Welcome to Angkor Drivers

Welcome to cambodia ! The Kingdom of wonder, land, nation rich in tradition, cultural, historical, heritage, archeological treasures and natural beauty, the kingdom offers you unique opportunity to see ancient temples including fabled of Angkor ruin. Angkor is the largest religious building in the world. Through this website, i would like to give you some informations about the land of my birth and city, Siem Reap-Angkor, Cambodia, around temples complex, please enjoy now !

Hello or ” johm riab sua “. Visitors will have no trouble adjusting to locals customs. When the Cambodians meet, they clasp their hands at their chest level and say ” johm riab sua ” which is the Khmer expression for greeting and saying ” hello “. Out of respect for the elderly, we bow our heads slightly forward, bowing to them. It is not customary to shake a person’s hand to say ” hello ” as Westerners do.

My name is Bun Long and was born in Siem Reap where i have been living since my childhood. I am officially lisence english and spanish speaking driver for the region of Siemp Reap and it’s surroundings. I will be very happy to take you to discover archaeological temples of Angkor and other visits like the Siem Reap city, authentics villages at the countryside to see the way of life of the local peoples, local markets, villages on Tonle Sap Lake like Kompong Phluk or Kompong Kleang ( village on stilts ), visiting Buddhist monasteries to see how the monks live, handy-crafts workshops: wood and stones carving, silk farm … etc.

I have organized the tours in the Siem Reap area and also around Cambodia for many years ago.

Please trop me a message for all informations concerning your holiday to visit in my city or Cambodia. I’ll be pleasure to answer all of your questions.

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Tonle Sap Lake

This lake is the biggest lake of Southeast Asia and changes every monsoon and dry season in dimension. You can rent a boat to go along the river and watch the fisherman working. It will cost you about US $20 USD for a few hours, and brings you all the way until you reach the Tonle Sap lake.

Apsara Dancing

Though this can seem like a tourist trap given the number of people offering this to you, the dancers are often talented and the dance is very much a part of modern Khmer culture. It’s and authentic, though touristy, way to see traditional Khmer performance art.

Cooking Class

Learning the art of Cambodian cuisine is a fun and more unique tourist attraction. The class sizes tend to be around 6 people and you will learn 3 entire meals as well as get recipe cards at the end.