Area Attractions

Located near the renowned twelfth-century ruins of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and in the heart of Siem Reap within walking distance of the city’s shopping and nightlife area, Park Hyatt Siem Reap offers contemporary luxury and an exquisite retreat for travelers. Discover memorable things to do in Siem Reap here.


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Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Sivutha Boulevard
Siem Reap, Cambodia, 17252



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Hotel Activities

Things to do in Siem Reap Hotel Activities

The Num Bahn Chok Tour (Cambodian Rice Noodle Tour)

Embark on a unique culinary adventure featuring the farm to fork journey of the Num Banh Chok, a Cambodian Rice Noodle dish. The educational tour begins with a visit to the countryside where guests can witness and try how the noodles are traditionally made by hand, followed by a trip to a local diner to see how the dish is served as the chef guide explains the ancient mythical beginning of this well-loved noodle. Last stop involves guest participation at a pottery class where the bowls are made and taken home as a souvenir. The tour ends with a delectable Num Banh Chok dish at The Dining Room.

Palm Sugar Journey

Get to know this satisfyingly sweet treat with an educational tour that begins with a trip to the countryside. Amidst the lovely view of a Cambodian rice field as a backdrop, the chef guide will begin his story to introduce palm sugar as the villagers bring in the harvested goods. Guests are asked to participate with the harvest or extraction of palm juice, followed by an informative demonstration of how it is boiled and processed to further explain how palm sugar is made. The tour ends on a high note with an exquisite four-course sugar palm themed lunch or dinner menu at The Dining Room.

Original Khmer Wild Prey Honey Dinner

Discover the sweeter side of Cambodia with our honey-flavored six-course dinner. Each dish will highlight a taste of wild honey foraged from six different provinces and forests. This sweet feast includes a choice of two different honey-infused iced teas.

Cultural Dinner and Show

Enhance your evening with live Cambodian performances inspired by Apsara, the celestial dance, and Bokator, the Angkorian martial art. Executive Chef Pisith has created a set menu from inherited recipes exhibiting Siem Reap’s traditions to be enjoyed during the dinner. Available every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday from 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM.

The Flavors of Cambodia

Taste the flavors of Cambodia with our eight-course set menu featuring local herbs and spices reflecting the natural palate of the Cambodian countryside paired with a locally-infused rice wine.


Things to do in Siem Reap Food

The Boutique (Asian Emporium)

On Property
Asian Emporium is one of Asia’s largest chain of heritage, luxury, fine art, and lifestyle stores. Taking Southeast Asian art out of the closets of history and restoring it to its past glory.

The Night Market

0.3 MI / 500 METER AWAY
The Night Market is located a few blocks away from the hotel and is awash with colorful scarves, silver, and woodwork made in Cambodia.

The Old Market

0.3 MI / 500 METER AWAY
Located five minutes away from the hotel, the Old Market features trinkets hand-woven or -crafted by villagers.

Kandal Village

0.2 MI / 280 METER AWAY
Siem Reap's rising arts and culture precinct, Kandal village is home to a vibrant and eclectic new mix of cafes, galleries, baristas extraordinaire, artsy home-ware shops, spas, fashion stores and more.


Things to do in Siem Reap Tour

Apopo Visitor Center

1.8 MI / 2.9 KM AWAY
One of our non-profit organization partners, Apopo is dedicated to eradicating mines in Cambodia and saving lives through their fleet of HeroRats. They have a visitor center where guests can go on an educational tour to discover the history of conflict in Cambodia, the impact of landmines on local communities, and the opportunity to meet and see the HeroRATs in action.

