Petit Villa Boutique & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPetit Villa Boutique & Spa Siem Reap
Brilliant stay, booked it via Agoda's random draw and it was brilliant, food was really good, room was luxurious and the staff were excellent.
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Once again, I find myself playing a game of "catching up" with my blogs. I'm writing this entry back in Changsha in the Shaoxia cafe which is turning into my favorite place in Changsha. I have my own table, hidden at the back of the cafe (with a plug socket) and the owner (still working on remembering his name) recognizes the phrase "The Usual" now …
... het grootste religieus monument ter wereld. Er is in de 12e eeuw 37 jaar aan gebouwd, het is 60m hoog, er is 5 miljoen ton zandsteen voor gebruikt en heel Angkor is meer dan 400 vierkante kilometer groot. Bovenal is het enorm indrukwekkend en kan ik best begrijpen waarom het tot voor kort bij de 7 wereldwonderen hoorde. Today we only do the 2 highlights of Siem Reap. First we go to Angkor Wat, the biggest religious monument in the world. They built on it for 37 years in ...
... our schedule did not allow for this.
Other than Ta Prohm, the rest of the temples we visited the first day were much less crowded. There are numerous temples in the Angkor complex, and some can be hard to find on the unmarked roads winding through the jungle. Thus if you have enough time and plan it right, you can visit the big temples at off-peak times, and then visit the less crowded ones in the middle of the day. The ...
... group, we eventually found the big bat cave, where you can see all the bags flying around like crazy from about 5.30 pm onwards. All in all a very interesting but exhausting day. Sightseeing in this heat can be a struggle. In the evening we all went for pizza and then for drinks in a few bars around the city. Although Battambang is the second largest city in Cambodia, it's very quiet especially at night, so you can find bars but not really any ...
... I actually came close to walking out, but thought since I paid I may as well finish the show. Once it was done John was waiting for me in the lobby ready to take me out to one of his favourite places for a few drinks. It was a fun time. I will never get used to remembering that in Cambodia before you drink you always cheers the people around you. You don't have to drink when you cheers the others, but the drinker always has to knock glasses with everyone ...