Secrets of Elephants Inn

Airport Highway No.6, Siem Reap, Cambodia | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Siem Reap

Temples – Long Circuit

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... No word on whether or not you get crudely written thank you letters from the garuda you adopted.

Just outside of this temple is a huge lake cluttered with decrepit trees and bushes. We would be skirting this in order to reach our next destination:

Temple Number 2: Neak Pean

This is world building on a Dubai scale. A millennia or so ago rulers had the resources and ambition to mould the world around them as they saw fit. The ...

Old places revisited new places discovered

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin


... seen the congestion quite this bad. Next stop and call at two small temples facing one another across the road Thommanon and Chao Say Tevoda. It is now lunchtime and it is incredibly hot. Being small these again are off the radar of the main tour groups so we take some time out to enjoy a cool drink and soak up the peaceful atmosphere. Next stop is Ta Keo a huge temple which is most remarkable because they started the carved decoration but never finished it. The ...

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A travel blog entry by monkey_moore

... large roads and over hundreds of bridges of various sizes. We saw temples, markets, family businesses and factories along the way. Day 3 was hard for me as day 2 had been very bumpy towards the end (although my favorite day overall) which led to my dodgy shoulder playing up. I discovered my suspension didn't work and they were unable to fix it so during our first snack stop they set about replacing the front wheel (the spare bike was a frame that ...

Video Girl celebrates her birthday with the Gods

A travel blog entry by twofoodies


... size portions, suggesting two to three dishes for two people. We order, Roasted Duck and Pumpkin Croquettes with Orange and Hoisin Sauce, followed by Crisp Taro and Chive Dumplings with Citrus Ginger Soy, finishing off with Stir Fried Cuttlefish with Spicy Basil, Lemon Grass and Chillies. For dessert we shared a Kaffir Lime and Coconut Creme Brle with Cashew Shortbread. With our bellies full we return to the temples in the now ...

Siam Reap

A travel blog entry by madventure2013


... the driver. He is ready, waiting and raring to go! It's sill pitch black and pretty cold, we head out and the drive is freezing in the tuk tuk with the wind rushing by. After 15mins we grab our tickets for the day and have our photo taken. After another 10 minutes we arrive at the first point Ankor Wat and grab a coffee from a stall. It's still pitch black so turn on the touch and follow the crowd. After a 15 minute walk we arrive at the lake and wait. Slowly the distant sky starts ...


This inn, located on Airport Highway No.6, Siem Reap, is near Psar Chaa - Old Market.
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