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Experience a farm-to-table Khmer culinary journey guided by our resident chef. Visit the local market to prepare your own Num Banh Choc noodles the local way, before enjoying a pottery class at the Cambodian Ceramic Center and lunch at the hotel.
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.
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 Cambodian dances 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.
Angkor HeritageOn Property
Angkor Heritage invites to embark on a journey through timeless wonders, to venture among Khmer artworks of eternal beauty inspired by a tradition born 1,000 years ago at Angkor. The boutique of Park Hyatt Siem Reap is an outlet solely dedicated to Cambodian art, features museum-quality wood, sandstone and bronze sculptures of classical perfection created exclusively for our collection. They can be acquired and shipped over the world to all art enthusiasts and connoisseurs. These rare artworks, which include statues of the Buddha, are sculpted in the workshops of Cambodian master artists with whom Angkor Heritage has established a privileged relationship over the years. Assisted by apprentices in the tradition of centuries past, our sculptors draw on ancestral Khmer techniques to give sandstone and bronze sculptures the patina of ancient statues. For wood sculptures, they use rare and aged wood obtained at the dismantling of century-old houses, creating works with a richness of tone and texture infused with the memory of past eras.”
The Night Market
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
Located five minutes away from the hotel, the Old Market features trinkets hand-woven or -crafted by villagers.
T Galleria by DFS, Angkor
T Galleria by DFS offers a unique duty free shopping experience amongst the widest variety of luxury brands.
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.
A Taste of Buddhism
Cycle your way to unveiling the charm of Cambodia through its religion and delicacies. This journey will take you to a blessing by Theravada monks in a private ceremony before you sample the Khmer snacks on offer.
Personal Story of a Pol Pot Survivor
A personal story one will never forget, this tour will take you back in time through an encounter with the local families who are open to sharing their experiences after surviving the Pol Pot regime.
Let the hot air balloon give your temple discovery a different height. This will give you a breathtaking view of the Angkor Temples.
Take your Angkor discovery to a different level. A helicopter ride will give you a remarkable view of the Angkor Temples from the top. This 14-minute flight will take your breath away.
Temples in Siem Reap
Angkor Archaeological Park
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.
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 Temple
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
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.