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This is my fourth visit to Siem Reap and I'm disappointed I hadn't visited here before. Our tuk tuk driver organised our tickets at the same cost as getting the. ourselves but he did organise us free audio recordings which saved us US$5. They were...More
The cultural village gets some good reports which we failed to be able to confirm from our side.
We were there over lunch time from 12:00 to about 2:30, which I think is the most quiet time there. If you want to go, go either...More
Everybody should come here if they love throwing their money away. I honestly can't think of anything worse to do.
It felt like this place got inspiration from a North Korean tourism camp. From the empty huts to the weird statues scattered throughout the place....More
This place was like being at a ghost town - there were like 5 workers in the entire "village" and they were all at the cafe. There were no shows or attractions. The miniatures were pretty cool. The zoo REALLY bummed us out. Save your...More
After Floating Village tour, I asked the guide to stop me there which he recommended a lot. A 15 dollars ticket including audio guide. After entrance, I started my guide but found the first 8 spots were before the entrance. Anyway, a lot of details...More
USD 15 which every tout will say it’s a must see in Siem Reap where in actual fact it’s a complete waste of time. Not only do you not learn anything, and there is pretty much nothing to see nor is there anybody really at...More
I don't really get why there are so many bad reviews of this place. It's basically like a miniature version of Cambodia and Cambodian culture in one park.
There are some cool sights, and you can explore the mini floating village, China town, the waterfall,...More
I’ve been to a better cultural village. The village is mainly on show. When there is no show, it became a spooky village. Not to insult but it became too quiet. There was no one around. No staff and no tourist. The houses were not...More