The expert tourism team at Baby Elephant is ready to share the magic of Siem Reap with you.
Between the Angkor Archaeological Park, the sacred Kulen mountain, the Tonle Sap Lake (aka the beating heart of Cambodia), the rolling rice fields and coconut trees dotting the countryside, and the charming township of Siem Reap itself, we can help you fill days and even weeks with enriching and amazing experience.
Miss Kim and her staff offer all sorts of trips which they can book for you and if you want something else they will organise it. We went on a trip to the Tonle Sap lake with a lunch on a boat after a tour round the floating villages, it was really good…very small group and they picked us up from the hotel. We were having such a good time and as we hadn’t actually booked anything else at that point we decided to extend our stay, luckily we were able to keep our room.
At Baby Elephant Boutique Hotel, we look forward to sharing the magic of Siem Reap and Angkor Wat with you. You will be greeted by the Baby Elephant team, who are local tourism specialists. When you check in to the hotel, the team will assist you to map out your visit, answering your questions and preparing you for an enriching vacation. If you would like to pre-book tours and transport, we invite you to contact us so we can assist you.
Angkor Wat & Beyond
The mediaeval Khmer empire of Angkor was once the biggest city in the world. Built over the course of several centuries, the temples feature a wide range of architectural styles, incorporating both Buddhist and Hindu iconography. These marvelous examples of design and engineering are unlike anything else in the world. With seemingly endless breathtaking ruins to explore, surrounded by a historic moat and beautiful countryside and jungle, no trip to Southeast Asia is complete without visiting these temples.
Experience Tonle Sap Lake
Sacred Kulen Mountain
The sacred mountain of Phnom Kulen is a day-long journey that all intrepid travellers and lovers of tropical rainforests, hidden jungle archaeological wonders and waterfalls should take the time to visit.
Siem Reap Town
There is so much to explore in Siem Reap, with a bustling culture that changes throughout the day. Morning markets are exciting, during the day explore some of the old parts of Siem Reap, boutiques and cafes, and even visit pagodas, temples, the Royal Gardens, museums or the shocking killing fields of Siem Reap. At night see the town come alive with night markets, world-class restaurants, the circus, and the spectacle of Pub Street.
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