Obviously we all come to Siem Reap to visit the huge temple complexes outside of town – But when it’s raining? Really, its pretty hard to appreciate the temples when its pissing it down. Sadly on my last trip we found that it rained pretty much all the time – so we learned a little about the town.
Anyway, my little list
3. Eat – There a literally hundreds of options in Siem Reap for food. From local food down the market, to upmarket French – And everything in between. Fresh morning pastries at The blue pumpkin are my personal favourite.
5. Do nothing – Just kick back on your balcony and relax – and hang with the praying mantis as we did. Sometimes it’s good just to have a rest from all the people trying to sell you stuff, take you on tours, have you eat in their restaurants……Don’t forget you’re on holiday