1. Amansara Resort

Krong Siem Reap 93101, Cambodia

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Amansara, a 24-room resort in New Khmer architectural style, originally a royal villa, now offers unique features like a circular dining room and irregularly shaped pool for privacy. Rooms open to private pools, providing cultural experiences with amenities such as exotic fruit plates, lotus flower folding lessons, and local therapist massages.

2. Shinta Mani Angkor

Oum Khun St and 14th street, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

Renowned architect-landscape designer Bill Bensley created the unique, luxurious Shinta Mani complex in Siem Reap, inspired by Jackie Kennedy’s visit. Each accommodation comes with a personal butler for an exclusive experience.

3. Malis Restaurant

Phnom, 136 Norodom Blvd, Penh 12301, Cambodia

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An elegant restaurant by the Siem Reap River serves vibrant Cambodian cuisine. Guests can enjoy a variety of dishes from the extensive menu, showcasing diverse flavors, textures, and cooking styles.

4. Kroya Restaurant

Shinta Mani Hotel, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

 Kroya at Shinta Mani Angkor offers a multisensory dining experience with visually stunning design and diverse flavors like local prawns and frog legs. The menu includes a delicious duck soup with a rich broth.

5. Angkor Wat

Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

Photo by Pakawat Thongcharoen

Angkor Wat, a Hindu-Buddhist temple complex in Cambodia, spans 162.6 hectares (1,626,000 m2; 402 acres) within the historic Khmer capital city of Angkor. Recognized by Guinness World Records as the largest religious structure globally, it was initially built as a Hindu temple honoring Vishnu but was later converted into a Buddhist temple by the century’s end.

6. Koh Ker Temple

Preah Vihear, Cambodia

Photo via visitkohrong.com

Koh Ker was the capital of the Khmer Empire from 928 AD to 944 AD, briefly interrupting Angkor’s 500-year rule. King Jayavarman IV founded it to address a succession problem. The main attraction, Prasat Thom, is a seven-tiered pyramid temple. Visitors can explore the surrounding ruins with a guide, and a day trip from Siem Reap is recommended. Situated 100 km northeast, it is accessible via National Highway 6, which includes a toll road section.

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