Click to Watch in HD > Cambodia Nightlife At Siem Reap Province ( Pub, Club, Girl, Restaurant, Bar...)
Watch Pub Street Siem Reap is the definitive nightlife hub of the town, featuring rows of backpacker-friendly bars and pubs, packed nightclubs, and international restaurants. A must-visit for any first-time visitor to the historical town, Pub Street stays open throughout the day and late into the night, sometimes until 04:00.
Its main alleyway, Street 08, is where you can find the iconic Angkor What? Bar. Opened since 1998, this bar is a cult favorite among backpackers thanks to its wide range of inexpensive alcohol and attractive happy hours promos. Feel free to scribble something on the walls – its encouraged!
Siem Reaps nightlife scene comprise lively bars, cocktail lounges, international restaurants and vibrant nightclubs that stay open (and busy)
until 04:00 everyday. For backpackers, Pub Street in downtown Siem Reap is ideal for a night out of bar-hopping with like-minded travelers as its numbers bar are easily accessible on foot while unique cocktail and beers cost only US$1 (or less) during happy hour.
There are also plenty of five-star hotels with rooftop bars, lounges and pubs serving imported wine and liquor as well as authentic Khmer and international fare-perfect for affluent travelers looking to relax after a day of exploring Angkor Wat. From elegant colonial-era lounge bar to trendy nightclubs playing raucous dance tunes, our handy guide on what to do at night in Siem Reap caters to just about any preference and budget.
Running parallel to Pub Street are Alley West and The Lane, both of which fitted with elegant cocktail bars, quaint cafes, art galleries and souvenir shops. Ideal for a relaxing evening in Siem Reap, notable nightlife venues here include Miss Wong Cocktail Bar and Asana Bar. The former is a Shanghai-inspired establishment that’s famed for its infused gins and Asian cocktails while the latter occupies a traditional Khmer wooden home, hosting daily Khmer cocktail-making classes for US$15 per person.
There are also ample dining venues that cater to any budget and preference, serving authentic Khmer, Thai, French, Vietnamese, Indian, and Italian cuisine as well as imported beers from US$0.50 onward. Spa centers are aplenty in Pub Street, offering traditional foot and body massages, facials, manicures and pedicures for as little as US$2.