Golden Mango Inn
Travel Blogs from Siem Reap
Before we arrived in Cambodia, I'll be honest, I didn't have the best feeling about it. What I'd heard suggested lots of hassle and lots of poverty and suffering. Both hard to deal with.
We flew from Vientiane in Laos to Siem Reap, making Angkor Wat our first stop. That almost rhymes.
I can't think of a way to convey just how …
We arrived into Siem Reap in the darkness of night at 11pm after 15 hours on the road. We exhaustively fought with the crowds of tuk tuk drivers trying to wrestle our bags back from their dollar hungry fists. We were waiting to be collected by our hotel whom we had only talked to via the phone a few hours ago, they had ensured us they would be …
Tarzan, king of the jungle -the original, played on the antiquated fixed t.v strung to our equally antiquated and crowded bus as as we bounced our 6 hours North from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. The movie seemed poignant as we were embarking upon a long awaited adventure ourselves to the once Jungle strewn hidden temples of Angkor Wat. And whilst the …
Dad noticed the photos didn't attach so please see below if you wanted some pics in addition to my last diary update. Dad Also attached some of our first days in Vietnam as well as a few pics dad has taken of all the people that keep stopping me and asking to take photos with me-bit strange though kind of like funny. More on Vietnam later. Love …
Leaving Thailand behind us we walked into Cambodia, picking up a 30 day visa for $20 plus a completely unexplained 100 Baht for the border guard. Having read up before we left I knew this was just tea money which they fleece from tourists and you can argue and refuse to pay. Give that it is only £2 we decided to leave it be and get on a bus …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Mango Inn Siem Reap
Nicest guesthouse I've ever stayed in! Owner and staff were very helpful, and Sok the tuk-tuk driver was great! Very close to temples, and a free tuk-tuk ride into the city center. Would love to stay there again!
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