Siem Reap province hardly needs much introduction, as it is the home of the majestic ancient ruins of the thousand-year-old city of Angkor, the former capital of the Khmer Empire, now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visiting Angkor Wat is often referred as the witnessing the most beautiful place in Cambodia. Its glorious past is reflected by its ancient temples still standing with gorgeous manmade dams and other gravity defying sculptures left abandoned in the jungle since the Ankgorian era. At the core, Angkor Wat is the world’s biggest religious monument and the most famous temple. In the surroundings, maint temples remains to be explored by adventurous tourists who sometimes sun bathe around and embrace the stunning art and style of Cambodia's mixed culture. As for contemporary Siem Reap city, it is vibrant and flourishing under tourism activities. It is easy for tourists to travel to Angkor Wat since it is easily accessible from Siem Reap's city center. Several Siem Reap day trips are available but most people start with a combination of a few days driving, cycling of walking around the historical temples and night enjoy the night market activities until the night life really comes to life. When you visit Siem Reap, tourists can enjoy gourmet food and entertaining bars and restaurants until the early morning. After a visit to Angkor Wat Cambodia, to fully experience life in Siem Reap, you might want to stay at least a week to explore the whole province and meddle with locals and the expat community whom has decided to settle down there after falling in love so much with the culture.
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