Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa

Address: National Road No. 6, Siem Reap, 17252, Cambodia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel is located on National Road No. 6, Siem Reap.
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      Travel Blogs from Siem Reap

      Monks and Markets

      A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Nov 19, 2014

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      ... many of the men there had become monks so that they could study whilst receiving free bed and board. He felt very strongly that education in Cambodia is too knowledge based, suggesting that many westerners have deeper critical thinking skills. Also, he felt strongly about the effect that people have on other human beings and the environment. We were treated to several fables that illustrated his points about everything being cyclical and actions (however ...

      Holiday in Cambodia

      A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Nov 13, 2014

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      ... for certainly all kinds of tourists, with massive, golden, 5-star resorts rising on each side of the street. I also noticed that a good few of the tourists visiting must be Korean, since every second restaurant or hotel was advertising in Korean.

      Arriving in the middle of town I already had an idea of which Hostel I wanted to go to (found on Wikitravel), but before leaving the bus a Tuktuk driver offered everyone his suspiciously free service to ...

      Hello Cambodia!!

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Nov 11, 2014

      ... fresh pineapple, and I finished my book just as we were arriving at the Cambodian border.

      There is only way across the land border from Thailand to Cambodia and that is to walk. The bus took me very very close to the border, which was great. There were fairly clear signs in English pointing to "departure" and "foreign passports" so I followed those. Filled out my departure card and got through immigration no problem. Continued ...

      The Amazing Angkor Watt

      A travel blog entry by m155gkv on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... slept so well, and my alarm going off at 4am wasn't too much of a shock. By 4.30am our Tuk Tuk driver had arrived. To get to the ticket booth probably took twenty minutes and I got a day pass for $20. There was hardly a queue and took around five minutes. The Tuk Tuk driver cost $17 which I booked from the hotel and me and Caroline split the cost. They use dollars in Cambodia and even the cash machines will give you $ but ...

      Days 5, 6 & 7

      A travel blog entry by capss on Oct 04, 2014

      ... night in Siem Reap. This left us in high spirits, the only damper on the evening being our farewell to Arun. Day 6 we were up reasonably early for our day long bus trip to Phnom Penh, we meet our new tour guide Samnang who is with us for the rest of the trip. Our first stop was at the ancient bridge (the oldest bridge in Cambodia). We continued our very bumpy journey across Cambodia with a stop for a lunch about half way to Phnom Penh. We ...