- G.K Chesterton
Miss Wong is a great cocktail bar tucked away from the main crowds of Pub Street. The stylish red decor, laid back atmosphere and particularly comfortable sofas might well lead you to stay longer then expected. You may even stumble across a mad-hatters party or the like.
A great place for live music, the X-bar has been drawing in the crowds for years. When musicians from both the local circuit and further afield play here, the venue can get quite lively and sometimes won't wind down until way into the night. Featured bands usually start at 9am.
Rosy's is located along the banks of the Siem Reap river. Popular with expatriates, monthly charity quiz nights and live bands regularly feature. The staff will make you feel welcome, and the food menu will definitely include some of your favorites from home.
A family run bar and restaurant in a quieter area of town. A real treat, lounge on sofa beds next to the pond while sampling delicious Khmer cuisine and sipping cocktails, all served by extremely attentive and friendly staff. Tasteful decor with traditional Khmer and modern features and relaxed ambient music add the finishing touches.
A 2010 addition to the scene. Station is on Street 7 (one further away from the river than Pub Street), and is a little more sophisticated, and popular with ex-pats.
Angkor What? was the first, but Pub street should probably now be renamed Restaurant street. Street 8 is mainly full of places that make money with their food - but the level of competition is such that draft beers are only 50 cents.
Peerless service standards and local positioning have made us the tour operator of choice by international luxury travel groups and discerning independent travellers to Angkor Wat, Cambodia and Southeast Asia.