Good News! Silk d’Angkor Group joined force with School for a Happy Future! Silk Group will start training young people with practical skills, so they can find work and feel empowered to improve their living conditions. Last week, members of the management of Silk Group went to introduced themselves to the school, preparing food and bringing school materials for over 200 students.
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Picnic at Angkor Wat
Take an afternoon to enjoy the verdant gardens of Angkor Wat. Nothing better than eating & drinking surrounded by stunning temples. Silk d’Angkor Suite organize private picnic with different options to choose from.
Tour to Angkor Wat
See Angkor Wat, the pinnacle of the Khmer civilization and World Wonder. Stroll through this huge archaeological park with a guide that speak your language and discover ancient cities and temples, symbols of the country.
Now wondering what else to do in Siem Reap. “Go visit the Floating village” is the most common answer and we agree! Going through an authentic Siem Reap floating village is a real treat for those who have never seen similar things before.
You feel ready for something more adventurous? Try quad bike with your family and be ready to get muddy! An original way to visit Siem Reap surroundings.
Zipline Adventure at Angkor Park
The Zipline eco-adventure that has made Angkor famous. The only zipline tour inside Angkor Park is a safe, world-class adventure that is thrilling while maintaining an emphasis on safety, fun & education.
More than just a circus, the performers use theater, music, dance and modern circus arts to tell uniquely Cambodian stories; historical, folk and modern. The young circus artists will astonish you with their energy, emotion, enthusiasm and talent.
Take a relaxing walk along the river side to the Wat Polanka. Surrounded by mature trees, this temple was build on ancient structures dating back from the Angkor Period.
Aside from beliefs of its indestructibility, Preah Ang Chek Preah Ang Chorm shrine is also believed to bring good fortune to newly married couples and is therefore frequently visited by newlyweds on their wedding day.
A 15-minute stroll north from the Old Market, along the shady west bank of the Siem Reap River, with its ornate stone street lamps and hotch-potch of animal and religious sculptures, leads you to The Royal Gardens, the Siem Reap city centre’s only open public green space.
Looming large on the road to Angkor is the Angkor National Museum, a state-of-the-art showpiece on the Khmer civilization and the majesty of Angkor.
The market is popular with tourists in the city and sells souvenirs, including T-shirts, silverware, silk, wood and stone carvings, Buddhas, and other items.
Siem Reap’s original night market near Sivatha St has sprung countless copycats, but it remains the best and is well worth a browse.