Royal Angkor Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I am in love with the clean air and the lotus ponds. Even before we landed into REP, the fact that I did not see a single concrete bldg near the airport made me smile If you are a history buff love the smell of fresh air and to hike this is your spot.this country is still in bliss without western influence. The only thing western here is the …
I've had a 3 day tuk tuk exploration seeing mainly Cambodian templates around the Siem Reap region. The architecture is very unique and there's been some impressive sites. Although admittedly I was all templed out by the end of my jaunt. Other than Angkor Wat I don't recall all the names as they blur into one after a ...
... travelers can take through customs, some don't have the education to read so they cant really read the big sign at the airport saying no wood or food products and put all this effort into making things like a flute.today I was offered a wooden flute and it was just really sad turning down something that someone had put a lot of work into making. look down bellow to find some footage of my friend,Fred the pigs head and the ...
Cambodia: a country of promise, both of promises broken and of the promise for a brighter future. We hopped on an express boat from the Vietnam border town of Chau Doc and travelled along the Mekong river to cross into Cambodia. Our anticipation quickly turned into contempt for the corrupt immigration officers who lounged around lazily and smoked around a table while people waited off to the side for their visa on arrivals and entry stamps. Without any posted fees or rules, ...
... was really nice (fridge, tv and bathtub) and was well decorated. Very cheap too as we only paid $20 per night (6 pounds each!!). The travel desk in the hotel managed to sort out our transport to Bangkok too and we also booked up a tuk-tuk for tomorrow to take us around the world famous temples at Angkor nearby. Once we had everything sorted we headed out for the evening to the Tourist town of Siem Reap. We only had to walk 5 minutes and we had arrived at the Night ...