The Rose Apple
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Rose Apple Siem Reap
Nice friendly place, it a swiming pool. It`s a short walk to the market and `pub street' but we felt perfectly safe even at night.
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... happened to work perfectly that I saw some other explorers being encouraged into a secret looking tour onto the ruins and inside the temple. Seizing the opportunity we followed, and with the aid of some guides for both us and the first two explorers, we were then led on an amazing route under arches, crawling across collapsed stones now forming stairs and gaining some in-depth knowledge about the temple. Not only did the guide show us the path ...
... but different'. The people were even more friendlier than Vietnam and they didn't chase you down the street asking if you wanted to buy anything or have your shoes fixed. I would say that it is more poorer than Vietnam and not as clean. They would literally live amongst their rubbish and sometimes the smells were terrible...setting off my gag reflexes. To think what the people have been through is just horrible, but they are doing all that they can to live in peace and develop their ...
Early start to Angkor Wat to try and beat the heat. After a mango overload breakfast, we all piled into the bus for a 15 minute journey to the WAT.
We entered the Complex via the back passage (to beat the crowds). Good choice.
The Wat is absolutely amazing. It would have ...
... to get an earlyish night as we had decided we would get up for sunrise at Angkor Wat. The next morning my alarm went off at 4.15am and 15 minutes later we were in a tuk tuk heading to Angkor Wat. Our driver had told that Angkor Thom (a large collection of temples) was closed because of the New Year celebrations, but we were skeptical as nobody else had mentioned it. The drive to Angkor Wat took about 20 minutes and when we arrived it was still pitch black so we couldn't ...
... driver “Nuk” off we went to view the three most legendary ones. Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm Temples.
Ta Prohm Temple is the most picturesque tree-temples in the Angkor complex. It has fallen badly in ruins due to moradors (looking for treasures) the war and the "Sprung tree" that as overgrown the walls and other parts of the ruins. The main and most famous of these trees began its life ...