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Siem Reap Cambodia
Gateway City to Angkor Wat Temple.

Siem Reap City is a city of contrast. Part of it still have the quiet small town feel, while part of it is starting to show the hussle of a fast developing major tourist City. Located a few km from the famous Angkor Archaelogical Park, the city is surrounded by rice fields, the Siem Reap River, and Tonle Sap Lake.

As the gateway to Angkor Wat, the city has changed to cater for almost all tastes. From bargain seeking backpackers with $3 a night accomodation and 50c a draft beer, to equasite hotels in the $500 a night range that come with your own private car and driver to take you anywhere you want to go, 24/7.

Local roadside Khmer restuarnts and shops stand shoulder to shoulder with luxery restuarnts and upmarket boutiques.

Siem Reap can be reached via water boats, bus or taxi, and Siem Reap international airport.

The city turns around tourism, and booking tours, renewing visas, getting a bus to another country such as Vietnam or Thailand, is as easy as saying yes to the many tour operators that call for your business. With over 50 temples nearby, the Kulen waterfall and Kbal Spean in the mountian, plenty of rice fields and local villages, as well as floating lake villiages to see, you will be busy for days.

Hospitals
The Royal Angkor International Hospital

National Route #6 (Airport Road)
Phum Kasekam
Khum Sra Ngea
Siem Reap (Angkor)
Cambodia
Tel: (+855) 63 761 888 / (+855) 12 235 888 / (+855) 63 399 111
E-mail: info@royalangkorhospital.com
www.royalangkorhospital.com
Have 24 hour emergency and non-emergency ambulance services throughout the region.

Angkor Hospital for Children

(Expect a long wait.)
Tep Vong (Achamean) Road & Oum Chhay Street
Svay Dangkum
Siem Reap
Cambodia.
Tel: (+855) 63 963409
Fax: (+855) 63 760452
E-mail: ahc@angkorhospital.org
Website www.angkorhospital.org
Postal address:
P.O. Box 50, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Visitor Center opening hours:
Mon–Fri: 8am–12pm & 2pm– 5:30pm
Sat: 8am – 12pm

Clinics
Naga Clinic

660 Hup Guan Street (behind Central Market/ Old Market)
Siem Reap
Tel: (+855) 92 793 180 / (+855) 63 761 295 / (+855) 12 363 601
Website: www.nagahealthcare.com

Dentist

No. 545, National Road 6A, Siem Reap
E-mail idc@imiclinic.com
Tel (+855)63 76 76 18 / (+855)99 395 682

Police

Road to Airport
Kork Dong Village
Sangkat Teuk Vil
Pouk District
Siem Reap
Mobile Phone (+855) 12 630 863

Tourist Police

A police station is located opposite the main entrance/admission station to the Angkor Archaeological Park.
Tel: (+855) 12-402424 / (+855) 12-969991 / (+855) 12-838768

Ambulance

The Royal Angkor International Hospital
Tel: (+855) 63 761 888 / (+855) 12 235 888 / (+855) 63 399 111

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Additional books to enhance your Cambodia adventure

Angkor Wat & Cambodia
Visas, accommodation, transport, common scams, etiquette, shopping, and more, to save you money and time, and make your trip to Angkor Wat & Cambodia go smoother.

Cambodia: 50 Facts you Should Know When Visiting Cambodia
This book contains 56 important facts and tips that will help you save money, avoid common tourist scams, stay safe and maximize your Cambodian adventure.

Koh Ker Temple Site
Dotted around Koh Ker temple, are numerous other temples that should be included in a visit to Koh Ker Temple itself. This book is a picture guide to 21 temples at the site, to help you plan your visit and time, as well as learn more about this mysterious place.

Kbal Spean & Kulen Mountain
Get a feel for the 1.5km climb up the mountain to Kbal Spean with pictures that show you what to expect, as well as some of the lingas to be found at the top. Be amazed by an 8 meter long reclining Buddha that sits high atop a sandstone rock, and be breathless as you stand at the top of the Kulen Mountains range, with the Khmer empire at your feet.

Siem Reap: 20 Must See Attractions
Siem Reap, the gateway city to Angkor wat and Kulen mountain. This book gives 20 must see attraction in Siem Reap, other than temples.

Phnom Penh: 20 Must See Attractions
Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. Famous for its Royal Palace and Killing field, this book gives you 20 must see attractions when visiting Phnom Penh.

Kampot, Kep & Sihanoukville
This book covers three popular tourist towns close to the coast in Cambodia. The book includes popular attractions near or in each town, with pictures to show you what to expect, including directions and GPS coordinates.

Backpacking SouthEast Asia
This book gives tips and advice for visiting Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. Although the advice is applicable to most travelers, the book is directed towards backpackers.