Cheap Flights to Siem Reap
Situated in northwest Cambodia, Siem Reap is most famous for being the gateway to the Angkor Temples. The town itself has seen a monumental grow spurt since 2000, with the village on the banks of the Siem Reap River transforming into a major tourist hub in Cambodia. It may have lost some of its rural and cultural charm in the process, but that’s just a pony or tuk-tuk ride down the road. Plus there’s everything from spas and resort pools, gourmet eateries to street food at the old markets and traditional shows and modern art galleries keep you occupied when you’re not out at the temples. Universal Traveller can help find you a cheap flight to Angkor Wat via Siem Reap, ask us how today.
Flights to Siem Reap arrive at Siem Reap International Airport (REP), Cambodia’s busiest airport. The airport is located a 10-minute drive from the city centre, accessible via taxi, minivan and tuk-tuk. Speak to your Universal Traveller travel consultant for advice on private transfers.
Siem Reap Flights
Flights from Australia to Siem Reap usually require one stopover in a Southeast Asian hub like Singapore. Flights from Melbourne to Siem Reap via Singapore take just over 10 hours and during the flight, airlines will provide drinks, meals and entertainment. Maybe even a blanky, should you get cold. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to the Siem Reap
Major airlines that fly to Siem Reap:
Siem Reap Holiday Packages
Get the most out of your Angkor Temple complex experience with the help of a guided tour – explore the structures and sculptures from the Khmer Empire in one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. Universal Traveller can arrange this into a holiday package that could look something like three days' worth of transfers, site entries, food and an experienced local tour guide, coupled with accommodation.
About Siem Reap
Angkor Archaeological Park contains the remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire from the 9th to the 15th century. Spread across some 400 square kilometres, the most famous are the Temple of Angkor Wat and the Bayon Temple. Angelina was kicking it at Ta Prohm as Lara Croft pre-Brad days. In Siem Reap itself, the main part of town - Sivatha Street and the Phsar Chas, is a mix of colonial buildings and shopping; Wat Bo is packed with guesthouses and restaurants, and you’ll find handicraft shops selling rubies and wood carvings in Psar Leu. There’s also old markets, night markets and floating markets waiting for you if you need a little retail therapy. For more information, read our destination guide to Siem Reap.
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