Ree Hotel

Address: National Road 6, (Airport Road), Siem Reap, 885, Cambodia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on National Road 6, (Airport Road), 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 Sightseeing - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by logiburtn on Mar 31, 2015

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... it. There were numerous trees intertwined with the stones. At some points the tree had started to push the stones over. We came across the tree in Tomb Raider. Then also a tree which looked like a bum, lol. (See photo). We then wandered back to the car for some lunch. This was just at a restaurant outside the temple. Helen had a green mango salad and I went for sweet and sour chicken. Was very nice. During the meal kids tried to sell you things. One was a little recorder ...

    Hangover City. Population: Me.

    A travel blog entry by nanders on Mar 29, 2015

    13 photos

    ... in the most beautiful setting, and was so peaceful compared to the city. I only wish I had had more energy, but I'm still really glad I went. As per usual there was lots of food and beer and dancing, but I mostly only partook in the first of those three, and even then I still took it pretty easy. At about 8:30 or so most of us made our way back to Siem Reap. Some people were going to head to X-Bar again, but I was 100% ...

    Angkor Wat and theAncient City of Angkor

    A travel blog entry by robjacobs on Mar 16, 2015

    3 comments, 84 photos

    ... by French archeologists. From then until the 1990s when the area was declared a UNESCO heritage site the job of clearing away the jungle and restoring the temples was going on. It’s is still going on. It’s also a wonder that the archeological site was not destroyed by the Pol Pot Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s.

    Hopefully the pictures that I took give you an idea of just how amazing these buildings are and the artistry ...

    The temples of Angkor

    A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Mar 03, 2015

    57 photos

    ... with the Ayutthayan Empire from Thailand. Their legacy, however, are the ruins of the 1,000 plus temples in the area, ranging from Angkor Wat (which is probably the largest single religious monument ever) to a simple pile of rubble. The temples were the only buildings that the Khmer people built from stone, with everything else built from wood or other materials that have long since decayed.

    We went on a day tour to the main temples in the area. ...

    Temple Tiiiiime!

    A travel blog entry by nanders on Feb 28, 2015

    2 comments, 111 photos

    ... I can't quite remember the specific names of temples, but that's why I'm glad we'll get the chance to go back and explore some more. I know we saw the temple where parts of Tomb Raider were filmed, and got to see how the jungle trees have taken over the temples. It looks so amazing. Mostly I explored with Katie, when I wasn't wandering around by myself. As a group we never officially had lunch, but thankfully the driver kept restocking our ...