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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... his voice as I hear him speak through his word, in prayer, and throughout every part of life. Also, there is a story that has been on my mind. I heard this from another source and my quoting of it is not fully accurate, but the meaning is the same. The story was about a man in his old age who called his church congregation to missions and no one responded. During his speech, he fainted. He woke up to being accompanied by a doctor. He told the doctor he was not finished. He ...
... it free to sail you are helping the spirits that are still under the water be set free to the afterlife to gain peace from the trauma of the war.
You set the candle free and carry out a small pray and watch it float. :)
After realising we where very early to let them float we decided to stop for a beer and boooommmmbbbb! Out of no where there was gunfire, just kidding, but the fireworks had started and it sounded like a sudden war had just ...
The plan was to wake up at 4am for the sunrise, so we are now gathered around the table having breakfast at 11am so that plan didn't work. Me and Will left 1st as the other 3 were taking Tuk Tuks, the ride was 6km there to the temple of Angkor Wot. We were sweating buckets when we arrived, when we were moving it was fine but stopping, god help us, no breeze to fan us anymore just a muggy 35 degrees. Angkor was amazing, ...
... at Bangkok airport (D and Ka for the first time ever) we make our way to our first stop - Siem Reap - on a "small plane with wings" that looks like a kid's drawing. We arrive to a cute Mickey Mouse airport, the visa service of which is an assembly line of embroiderers, visa makers, money takers and passport handouters. We learn that "I need a dollar, a dollar is what I need". Next time we need passport photos, to Cambodia we shall come. Don't ...
... the dry season the Mekong River flows into it but during the wet season the lake flows into the Mekong River causing the river to flow backwards.
To get to the lake we drove through a very long village on a raised road. All the houses are on stilts and while some of them can remain during the wet season some of them have to move to higher ground. The road we were on would be underwater. The income for the locals is ...