The Tuk Tuk: is Comfortable for all circumstances Roof covered, raincoat when it rains..! you are guests; you will be protected and will not be wet during your trip while you are inside Tuk Tuk.

What Cambodians called a Remork or Motor Trailer the foreign tourists like to call a Tuk Tuk. However, the Khmer Tuk Tuk is different to the Thai Tuk Tuk. One, two, three or four-persons motorcycle trailers (moto-remorks) have surpassed motorcycle Taxis (motodups) as the most popular form of transport. Tuk Tuks are covered, offering reasonable protection from sun and rain and popular transport in Siem Reap City. Easy to enjoy the views of the countryside and city 4 people maximum in one Tuk Tuk, luggage can be put when you need pick up from airport and bus or boat station to your hotel, You can stretch your legs out fully.

Siem Reap and the Angkor heritage area are great places to use Tuk Tuk or Taxi. Because the distances between the temples are large ( 7 kilometres to Angkor Wat from down town Siem Reap), it is much easier to have some kind of motor transport. If you ride a bicycle it is difficult to take care of during the day, and you will need lots more energy to go around the entire temple tour circuit. There is not only Angkor Wat to visit. To see some of the best sights you also need see or to climb up and down the temples and mountains. With so many temples for you to visit, going by Tuk Tuk is much cheaper than if you go by Taxi tour or use a bus tour company. The roads here are in good condition, both straight and flat, and the cool breeze from driving along the street is very pleasant (the weather is generally hot here from March to May). It is also easy to use a Tuk Tuk on the smaller roads where there is little traffic.

I look forwards to hearing as well as receiving email from everyone who wishes to see Siem Reap, kingdom of wonders. I am ready to be your local driver for all seasons. My goal is to help you enjoy your holiday, and bring back good recommendation to your friends that Mr Lam is a great driver in Siem Reap Angkor.