Thunborey Hotel

Address: Psakrom Steet, Siem Reap, +855, Cambodia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Psakrom Steet, Siem Reap, is near Phare, The Cambodian Circus, Quad Adventure Cambodia, Baksei Chamkrong, and Royal Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Siem Reap

    Temples of Angkor - day 2

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jun 21, 2015

    12 photos

    So our tuk-tuk driver (think I'm just going to call him Juan, it doesn't really Mata...) managed to oversleep this morning, although it did give us time to make our jam sandwiches for breakfast which was very important to me. We had a very long journey to a temple about 40km east of Siem Reap called Beng Mealea. The efforts of Juan in getting there were very much justified when we arrived, as was the extra 5$ entry fee due to it not counting as ...

    Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by flipflopstop on May 24, 2015

    35 photos

    ... I'm in it, I will remember my travels as there has been a hammock pretty much everywhere we have gone, especially in Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia. People have them hanging in the streets and blocking the pavement or in their TukTuk for them to chill in. I also bought some new flip flops which I desperately needed as my others were about to break any moment...they were staying together by at tiny bit of foam. I have worn them so much that they had a mould of my feet in them. I ...

    Angkor Thom

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on May 04, 2015

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... but the place was air-conditioned. It was worth it just for the air-con.

    Walked home through the very aptly named pub street. It was the happenin' place. Checked out some shops. Thankfully, the heat will deter all but the most determined shopper.

    More temples tomorrow. I'm not sure but it seem like the Cambodians love building temples and yet more temples, but are not so keen on roads and drains which I guess very very boring.
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    No Wonder it's One of the Wonders

    A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Apr 14, 2015

    13 photos

    ... and there was only a dozen or so people walking around. It had a temple in the centre with four surrounding. The site was full of ruins so I'm sure it was a lot bigger and had more parts when it was originally built. The third one I visited was Bakong, the biggest one in the group. It was huge compared to the other two and really beautiful. It's made from sandstone and was the first sandstone temple built in Angkor. You can climb up to the top of the temple and there was ...

    Magnificent Siem Reap!

    A travel blog entry by cedarposte on Mar 19, 2015

    2 comments, 43 photos

    ... they can walk. Many of the people fish and some choose to work on the main land.

    Next stop was to visit a "Lotus Farm". I thought I had died and gone to garden heaven!! This flower grows in a flooded field. I have bought the dried seed pod in Canada for my flower arranging but had no idea where or how they grew. Also the seeds can be eaten which tasted like green peas. The root is also used as a vegetable. ...