Orient D'Angkor Hotel

Salakangsen Village, Siem Reap, Cambodia | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Salakangsen Village, Siem Reap, is near Quad Adventure Cambodia, Baksei Chamkrong, and Royal Theater.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Orient D'Angkor Hotel Siem Reap

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    Travel Blogs from Siem Reap

    Wat a sight!

    A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on Aug 25, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... around the crumbling ruins – a very impressive sight. As the locals put it, it’s the “the temple that has been reclaimed by the forest”. Our last temple for the day was Banteay Kdei, a mid C12th temple that was used to house monks on and off up until 1960 – we then swung around the rear of the temple to find Srah Srang, a massive C10th artificial lake 700x350m with a landing stage and protecting Lion statues – ...

    Cambodian adventures

    A travel blog entry by tripswithnorman on Aug 21, 2014

    ... lesson of it but suffice to say this communist regime took control after a 5 year civil war. They proceeded to torture and kill anyone associated with the previous governments, foreign governments or anyone deemed to be an intellectual, even those who wore glasses. Ironic as the leaders of this regime themselves were well educated, many having studied in France. A little under 1.4 million confirmed deaths have been attributed to the killing fields, with over ...

    Tomb Raider

    A travel blog entry by bryanfennell on Jul 15, 2014

    11 photos

    ... people scrambled for the perfect photo position before the sun came up. We sat for a few minutes before realising that everyone was here and no one was actually entering the temple. We snuck off from the crowd and entered the temple under the cover of darkness. This was a great move by us, the temple was empty, dark and mysterious. It felt like we were in a Indiana Jones movie, searching for lost treasure. After an hour or so of ...

    We're at the other leg's knee stump (war victim)

    A travel blog entry by strongface on Jun 29, 2014

    ... would have done it for less. The villages were situated on the river Siem Reap (I think?) that opened out into a lake, out in the countryside. It was pretty interesting to watch as the crammed hotels became small cafes which dwindled out into huts on huge acres on land.
    Our driver scored us a bargain entry onto the river with some friendly boat-folk (he got tips for that) and then we were off! We had a 19 year old tour guide who used to live ...

    Siem Reap & Angkor Wat

    A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on Jun 27, 2014

    33 photos

    ... carved. Bantey Srei loosely translates to "citadel of the women". The Landmines museum was also on our list for today. It was started by Akira who was a former soldier for the Khmer Rouge who laid land mines then later became a land mine defusor. Some 60,000 bombing missions were flown by American pilots between 1965 & 1973 over Cambodia along with the Vietnamese during their war with Cambodia. Hundreds of thousands of these bombs did ...