Bloom Garden Guesthouse

Our guesthouse is in a perfect location between the temples of Angkor Wat and the old market/pub street area, the centre of Siem Reap. The ticket-entrance of Angkor Wat is a few minutes drive from our property. It’s easy to visit this beautiful heritage with the TukTuk or bicycle. Siem Reap Centre is 15 minutes drive by bicycle or 10 minutes with the Tuktuk.

We are situated on road 60, Apsara Road. When you passed the Kantha Bopha Childrenhospital you go to the right (Road 60). The second road (before Khmer restaurant 333) you go left. After 250 meter you will find our colonial villa in a tropical and peaceful garden on the right side. Bloom Garden Guesthouse retained all the superior fittings, including quality beds and beautiful wooden furniture.

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Every guestroom has windows that open to lush greenery

This is a place to wake up to birds chirping and not to the sound of traffic buzzing. Feel the beauty and tranquility of Cambodia’s tropical greenery while enjoying every modern convenience.


Bloomgarden is just 2 km from the Angkor ticketing booth, making one of the closest guesthouses to the Angkor Temple Park. In fact, it is just 5 minutes away by tuktuk.
To the Old Market area and Pub Street takes just 10 minutes by tuktuk. A pleasant way to spend an afternoon is to take a leisurely walk by the river. Just 5 minutes from us is the Dragon Bridge (“Spean Neak”). Follow the river south and you will find yourself in the most luscious tropical greenery — large, leafy and shady trees that line the Siem Reap river. Continue walking and you will see huge Pagodas (“Wats”) and small vendors selling fruit and fried bananas. Follow the river south and you will end up at the Old Market and Pub Street.

Things of interest

Other things of interest around Bloomgarden: Just 2 minutes walk away is Dr Beat Richter’s Jayavarman VII Hospital, where you can watch Dr Richter perform the cello every Saturday to raise awareness and funds for Cambodia’s children.

A short tuktuk ride east takes you to Road 60, a new road in Siem Reap with unblocked views of the countryside. This stretch of road is popular with Cambodians who congregate there in the evenings for picnics and fun fairs (including a ferris wheel and bumper cars). Among the local delicacies are barbecued meats, Cambodian desserts, fresh local fruit like durian and rambutans, and for our Muslim friends, even Halal beef soup (made and served by Cambodian Cham Muslims).