Guia Portugues de Angkor Wat is a tour operator and a team of specialized guides in Portuguese, Spanish and English in Cambodia that offers customized itineraries for clients traveling to Cambodia.
As ecological and exotic itineraries for both Siem Reap and other cities. Siem Reap is the main tourist destination of the country. What brings millions of tourists to the city every year is that it is the gateway to the wonderful Angkor temple complex that served as the setting for the Tom Raider films. hotels and resorts, restaurants and bars, at discount prices.
Millions of tourists visit each year in Siem Reap, Cambodia to have the chance to connect one of the most incredible heritage sites of mankind elected by UNESCO: the Angkor complex, with an incredible heritage from the 9th to the 15th century, time of the Khmer empire, has approximately 400Km2.
Hi people ! My name is Bun Leap. I am Cambodian, currently, I live in the city of Siem Reap in Cambodia. I am a tour guide in the archeological parquet of Angkor. Before I start my work as a guide. In 2000 years. I worked with the archaelogical team of Angkor. We work as you explore the temples that are hidden in the dense jungle. to 2004, and then, I worked as taxi demotor and motorist of Tuk Tuk. For 2 years.
From 2006 to today, I work as a tour guide in the archaeological park of Angkor.
My work as a freelance guide (indepente) I studied Portuguese with Tiago, the Brazilian teacher, he lives in Siem Reap of Cambodia. Mais, I studied Portuguese in the house. Now in Siem Reap. In 2006, I comecie working as a tour guide, speaks English finally I consequi aprendar Spanish, and I speak Spanish, English, when I went to church, I met James who is Catholic missionary and then I talked to he, asking him to teach me Portuguese, later, he taught me Portuguese. Now, I speak three languages, Portuguese, Spanish, and English.
I was born in Siem Reap. In the year of civil war between 1975 - 1979, I restarted the studies in primary school in Siem Reap, finally, I am granduado university in Siem Reap.