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Flights to Siem Reap

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Book flights to Siem Reap

Siem Reap, Cambodia, serves as the gateway to the majestic Angkor Wat temple complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This captivating destination attracts history enthusiasts with its awe-inspiring temples, including Angkor Wat's intricate carvings and sprawling grounds. Beyond historical wonders, Siem Reap offers cultural experiences like traditional dance performances and visits to local villages. Adventurers can explore the surrounding countryside by bike or boat, while foodies can savour delicious Khmer cuisine. Whether seeking historical immersion, cultural exploration, or outdoor adventures, Siem Reap provides a diverse and captivating travel experience.

Fancy a trip to Siem Reap? With over 600 airlines to choose from and more than 40 ways to pay, Alternative Airlines can help you conveniently book your flights to Siem Reap. We offer budget-friendly, flexible flight routes to Siem Reap no matter where you're flying from or when you plan to travel!

Airports near Siem Reap

You have choices when it comes to reaching Siem Reap. Here is a selection of 4 airports you can fly to when travelling to Siem Reap.

Siem Reap International Airport

This is the closest and most convenient airport for travellers visiting Siem Reap. It is located just 7 kilometres (4 miles) northwest of the city centre, making it easily accessible by a short drive.


Phnom Penh International Airport

If you are unable to find a direct flight to Siem Reap, Phnom Penh International Airport is a good alternative. It is the largest airport in Cambodia and offers numerous domestic flights to Siem Reap. The distance between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap is approximately 320 kilometres (200 miles), which can be covered by a connecting flight or a 5-6 hour drive.


Don Mueang International Airport

Located in Bangkok, Thailand, Don Mueang International Airport is another option for travellers heading to Siem Reap. It is a major hub for low-cost carriers and offers several flights to Siem Reap. The distance between Bangkok and Siem Reap is around 400 kilometres (250 miles), which can be covered by a connecting flight or a 6-7 hour drive.


Tan Son Nhat International Airport

Situated in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Tan Son Nhat International Airport is a viable choice for travellers looking to visit Siem Reap. It is the busiest airport in Vietnam and offers connecting flights to Siem Reap. The distance between Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap is approximately 450 kilometres (280 miles), which can be covered by a connecting flight or an 8-9 hour drive.

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Rather than paying for your Siem Reap flights upfront, you can instead use Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) solutions to help you split the cost of your flights into more manageable instalments.

You'll get greater flexibility when planning the budget for your trip to Siem Reap! You won't need to pay any interest, however, this will depend on the specific terms set by the lending provider.

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Things to do in Siem Reap

With a wealth of sights to see in Siem Reap, here are our top 3:

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Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious monument, showcases Khmer architectural brilliance. A symbol of national pride, this temple complex is the heart of Cambodia's tourism. Built in the 12th century, it impresses visitors with its grandeur, intricate carvings, and breathtaking sunrise views. A must-see in Siem Reap!

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Ta Prohm Temple

Ta Prohm, featured in "Tomb Raider," showcases nature's force merging with history. Massive trees and roots intertwine with ruins, creating a surreal scene. Unlike other temples, Ta Prohm remains untouched, enveloped by the jungle, offering a sense of adventure and discovery.

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Bayon Temple

Bayon, in Angkor Thom, is renowned for its enigmatic face towers, possibly representing Avalokiteshvara or the king. Its function and symbolism are unknown, but the serene stone faces and intricate bas-reliefs depicting Khmer empire offer a mesmerising glimpse into the past.

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