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Siem Reap Overview

Siem Reap City

 

Siem Reap Town stretches about 2km north/south along the Siem Reap River and roughly 3-4km east/west along Rte. #6. The airport sits 6km from town. The main temple complex lies about 5-10km north of town. All of the hotels are in or near town, and are spread relatively evenly across the town, though there are still concentrations in certain parts of town: 1) there are a variety of hotels, shops and restaurants near the Old Market; 2) several large upscale hotels between the airport and town along Rte. #6; 3) two budget oriented areas: one along ‘Wat Bo’ Road and the other in the Taphul Village area; 4) a variety of mid-range hotels and restaurants along Sivatha; the Phsar Leu area 2 km east of town center. 


Map of Siem Reap Town  - This map covers the main body of town. It does not cover of the temple area or the outskirts of town. This is probably the most helpful map for ordinary day to day use in town.

Old Market Area - The Old Market area of Siem Reap town, near the south end of town.

Tonle Sap Lake Map - The Great Tonle Sap Lake south of Siem Reap including the Biosphere Reserve areas and the Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary.

Western Cambodia: Remote Temples - A detailed road map of Western Cambodia noting the locations of remote Angkorian-era temple ruins such as Sambor Prei Kuk, Koh Ker, Banteay Chhmar and more. 

Siem Reap Province - Basic map of Siem Reap Province with district and commune borders and district names.
Overland Travel: Bangkok - Siem Reap - Phnom Penh - Schematic map of route and prices of overland travel from Bangkok Thailand to Siem Reap Cambodia via the Aranyaprathet/Poipet border crossing.

 

 

  Angkor and other Khmer Ruins

 

Angkor Archaeological Park: Greater Park Area Map - This map covers main temple area north of Siem Reap town as well as the greater area south to the Tonle Sap Lake and east to the Roluos Group. It does not cover Banteay Srey, Phnom Kulen and other distant temples.

Angkor Archaeological Park: Main Park Area Map - Most popular temple map. This map covers main temple area north of Siem Reap town including the grand and petite temple circuits. Insert maps of Central Angkor Thom and the Roluos Group.

Angkor Archaeological Park: Central Angkor Thom Area Map - This map covers main temple area within the ancient walled city of Angkor Thom inside the Angkor Archaeological Park, including the Bayon, Baphuon, Phimeanakas, Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace of the Leper King, Prasat Suor Prat and more.

Koh Ker: Main Temple Area - Map of the temple complex of Koh Ker in Preah Vihear Province.

Sambor Prei Kuk: Main Temple Area - Map of the temple of complex Sambor Prei Kuk in Kampong Thom Province.

Western Cambodia: Remote Temples - A detailed road map of Western Cambodia noting the locations of remote Angkorian-era temple ruins such as Sambor Prei Kuk, Koh Ker, Banteay Chhmar and more. 

 

 

 Sihanoukville (Kampong Som)

 

The main body of Sihanoukville is spread thinly across a peninsula-like spit of land, surrounded on three sides by beaches. Near the center of the peninsula, 1-3km from the beaches, the downtown area contains the main market, hotels, restaurants, bus stations and other businesses. Hotels and restaurants can be found across the peninsula, but many are concentrated into three areas: 1) downtown; 2) Ochheuteal and ‘Serendipity’ ; 3) Victory Hill (a.k.a. Weather Station Hill). 

 

Map of Greater Sihanoukville - This map covers the main body of town, the main beaches, outlying beaches and the outlying area. This map does not provide detail of the downtown area and covers a bit more area than necessary to the average beach-goer.

Sihanoukville Downtown Map - This map gives detail of downtown streets and  business locations.

Weather Station Hill area (Victory Hill) - This map gives detail of Weather Station Hill (a.k.a. Port Hill, Victory Hill, Backpacker's Hill) streets and  business locations.

Ochheuteal and 'Serendipity' Beach Area Map - This map gives detail Ochheuteal Beach, 'Serendipity Beach' at the north end of Ochheuteal, Sokha Beach and the area around the Golden Lions Traffic Circle.

Island Map: Islands near Sihanoukville - Map of islands in the Sihanoukville area. 

The Coast of Cambodia - The coast of Cambodia from Thailand to Vietnam. Covers Koh Kong, Sihanoukville, Kampot, Kep, Kampong Trach, islands and border checkpoints.

Overland Travel: Southern Coast - Schematic map of overland travel routes from border to border across the major towns of coastal Cambodia.

1958 Sihanoukville- 1958 city map from ministry publication Kampong Som: Port of the Future.
UNTAC (1993) Sihanoukville - Hand drawn town map from the UNTAC period.

Municipality of Sihanoukville - Map (2000) of the former Municipality are of Sihanoukville. The same area has since changed to the 'province of Sihanoukville.'

 

  Kampot/Kep

Kampot Town (main map)

Kampot Province
Kep Area (main map)

Koh Tunsay Island (including a map of the islands near Kep Cambodia)

Cambodia: Map of the Southern Coast of Cambodia (from the Thai border to the Vietnamese border, including the area covering Koh Kong, Sihanoukville, Kampot and Kep)

 

Koh Kong

 

Koh Kong City

Koh Kong Province

Cambodia: Road Map of Southern Coast

 

 Battambang

 

Battambang City sits along the Sangker River with the main section of the city the on west side. Parks line sections of the riverfront on both sides. Four bridges cross the river. The 'Old Stone Bridge' is restricted to pedestrians and motorcycles. The eastern approach to the city on Route #5 is marked by a statue of Ta Dambong holding bat dambang, the stick from which the city derives its name. Three main north/south roads ( #1, #2 and #3) form the spine of the business district. The town is only a couple of kilometers long and is relatively easily traversed by foot, bicycle, or a bit more quickly by motorcycle taxi.

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