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Siem Reap is a well travelled little town in northern Cambodia, popular with both backpackers and keen archaeologists. Thanks it’s proximity to the Angkor Archaeological Park, Siem Reap has developed into a major tourist hotspot, full of places to stay and gems for seeking out dinner. Angkor Wat is closer to the north of Siem Reap, so that’s where you need to be if you’re here purely on a temple-trekking agenda. However, the south of Siem Reap is wonderfully social and you can get some excellent Cambodian street food in the night markets!

Central Siem Reap

There tends to be a few different ‘areas’ for different activities in Siem Reap, but the hotels in central Siem Reap seem to get the best of both worlds. There are enough dining and drinking options to keep you happy after a day’s sight seeing, as well as landmarks like the Royal Residences and Gardens to fill those extra empty days with. The hotels, once again, are very affordable, however there are more luxe options if you fancy a little bit of TLC.

Trang & The Angkor Temple

Just north of the city centre, there is a handful of boutique hotels and villas, just right for sight seeing city breaks in Siem Reap. Whilst these are a little pricier than those in the centre, you pay for your location, close by to both the Angkor Temples, but away from the busy streets of the city.

Old Market Area

It all kicks off after dark in the Old Market area (in a good way!). This is where you can find some of Siem Reap’s best night markets, as well as the traditional Old Market - Phsar Chas. Stay in one of the friendly hostels of Street 8, more affectionately known as Pub Street, to see Siem Reap’s social scene. Culture vultures just here for the food might want to take a look at the hotels on the other side of the river, if you fancy a good nights sleep.

Wat Bo

Wat Bo is one of the main temples in Siem Reap, therefore there’s a great choice of accommodation surrounding the temple. In particular, this area is full of guesthouses and inns that make cosy little getaways in the heart of the city.