In Siem Reap, after returning from the temple tours in the evening, many tourists are taken to the Pub Street to take advantage of the happy hour deals or a good meal. The street is so named because it is lined end to end on both sides by pubs, restaurants and shops. The street is closed to traffic in the evening; allowing pedestrians to stroll about freely. The street comes alive when the bars crank up the music and join the restaurants to spill their seats out onto the curbs. On this street, one can find bars and restaurants serving drinks and food of almost all culture and flavours. Here too are a few fine galleries for the discerning to enjoy.
Constructed for king Suryavarman II in the early twelfth century, Angkor Wat, the best-preserved temple in Angkor, is the epitome of the high classica...Read More