Originated in 2013 with Vespa Adventures and a vision to share our heritage and Countryside.
We have adapted our name to our wider offer
Knowing the challenge to discover and appreciate a country. We have developed Tours to be as friendly as possible. Imagine bringing your friends to your hometown, your village. You will show them your favorite places, eating in your cantine or having late drinks in your favorite bar. This is exactly what we do!
And then, as we love food and sharing moments, we have an amazing Khmer food tour in the evening when Siem Reap reveals its new visage. Why are we so good, two main reasons..
First, our founder Akim has been raised by her grandfather the grand abbot of Angkor (Chief Monk). Her playground was the Angkor Wat complex itself… Second, all our guides are Cambodian from Siem Reap and love to explain their culture, share their passion for this amazing Angkor Wat and unique Siem Reap atmosphere.
We share and wish you to go back home with a different view of Siem Reap and an authentic experience as far as we can from the crowd.
Vespa Adventures Siem Reap is a family business that has adopted the principle of being a responsible player in our society. Akim and the team are part of the local community in a positive way and proud that the opportunities we create are now shared by a growing number of staff and all our suppliers. These relationships are best characterized as a respectful win-win associations whereby Vespa Adventures Siem Reap is the catalyst for the results all can enjoy.
Akim wanted to offer something different than the usual Angkor Wat Tours and other things to do in Siem Reap. The mission became to introduce Cambodia as she knows it and the heritage of which Akim is proud of. It is important to her that people on holiday in Siem Reap experience it in a way that is not only fun and fresh, but also authentic, responsible and with mutual respect. Many say she has achieved her goal in an exemplary way.
Realizing her limit in what can be done. Akim chose to support carefully selected local initiatives. Some incidental with many school programs and on a more regular basis: