The best place to eat in Siem Reap? Our host's food is real local as the Khmer families would cook homemade Cambodian food. Each food experience includes 3 locally made dishes and Khmer rice as well as free drinking water or tea and fresh fruits as dessert. They cook the way homemade food is done, with ingredients from the garden and fresh from the market. From Beef Lok Lak to Samlor Ktis and Grilled Chicken with lemongrass.
There is always more to experience than the food. There are so many things to see in Siem Reap and Cambodia. Some hosts have their own garden and will give you a tour. Or you make toys from banana leaves. Or you have a look on the chicken farm. Or learn about the shrines and houses for the ghosts and Apsara dance. Learn how to make a Khmer mat from palm leaves. Endless experiences to explore.
Our hosts are families who will get an additional income through providing Khmer food and their home to travelers. One of the things to see in Siem Reap is to watch the hosts cooking (even help if you want), explore the surroundings of their homes (some in the forest, some with gardens), relax in a hammock or ask about the local lifestyle. We are truly authentic local.'
It is very easy to book our special authentic food and experience in Siem Reap, Battambang, Phnom Penh and Banteay Meanchey. Just follow the link, browse trough the hosts descriptions, select a experience and fill out the form.
Ms. Vannarith and her family live in a small Khmer house, surrounded by trees. It's is part of the Angkor Forest and on the way to the famous temples (NO ANGKOR TICKET NEEDED). The family also has a small chicken farm in the back yard as well as a beautiful garden. While the husband is working as...
Loy offers lunch and dinner in her house near National Road 6, about 20 minutes from downtown by tuktuk. She offers a unique atmosphere with her sister and cousin helping out. The meal will be cooked when you arrive, meanwhile join her for a conversation in English in the kitchen or enjoy a free ...
Sareth and her family live near the Siem Reap river in the south part of the town, where it's less crowded. She is an English teacher, but the family also grows mushrooms and bananas on the premises.