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 and the ancient temples of Angkor

    A travel blog entry by herewegosa on Jul 17, 2015

    45 photos

    ... trees growing out and around the ruins, it is quite otherworldly. After an early start and sticky heat we travelled back to the guesthouse to nip a few houses down for a much appreciated swim (Frangipani Guesthouse). From there we frequented the street markets again for food and enjoyed a BBQ'd kebab in a baguette with tasty, spicy salad; a coconut sour chicken soup (served in a pineapple); and a banana and condense milk crepe for ...

    A bumpy ride to Siem Reap

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jun 19, 2015

    2 photos

    ... walking all the way across town to the Angkor Museum. Having not checked the price, we were soon walking straight back out at the hefty $12 entrance fee as well as the confiscating of water whilst within the museum! Instead we headed back to the hostel, escaping the intense sun, and did some flights planning. We're getting ever closer to taking that final step and actually booking some... We headed to the night market in ...

    A goose migration

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on May 07, 2015

    59 photos

    ... big jigsaw puzzle together accurately: nothing was made from 1 piece of stone, 1 low relief image of a Buddha took up at least 6 – 8 large blocks that fitted together perfectly. Each image was a master piece in its own right, and there were a large number of master pieces in this temple!

    We could not walk up to the top of Angkor Wat as the stairs were closed until 8am. We didn’t want to hang around until then, so made our way back to the parking ...

    Temples n Tutt-Tutts

    A travel blog entry by dmcr38191 on Apr 29, 2015

    8 photos

    ... The next (and final) temple of Angkor was worth the trip - excellent preservation of carvings and ruins of temple dating back to pre-Mayan time, 9th and 10th century. Most moving part of the day was a stop at the Land Mine Museum - a place run by an ex-child fighter in the Vietnam and Khmer war - so many wars have literally blown up the history and people of this country, so very sad. 600,000 killed by land mines and almost 3 million killed ...

    Tuesday to Thursday

    A travel blog entry by nanders on Mar 19, 2015

    34 photos

    ... left. We could see Justin and Candy in the middle section (we were on the right), but I ended up sitting next to strangers. Luckily one of them was a girl my age and we actually had a really nice conversation and thoroughly enjoyed the show. I don't think we ever actually even introduced ourselves to each other, but it was sort of one of those funny instances where you just know and get along with someone for a couple of hours and yet you know you probably won't ever see ...