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Contact Admin. Every year I find myself in Siem Reap, Cambodia for a week. Angkor Wat is, along with Bagan in Myanmar, one of the two most spectacular temple sites in Asia, if not the world. Although lately I barely spend time in the temples of Angkor Wat, I love the cafe and bar scene of nearby Siem Reap, a charming little French colonial town adjacent to Angkor that now serves as the tourist-amenity center of the region.
There is something about the clear blue sky, slow clouds and that long twilight that I love here. Pub Street is famous here. It is the center of Siem Reap and the fulcrum of activity in town. However, the bars of Pub Street are generally forgettable. Many of them run scams and no one there will remember your name. Lets try to get away from there, for the most part.
The most infamous bar in Siem Reap, Angkor What? Is there anything wrong with that when everything else is closed? Try these places below first, though…. Oh, Tuk Tuk Bar. I have had some great times here. This very handmade, improvisational drink shack located near a broken-down tuk tuk actually has some great drinks at rock bottom prices. The crowd, decor, music and bartenders seem to be ever-changing. Open til the sun comes up.
Mezze is close to the heart of Pub Street, but has a more upscale, adult atmosphere. Try a flaming Sambuca. This tiny place makes the most of its space through great design and decor. Although its theme seems a bit like a parody of a China that maybe never was, they get every part of this parody just right. Good for any crowd, any time. Alley West one block west of Pub Street. Great bars are frequently located down the alleys.
Picasso Bar is no different. The horseshoe bar is perfect for meeting other travelers and expats. The drinks are good and the happy hour from pm is a great value. Pokambor Avenue on the riverfront. After a long, hot day at the temples, having a cocktail by the pool while watching locals and travelers go by the riverfront is a great thing to remember.