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Siem Reap Travel Guide

Getting Around Siem Reap

All modes of transport arrive in Siem Reap; an airport lands planes from all over South East Asia, a ferry arrives via Tonlé Sap Lake from Phnom Phen and buses arrive from all over the country (and also from Thailand and Laos). A terrible road leads to Siem Reap from the Thai border, but a six hour stretch from Phnom Phen is easy riding. Coercion from bus guides to stay in their associated hotels is common but finding available accommodation elsewhere is usually easy. There are taxis, rental cars, buses and tuk-tuks available throughout the city, while renting a bicycle or scooter is also an option. There are many attractions in the city and surrounds that can easily be reached on foot.

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