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Cambodian Cooking Class from Siem Reap

1. Cambodian Cooking Class from Siem Reap

Try your hand at making delicious and authentic Cambodian meals, and learn the tips and tricks of the country’s traditional cuisine from your expert local chefs. Leaving from Siem Reap aboard a tuk tuk, you’ll arrive at a rural village after a short trip outside the city. Each cooking class starts with a visit to a local family. Along the way you'll learn about the herbs and vegetables that are grown at most Khmer households and are used in daily cooking. Then, visit a local family's home and take the opportunity to learn about food preparation in a Khmer home. Following this visit, head to a nearby pavilion to get your cooking class started. Together with your chef and guide you will create several dishes that you can then re-produce at home. Learn about the typical ingredients in Cambodian cooking and get the opportunity to experience Cambodian cooking first hand. Classes are completely hands-on. Everyone will have his or her own cooking station and equipment. Classes include a number of Cambodian different dishes, and a recipe card will be provided. At the end of the class you can sit back in the wooden pavilion, perched over a charming pond filled. Your dishes will be served to you one by one, letting you enjoy and compare dishes accompanied by a complimentary ice-cold beer, soft drink, or bottled water. After you have enjoyed your meal, a waiting tuk-tuk will return you to the centrally located tour office. Learn to create some (or all) of these delicious dishes! Morning Class Menu: Cambodian Mango Salad – Using fresh and light ingredients, this is a salad everyone will enjoy. A perfect tropical feast. Fish Amok – Amok is on every visitors 'must do' list. Cooked in a young coconut, Amok is a smooth curry that can be made with either fish, chicken, or tofu. Sticky Rice Balls with Palm Sugar and Grated Young Coconut Afternoon Class Menu: Prahet Chien – Minced fish on sugar cane Cambodian Curry – Unlike its Thai neighbor, Cambodian foods do not tend to be hot and spicy, relying instead on layers of fragrant spices. Nom Tong Noun – Khmer brandy snaps  This delicious, slightly sweet treat is impossible to resist.

Siem Reap: Cambodian Pottery Class

2. Siem Reap: Cambodian Pottery Class

Your 2-hour activity begins with a tuk tuk ride to the center of Siem Reap town. Siem Reap has been an important center of traditional Cambodian ceramics for centuries. An expert will explain the process of creating ceramics and demonstrate the necessary skills. Get behind the pottery wheel to shape your own masterpiece under expert guidance. Spin the wheel to create a bowl from local Cambodian clay and add some Khmer ornamentation to your piece. Use the various tools and equipment in the workshop to create your own masterpiece that you will take home with you. After firing in the kiln, your bowl will be ready for you the next day and can be picked-up after 4:00 PM.

Siem Reap: 3-Hour Behind-the-Scenes Tuk-Tuk Tour

3. Siem Reap: 3-Hour Behind-the-Scenes Tuk-Tuk Tour

Begin your tour with a visit to Psar Leu, Siem Reap's main marketplace which sells everything from food to jewels. Markets in Cambodia are generally busiest in the mornings, but there is still plenty to see, smell, and experience in the afternoons too. Once done exploring the markets, move on to the city's oldest pagoda, Wat Bo, where you have the chance to be blessed by a local monk for safe travels and prosperity. It's then on to greener pastures, as you stop by a riverside tree planting park designed and executed by a local philanthropic hotel for the community to enjoy. Following that, move through the riverside conservation area to visit Khmer Ceramics to see the work of talented local artisans. Your next stop delves a little into the artistic community with a visit to Theam's House, showcasing the personal collection of a highly regarded local artist in a wistful garden setting. From there you continue on through the heart of the French-Colonial era, admiring some of the architecture that remains from this period, before finishing your adventure with a tour of Siem Reap's South Side.

