Beyond Angkor Wat: 5 things to do in Siem Reap, Cambodia – National Geographic
Angkor Wat, the world’s largest religious monument and a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a must-see for many travelers.  attracts nearly 2.5 million foreign visitors annually—a number that is growing by about 15 percent each year. Yet the province remains one of the poorest in the country.Travelers can do their part to spread the tourism wealth by staying a few extra days to explore beyond Angkor Wat and contribute to the local economy, conservation projects, and social enterprises that are paving the way toward a brighter future for locals and creating meaningful experiences for visitors. Here are five ways to make the most of your time and dime in Siem Reap.Snag a snack, support a causeThere are numerous spots around the city to eat well and do good. Kick off your day at Bayon Coffee Shop, where you can have your cake and support pastry training for disadvantaged girls too.
- ^ Angkor Wat (www.nationalgeographic.com)
- ^ UNESCO World Heritage site (www.nationalgeographic.com)
- ^ Bayon Coffee Shop (ecoledubayon.org)
- ^ support pastry training (ecoledubayon.org)