Gloria Angkor Hotel
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What LP says: Back in the 1960s, Siem Reap (see-em ree-ep) was the place to be in Southeast Asia and saw a steady stream of the rich and famous. After three decades of slumber, it’s well and truly back and one of the most popular destinations on the planet right now. The life-support system for the temples of Angkor, Cambodia’s eighth …
I originally wanted to visit the temples in chronological order of when they were built, but time and logistics limitations made this a bit impractical.
So the plan was to visit the temples away from the main Angkor Archaelogical Park area first, then work my way towards the major sites of Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat.
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Breakfast order came a bit slow this morning, so I had to rush it to get out the door by 8am.
The plan was to get out of town to visit the famous Banteay Srei (Citadel of Women), and Kbal Spean (River of a Thousand Lingas), then come back to the main Angkor Park area to check off some of the more out of the way eastern temples.
For a change of pace, I scheduled a full day to be spent on the lake.
Tonle Sap Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, and is an important part of Cambodian life.
In the dry season, water flows away from the lake, while it reverses flow during wet season, swelling the lake to three times the area. It is home to …
I only had one shot to get a good sunset at Angkor Wat, so I needed to get there early to find a good spot.
The hotel was kind enough to prepare boxed breakfast this morning. I was up at 4:30am and out the door by 5am. My poor driver is already waiting for me. It would be a long day for him!
On the road to …
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsGloria Angkor Hotel Siem Reap
thoroughly recommend this hotel. good location near the temples with free tuk tuks into town on the evening. the welcome introduction was very informative, cannot fault the staff. took a tuk tuk from them to angkor wat and got free bottled water and the driver was lovely. lovely clean soacious rooms. good breakfast with three choices including western. if we ever go back, we'd definitely stay here again. only cons was that one evening the return tuk tuk did not turn up and breakfast service was a little slow but nothing too bad.
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