Beyond the tours to Angkor Wat and other popular attractions in Siem Reap, there’s a side of the town most visitors to Cambodia don’t get to see – the tireless work of local NGOs helping the rural poor.
Join Khiri Travel Cambodia’s leisurely bike ride into the countryside around Siem Reap that takes you to shop at a local market, cook lunch with a Khmer family and chat with monks at a local village temple.
Join Khiri Travel Cambodia on its artisan shopping tour, offering an exclusive look at Siem Reap’s art world: the works of international photographers and painters, local designers, antiques and even ancient relics.
This boutique hotel in Siem Reap hotel offers location, a unique style and prides itself on customer service.
Cambodia is a complete destination in itself but also offers these easy connections via flights or many open border crossings to neighboring countries.
Combine a visit to Angkor Wat with the comfort and relaxation available at this wellness resort that offers daily yoga and top-notch services.
Khiri Travel Cambodia Country Manager, Miles Gravett, relates how a visit to Angkor Wat is different when experienced from the seat of a bike.
Step back in time with an ox cart ride through the rice fields and villages of Cambodia, an age-old form of transport still used by local farmers today.
Three historical periods in Cambodia’s past inspired the architectural highlights of this country, arguably the most magnificent in Southeast Asia.
Go beyond Angkor Wat for some extreme adventure like spending a few days trekking in the jungles of Mondulkiri, sleeping in a hammock and encountering wild elephants.