Passaggio Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... cash out, booked tickets for the bus to Phnom Penh tomorrow morning (that's our next stop) and dropped off some laundry to be done before we leave. We bought pot noodle style things for tea and theyre the biggest ones I've ever seen and came with some very funky looking sauces haha but it was pretty good, gonna watch a film and chill tonight ready for the 8 hour bus journey tomorrow ...
... set himself apart from previous kings as he was a devotee to Vishnu instead of Shiva.
Angkor Wat is the heart and soul of Cambodia. It is the Khmer's national symbol, the epicenter of their civilization and of source of national pride. Unlike the other Angkor monuments it was never abandoned to the elements and has been turned into a Buddhist temple in 15th century. Even the Khmer Rouge have omitted the temple in their delution of obliteration.
So I went to see ...
... 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. ...
With a street known as Pub Street, a day and night market which spans most of the town, great food, cheap massages, friendly locals and a buzzing atmosphere, Siem Reap appears to have it all. Add to this that it is home to the eighth Wonder of the World, The Angkor Temples, and you realise you've stumbled across a town with so much to see and do that it's hard to leave... Hence an extension in the time we stayed just to take it all in.
Cambodian cuisine ...
Today we saw the Angkor Temples including Angkor Wat, Bayon, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm and another temple up to a mountain viewpoint. Although it was busy they were incredible to see. Paul was reluctant but I'm so glad we had a tour guide as they tell you the history and significance of things you may not otherwise notice. Highlights were Angkor Wat reflecting in the pools, the trees entwined in the temple at Ta Prohm (apparently ...