Siem Reap

Culture

An Art Lover’s Guide to Siem Reap

Veer off the archaeological trail to the art-gallery map and uncover some of Siem Reap’s contemporary spoils.

Food & Drink

The Grand Reawakening of Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor

A colonial time capsule in Siem Reap offers old-world pomp infused with authentic Cambodian flavor.

Inspiration

Where to go 2020

Twenty places to visit this year, including the majestic Hunza Valley, Bangkok for those with an appetite, and a new-look Kyoto.

Hotels & Resorts

FCC Angkor’s New Era of Style

With bespoke artisan décor, new luxury room categories and a vintage author’s theme, the refurbished FCC Angkor enters a new era of style. Ron Gluckman gets nostalgic.

Hotels & Resorts

Experience Good Living With Belmond

The acclaimed hotel group is redefining luxury through authentic local experiences.

Inspiration

Khmer Connection

Newly paved roads in Cambodia’s northeast make exploring via motorbike easier than ever. An intrepid solo trip around Banlung leads to natural discoveries and tasty local eateries and, best of all, that warm Khmer hospitality.

Hotels & Resorts

Amansara, Siem Reap

The 1960s are regarded as a gilded period of prosperity and peace for Cambodia. And the Amansara abounds with callbacks to this so-called Golden Era.

Hotels & Resorts

The 6 Best Hotels to Celebrate A Special Occasion

From a former royal guesthouse to a room with sweeping Mount Fuji views, these intimate, extravagant and picturesque resorts are just the spots to celebrate those once-in-a-lifetime moments.

Hotels & Resorts

Phum Baitang

If it’s good enough for the Tomb Raider, then it’s good enough for pretty much anybody. Angelina Jolie is just one of a host of A-listers who’ve stayed at this boutique.

Hotels & Resorts

Anantara Angkor Resort

Unlike many of the luxury resorts clustered around Siem Reap, this 39-room property aims to immerse guests in the local culture rather than cocoon them from it.

Hotels & Resorts

Park Hyatt Siem Reap

This five-star stunner aims to preserve the distinctly Khmer aesthetic of its former incarnation, while adding updated amenities and modern touches. The 104 guestrooms and 13 suites come fitted with thoughtful additions.

Hotels & Resorts

Shinta Mani Angkor

This Siem Reap favorite has undergone a complete renovation led by designer Bill Bensley. The new space employs black, white, gray and saffron to dramatic, geometric effect in the 39 rooms, Khmer fusion restaurant and pool bar.

Hotels & Resorts

Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor

Opened in 1932, this charming Raffles outpost is one of Siem Reap’s most established properties; it also boasts the town’s first cage elevator—an elegant, hand-operated structure that continues to ferry guests till this very day.