Temples in Siem Reap

Things to do in Siem Reap Temple Tour

Angkor Archaeological Park

3.7 MI / 6.1 KM AWAY
Home to some of the 200 plus ancient ruins built by the early Khmers between 900 and 1400 AD. Some of the prominent sites include Angkor Wat, acclaimed as one of the Wonders of the World, Bayon Temple within the Angkor Thom compound and Ta Phrom Temple. The whole area is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Wat Damnak

0.5 MI / 0.9 KM AWAY
This living Buddhist monastery used to be a royal palace during the reign of King Sisowath. Nowadays, Wat Damnak is home to the Center for Khmer Studies, an independent institution promoting a greater understanding of Khmer culture.

Wat Bo Pagoda

0.4 MI / 0.8 KM AWAY
One of the area’s oldest temples, a nice contrast to the glittering new ones. The architecture of the ramshackle open-air hall next to the main building blends French-style arches and balustrades with Thai-influenced Buddhist details.

Wat Preah Prom Rath

0.3 MI / 0.6 KM AWAY
Though the lotus-themed architecture seems to emulate temples from across the border, the front gate integrates Bayon-style heads and a scene depicting Buddha seated under a tree, with crocodiles on one side and archers firing arrows on the other.

Art and Cultural Destination

Things to do in Siem Reap Apsara Dance

Theam's House

2 MI / 3.3 KM AWAY
After receiving an artistic and technical education in interior design at the Ecole Boulle and in painting at the Fine Art School, both in Paris, Theam returned to Cambodia to perfect his mastery of Khmer crafts. His artworks may be seen within the hotel and in his gallery.

One Eleven Gallery

0.4 MI / 0.8 KM AWAY
Siem Reap’s leading contemporary art gallery / café and bar that showcase an international collection of work alongside rotating guest exhibitions. It is home to acclaimed Siem Reap-based artist Christian Develter.

Tribe Cambodia Art Gallery

0.2 MI / 0.4 KM AWAY
Tribe nurtures and supports local Khmer talent, established and emerging. It acts as a creative hub, hosting many events, exhibitions and workshops and has a Classic Cocktail bar where the works can be enjoyed in a relaxed informal atmosphere.

Batia Sarem Gallery

0.7 MI / 1.2 KM AWAY
Batia Sarem is a contemporary art space in Siem Reap that feature works under the best possible exhibition and conservation conditions. They produce a catalogue for each exhibition, an essential element in order to keep track of the memory of the artists.

Angkor National Museum

1 MI / 1.6 KM AWAY
The mammoth 20,000 square-meter building was opened in November 2007 and is composed of eight separate galleries, all connected by a vaulted corridor with a series of fountains. It is home to preserved and well-presented Angkorian artifacts from 9th - 14th century.

Phnom Kulen National Park

27.96 MI / 45 KM AWAY
This massive national park sits outside of Siem Reap and houses the most revered mountain of the Khmer people, mystical waterfalls with carvings from thousands of years ago, and one of the largest reclining Buddhas in Cambodia at eight meters long.

Sports and Recreation

Things to do in Siem Reap Recreations

Angkor Golf Resort

2.4 MI / 3.9 KM AWAY
The par 72, 7279 yard championship course has seashore paspallum grass for an exceptional playing surface and enjoyable round. Practice facilities include a 300 yards driving range, with target greens and practice putting green and chipping area.

Phare, The Cambodian Circus

1.4 MI / 2.3 KM AWAY
An avenue for riveting contemporary and energetic theatrical performances in Siem Reap. Profits generated at the circus support free education, professional arts training, and social support programs of Phare Ponleau Selpak in Battambang.

Quad Adventure Cambodia

1.3 MI / 2.1 KM AWAY
Offers unforgettable quad biking experience in the Cambodian countryside, off road track, rice fields, forgotten temples and local communities, complete with professional guides. Caters to individuals, families, small groups and corporate events. All bikes are fully automatic.

Banteay Srey Butterfly Centre

15 MI / 24.1 KM AWAY
The exhibit consists of a netted tropical garden with thousands of free-flying butterflies, all of which are native species to Cambodia. It provides residents and tourists with an interactive and visual environment to learn about butterflies and support local communities.