Khemara Angkor Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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... morning exploring and it was now getting way to hot to walk around we asked our driver to take us back to the hotel. We had breakfast and then relaxed by the pool and had a little snooze. 1 o'clock soon hit and it was time for our massages. Just what was needed after a heavy morning. We chose the traditional Khmer massage which uses stretch and pressing points to ease muscles and joints and optimise relaxation. This was debatable for Will as when he came out he felt as if ...
... His elder brother and other elder sister were there. His parents had both died due to malnutrition and starvation. Somuch promptly joined the new army as to drive out the remaining Kmer Rouge from the country. As did his elder brother. They were both sent to differing divisions of the army. Then with the Vietnamese invading Cambodia as well, and some divisions joining the Vietnamese, it turned out Somuch was fighting against his brother. They did not know it at the time but ...
... in one place than anywhere else on this crazy trip except for Jerusalem. This was by design, since I knew that after almost nine weeks of nonstop travel an extra day to wash clothes, sleep, and chill out would be essential. It took two days to see ten or eleven temples by tuk-tuk, including watching dawn at Angkor Wat and seeing some of the more remote and jungle-covered sites, and while there were literally hundreds more temples left to explore I had a great ...