Pacific Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- 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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Our second last day of the build. The week has gone by so fast! Today was supposed to be a full build day for us but we ended up having to leave a bit earlier. One thing that is important on these builds is to be adaptable! It was a scorching hot day today and we worked in the full sun all day... with lots of water breaks. Because we're just on the cusp of the end of the rainy season moving to the dry ...
... which I've enjoyed walking around and purchasing yet more vests with beer logos and elephant trousers! Its got a lot of western restaurants which I was really craving although now I'm ready to get back to some local food. We did a fun pub crawl down pub street and there are lots of cool bars. The beer is so cheap! 75 cent for a beer!! Crazy! We went to see the Cambodian circus this evening. It was amazing! The ...
... are made from large slabs of rocks. Most about 4' long by 1.5' high. It's impressive when you think how they must have built everything almost 1000 years ago. At the center of the temple was a towering section which was closed to tourists. Apparently it closes once or twice a month for some religious reason. Luckily it's low season so it's not overcrowded, the heat though was intense and we searched for shade to hide and cool down. After exploring the temple we are nearly to ...
... younger members of the congregation. I had the privilege of being asked to join those carrying out the blessing because I was Scottish and a visitor not because I am old - honest! I was given a checked, Cambodian stole to wear and keep. It was a very moving, humbling yet joyful experience unlike anything I have ever been involved in before. A younger member comes forward with a small bowl of blessed water, pouring ...
... industry and most Cambodians I spoke to spoke some English. I wanted to see a sunset and I went to the very popular temple on the hill over looking Angkor Wat. It had very beautiful views and people could ride an elephant to the top which is about a 30 minute hike. I was disappointed when the Cambodian security closed everything and told us to leave 20-30 minutes before the sun had set. So on the way down I saw the sunset but would have been amazing from the top. ...