Surrounded by small local restaurants, internet cafes and overseas phone shops, Ta Som Guesthouse offers 31 clean and comfortable Khmer-style rooms and an affordable restaurant serving both traditional Khmer food and western dishes.
The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and can prepare western and Japanese dishes in addition to its Khmer specialties such as, Fish Amok which is one of the most popular dishes in Cambodia. Guests can dine indoors in the restaurant or enjoy their meal and drinks in the pleasant garden. Ta Som has two buses and several motorbikes and bicycles for rent and licensed drivers available for hire, all at reasonable prices.
Hello Ladies and Gentlemen!We welcome you to Siem Reap, home of the Angkor world heritage site. Our family is happy to assist and serve you during your visit in Cambodia.My name is Mang Meng (far left) and my wife is Ling Mealie Vatey (standing next to me). We were married on the 3rd of January 1993 and now have 2 children, one girl and one boy. Currently, I am a bus driver for my guesthouse, my wife is a cook in our restaurant and my mother in-law is taking care of running the guesthouse. You will be immediately impressed with the services of our 5 hospitable and pleasant staff.Staying with our family, you will learn a lot about our tradition and cultures.Love, Ta Som
This accommodation provider has taken action to address one or more issues (whether environmental, social or cultural) which will contribute positively to the long term viability of the destination and hence their site displays a Caring for the destination rating.
Main area of focus in Caring for the Destination:
Local employment and community projects
Detailed description of the Caring for the Destination Initiative:
Ta Som Guesthouse is a small locally owned and managed guesthouse which actively employs local people, uses locally produced food and sources the majority of its supplies locally. Hence, Ta Som directly supports other local businesses and has a positive knock-on effect on the local community.
For a real shopping experience, guests are welcome to come along to the local markets to buy fresh fruits and vegetables if arranged in advance and guests will also have the opportunity to venture out to see rice paddies, water buffaloes and traditional villages.