Magic at Siem Reap World Heritage sites
Siem Reap is the gateway to the Angkor temples UNESCO World Heritage sites. No matter your personal beliefs about the spiritual world, an enlightening experience awaits at the temples of Angkor. Your first steps in Siem Reap will be to walk and discover the UNESCO World Heritage site, especially the enigmatic Bayon, Ta Prohm and the magisterial Angkor Wat. These are the three most visited spots. You will admire the intricate towers and elaborate relief work dating back to the 12th century.
Explore the World Heritage sites from the air!
Our helicopter tour will immediately give you a true aerial insight into the extent of the World Heritage site of Angkor. You will fly over the magnificent Angkor Wat temple (a special authorization is requested), appreciate the spectacular expanse of the moat and forested areas around this temple. You will then go on and fly over Angkor Thom before you experience the spectacular view of Banteay Kdei, Sras Srang, Pre Rup and Eastern Mebon historical sites, as well as Phnom Bok and the Roluos Group including the 9th Century Bakong Temple with its magnificent architecture and picturesque moat. Flying further to Koh Ker will make this flight a truly special experience. Touch down and visit Banteay Srei before flying back to the airport, and you are ready for your international departure back home!
We need to arrange the ground staff and guides at each stop, as well as the exact helicopter itineraries and authorisations, which we will gladly do for you.
Explore the culinary landscape of Siem Reap
In the evening discover Siem Reap Cuisine on a private excursion aboard a tuk-tuk, the local mode of transportation. Sample Cambodia’s national dish. Imitate the locals and order plates of sticky lemongrass ribs in Nouveau Pho de Paris, or sample Cuisine Wat Damnak’s delectable Khmer tasting menu. Try the “Khmer Discovery” option, a tower of Khmer delicacies Mekong lobster with ginger; also on the list is the fried king crab leg with pek koa salad in Khmer dressing.
Cambodians perfected the art of blending spice paste using cinnamon, star anise, cardamom, ginger or turmeric. They add other native ingredients like galangal, garlic, shallots, lemongrass, cilantro, and kaffir lime leaves to these spices to make a complex spice blend known as “kroeung”.
Once you’ve sampled Khmer cuisine, you won’t turn back!