HanumanAlaya Boutique Residence
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHanumanAlaya Boutique Residence Siem Reap
We had two connecting double-rooms for a family (5 of us) and the guest house provided a roll-away bed for the 3rd child. The Ganesha pool is small but perfect to escape the heat of Siem Reap, and to freshen up after visiting the temples. The staff were fabulous- always really helpful and welcoming, remembering our names each time we came in and out. The food is really good and only a $ or so above the local places in town, and breakfast (included in the room price) is really good. The hotel decor is really nice, all dark wood and a lot of beautiful sculptures and interior dressing with an open-plan aspect to the public areas. A tuk-tuk from the hotel into town is only $3, and a great experience. The guest house is down an un-made, un-lit dirt road which we really liked because it was quiet and not on the main strip. However, there is quite a bit of building going on which means we think the area will change a bit in the next year or two, however, at present a fabulous place to stay - we loved it
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... flight the next day, and left to the airport the next morning at 6:00am. The flight was surprisingly quick, and took all of about an hour. Made up of only a single large tradition bungalow, the airport is extremely small. I got my visa on arrival which was an interesting, but easy process that took about a half an hour, and I was off to my "luxury" hotel for the weekend.
This hotel was actually incredibly beautiful. I was extremely happy with my choice ...
We woke up at 5am to watch a mesmerizing Angkor Wat sunrise and to explore the famous ruins. We were actually stood up by the tuk-tuk driver who we had arranged to pick us up at 5. Luckily many tourists wake up early to see the sunrise and we didn't have trouble finding another driver. We arrived at about 530 and there was a wonderful glow to the silhouette of Angkor Wat. We then walked down the long entrance way past the large moats that surround the main structures. As ...
... We mentioned this to our tuktuk driver, who had agreed to drive us about until sunset, and received the most surprising response. He was furious that we were changing our plans, point blank refusing to take us to AW. He came out with all sorts of lines, the best of which was 'I'm tired'. Note: there is a hammock attached to the tuktuk for lying in when we were temple trotting. As we were paying him a small Cambodian fortune for a half day ...
... as well try one. As we were eating breakfast, there was a pond nearby where a bunch of boys and men were fishing with a fishing net. Behind them were a few ox and their cattle. They were silver in colour. The people here are so much more in tune with nature than us, Canadians / North Americans. They've learned to coexist with nature. We then headed to the temple, and there were now tour buses in the parking lot. Lots. There were so many people from mainland China. ...
... Also saw other temples,including one which was amazingly detailed in its decorated carvings on the walls,pediments, etc.
The guide treated us to a full commentary on the activities of the Khymer Rouge, which happened when he was a child. And we think we have problems. Any way, tomorrow we goto phnom penh and no doubt will get a further analysis.