The Rose Apple
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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... past month, but we both surely wondered how we would get clean or cool off after a hard day of traipsing around in the forest. Ironically, I think I slept better the first night at this eco-lodge than I did any other night of the trip, which probably tells you a lot about me and five star hotels and elaborate meals. There was a little fan for ventilation, and when the rains came in the middle of the night it cooled down enough to turn off the fan and ...
... fro leave you quite warm. I'm negotiating the main roads well now, I've found it easier to just put out the arm and not look!!! Am loving the rides, the coolness of the river and the endless children high fiving is uplifting.
Our day ended after a delicious meal at the guesthouse with our new friends and a visit to the night markets and Pub ...
... are around $4-6 a night, fried noodles on the street and fresh fruit juice come at $1 (they will always add sugar or a pinch of salt to your juice so make sure to tell them "no sugar"), draft beer is $0.5-$0.75 and renting a Tuk Tuk for the day that takes you around to all the temples is roughly $12-$15 for up to 4 people. So you can have a great time here without becoming broke :) Also, people are very friendly and many of them speak quite ...
... main temple haha! We wandered, took photos, ate breakfast and saw a monkey (as I was taking pictures of it posing and sitting on a sign saying no sitting then knocking it over, haha, a monk walked past and I got such a cool photo of them looking like they're chatting away lol) then went back to meet our driver at 8.30am. The original driver who had slept in was there to take us on the rest of the journey and apologised but said '5am is so ...
... and there was only a dozen or so people walking around. It had a temple in the centre with four surrounding. The site was full of ruins so I'm sure it was a lot bigger and had more parts when it was originally built. The third one I visited was Bakong, the biggest one in the group. It was huge compared to the other two and really beautiful. It's made from sandstone and was the first sandstone temple built in Angkor. You can climb up to the top of the temple and there was ...