There’s an abundance of hotels to choose from in Siem Reap that will suit all budgets. I spent a lot of time scanning Agoda when looking for our hotel. I did originally book a 5 star hotel that looked lovely but when I spoke to other people they said it was on the airport road and a bit to far out of the main area of Siem Reap and we could expect to pay USD5 each way in a tuk-tuk to go to the night markets or into Pub Street. Read More

Visiting Angkor Wat has always been at the top of my bucket list, I just hadn’t thought that it would be a suitable place for little kids. My kids are a little older now at 11, 9 and 7 so we decided that now would be a good time. Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples are located close to Siem Reap in Cambodia.  Read More

When I made the decision to go to Cambodia, I had a good 8 months to start researching what we would do and how we would go about it. I have always wanted to visit the temples around Siem Reap but didn’t know how to organise it for a family of 5. I started by researching other travel blogs, for the most up to date information. Read More

Flight of the Gibbon in Siem Reap is located within the Angkor Archeological Park, the home of 1000 year old ruins of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom and many other famous temples. It is the only zip line experience in the world to be held in a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site was engineered by zip lining experts and meets stringent world safety standards. Read More

The Night Safari opened in Singapore in 1994 and was the first zoo to showcase nocturnal animals. The park is divided into seven geological regions that you can explore via four walking trails. If you are travelling with kids or those not up to walking the tracks there is also a tram ride that drives around all the exhibits and provides a live commentary as you go. Read More