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Siem Reap Guide

What are Siem Reap’s most famous landmarks and monuments?

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat is Cambodia’s most visited landmark, and it’s a must-see for travellers who visit the country on flights to Siem Reap. Angkor Wat is a temple complex that’s the largest religious monument in the world, covering a massive 162 hectares. It was built in the 12th century, and its design influences come from Hinduism, Buddhism and traditional Khmer architecture. Different monuments and temples across Angkor Wat represent the different phases of life and death. Major Angkor Wat landmarks to see in between your return flights to Siem Reap include Angkor Wat Temple, Elephant Terrace, Bayon Temple, and Angkor Thom.

Kulen Nature Trails

There’s gorgeous countryside to see outside the city while holidaying on cheap flights to Siem Reap. Plan a day trip to the Kulen Nature Trails to get a fill of picture-perfect Cambodian landscapes and trade the hustle and bustle of the city for peaceful nature. Three different hiking trails wind their way through the rainforest, passing waterfalls, Cambodian wildlife, and ancient temples along the way. You could do a self-guided hike through the Kulen Nature Trails or hire a local guide to take you to the best spots and share information about the rainforest.

Angkor National Museum

Add the Angkor National Museum to your list of things to do if you’re hoping to learn about the Khmer Empire while visiting Cambodia on flights to Siem Reap. The Khmer Empire was a major power between the 9th and 15th centuries. Its territory encompassed modern-day Cambodia, plus parts of Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos. Exhibits showcase the many aspects of Khmer history and culture, including royalty, religion, art, and daily life. Learn about major Khmer temples and see artefacts that include a gallery of one thousand Buddha statues, stone inscriptions, and ancient clothing and jewellery.


What is the cost of visiting Siem Reap?

The official Cambodian currency is the riel, but you’ll also come across vendors who use USD while holidaying on flights to Siem Reap. Prepare for your holiday by exchanging some NZD into each of these currencies.

Get the best deal on hotel rooms by booking with Webjet. Have a look through the many accommodation options available through Webjet after you book airfare to Siem Reap. A hotel room in the centre of Siem Reap typically costs between $50 and $80 NZD per night.

Taxis are the quickest and easiest way to travel from Siem Reap International Airport (REP) to your hotel. Plan to spend about $10 USD ($16.10 NZD) for a taxi ride between Siem Reap International Airport (REP) and the city centre. Tuk tuks are another option for travellers holidaying on return flights to Siem Reap. A tuk tuk ride across central Siem Reap usually costs $2 USD ($3.20 NZD) or less. You could also hire a tuk tuk with driver for a full day for about $25 USD ($40.20 NZD). This is ideal for day trips to Angkor Wat and national parks outside of the city. The public bus is an option for budget travellers who book cheap flights to Siem Reap. Bus fare costs 1500 riel (60 cents NZD).

Angkor Wat is Siem Reap’s main attraction and a major aspect to budget for when you book tickets to Siem Reap. A one-day pass to Angkor Wat costs $37 USD ($59.50 NZD), and a three-day pass is $62 USD ($99.70 NZD). The National Museum is another popular attraction in Siem Reap. Entrance costs $12 USD ($19.30 NZD).


When is the best time to visit Siem Reap?

Cambodia has three distinct seasons that you may experience depending on the time of year you book airfare to Siem Reap. Dry season is between December and March and is the best time to book return flights to Siem Reap in terms of weather. Daytime temperatures are about 32°C, and humidity is low. However, the nice weather means this is the busiest season to book flights to Siem Reap. Reserve your accommodation early for the best rate, and arrive at Angkor Wat first thing in the morning to have the best chance of taking photos without too many other visitors crowding your shots!

Humidity and the heat rise in April and May. Daytime temperatures typically hit about 35°C. There are fewer tourists in April and May compared to the dry season, so it’s a good time to book tickets to Siem Reap if you want to avoid the peak crowds.

Consider booking cheap flights to Siem Reap between June and November if you’re after a bargain on accommodation and want to see Angkor Wat at its least busy. This is monsoon season in Cambodia, so it rains fairly often. On the bright side, showers typically don’t last long, and rain helps cool down daytime temperatures to about 32°C. Rainforests and national parks around Siem Reap are also at their most green and lush during this season.