WEIGHT: 60 kg
Services: Sex anal, Facial, Games, Lesbi-show hard, Massage anti-stress
Some of the best nightlife in Siem Reap are concentrated within Pub Street, a vibrant street filled with backpacker-friendly bars, international restaurants, massage parlors, and retail boutiques.
Great for bar-hopping, these nightlife spots are easily accessible on foot and often stay open and packed until 4am. Angkor What? Bar, known as the first-ever bar in Pub Street, has been attracting a massive following of backpackers since Also, prominent are Angkor What? The bar offers the usual array of beers, cocktails, and shots. You get a free tee-shirt when you order 2 buckets of whiskey. Established in the s, this elegant-looking bar features s colonial architecture, dark wood furnishing, leather sofas, potted plants, and quaint elephant decorations at every corner.
Compared to most bars in Siem Reap, prices at Elephant Bar are steep but reasonable thanks to its extensive alcohol and cigar offerings. Drinks range from bourbon, cognacs and single malt whiskeys to beers champagne and martinis cocktails. Open daily, the restaurant serves authentic Khmer, Asian and international fare by day and a wide range of spirits, wines, beers and cocktails by night. Due to the rather exclusive setting and location, FCC Angkor attracts a steady clientele that comprises affluent tourists and expats looking to enjoy a quiet evening in Siem Reap.
You can often enjoy selected drinks at half price between 5pm and 7pm. Laundry Bar is a rather funky late-night venue in Siem Reap. The bar is one among the long-established Siem Reap watering holes. The relaxed vibe makes it perfect for hanging out and having fun. The main draw here is the vast music selection of 25, albums. It has a laidback and convivial atmosphere. There are 2 pool tables if you fancy a game. You can find the bar east of the old market in Siem Reap.
Miss Wong Cocktail Bar is a classy establishment just outside Pub Street, serving a wide range of cocktails with an Asian twist, infused gins, and imported beers. Tucked away from the bustling Pub Street, this s Shanghainese bar is fitted with paper lanterns, black lacquer screens, tasteful antiques and cozy leather booths while instrumental music plays unobtrusively in the background.