Parks in Siem Reap

Top Parks in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Parks in Siem Reap

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  • LuizDutraNeto
    Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,613 contributions
    In the Northern part of Siem Reap, at the area around the junction of National Road #6 and Charles De Gaulle Boulevard, right in front of the "Royal Residence", you will find this park. It is mostly known as the "Royal Gardens", a denomination that joins together the neighboring "Royal Crusade for Independence Gardens" and "River Gardens". It is a historic park, as it was here that the lates King Sihanouk and General Lon Nol planned their crusade for Cambodia's independence from France's colonial rule. The park, with its beautiful gardens and manicured lawns, has become quite popular among local families and youngsters, as well as tourists, that can also enjoy its shrines, pagoda and coffee shop. Siem Reap's "Tourist Information Center" is also located on its grounds. Be aware that hundreds of "fruit bats" made the park their home and, therefore, it became also known as "Bat Park". At dusk, the bats wake up and fly around in their evening search for food and fruits. It is not a must visit, but if you are staying at any of the nearby hotels, you can easily take a nice walk along its many green and shaded alleys. "Pub Street" and "Old Market" are only a few minutes away by tuk-tuk. Enjoy!
    Written November 1, 2020
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  • bob2bkk
    Bangkok, Thailand5,780 contributions
    This park extends the lenght of the Siem Reap River in the center of town. There is a road on each side of the river and then the area from it to the river is a park. I doubt anyone visiting Sien Reap, unless there for an extended period of time, will use the park. You will see it and pass it if going over the bridges, or passing by the Art Market or Old Market areas. There are some hotels that face the park and river if you like that view.
    Written April 2, 2020
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  • bibi
    1 contribution
    A place to be for all nature lovers and the curious who want to know a little more than the temples: the Angkor forest!
    Written November 18, 2020
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