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Flights to Siem Reap

Cheap Flights to Siem Reap

Seeking a decent, yet enjoyable, spot for an unforgettable holiday? Siem Reap is the place for you, no doubt. Famous for the breathtaking Angkor archaeological site, this iconic city nicely narrates the Khmer empire’s tale - he ruled South-East Asia starting from 9th to 14th century. There are numerous centuries-old temples, and the sheer grandeur of these establishments is unmissable. The illustrious Angkor Wat temple is meticulously carved with over 2000 Apsaras (divine female spirits), and each sculpture tells an extraordinary story.

The pond in the northern side mirrors the sunlight of the dawn, exhibiting the temple in all its glory. Other notable spots comprise the ruins of Angkor Tham and Ta Prohm temple. In spite of ancient monuments and historical temples, Siem Reap’s main city is startlingly contemporary as well. Catering millions of travellers every year, this marvellous city has everything needed such as cafes, bars, restaurants, clubs and buzzing midnight markets and bazaars as well.

If you want to make some new memories, book your flight to Siem Reap amidst November and March - it is the most ideal time due to its favourable temperatures and pleasant nights. Although, all budget travellers should consider visiting the city amid June and October; it is the off-season period, therefore, low-cost flight deals.

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