Auberge Mont-Royal D'Angkor

497 Taphul St., Siem Reap, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Siem Reap

Cranking it up a gear!

A travel blog entry by emma-may-white


... Our aim is to raise money to help the new school in the village become on parr with the old school to give the village kids equal opportunities. Frat on the list is electricity! Last weekend I visited the floating villages with a friend,Karl, whom I met in NZ. It was good to see the local village and was an exciting day involving a boat crash, crocodiles and a Tuktuk crash- good old Cambodia! Karl is now volunteering in CESHE after her was drawn in by the ...

The temples of Angkor and Siem Reap

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086


... they are still always smiling. After that we helped cook dinner- green chicken curry, and while we were waiting for it we had some fish cakes too, which were very tasty. The lady who had cooked for us had a little boy who was very shy. She had a cooked bat which an old woman told us was delicious. I held it and it stank! You could see it's sharp little teeth! It looked quite evil and I can kind of see why lots of people are scared of bats now. Lastly we went to a school which ...

Inspiration in a Struggling Country

A travel blog entry by chrisandteri


... academic education plus training in art, music, theatre and circus performance. Since all of Phare’s students come from difficult backgrounds, the arts education is not just a means to future employability but also a therapy to help the students to heal from emotional trauma. The performers in the Phare Circus earn a living wage, and one of its performers recently earned a scholarship to train with Cirque du Soleil in ...

Something quite extraordinary

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin


... But we round a bend and we are in the outskirts of the floating village, and quite a spectacle it is too. The rich families have painted wooden houses, the mid level families have wooden houses which aren't painted, and the poor live in houses of bamboo and palm leaf. We motor through until we get to the sanctuary entrance where the fee is paid and we transfer to a smaller boat. Before we change boats we take the opportunity to take a look round and we see one ...

A very Cambodian Welcome

A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards


... in Kymer. They said they hoped we had enjoyed our stay and were relaxed after the hard work of looking after our children! Service with a smile...a big one! Back home to chill, although we had to close the curtains as the cleaning ladies kept peering in to get a glimpse of Ru.....see, the attention gets extreme. We then found some more kids activites and went to the Kids Plaza. Its a restaurant downstairs and soft play area upstairs. Soft play cost $1 for Millie, Ru was free ...

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This hotel, located on 497 Taphul St., Siem Reap, is near Quad Adventure Cambodia, Baksei Chamkrong, and Royal Theater.
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