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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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We were assigned front row seats on the right side of the bus, so got a terrific view of the roads to Siem Reap. This is one flat country. Debbie and I each spotted a hill in the distance, but otherwise a flat, dry landscape. Rice paddies were a golden stubble between parched irrigation ditches. Houses here are generally six to ten feet in the air …
... for a Unesco world conference for tourism and culture and the arrival of the president, so we, along with everyone else, were forced to take a gridlocked dusty track.
Angkor Wat national park - no greater concertration of architectural riches anywhere on earth housing the worlds largest religious building built around 1113-1140 - was our firth visit for the day, ...
... we booked a day tour to explore Angkor Wat. Even though we both hate “tours” (unless they are private), the area is so huge and complex that you need a guide to explain the history and a description of what you’re seeing….otherwise, it all begins to look like another pile of rocks. There were 15 people on the tour and our guide was very knowledgable. We were on the “small ...
After a full day of exploring the Angkor Temples, it was time for something different. We had read about these floating villages that move around Tonlé Sap Lake and at breakfast, the hotel Manager/Concierge told us that Kompong Kleang was the only one that we should consider. He said it is the most authentic and has the least number of tourists. We did a little more research online and decided to venture out. We still had our scooters so we went east out of Siem Reap ...
... 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 ...