Koh Ker Hotel

Address: 8, Route 6, Siem Reap, 12206, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8, Route 6, Siem Reap, is near Bayon Temple, Phare, The Cambodian Circus, Angkor Thom, and Quad Adventure Cambodia.
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Travel Blogs from Siem Reap

Good Morning Cambodia!

A travel blog entry by lovejenni on Jul 25, 2015

13 photos

... towns and villages of Siem Reap. It was a warm day, but it was much more comfortable than my previous experience in Bangkok and in Ho Chi Minh City. The warm air with the breeze in the tuk tuk made for an extremely pleasant and relaxing experience. It's quite difficult to explain how beautiful the Cambodian landscape is. There's just, quite literally, no appropriate words I feel that I could use that would encompass how amazing the scenery is. I was ...

Angkor Wat: Thanks Kjersti and Jann!

A travel blog entry by kelnero on May 09, 2015

2 comments, 24 photos

... were many points in the day when it was really difficult being in the midst of such poverty. It's not new, but it wears on you. For example, children constantly approach asking for money or trying to sell you something. At just a few years old, wearing rags and sometimes riding bikes built for Western adults. It's heart breaking to say no, but we know the money will go straight to the same parents who are pulling them out of school to profit from their begging. The only ...

Day 21: Angkor Wat

A travel blog entry by lida89 on Apr 29, 2015

18 photos

... who he allowed to take some pictures with him and then left again for the forest. While inside Angkor Wat, the perfect symmetry is what many people find so impressive. The large sandstone rocks are so even and blend seamlessly into each other. It does not take much imagination to picture the temple at its finest or appreciate the complex engineering required to place so many heavy blocks of stone (taken from a holy mountain many Km away). The large moat not only ...

Last Day at the Home of Joy

A travel blog entry by mrsdee on Apr 15, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

Kate got up early and Eileen and I joined her for breakfast. I having felt so well last night, felt sore and nauseous this morning, so went back to bed AGAIN. I am so fed up with feeling unwell and have no energy to do anything. Eileen similarly potters down to the pool and back, feeling fine then collapses back into bed. Anyway - moan, moan, moan!

Having got the children the toys, buggies etc which we have purchased from generous donations ...

Siem Reap and the Ancient City of Angkor

A travel blog entry by emmaandsam on Apr 08, 2015

40 photos

... Thom is the capital city within the city, and a small (well, 9km squared small) walled area of Angkor that is peppered with a handful of famous temples. Bayon, the main temple, is known for it's many faces protruding from all sides and angles, and our other favourite was Elephant Terrace, which speaks for itself - a wall of elephant sculptures. Mighty as our Angkor tour had been, we were done with temples by lunchtime so headed back to the hotel ...