary Khmer ceramic art. The guests will experience and learn the different steps of pottery using traditional Khmer techniques guided by professional potter from the center.
Senteurs d’Angkor prides itself on sourcing all of its products in Cambodia, from our raw ingredients to our packaging materials, which is not easy task. In line with our philosophy of ‘home-sourcing’, most of our packaging comes from the sugar palm tree, an abundant, natural and recyclable resource in Cambodia. This philosophy ensures that jobs and incomes stay within Cambodia, helping to address the country’s poverty and reduce dependence on imports. We use the finest raw ingredients sourced from all over the country.
Smile of Angkor
Explore the Legendary Dynasty of One thousand Years Ago.
“Smile of Angkor” is the first grand epic show that revives the Angkor dynasty in all aspects. From foundation to prosperity, tale to folk customs, past to present, Smile of Angkor expresses the original culture with the highest technology.
It’s a splendid performance, invested millions of dollar, directed by the experts of the Cambodia Culture and Fine Arts Ministry and the director team of the Closing Ceremony of 2008 Olympic Games....
Cambodian Cultural Village
Cambodian Cultural Village situated in Siem Reap province along the road number 6 distanced 3 Km from International Siem Reap Airport and 10 Km Angkor Wat temple the world heritage with 210 .000 square meter complexes. The construction of Cambodian Cultural Village started on the half of 2001 and officially grand open on the 1st January 2004.
Dinner with Apsara Dancing
The traditional Apsara Dancing will always present you with a story. The dancing performs a drama of the Cambodian daily living or history. Most of the dances find their origin in the 18th - 20th century. A lot of Royals of the Angkor period supported this art of dancing.
Dinner with SHADOW THEATRE
We have two different kind of Shadow puppet theatre. You have the Sbeik Thom which presents stories of the Reamker. The Sbeik Toot diplays heroes, love and battle stories. In both forms the puppets are held in front of a light behind a screen telling the story and creating the silhouette effect.