Khemara Angkor Hotel & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKhemara Angkor Hotel & Spa Siem Reap
Visiting Angkor Watt is a fully curious experience. In the evening, after a very tired day, returning to the Khemara Angkor Hotel room was similar to entering to the heaven. Hotel staff always welcomed us with their smiley friendly faces, and specially the breakfast buffet at the hotel restaurant was marvelous. Wish you a great future to serve more and more.
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... Siem Reap. During the drive, our driver bought us some masks as we were going to be going on dirt roads. We saw the way that plenty of Cambodians live. It's very simplistic and many of their houses are built very high up. Almost like they're on stilts. Some houses looked nicer than others. Most look like they cut down some trees, chopped up the wood to build their houses, and hung hammocks for beds. Kids were running around naked or just in underwear. Again, just gut ...
... bad to understand with a little practice. There are also no coins used – the riel doesn’t have any and US cents are not accepted.
Siem Reap is by far the most touristy town in Cambodia and that is because of its proximity to the temples of Angkor. Angkor was the heart of the Khmer Empire, which flourished from the 9th to the 15th centuries. The fall of the Empire and the abandonment of Angkor came about because ...
... working there didn't speak english and we couldn't understand any of the posted information. We got in another tuk-tuk, looked at a couple other bike shops and then went to a market where we bought rice, fruit and bagettes. We were so hot by this time and took the tuk-tuk home. We cooled off in the pool and then made dinner - a rice dish and fresh mango and bananas. The jet lag was catching up to us, so we went to bed around 9:00 pm. We have Google and Facebook ...