1. Siem Reap: 3-Hour Behind-the-Scenes Tuk-Tuk Tour
Begin your tour with a visit to Psar Leu, Siem Reap's main marketplace which sells everything from food to jewels. Markets in Cambodia are generally busiest in the mornings, but there is still plenty to see, smell, and experience in the afternoons too. Once done exploring the markets, move on to the city's oldest pagoda, Wat Bo, where you have the chance to be blessed by a local monk for safe travels and prosperity. It's then on to greener pastures, as you stop by a riverside tree planting park designed and executed by a local philanthropic hotel for the community to enjoy. Following that, move through the riverside conservation area to visit Khmer Ceramics to see the work of talented local artisans. Your next stop delves a little into the artistic community with a visit to Theam's House, showcasing the personal collection of a highly regarded local artist in a wistful garden setting. From there you continue on through the heart of the French-Colonial era, admiring some of the architecture that remains from this period, before finishing your adventure with a tour of Siem Reap's South Side.