Amatao Tropical Residence

Address: Mango Forest Village, Siem Reap, 17000, Cambodia | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa, located on Mango Forest Village, Siem Reap, is near Phare, The Cambodian Circus, Quad Adventure Cambodia, Baksei Chamkrong, and Royal Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Siem Reap

    Weekend roundup

    A travel blog entry by donskerik on Apr 07, 2015

    12 photos

    ... Angkor market for a tour and a few gifts. The tour give you a good look into how much skill and time is needed to produce the pieces of art. After lunch we did some shopping then went home for a quick swim before Kompheak picked us up and we went to the Made in Cambodia market. Sokmean spent most of the day with us. After the Cambodian market we went to find a place to meet the other students for dinner. It took a couple tries so we finally settled on A Taste ...

    A great birthday

    A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... That was so nice of him! After work, Don and Natalie surprised me with dinner out at Georges. We had met Georges at the Made in Cambodia market on the weekend. He makes various types of flavoured rums (coconut is my favourite!), chillies and chutneys, and, as well, he runs a restaurant. We picked a table on the patio, which is surrounded by tropical plants lit up with strings of small lights. We had an excellent meal of soy bean patty appetizers and vegan sausages with ...

    Two for one

    A travel blog entry by nanders on Feb 26, 2015

    63 photos

    ... t hit a rock or sandy patch and completely bail into oncoming traffic or a ditch or an animal (seriously there are cows, dogs, and water buffalo everywhere). Traffic here is interesting too; generally speaking, they abide by the "drive on the right side" rule, but if someone wants or needs to drive on the other side to get past someone else, they will. Right of way is less an official rule of the road than it is a personal decision, since people just sort of sail ...

    First day in Siem Reap

    A travel blog entry by arrio.hoffman on Feb 07, 2015

    ... doorway. Brilliant design. The doorways were stand-alone; this was not an enclosed structure. They were more like large archways built with wood and stone in the shape of a doorway. Within the grounds, we found many stone blocks strewn across the dirt floor- remnants of the ancient structure that lay in ruin. They must've tumbled down centuries ago. I was a bit disappointed to find people selling things inside. Scarves, paintings, books, etc. I remembered the New Testament story ...

    Day 26 Angkor Wat

    A travel blog entry by johnners77 on Jan 29, 2015

    20 photos

    ... our way by torchlight towards the temple, a vague silhouette of which could be seen in the distance. We then had the most magical hour, all alone with Yoko, as the temple came into view like magic, as the sun rose from its slumbers - a time that neither of us will ever forget. We then headed in and up to the first level and then to the second where you get a real sense of the sheer majesty of the towers. Above us loomed the ...