Khemara Angkor Hotel & Spa
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With our guide, we visited the Bayon Buddhist temple first, built from 1181 through 1215 on stilts on top of a Hindu temple. There are 54 towers, one for each province of the Khmer Kingdom. Each tower has four faces, so there are 216 faces, for the 216 faces of Buddha. There are three levels -- a lower level for hell, a first floor for earth, and ...
... We meet a man who works in the park, picking up litter which has been dropped despite the regular bins, and whose job it is to sweep the ever falling leaves off the path. He offers to show us the 12 carvings on the way to the waterfall and we readily agree. We follow him down a breakneck descent to a pretty but decidedly not very high or watery waterfall. There were some young boys bathing and our adopted guide told us this is the holiest water ...
... one we chose. I forgot to mention that I had my colour & set done and was a little worried when I asked the price before I started. A whole 5USD$, needless to say I did not bargain and it turned out really nice! Phew! What other choice do I have? I don't have many pictures today but I would like to thank all the friends and family that wrote to wish Francois happy birthday. It is even more special when we are far away to know that loved ones think of us! ...
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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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