Pacific Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPacific Hotel & Spa Siem Reap
Great rooms, great staff, great pool, great food (esp breakfast)
Avoid the massages though, not quite qualified young ladies at over qualified prices.
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... Empire for quite a while, and has multiple small shrines, a royal palace, and a large area called the Terrace of the Elephants, which has, you guessed it, walls covered in elephant sculptures.
Our guide Chhin was amazing. He told a lot about the history of the different areas we were visiting, as well as anecdotes about Siem Reap and the surrounding countryside. Inside the old city we visited the Bayon and Baphuon temples. Bayon is famous for ...
... these than we had planned. Ta Prohm in particular has been chnaged a lot since the last time we were there. Previously able to take photos in the rooms where the trees grow through, a lot of these have now been sectioned off and photos need to be taken from within these structures. Disappointing but completely understandable given some of the reports I have read about tourists basically climbing over and damaging the temple. Watching the ...
... a few drinks before going for food. 35p beers and buy one get one free cocktails, can't complain. Food time, we chose to try the Cambodia BBQ which was a cooking machine on your table where you chose what meats you wanted and cooked it yourself. There was some crazy meats to chose from but we decided to play it safe with only a few strange ones kangeroo and giant shrimp, having no idea how we cook these we were both in for ...
The translator in Don's class, Kompeak, is also a tuk-tuk driver, so we had arranged with him to pick us up at 9:00 am this morning. We wanted to go to the temples at Angkor National Park for the day and see some of the ones we hadn't yet been to. The passes that we bought at the end of February are still good until March 29th. The first one we went to was Phnom Bakheng, a Hindu temple at the top of a mountain. The temple is being restored, so there was scaffolding, ...
... with an estimated 1.5 to 2 million of them still out there. Most countries have signed up to a global anti personnel Landmine treaty, in an attempt to outlaw their future manufacture and use, but one notable country that has not signed up is the U.S, where the Republicans are set against signing!
After the Angkor Wat, I travelled down to the south of Cambodia, for a relaxed few days near the sea......and I promise, no more temples pics next ...