Siem Reap is arguably the most popular destination in Cambodia. It is the gateway to the Temples of Angkor, located only a short drive away from the iconic temples and landmarks.
You’re probably expecting a very tranquil environment when you arrive at Angkor Wat. You and a few others, spread out around the lake, with no one getting in your way and endless opportunities to really set up your camera and settings.
Sarai Resort is in a great location – within walking distance of Pub Street and the Angkor Night Market (both less than 1km or 10 minutes walk away), with several restaurants and cheap bars close by if you don’t want to go all the way out to Pub Street.
Known for it’s incredible ancient temples, beautiful sunsets and dynamic history, it’s easy to see why Angkor is such a special place in Southeast Asia.
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