While Angkor Wat remains the top draw for travelers to Cambodia, Siam Reap is much more than a gateway to the ancient Angkor ruins. The town offers many immersive experiences to understand the Khmer history and culture. Sample the delectable Khmer curry, shop for handicrafts and spices at the Old Market, rejuvenate yourself at the world class spas, and party the night away at the rambunctious Pub Street.
If you have an Indian passport, you can get a Visa on Arrival at Cambodia. Siem Reap is accessible via Bangkok. While November to March is the peak season with hardly any rain, it also sees a lot of visitors. So, if you don’t mind the rains the Monsoon season between June to September is still a great time to let Siem Reap surprise you. Presenting the essential 48-hour itinerary for your Angkor holiday.