Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity, Siem Reap

(4.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Observe the majestic creatures at, Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity, Cambodia's first wildlife reserve. Aiming to raise awareness of the poor treatment of wild animals, the center rescues animals, provides rehabilitation, breeds endangered species, and sets animals free when possible. A guided tour takes you through enclosures of peacocks, leopards, macaques, gibbons, turtles, storks, eagles, hornbills, and many more interesting creatures. Bear in mind that the center operates differently to a zoo; the visiting hours are fixed, and you'll need to take a guided tour around the premises. Add Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity and other attractions to your Siem Reap trip itinerary using our Siem Reap vacation builder.
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  • I thought it was going to be a more hands on experience. It takes about 1.5 hours to get there from Siem Reap and if that was all i did for the day and that effort of driving i would be disappointed. ...  more »
  • This isn't a huge park, but we easily spend 2 hours accompanied by a guide (Chhun) who presents his Park with passion. He takes the time to introduce animals and their history and to answer our questions. The project is really commendable, but they are desperately short of resources. They ask for a donation of at least $ 3/person but you will gladly give a little more... We saw marabouts, a toucan, a Gibbons, turtles, monkeys, but could not see the pangolins that were hiding. All the animals in the Park are not always visible. It is possible that there is no specimen or whether they are in rehabilitation or apart to preserve their good be.
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  • The locals call this place "a zoo," but it's really a rescue center for different animals. I went there on a day trip from Siem Reap, and also saw the Kbal Spean waterfall (the trail starts from the s...  more »