Soria Moria Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Siem Reap
... bathing with their bikes upright in the water. Family sifting through mud, after what we know not (Advertisement: "A family of five in Cambodia can survive on just three litres of mud a day, please give generously-"). Piles of coconut husks with plastic pastel-coloured straws still in. Same ****** paintings being hawked at every stall at every temple. Tuk-tuks (here they're called "remork-motos" by the locals) stopped in the shade. Smell of fumes and burning plastic. People ...
... a live rock soundtrack and showcased some mad skills, not least contortionism from a tiny and glamorous woman and a crazy double-diablo repertoire. Also brilliant fun, which would fit right in in Eavis's circus field. So now Singapore beckons. Its apparently clinical ways and high accommodation prices look set to be somewhat different to what we've come to expect of Asia over the past seven weeks. We're looking forward to finding out! *insert name of other showy celebrity couple of choice ...
... if we were able to get a picture!! I got a picture of one monkey with a baby, but she was mean looking. There are so many pictures that that one can take and show, but we do have our memories of this magical place firmly etched in our minds. We were lucky the weather was overcast in the morning, but as soon as the sun came out, the humidity and the heat were oppressive. We would have jumped into the pool with our clothes on. We are flying back to Hoi An tonight. (Pancake ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Siem Reap
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Siem Reap
TravelPod Member ReviewsSoria Moria Boutique Hotel Siem Reap
I love this hotel for its focus on enabling the local people by giving proceeds of their profits to local charities. The hotel is kept in good condition and has all of the amenities you will need in your travels: free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, rooftop bar, sky jacuzzi, sun deck, bikes to rent, a spa, and enough guides and maps to read for ages.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.