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Siem Reap Shuttle Tours

Siem Reap, Cambodia
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About Siem Reap Shuttle Tours
Siem Reap Shuttle (SRS) provides 'join-in' tours and premier private tours of the major sightseeing locations around Siem Reap. SRS DOES NOT PROVIDE INTERCITY BUS SERVICES! SRS uses a range of top quality air-conditioned vehicles and can even provide tours by army jeep. Tours include free hotel transfers. Tour start times can be flexible for private tours. Angkor tours often offer a 4-course breakfast or lunch at Angkors leading restaurant, Sala Russey. 'cowboy' operators often represent themselves as SRS. We rarely sell tours through hotels. Book online to ensure you book SRS. When touring with SRS, please look out for our official Siem Reap Shuttle pre-printed hotel vouchers, our driver uniforms, the SRS logo on our vehicles and our tour start point at SRS depot on Road Krovat Krong (town ring road). If your hotel books a 'cowboy' operator and they say they are Siem Reap Shuttle, please be sure to make a low scoring review for that hotel and not SRS.
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Georgie wrote a review 12 Jul
58 contributions11 helpful votes
Enjoyed exploring such a wide variety of temples and learnt a lot of history from our knowledgeable guide. He was friendly, approachable and patient with our questions. Provided lots of time to explore and take photos.
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Asia For Holiday wrote a review May 2021
Siem Reap Province, Cambodia11 contributions
I would love to make it short telling people that I had a great time with them. From their special care, attention to details and wellness, plus the comfort of small group taking, I would love to give them a thumb up.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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ZeroWasteTraveler wrote a review Sep 2020
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Sorry I didn't get chance to post this review earlier. I did this trip during 2019 Easter Holidays. Although that time is usually very hot in Cambodia - I had a real good trip. It was simply fascinating to witness 10th century architecture. Tour guide, Mr. Chenda, is very knowledgeable, courteous & showed around places with great zeal & enthusiasm. Our group was given sufficient time to explore around the on top, he is took some great photos! I wanted to go to Phare Circus after the trip & tour guide arranged for ticket as well. Over all very comfortable day trip. Thank you Mr Chenda I recommend to carry an umbrella or sun hat no matter which season or tour you do. Hope you'll enjoy as much as I did. Ciao!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ja K wrote a review Jul 2020
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Tour guide was knowledgeable and hellful. Would retake this tour next visit. This can be a place to meditate and to recognize the importance of preserving it for future generations.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sara W wrote a review Jul 2020
Quantico, Virginia13 contributions2 helpful votes
The sites are great, but what really makes the trip is the tour guide. We were lucky enough to have "Lucky" as ours. I enjoy guided tours, especially from locals you can Google to your hearts' content but it's not the same investment and engagement you'll get from your guides like Lucky, who can also share their own anecdotes and experience. It was a full day tour! They provide cold water, an Air Con clean bus, and drop off at the end of the day. There was minimal walking but through some of the ruins might be tricky for those with mobility issues. Lunch was ok (a third party)- the most expensive meal I paid for while I was in country. And not the best. The chicken was undercooked / raw and I got sick. The food was ok, bland at best and I paid $15 for one plate of chicken and rice.. The roads were bumpy, but this should be expected going out to ancient sites in a giant air conditioned bus to get there! Great tour, great guide, great bus driver! You do meet at a central location in the morning where they then send everyone to the appropriate buses/vehicles.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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