Angkor Wat is a temple complex in Cambodia and the largest religious monument in the world, with the site measuring 162.6 hectares. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Come explore and experience them in style, with our expert multi-lingual
It’s no secret the main attraction of Siem Reap is the magnificent temples within the Angkor Archaeological Park. No trip to Cambodia is complete without a tour of the mysterious and breathtaking structures that have only recently been reclaimed from the jungle and open to visitors from around the world. The wonder that is the Angkor Archaeological Park, home to Angkor Wat, Bayon, Ta Prohm and dozens of other significant temples will take you on a spiritual journey, and it’s unlikely you will leave uninspired from the experience. Even more exciting are the sites of ancient ruins dotted around the outskirts of Siem Reap that have been little visited and have an amazing atmosphere of mystery surrounding them.
Flourishing Boutique can recommend several transportation and tour options to suit every traveller.
Aside from the grand temples, there is so much more to discover in this provincial city that opens its arms to visitors from around the globe and graces them with its rich culture. The staff at Flourishing Boutique have been trained in cultural awareness and customer service and have a good knowledge of the needs and desires of tourists to Cambodia.
Siem Reap is a great destination for tourists, as it offers a fusion of traditional Khmer, while still meeting the needs of Western travellers. The city centre itself is compact but bustling and full of local handicrafts, traditional massage, local markets, a surprising range of international restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
Outside the city centre there is much to offer also, with picturesque Lotus farms, rich Cambodian rice fields, natural water swimming at Boray, and the unforgettable Kulen Mountain, with its waterfall, dense untouched forest and spectacular rock carvings. There are many opportunities to visit traditional Khmer villages and help give back to the community. Siem Reap is also host to Phare cambodian circus which trains underprivileged youth, and regular concert by Beat Richner at the Angkor Hospital for children. Here you will also find the Cultural Village and Angkor National Museum.
For the adventure lover who has taken in the sites of Angkor and wanting to try more, there is Quad Bike Riding, Horse Riding, Hot Air Ballooning, Zipline, Helicopter rides, and rifle ranges. There are endless attractions available to keep you busy, aside from the spectacular temples. Culture lovers may like to observe traditional Apsara dancing, visit a pagoda, sample the local street food or take a cooking course, or join a yoga class. Bicycles are also available free of charge at Flourishing Boutique should you wish to explore the local village. There are many social enterprises in Siem Reap supported by NGO’s so that you can travel responsibly and give back to the community who has hosted you.
|Description||Car||Lexus SUV/ HighLander SUV||Mini Van||Remork/Tuk Tuk|
|+ Additional charge|
|Kompong Pluk (Tonle Sap Lake)||$15||$20||$25||$10|
|Chong Kneas (Tonle Sap Lake)||$15||$20||$25||$10|
|One Day (Angkor Wat Area)||English||Japanese||French/Chinese/Thai||German/Spanish/Italian|
|+ Additional Charges|