Any tips on surviving the 'wet' in Siem Reap would be much appreciated.
We are going in the school holidays in September.
(I'm originally from outback South Australia, so have no desire for dust.) But, the lush green is going to come at a cost, if the floods photos are any indication of how wet, the wet season can be.
How do tuk tuks cope on muddy, non paved roads? Are outlying temple roads in worse condition than the more visited ones? What about the road to the lake? Does it pour, predictably in the pm as I have read, rather than drizzle all day? Moss/ rain/ steep steps presumably make for challenging climbing of temple steps? (I bought the rubber soled, velcro strapped sandals as suggested here).