Apsara Angkor Resort & Conference
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Leaving Laos was hard - it's a country with which I'd fallen in love. However, my attentions soon turned to my next stop, Cambodia, a country that also intrigued me; like Laos, it was surrounded by a kind of mysteriousness one feels of a country before experiencing the reality, but a feeling particular to Indochina. I perceived Cambodia as a wild …
We took a 7 hour ferry ride down the river to Siem Reap from Phnom Penh. It left at 7am and Garry had told me it was "about a 3 or 4 hr trip" and we didn't eat before hand and there was no food sold on board and I was eating my own stomach lining by the time we got off. The last 1/2 hour we had to be towed by another boat as the tide was so low! We …
Day1: 7th Nov
Arrived Siem Reap at about 3 p.m by car after 6 hours ride from Phnom Penh.Checked into the Borei Angkor.Took two deluxe rooms booked through Agoda.
Rooms are good size and clean.Poor lighting in room and bathroom.Towels are old and have lost the fluffs.Internet connection erratic.Otherwise, rooms are quite …
Travel by plane from Bangkok to Siem Reap, Cambodia.
After breakfast, tour the South Gate of the walled town of Angkor Thom then the famous Bayon with its spectacular bas-reliefs wrapping around the temple walls. Also, the Terrace of Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King. Late afternoon, on our way back to the hotel, we stopped for a workshop demonstration of local artists who carve stone and wood ornamental sculptures.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services