Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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Well I have to say I am intrigued and awed and amazed and sometimes frightful, when in and or watching the jumbled and chaotic flow of traffic on the streets and yes sometimes the sidewalks.
The "Tuk Tuk" meaning trailor is just that!!! It is attached to a motorbike (moto) and is a very popular and an inexpensive way to be taxied around. An average fare is 2 dollars, in and around the city. A moto ride is 1 dollar but that ...
... be sitting with the owner of Upaya, some of his Italian friends, and some of the Upaya staff. First to show up after us was Sreimom, our maid, her husband, another woman and her husband, and Upaya's gardener. We really enjoyed talking to them, cheersing with them, and sharing food with them. The food was quite good! I think I must've inadvertently eaten some meat though, since the wedding food in general is quite carnivore friendly. Fun side note, I've noticed ...
... skills is splendid. But this place would be great if it wasn’t also noble. I do love the idea of the training restaurant, and believe it would really be of benefit in the US, although I’m not sure Americans are actually trainable to this level of service.
My next stop required some serious navigation. Rated in the top four all week on TripAdvisor, Khmer Touch is considered a level above the standard Cambodian food restaurants that ...
... finally lead us to the entrance to Angkor Wat.
Angkor Wat is the most famous and largest Wat in the world, it was built in less than 40 years. It was dedicated to become the 'Sacred Abode of Vishnu' and also a mausoleum to its maker Suryavarman II. It wasn't until 150 years later that the Khmer empire embraced Buddhism and Angkor was transformed from a Vishnute sanctuary into a Buddhist Wat.
As we headed home through the temple grounds ...
... fi from the Information Desk, and did all those things you do these days like check my Facebook, check in on Facebook, check the news from Australia, and talked to my daughters and father in law via iMessage. After a few hours doing sweet f a, I went and got my Singapore Airline vouchers ($40 worth). I used those to buy a 1 litre bottle of duty free Cointreau. I should note that there are lot of things you can do at Changi Airport, but we could not ...