4D/3N Backpacking Siem Reap – Fun & Adventurous Travel Itinerary

It was a dream come true for me to have finally stood on the holy grounds of the majestic Angkor Wat and the other sacred temples in Siem Reap, Cambodia. As usual, I researched and planned my travel itinerary with great detail according to my interest and preferences.

Temples tours are a must when in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Among the must visit temples are Angkor Wat, Bayon, Baphoun and Ta Prom (made famous through the movie, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider). Another worthy temple to visit is Banteay Srei (the Citadel of Women). Being adventurous, my sister and I also engaged in horseback riding as well as quad biking through the countryside of Cambodia to have a glimpse at the simple life of its people.

Another worthy attraction is the floating houses and flooded forest of Kg. Phluk, located by the huge lake of Tonle Sap. Below is my 4 days 3 nights travel itinerary in Siem Reap. For those who are planning to go to or visit Siem Reap, the information provided here can be used as a guide for you to plan your travel itinerary or trip. 🙂 I hope that helps. Happy planning and enjoy your travel!


– Arrive at Siem Reap International Airport

– Check-in to a guesthouse in Siem Reap

– Happy Horse Ranch (Countryside Trail Ride)

– Quad Adventure Cambodia (Sunset Quad Adventure)



– 1 Day Angkor Ticket/Pass

(Small Tour – Angkor Wat (sunrise), Bayon, Baphoun, Royal Palace group, Thommanon, Takeo, Ta

Prom (jungle temples), Banteay Kdei + Banteay Srei

– Apsara Dance + Dinner Buffet



– Tonle Sap & Kampong Phluk Tour (2 hours boat trip around the floating village, the flooded forest and platform walk amongst the trees)

– Traditional Khmer Massage Session

– Sightseeing at the local night market + Cambodian steamboat dinner + Old Market + Pub Street



– Sightseeing at Siem Reap town

– Depart from Siem Reap International Airport





6 Comment

  1. Hi Kuan Hin,

    It depends on your nationality. Malaysians need not visa to visit Siem Reap, Cambodia and Surabaya, East Java (Indonesia). 🙂

  2. Hi, Erika, i planning to siem reap and surabaya next year, does this two country required visa application?

  3. Hi Elleth, I stayed at Happy (Angkor) Guest House which is both affordable and convenient. The cafe food is really good too. I enjoyed my 3 nights stay there. I will share my experience and information soon.

    In the meantime, do visit their website for more information at http://www.happyangkorguesthouse.com

  4. Hello Erika. Mind sharing your hotel in Siem Reap?

  5. Hmm…not as shuang as your travels lor… ^^

  6. Shuang dao 🙂

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