The Moon Boutique Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of The Moon Boutique Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews The Moon Boutique Hotel Siem Reap
Travel Blogs from Siem Reap
... people within Cambodia but is now just a tourist attraction. The train also stopped at a little village, where the tour guide told us about their building materials, business and day to day life. The funny thing about tour guides in south east Asia, is that their English is so basic they tell you things that are mostly just common sense. For example the guy was talking about the large traditional Cambodian vases and what they are used for, as if we would ...
After a disastrous hotel bus experience which included 7 breakdowns, lack of regular air con and tiny cubby holes to lie in - I finally arrived three hours late to my placement in a Tuktuk which I hailed after breakdown number 7! The house is traditional Cambodian living and very charming- I am sharing a 15 person room where we all have a mattress, fan and mossi net - it is basic but it is all we need, and it is comfortable. The other volunteers are lovely and are a mixture ...
... dusty place anyone must be keen to graduate out of the marina. Today one tuk tuk driver suggested he was only $1 a day and offered free wifi! This is in the open trailer behind a motor bike, which is all that a tuk tuk is. As long as you smile back, decline and thank them, they are most affable. The retained drivers at the hostel got to know us well and could always be relied on for some sort of banter, even if it was centred on the effort required to sit about ...
... nine westerners), detained and tortured at S-21 prison (now Tuol Sleng Museum),
However, the main interest for most visitors to Cambodia are their magnificent temples in Siem Reap.
#1: Angkor Wat
This complex was built between 1130 and 1150AD by King Suryavaraman II. The area measures 4,250 by 5,000 feet and surrounded by a moat ...
... students got a sense of the time and effort it takes to complete one of the paintings or sculptures. Due to the amazing works of art on display, many in our group were lured to make small purchases in the gift shop. After the art centre, the group moved onto visiting the war museum. Here the group was confronted with many artifacts from the Khmer Rouge era in Cambodia. Our guides having been front line ...