Angkor Village Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAngkor Village Hotel Siem Reap
Beautiful hotel - an oasis in the town of Siem Reap. Gardens abound, the service is excellent, and the location is great. Highly recommend.
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What an incredible sight!
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... to Angkor Wat for sunrise on Tuesday morning we went to the pool at one of our hotels sister hotels for a bit before heading back to the hotel for a good nights sleep before our early start. 4am is never a fun time to have to get up, even if it is usually to do something fun/ interesting. This was no exception and when one of the hotel staff knocked on our door it was a while before there was any movement. We were met by our guide downstairs and collected our ...
... cool of the waterfall pool and of course, hoping some of that holy water was rubbing off on us. As well, Instead of paying to have little fish nibble on our feet in one of the many massage parlours in Siem Reap, the little fish in the pool did it for free as we swam about. At least we assumed that's what was nibbling on our toes..we couldn't actually see because of the reddish sandstone coloured water. Believe it or not, after a ...