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Phare, The Cambodian Circus "Amazing vibe & energy, transforming the lives of Cambodian youth" Experience Siem Reap's most unique, authentic top rated (TripAdvisor & Lonely Planet) evening entertainment. More than just a circus, Phare, the Cambodian...more
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We were booked this performance by our hotel reception with a great seat for all of our family with children. My family and I really enjoy the show because it was really the only great show I had experienced in Siem Reap. We all keep...More
We went along to an early performance booked on recommendations from a local. We chose the C price tickets do knew we had to get there early to get a reasonable seat with a clear view. ( A and B are numbered ) It’s part...More
I saw a performance of “White Gold” and found it to be visually stunning. I enjoyed the incorporation of acrobatics, dance, music, storytelling, and even painting into the performance. It was definitely worth the visit. Be sure to book ahead as the shows sell-out easily...More
The circus was a highlight of our trip to Siem Reap. It sells out frequently so book ahead if you can. The performers were world class. The show was spectacular. The entire audience loved it, from young children to their grandparents. Also, the proceeds support...More
We saw "Same same but different", a series of sketches highlighting various daily interactions with people.
The entire performance was extremely high energy - all performers really contributed in unique, creative, and energetic ways. We saw a number of variations on juggling acts, trapeze, artists...More
The synopses pages give a fair idea, with photos and video, but understandably difficult to choose. "Khmer Metal" is very contemporary, edgy, provocative set in a rock bar (with all that entails). "Eclipse" is... More
The synopses pages give a fair idea, with photos and video, but understandably difficult to choose. "Khmer Metal" is very contemporary, edgy, provocative set in a rock bar (with all that entails). "Eclipse" is set in a traditional rural village with a lot of Cambodian legends and mysticism. Both are very high-energy with uniquely Cambodian story lines. Can't lose with either one.