Apsara Holiday Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApsara Holiday Hotel Siem Reap
Our stay here was very nice. Rooms were clean and the service excellent. Would not hesitate to stay here again.
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... lunch at the hotel, and then another one hour massage - divine! One last swim and checked out at 6pm. Had our last meal at Havens restaurant (amazing) and then out to Siam Reap airport to head home via Shanghai (we are getting a 72 hour visa so heading out of the airport for a few hours to look around an area we haven't been to). Thanks Cambodia - we have loved every ...
... raise then go around the other temples and do the Angkor Wat last as all the tourist do that first. This turned out to be a great idea as there was practically just me and Emma at the other places, so we got some great photos. The best one by far is the Ta Phon temple, famous for its role in one of the Tomb Raider films. This place truly shows the beauty of nature, with gigantic trees growing in, over and around stone temples. The thickness of the tree roots and the trunks was ...
... hair had stuck all over us, before wandering out again. We treated ourselves to one last massage as we won't be able to afford it again for some time. Nicole found another blind massage centre so we gave this a try. The power was out here still so I, in particular, got very hot during my massage. The maseusse enlisted the help of her kids to fan us during our treatments which was very sweet. We both enjoyed the massage again and left feeling very relaxed. We then had dinner ...
At 10:00 am we called Sokhom for a ride into town. We hadn't seen him for a while because there had been a death in his family. When he came to pick us up we noticed that his head was shaved, which is a symbol of mourning at Buddhist funerals. He explained that the funeral had been for three days. We went to the Psarkrom Market which is a fairly large market in Siem Reap. It is jammed with vendors with items ranging from meat ...
... the Angkor temples. Then we had dinner in a bbq restaurant where I had beef kebab and ribs, Paul tried fish Amok which didn't go down too well. We then stopped in a spa where Paul pulled some funny faces during his massage! Then we got a double ended ice cream which was bizarre and headed back. Maybe we will get my top ...