Lotus Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Lotus Resort & Spa Siem Reap
Travel Blogs from Siem Reap
... eventually end up back at the floating barge cafe thing and I manage to get out of the canoe without tipping it over, but when I go to buy some peanuts ( as we already have drinks), I notice the woman selling is the one that was trying to force us to buy the driver a drink. Out of principle I refuse to purchase anything. I can wait. I'm good.We then board our bigger boat ready to go out into the tonle sap lake..which happens to go all the way to Phnom Penh, for sunset, ...
... br> We finished the 10klm ride and Jan relaxed with a fresh coconut before we got in the van for the hour drive out to Kampong Kleang. A few years ago we visit Kampong Pluck another stilted village. I was impressed then by 300 odd families and their house, well Kampong Kleang just blew me away over 20000 people live and most houses are built on stilts up to 10 metres in the air (in the dry season, wet season they are just above water ...
... the odd parrot flying overhead. You could hear individual leaves falling from the trees, hitting branches on the way down and landing on the ground. A policeman working in the temple set himself up as a freelance tour guide, only asking for a tip right at the very end. He was well-informed so we didn't mind too much. Lunch was a triumph. We all went to a family-run restaurant that Simon and Olivia discovered the other day. We had an ...
... ready and headed out to meet Kathleen, joes cousin. We ate some lovely bbq food with chips and salad with hot sauce! Mm We then continued the night drinking from bar to bar and dancing the night away! Kathleen is hilarious! My kind of girl! We then grabbed some fried rice and fried noodles, pigged out and headed off to sleep and woke bright and early for our bus to ...
... in Angkor is slightly different than the rest, which means that you generally don't get too bored of temples. And they are nothing like the ones in Thailand for the most part, which was good. In Angkor Thom there are clear signs telling you what way to go for a walk/tour of all the major sites in the city, which was convenient.
When I was finished seeing everything, my tuk tuk driver had found me a place to eat lunch (it was about ...