Majestic Oriental Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMajestic Oriental Hotel Siem Reap
The hotel was nice but I am not satisfied with their service same thing with the security.
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... the choice to climb a few steps to sit on the roof. Hubby and daughter choose to do this, I sit on my seat as do a few others.The sunset is magnificent. Absolutely magnificent and apart from the one I sat and watched in Lombok. I think this is the best I have ever seen.We watch and snap away enjoying the serenity until the sun disappears. Then we turn and head back through the village and I notice not many lights are on. As I said, they try to preserve as they run ...
... houses just went on for klms, photos just don't do it justice.
We had lunch in one of the stilted houses, very basic inside, but it was like climbing a ladder to get into it, we had a very simple but nice meal, Jan had a bit of a rest in a hammock before we headed out on to the lake to see the floating village.
Evidently when Vietnam was involved in the Khymer civil war a lot of Vietnamese moved into there area and when the ...
Angkor Wat is definitely up there in the list of wonders of the world. A few myths to dispel first - this is not one temple - Angor Wat itself is one Temple, however the whole Angkor Temple complex ranges for mile after mile, with numerous temples in varying states of repair and reconstruction. The second myth is that it lay overgrown and undiscovered until the French found it - again, not true. Even ...
... safe place to live. We are truly grateful to him for inviting us to experience this serene corner of Cambodia. Back in Siem Reap (which means 'Thailand defeated') itself, we took a walk into the backpacker area. This part of town is hugely commercial but worth a walk through. Sadly, it also attracts some of the less pleasant parts of the tourist industry, including a pretend monk trying to get money for bracelets and a woman who seemed to ...
... was in the middle of all the restaurants just outside of Angkor Thom. When I first sat down the lady was showing me the menu and everything was fairly expensive. I was pretty hungry but I decided to wait and only ordered a spire. When the lady came back with my sprite she told me she didn't know I had a special deal with her sister (who had brought me from the tuk tuk driver to the 'restaurant' and that if anything was $5 on the menu, it was now ...