The setting for this Cambodian classical dance show is a striking wooden pavilion finished in the style of a wat. The price includes dinner. It tends to be packed to the rafters with tour groups.
Bringing a bit of Bangkok-style Broadway to Siem Reap, this show includes cultural dances from the region and a not-so-cultural ladyboy cabaret; ticket prices are on the high side.
Temple Club stages a free traditional dance show upstairs from 7.30pm, providing punters order some food and drink from the very reasonably priced menu.
Better known as Dr Beat Richner, Beatocello performs cello compositions at Jayavarman VII Children’s Hospital. Entry is free, but donations are welcome as they assist the hospital in offering free medical treatment …
Popular with some Asian tour groups, this is the glitziest dinner-dance show in town, but in reality it doesn't live up to the hefty price tag.
For something a bit different, try the Wednesday-evening shadow-puppet show with classical dance at La Noria. Part of the fee is donated to a charity supporting local children.