Angkor Wat: Tuk Tuk and Walking Tour

4. Angkor Wat: Tuk Tuk and Walking Tour

Approach the western gate of Angkor Wat by tuk tuk, and take a short walk to Angkor Thom. Hop on the tuk tuk again for a drive to the Bayon temple and then to the eastern gates, as your full-day tour continues. Climb to the top of the city wall and walk along the length of the wall. Along the way, stop at the second of the eastern gates, and at Prasat Chrung. End your wall walk at the northern gate, then head to a local restaurant for lunch (at your own expense). Board the tuk tuk and head to jungle-enveloped Ta Prohm – one of the most atmospheric of all temples in Angkor. Continue to Angkor Wat, the world’s largest sacred building.

Siem Reap: Farm, Cook, and Taste Countryside Cycling Tour

5. Siem Reap: Farm, Cook, and Taste Countryside Cycling Tour

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and ride through the charming backroads to the scenic countryside on this easy-paced bike excursion from Siem Reap. Stop along the way to meet the locals, pick produce, and sample typical Cambodian cuisine during a cooking class. After pickup at your accommodation, meet your guide and get fitted with a bicycle and helmet. From here, cycle through the picturesque Siem Reap vegetable village where most of the vegetables and herbs you find in dishes served throughout Siem Reap are grown. Once at the vegetable village, you can put your farming skills to the test and pick your own veggies, which you’ll later use to prepare your lunch. Next, visit the outdoor market where the locals shop for their fresh ingredients. You’ll get to discover a local specialty and choose the best local snacks and fruits to try. Later you’ll leave the tarmac behind, pedaling down small dirt paths through the scenic countryside and watch as the local farmers cultivate, care for, and harvest their produce. Spot lots of water buffaloes lounging about in the mud and take advantage of endless photo opportunities. Expect greetings from locals as they go about their daily activities. For lunch, visit a local family where you’ll learn how to cook Cambodian food using the ingredients you collected throughout the tour. Enjoy individual cooking stations and a hands-on lesson led by a local chef. After cooking, indulge in your made-by-you main course alongside a Cambodian welcome drink, served up in a tropical garden. With a full stomach, head back Siem Reap in the afternoon.

Siem Reap: Sunset Food Tour by Tuk-Tuk with Transfer

6. Siem Reap: Sunset Food Tour by Tuk-Tuk with Transfer

Embark on a journey to discover the local food culture of Cambodia. Watch our incredible city fly-by during sunset as we zoom around the small streets and the countryside of Siem Reap by tuktuk. Meet your guide outside your hotel or residence and hop aboard our own tuk-tuk. First stop, enjoy fresh garnishes along with a unique plate of meats and sauces at the only joint in town serving cuisine from the Kula ethnic minority. Following this, we'll head away from the bustling city streets to Phnom Krom, a truly local village off the tourist track. Take a seat on the floor, see how locals live, try a locally prepared meal by a family, and watch the cows come home with a beer (literally). Third stop, pull up a plastic chair at one of the city's oldest restaurants to try some street-food turned brick-and-mortar, shoulder to shoulder with locals. Next, we'll have a feast of traditional Khmer flavors at a restaurant frequented only by local families - just good ole home-style cooking! Finally, sink a locally themed cocktail at one of our favorite bars in town. At the end of the tour, bid farewell to the guide and the tuk-tuk will drop you back at your hotel, or wherever you like within the city.

Siem Reap: Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour via Tuk Tuk & Breakfast

7. Siem Reap: Angkor Wat Sunrise Tour via Tuk Tuk & Breakfast

You will be picked up from your hotel lobby before sunrise at 4:40 am by private tuk tuk ride and continue to the watch the sunrise at one of the world's cultural heritage and the largest temple in the world, Angkor Wat temple as you soak in the breathtaking sunrise. We may spend about 1-hour and 30 minutes to explore the whole entire building of Angkor Wat temple after seeing the sunrise and then have short break for a picnic-breakfast in front of the Royal swim pool of Sras Srang that you can enjoy of taste authentic Cambodian breakfast like Khmer noodle soup with traditional desserts like palm cake and steam rice dumplings with palm sugar. After that, we continue to visit the jungle temple of Ta Prohm & Ta Nei, which has been left in its original state and is partly overgrown with trees and huge roots, and then go to visit Bayon temple and the Victory gate of Angkor Thom, which has become a world-famous landmark and was built by King Jayavarman VII, who was also a Mahayana Buddhist. Bayon is also the only monastery that has survived to this day and was used as a place for worship, education, and administration. At the end of our joined in tour, we take to visit a local market in Siem Reap where the local people get some stuffs like food, fruits, cloth.. and walk in between food stalls to look for the best Cambodian specialties, where you can try Cambodian dishes such as sticky rice, cakes, fruits, egg noodles, or even fried spiders and scorpion and then drop you off at your hotel or Old market area.

