Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... s and sculpture make it one of the finest monuments in the world. Covered galleries with columns define the boundaries of the first and second levels. The third level supports five towers – four in the corners and one in the middle (the most prominent architectural feature of the wat). The overall profile imitates a lotus bud. The ingenious design of the temple hides the fifth tower from view from almost all ...
... again people were murdered during the genecide. Because the cave was at the very top of a mountain, we had to take a scooter to get to the top (we didnt fancy climbing 800+ steps!). We were told that people were brought to the top of the mountain, told to kneel and the soldiers struck them on their necks and they fell forwards into the hole at the top of the cave. They then fell to their deaths. There was a small temple at the base of the cave with bones placed inside, ...
... up it was than Siem Reap, we still agreed for a capital city it did seem pretty small. We were dropped at the travel company offices where from here we got a tuk tuk to our hostel called Eighty8 Hostel, it was a really nice hostel resembling an impressive villa and had a good bar and even a decent pool. We were pretty tired from our journey so after a meal downstairs in the hostel bar we headed up to our dorm room for an early night ready to explore Phnom Penh tomorrow. ...
The alarm went at 4:30 and we met our tuk-tuk driver at 5am in the foyer. He drove us to the Angkor Wat ticket booth where we were photographed very swiftly - we didn't need our passports this year. $20 - for a day pass. There is something of a scandal involved in this as no-one seems to know, or be prepared to admit, where the millions of dollars raised by Angkor Wat visits go. It certainly doesn't seem to filter its way back to ...
Yesterday Neville replaced the back shock absorbers on the van. He says he probably should have done them before we left home. He took a tuk tuk into Siem Reap and with the help of the driver as interpreter bought two new ones for $20. Yes, $20 for 2.
The hotel was running on generator power for much of the day. Rooms either had power or aircon but not both. We had ...