Mysteres d'Angkor Siem Reap Lodge

Address: 235, Phum Slorkram, behind Wat Polanka, Siem Reap, 93104, Cambodia | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 235, Phum Slorkram, behind Wat Polanka, Siem Reap, is near Phare, The Cambodian Circus, Quad Adventure Cambodia, Baksei Chamkrong, and Royal Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Siem Reap

    Siem Reap - Big Day Out

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 04, 2015

    17 photos

    ... We ride past rice fields, people working in their fields little children calling out to us and we are passed by trucks and tuk tuks and motos. We turn off the road and head along a dirt track. The bikes are quite comfortable with excellent suspension which is most welcome as we/ I manage to find every pothole there is. As I said its hot and I need to stop for a break. What's the quickest way to get off a bike and freak everyone out at the same time .... Fall off of course! I was fine, ...

    The Kingdom of Wonder

    A travel blog entry by fraser_belinda on Jul 22, 2015

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... it old school style like Fraser did – print off some CVs, cycle around town looking for schools (providing you want to teach!), walk in and ask to see the principal. Two weeks later, we’re both working full time, have rented out a nice little house and are receiving salaries up to 10 times that of a local (a local teaching salary for a full time teacher is approximately US$100/month; for expats it’s around US$1000/month). Thirty days later when ...

    Visiting the Angkor Wat complex

    A travel blog entry by banshee4 on Jun 11, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... s and sculpture make it one of the finest monuments in the world. Covered galleries with columns define the boundaries of the first and second levels. The third level supports five towers – four in the corners and one in the middle (the most prominent architectural feature of the wat). The overall profile imitates a lotus bud. The ingenious design of the temple hides the fifth tower from view from almost all ...

    Temple Time

    A travel blog entry by indagator on May 17, 2015

    191 photos

    ... of fly's kept putting us off eatting it. As we were clearing food away for bin Su, our guide stopped us and put all our leftovers into 3 boxes and gave them to 3 small children that were being made to work selling bracelets. The inner temples are amazing, they are a combination of sandstone and lava stone, all quarried from over 100 miles away. Ridiculous amount of photos were taken on my big camera, probably about a thousand. The ...


    A travel blog entry by 2drifters on May 16, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... we braved the tuk-tuk brigade and went on a trip to Tuol Sleng, a former high school which was taken over by the Khmer Rouge following their overthrow of the government in 1975. It was used as a prison where brutal tortures were carried out in order to extract false confessions from people "suspected" of spying, being too educated (because they wore glasses or their hands were clean) or speaking out against the government.

    Visiting the Genocide Museum, as Tuol ...