Siem Reap: Guided Authentic and Unique Street Food Tour

8. Siem Reap: Guided Authentic and Unique Street Food Tour

You will be picked up from your accommodation at between 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm by Tuk Tuk and explore food store, fruit store at the largest Siem Reap’s Night Market. Enjoy of taste authentic Cambodian street food like spring rolls and, and sweet desserts, savoring the flavor of skewered meat, fried crickets, fried spider and soft-boiled duck eggs – they’re tastier than you expect. Digest your bounteous banquet and we transfer you back to your accommodation in a comfortable transport.

From Siem Reap: Angkor Wat Sunrise Private Tuk-Tuk Tour

9. From Siem Reap: Angkor Wat Sunrise Private Tuk-Tuk Tour

At 5:00 am meet your guide and driver at your hotel You will start with an early morning so you can witness the sunrise at the extraordinary Angkor Wat and travel through the vast collection of ancient temples. Your guide will take you to the best spots to make sure you watch the colorful sunrise over Angkor Wat. You will then go through the Angkor central complex and learn about the history and symbolism of the temple. Ask as many questions as possible to ensure you get all the information about the place you are visiting. 8:00 am – 11:00 am When you have finished discovering Angkor Wat and had breakfast, you will then head out into the center of Angkor Thom and enter the city through the Ancient Gate, an impressive stone gate carved with elephants and four giant faces. From here, continue to Bayon Temple, which is found in the center of the city and is famed for the enigmatic faces representing the 54 provinces of the Great Khmer Empire. 11:30 pm – 2:00 pm Continue to visit Ta Prohm Temple, which is your next stop before some leisure time in the late afternoon. Ta Prohm is unique in that it has been left largely as it was found overgrown by jungle trees and vines, with many parts of the temple crumbling to the ground, creating one of the most photogenic and atmospheric temples in the entire Angkor site. After all that crawling, you will enjoy lunch with a large spread of local dishes. As the day heats up, we drive back to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Angkor

We had such a great morning with Sophia! As the only two booked on we were super lucky and had a special class just for us. We were picked up from our hotel and met her at the market. She was warm and helpful and took us through the stalls, then we travelled to their new lakeside location and spent the next few hours being taught how to cook by the team. They were so helpful and took us through at our own speed, and we loved every minute of it. If you’re hesitating to book - don’t! It’s worth every penny.

A must do for anybody visiting Siempre Reap. The class was not only informative but it was a great change from the mostly touristed areas. We were able to visit a local market and enjoy a variety of local fruits. Truly a can’t miss experience. You won’t be disappointed if you take part in one of their classes. I have dietary restrictions and they were able to accommodate. They were extremely communicative in helping to make sure my meal was safe.

A wonderful opportunity to learn more about the culture of Cambodia. Guides not only show how to cook Khmer dishes, but also talk about the traditions of their country. Everything was organized at a high level. Everything was on time and without a hitch. The guides are wonderful, very nice and attentive. Time flew by very quickly. Thank you for such an interesting experience. I liked it all very much.

Amazing, was just me and my friend, we didn’t take our pottery home because we didn’t stay in Siem reap long enough so they gave us money to spend in the gift shop instead which was incredible. The employees were amazing and talked us through everything. We made 5 pieces and you can pick them up the next day. I loved this experience and everyone at the art center is so talented.

Activity was very well organised and thought through! It was my first every pottery class, but the instructor helped all the way when i was failing, but let me create my few pieces when i felt more confident. The piece of art that we got in the end is spectacular! Highly recommend this activity :)