“Do to others whatever you would like them to do to you” Matthew 7:12
I am an English-speaking tour leader, English interpreter, and professional communicator based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. A native of Siem Reap, I am passionate about sharing the riches of the Cambodian culture with the many tourists who land on my home soil. Known as the “gateway to the ruins of Angkor,” Siem Reap is the main access point to the world-famous stone buildings carved with mysterious faces at the Bayon Temple at Angkor Thom. The location is a frequent travel destination for tourists from as far as the United States and Europe, who love the natural and ancient wonders of this spot on the shores of the great Tonlé Sap lake.
I bring the city of Siem Reap to life through my unique tourism experiences and authentic food tours, including secret city tours by “tuk tuk” (two-wheeled carriages pulled by motorbikes) ride through local night markets and the many restaurants in Siem Reap’s vibrant local food scene, intimate bike tours exposing Siem Reap’s historical hideaways and modern treasures, boat tours introducing world travelers to the people and lifestyles of the Tonlé Sap fishing village, and much more.
What People Say About Me
Clients refer me to their friends and family time and again because of my passion, charisma, and charm as well as the information packed, unique, and FUN experiences I customize to each individual guest. Overlooking no detail in ensuring my guests’ comfort and delight, I am skilled at creating experiences that go above and beyond for my clients as they tour Siem Reap’s top destinations as well as the city’s best kept secrets.
I have never known my father, And I didn’t get to see my mother often too. My mother left home when I was young, just a toddler, and worked at a different town, and one day she got HIV AIDS by vaccination injection used the same syringe with others. When I was nine years old, I heard my mother had died. Because of poverty, I didn’t have a chance to attend my mom’s funeral and see her face for the last time at all. I lived with my grandparents. Soon they too died. Read more…