Secrets of Elephants Inn

Airport Highway No.6, Siem Reap, Cambodia | Inn

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Siem Reap June- The Last Post

A travel blog entry by travelinglisa


... and the window was wide open. I can only assume housekeeping had removed the bar while they were cleaning and neglected to lock it when they were done. But I think I would have noticed that the window was open, so that was kind of weird that the guy knew which room had an unlocked window. There’s not a lot of violent crime against tourists here, but there is a fair amount of theft. Everyone’s house has bars on their window openings but they all leave ...

4000 Islands

A travel blog entry by jessicagloor


... spot and meditates for about 15min against the backdrop of crashing water... It was incredibly peaceful. We did get stuck in a downpour and the road became a mud pit, which did make it hard going albeit more I an adventure. The next day we went kayaking and I nearly drowned! No word if a lie, I was stuck under he kayak with fast ...

Temples, temples, temples and temples

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96


... and then to the back of the temple where we then back-tracked round the side to the front again. We got a drink (and Doug did his Neknom at last!) then we walked back over the bridge to our tuk-tuk driver who would take us around for the day. Our next stop was Prasat Kravan where, as we got out of the tuk-tuk, where immediately hassled by 2 girls to buy some postcards. Such as the culture is in Cambodia (as it’s so poor) this happens everywhere. This temple ...

Temples of Angkor and other adventures

A travel blog entry by mariahdacosta


... many carvings of Shiva and other deities. One of the Khmer kings was crowned in this river area, they were very fit in those days! The water falls we're not impressive as it is the dry season but we certainly appreciated the little water to cool down. We were grateful no one twisted an ankle or worse, as I could not imagine how anyone could be carried out of there. The jungle was very peaceful and the breeze a blessing when it came. We managed the descent without problems ...

Last leg of the journey.

A travel blog entry by hallenmont


... the locals live. They produce food crops and tobacco. The locals use Brahman cattle to plough the fields as there are still over two million land mines buried in the ground. Tractors are too heavy to farm the land - they explode the mines.

Sunday morning we visited the Wat Hanchey hilltop pagoda that dates back to the 8th century. It has similar architecture to Angkor Wat. There are two pagodas atop the hills. The story ...


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