A sculpture, and ruins in Angkor Thom temple. Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom compound including Bayon are few of
the most important structures in Siem Reap which tourists do not want to miss.
The ruins of Ta Prohm. Trees are growing through the stone slabs of the ruins. With a good guide book or assistance
of a knowledgable guide people can get to know ancient civilization of Khmers and their culture.
Siem Reap town close to the site of roughly 9th to 13 century ancient Khmar temple ruins. Foreign and locally
invested hotels and tour companies, restaurants, transport companies, Internet and phones and communication
services, book and magazine shops and publishers, handicrafts and gift shops, suppliers of hotels and building
materials and equipment, banks, clinics, entertainment houses have been set up.
Aerial view shows some agriculture based community surrounding the now tourstic town of Siem Reap.
With the tourism boom and people looking for quick money the progress in the
production of basic human needs - healthy food and water - is either almost non existance or very slow to come about.
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