Spanish Speaking Tour Guide
DEAR, my name is Kay Mien and I’m an official Spanish speaking tour guide who offers tours in and around Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples by tuk tuk or car. On my tour and with my expert knowledge of the area you will discover the local way of life and the important temples of Angkor Archaeological site in this wonderful country.
The Cambodian tourism industry has been rapidly growing over the years, and the capitol Phnom Penh is now considered the country’s first urban centre. Phnom Penh is also home to the government and has one the most important shopping centres in South East Asia.
One of the most important and must see sights in Cambodia are the vast temple complexes of Angkor, which are situated in Siem Reap. Angkor Wat is the most visited attraction in this beautiful city and is considered the heart of the kingdom of Cambodia. Siem Reap is also home to the magnificent Sanctuary of Angkor where you can find some of the rarest birds in the world.
Angkor Park Small Circuit Tour
Visit the world-famous Angkor Wat on our most popular tour! You'll also get to see Angkor Thom, Bayon, Ta Prohm, Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace of the Leper King, and Phimeanakas.
Angkor Park Big Circuit Tour
Visit a popular circuit around the Angkor Archaeological Park and visit temples suchas Preah Khan, Neak Pean, East Mebon, Ta Som, and Pre Rup on this popular tour of the Angkor temples.
Banteay Srei, Banteay Samre, and Roluos Tour
Visit the famous "Lady Temple" of Banteay Srei and then visit Banteay Samre along the way to the pre-Angkorian temples at Roluos. You will see Lolei, Bakong, and Preah Ko.
Koh Ker and Beng Mealea Tour
Get off the beaten track on this tour of Koh Ker and Beng Mealea. You will go into Preah Vihear province to see the unique Koh Ker complex and stop by Beng Mealea on the way back.
The historical complex of Angkor wat and the surrounding temples boast an impressive area of almost 200 km2 which make it impossible to do in one day, to really appreciate the beauty of these temples it’s best to spread the tour over a few days. Some of the most visited temples it the complex are the remains of Angkor Thom (the Great City), the Temple of Angkor (Angkor Wat), Bayon Temple, Baphuon Temple, Pre Rup Temple, and the Temple of Ta Prohm.
Siem Reap has a great selection of hotels and restaurants to suit any budget.
There are not many official Angkor tour guides who speak Spanish, to avoid disappointment we recommend you make reservations at least fifteen days to one month in advance. If you would like to book a tour with us please do this as much in advance as you can, it may not be possible to find a Spanish speaking tour guide at short notice.
You should also note that official tour guides of Angkor are the only authorised guides to conduct tours within the temple complex. Official licenses which are issued by the government ensure that the guide has received proper training and has a deep knowledge of the culture and country and is able to communicate with the guest, guaranteeing you a more memorable experience.
The hiring of guidance services to unauthorized guides contributes to committing an illegal act, it favour’s the black market and poses a risk for you, do not do it.
Dear all the guests !!! 10 % all the money which i earn from my job, i also support to the poor people in my the village or community, my village is called Rolous, it is far way from Siem Reap town about 16 km, located at the east of Siem Reap town. the thing which i focus on supporting to poor people is i wanted to help the poor students who i know in my community, the income which i earn from my career, i will buy the equipment material study such as: books, pens, pencils, students’ uniform, and bicycles…..etc.
Why Cambodia is poor Country ?
- According to data collected this year, 14 percent of the Cambodian population sits below the National Poverty Line. This makes it the fourth poorest country in Southeast Asia.
- According to an economic overview by the CIA World Factbook, Cambodia has experienced strong economic growth over the last decade. Between 2000 and 2010, the GDP of Cambodia grew at an average annual rate of more than eight percent. It has had a growth rate of at least seven percent since 2011. Such improvements are due to the tourism, garment, construction, real estate and agriculture sectors, all of which have provided hundreds of thousands of individuals with new jobs.
- Despite recent achievements, Cambodia remains one of the poorest countries in Asia. Further economic development is hindered by the nation’s deep-rooted corruption, with most of the workforce throughout rural Cambodia unseen, toiling away in factories or subsistence farming. Limited human resources and high income inequality are other influential factors of poverty in Cambodia. According to a study conducted in 2012, about 2.66 million only utilize $1.20 per day to survive. Worse still, 37 percent of Cambodian children under the age of five suffer from chronic malnutrition.
- The necessary infrastructure to lift millions out of poverty has not been a priority for the Cambodian government. Only 24 percent of Cambodians have access to electricity, 64 percent to clean water and 31 percent to adequate sanitation. Hospitals are also low-quality, and the impoverished cannot receive proper care and treatment.
- Another possible answer to the question “why is Cambodia poor?” has to do with the quality of education made available to the country’s population. While private schools have become more available and affordable, public schools are so ill-equipped that 75 percent of high-school students failed their graduation exams in 2014. This adds to the cycle of poverty already permeating the population.
If you want to hire my services please do not hesitate to contact me:
Telephone number: (+855) 92 98 89 63 and Whatsapp + 85592988963.