V&A Villa

Boutique quality, guesthouse prices

Family run accommodation in Siem Reap, Cambodia

At V&A Villa we can organize a full range of tours and activities to meet any desire. All of our information and advice is free and impartial. We have no ties or ‘secret agreements’, so we’ll organize the activities that you want to do, not the ones that earn us the most commission!

All tours and activities can be easily arranged on your arrival in Cambodia. Below is a selection of the most popular. If you have any other requests, or would like further confirmation prior to your arrival, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Angkor Wat Small Circuit

The small circuit takes in all the 'must see highlights; the magnificent Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious structure, the sprawling temple complex of Angkor Thom, which encompasses numerous temple and structures including Bayon, Baphoun and the Elephant Terrace, and Ta Promh, the Tomb Raider temple, with spectacular trees growing over and above the rooves of the structure. There are numerous smaller temples on this circuit, including various places to catch sunrise and sunset.

Open: Daily, sunrise to sunset.
Tour time: 5-12 hours.

Angkor Wat Grand Circuit

The Grand Circuit takes in more of the outlying temples around Angkor Wat, including Preak Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som and the sunset temple, Pre Rup. A nice day for those with time to fully experience everything the local area has to offer.

Open: Daily, sunrise to sunset.
Tour time: 5 to 10 hours.


Phare, The Cambodia Circus

New to Siem Reap! Phare, The Cambodia Circus perform a nightly show of international quality adrenaline packed acrobatics. Phare, a Cambodian NGO, formed in Battambang several years ago to train street children in the fine arts of circus skills. The performers rise through the ranks to perform in the awesome shows in both Battambang and now Siem Reap. Many of the artists even go on to perform internationally. A truly 'must see' show!

Show: Nightly at 7.30pm.

Siem Reap war museum

This little known attraction houses an interesting collection of rusty relics left over from Cambodia's Khmer Rouge era. The collection consists of various tanks, vehicles, rockets and guns, many of which were abandoned wherever they happened to be in the country. Lots of good information available and the museum also has a couple of former soldiers, with their own interesting stories, on hand for guided tours.

Open: Daily, 8am to 5pm.

Wat Tmei

Just off the main road to Angkor Wat, this small pagoda is home to Siem Reap's very own 'killing field' stupa, as a tribute to those in the province who perished at the hands of the Khmer Rouge.

Apsara dance show

An impressive nightly performance of Apsara dancing, a traditional Cambodian art form which dates back for centuries and can be seen depicted in the carvings of Angkor Wat and various other temples. The two hour show also includes an extensive buffet dinner.

Show: Nightly at 6.30pm.

Angkor hot air balloon

The Angkor hot air balloon is, in fact, a fixed line helium balloon located approximately 1km to the west of Angor Wat. Flights depart regularly throughout the day. The 15 minute flight rises to a height of around 200 metres and offers spectacular areal views of Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples and countryside. Bookings are advisable for sunrise and sunset flights.

West Baray lake

West Baray is one of the ancient, man-made reservoirs built to serve Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples. The vast body of water, measuring 8km by 2km, now serves as a local hang out spot, with hammocks and refreshment stalls located at the water's edge. A small island in the middle of the lake houses the Angkor era West Mebon temple ruin. Swimming is perfectly safe in the lake. A nice spot to relax like a local for a few hours!

Floating village tour

Our authentic floating village tours travel a bit furtehr afield than the more local tours, which have often left visitors disappointed. Ours tours travel around 20km outside Siem Reap town, to one of three genuine floating villages which offer a unique insight into life on the Tonle Sap lake.

Beatocello concert

Beatocello is a concert held weekly at the Kantha Bopha children's hospital which features the hospital's founder, Dr Beat Richner playing cello and providing a wealth of information about the organisation in his own unique, entertaining style. Entry is free, but the hospital do ask for a donation of either blood or money!

Show time: Every Saturday at 7.15pm.

Khmer boxing

Helicopter tours

Horse riding

Quad biking

Cooking classes

60 Road

Khmer pub street



Banteay Srey and Kbal Spean

Fancy a welcome change from the standard (if you can call them that!) temples around Angkor Wat? The delicate river carvings and waterfall at Kbal Spean offer an interesting trip further away, combined with a visit to the more isolated, and very intricately carved, temple of Banteay Srey. A valid Angkor Wat pass is required for entry.

Phnom Bok

Phnom Bok is a small temple located on the top of a hill around 25km from Siem Reap. There are 618 steps to get to the top of the hill, but anyone who braves the heat to get there will be rewarded with spectacular 360 degree views, and will probably also have the whole area to themselves!

Phnom Kulen

Phom Kulen is a mountain around 60km north of Siem Reap which boasts pre Angkor Wat temples and carvings, a pagoda with a huge reclining Buddha and a large waterfall with plenty of relaxation areas and safe, refreshing swimming spots.

Beng Melea

The more remote temple of Beng Melea is situated in the jungle 70km from Siem Reap. The temple itself has not been cleared or restored at all and offers a unique sense of discovery. Walkways left over from the shooting of a movie there allow you to easily scale the site, te more adventurous can scramble over an under the mountains of huge collapsed stones that fill the courtyards. Beng Melea feels just like you are on the set of an Indiana Jones movie!


Preah Vihear

Anlong Veng

Banteay Chhmar

Koh Ker
Address: Lucky International School Road, National Road 6, Siem Reap City, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia.
Phone: +855 12 296 486  
E-mail: info@vandavilla.com

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