Dara Reang Sey Hotel Siem Reap
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... construction time of the temple is 30 years by King Suryavarman II, dedicated to Vishnu (Hindu). It occupies a rectangular area of about 208 hectares (500 acres) defined by a laetrile wall. The first evidence of the site is a moat with a long sandstone causeway (length 250 meters, 820 feet; width 12 meters, 39 feet) crossing it and serving as the main access to the monument. The moat is 200 meters (656 feel) wide with ...
... to orange sun but it was still a great thing to see; the outline of this incredibly famous place coming in to view and then the details on the building as the light continued to improve. Realising we'd probably seen enough we moved in to the actual Angkor Wat and had a look around with plenty of dark corridors but plenty of open spaces it was good to get a feel for the place. After we'd finished here we were walking back to the Tuk-Tuk parking lot, hoping Teae would still ...
... by 802 m and 4.5 m high, is surrounded by a 30 m apron of open ground and a moat 190 m wide. Access to the temple is by an earth bank to the east and a sandstone causeway to the west; the latter, the main entrance, is a later addition, possibly replacing ...
... en maag. De ober: 'oooh me no chef, don't know, hihi' en na wat geaarzel 'maybe take spring rolls' Just a minute ago we ordered something to eat and I wanted to try the Cambodian beers. It went like this: 'We don't have a lot of time to eat because we have to leave in half an hour. Can you tell us which dishes can be ready quickly?' The waiter: 'yes, yes, open 10 o'clock' Ok then we switch to east mode 'no time, need food quickly, what eat?' With the ...
... therefore we had to have our photos taken to include on the front. Once suitably ID checked we were in to the site which covers 400 square kilometres and off to the main "attraction" of this UNESCO World Heritage site: Angkor Wat.
Our guide took us round Angkor Wat pointing out the carvings that existed and the stories that they told. She spoke to us about Hindu and Buddhist religion which were those that had been followed here ...