Our Hospitality

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Our Friendliness and Hospitality

What we do

We believe that life is a continuous journey, with every destination holding a different meaning to everyone. With this in mind, we developed a service to meet every aspect of our clients’ desires. Being a part of the journey is very important to us and we are determined to take you to your destination and back, safe and sound!

Our English speaking tour guides are not only there to guide you through the temples, ask them questions, learn some Cambodian words, make a friend… whatever it is, we want you to make the most of this experience!

After years of consistently providing elite services, we have reached international standards. From day one, we have gone above and beyond to ensure that every client can rely on us for smooth and professional shuttle services. Our passion for hospitality and travel is what makes us your most trusted service in Siem Reap

An Important focus

Shared & Private Tours

Holidays are the perfect opportunity to escape reality for a while to relax, but doing it alone can get boring! 

Siem Reap Shuttle offers a unique tour experience where you’re sure to have an amazing experience, and meet some cool like-minded people at the same time! If you are traveling alone and would like some company on your lengthy journey through the temples, then these Shared Tours are perfect for you!

We combine individuals and travel groups that intend to do the same tours on the same day, put you all on a bus or in a mini-van, and send you off to make friends for the day! 

Enjoy the convenience of our Tour Guide, while traveling through the Temples of Angkor at a cheaper rate, with amazing travelers just like you!

Fun Activities

➤ Being such a large hub for tourists from all over the world, Temple Town has more than just Temples in store for you!
➤ We’ve carefully selected the “must-do” activities in Siem Reap, that will give you a unique experience.

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Siem Reap Shuttle Founder & CEO

Mr. Sina

Sina founded Siem Reap Shuttle in 2010 under the name “Easy Tour”, a few hundred meters down the road from the current offices.

Working in hotels, a massage parlour, and eventually going on to own that same massage parlour, he noticed a gap in the market.

Constantly receiving busloads of tourists from travel companies in his different jobs, he was able to note the weak points in their services.

This is how Sina developed the idea for his brand. Siem Reap Shuttle offers safe, professional, and entertaining tours around the Kingdom of Wonder.

Let our fleet of certified tour guides and drivers take care of you, we guarantee safety, professionalism and a whole lot of fun!

Sina’s Ex Boss & Current day time Security Guard

Mr. Sokha

Sokha and Sina have a pretty amazing history together. It all started when Sina was still just learning about the tourism and hospitality industry.

One of his first ever bosses was Sokha, and they always had a special connection.

Fluent in Thai, Khmer, and some English, Sokha ran the hotel at which Sina worked as a bellboy. Sokha used to sneak the leftovers to Sina after big dinner parties, because he knew that the salary that they worked on wasn’t always sufficient.

Unfortunately, one day Sokha didn’t make it to work. Late at night on his way home, Sokha was struck head on by a Lorry while driving a small motorbike.

Losing a leg, and then his job, Sokha returned to live in the village where he struggled as an unemployed amputee. Sina never forgot about this great influential man that had helped him so much.

After ten long years of searching (and in the meantime working hard to develop himself and his businesses) Sina found him. Sina was desperate to help the man that had helped him so much as a younger man, so he hired Sokha as a Security Guard with a sustainable salary.

Now, the two see each other almost daily, and reminisce on the early days of the friendship. If you see Sokha on your way in, don’t forget to say hello!

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