Belmond La Residence D'Angkor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The first time I came to Siem Reap I struggled with the sumptuous hotel sitting beside the poverty outside but strangely I don't anymore. Perhaps because many of the hotels are embracing the local community (many are not but I'll ignore those) and really working to improve things. Perhaps too I can accept that I can help without having to totally …
... 3 French visitors. Two of the visitors were French journalists, who work for French TV. (Canal 2). They are based in Beijing and cover news etc. around the whole of Asia. One of the guys described his job as the best in the world. They are doing a report in Cambodia, before flying to Phuket, in Thailand to cover the 10 year anniversary commemorations of the 2004 ...
... to Tonle Sap Lake - the biggest freshwater lake in South East Asia with a population of over 3m living around it. On the way we saw some very industrious villagers (see photo) and our first rice paddy fields - they have 3-4 harvests in the south and water here is abundant for irrigation. We took a boat onto the lake and visited a typical village where all the houses, schools and hospital are on stilts. As it is the dry season, the water levels were quite low but in the rainy ...
Time to fly to Cambodia! I actually woke feeling fresh which was brilliant - maybe my body is just becoming immune to alcohol now! I spent the day wandering around and going to my favourite bakery here for a bagel and a chai tea latte (I'm so cultured, I know). I caught the airport shuttle which cost around £2 and ...
... had got more time there to experience all they have to offer. Angkor Wat was the most amazing thing I have ever seen so far. The temples in Cambodia kicked **** all over Thailand. It was crazy walking through them and knowing how old they all are. My favourite though was the one where they filmed Tomb Raider. It was all falling apart and there were trees growing all through it. We also checked out the museum to learn a bit about all the different ...