Siem Reap is a small city in northwestern Cambodia. It serves as the access point to the temples of Angkor and has as such transformed itself into a major tourist hub. While in 2000 most streets in Siem Reap were made of mud, in 2006 most streets were paved and modern buildings had replaced the simple buildings of the past. Siem Reap has an international airport with direct flights to some South East Asian capitals.

01 Airplanes in Siem Reap international Airport 02 Mud roads in September 2000 03 Buddhist temple 04 Mud roads in September 2000 05 Buddhist temples
06 Avenue in September 2000 07 Pavement 08 Mud roads in September 2000 09 Mud roads in September 2000 10 Downtown Siem Reap
11 Downtown Siem Reap 12 Downtown Siem Reap 13 Apsara images on paper souvenirs 14 Apsara images on paper souvenirs 15 Sugar cane
16 Grand Hotel Angkor and park 17 Buddhist temple 18 Worshippers in Buddhist temple 19 Tree with white flowers 20 White flower
21 River and trees 22 River and trees 23 Buddhist monastery and monks 24 Buddhist monastery and monks
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