Siem Reap owes much of its popularity as a tourist destination to the fact that it is the gateway to Angkor Wat, one of Cambodia's prime attractions. Thanks to the ancient temples nearby, Siem Reap has turned into a focal point of Cambodian tourism, with dozens of hotels and guesthouses springing up over the past couple decades.
From the Siem Reap Travel Guide
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Very warm and homely feeling. Rooms were well equipped as good as any 3-star hotel: - Air conditioning - Hot water - Cable TV with international channels - My room even had a bath tub! They provided us with a tuk-tuk driver, Mr. ... more
Clean place. Nice facilities. Friendly staff. Only negative comment is its a bit overpriced at $15 for a private room relative to the value it provides. ... more
It has a different setting compared to other hostels since it was like a garden. However, we didn't find the room clean, especially the bathroom. The location is also far from the town proper where you'll find the shoppimg area, food, massage etc so we had to take a tuktuk every time we wanted to go out. ... more
Hi Travellers, Any travellers in siem reap would like to catch up for a drink today and may be do the sightseeing together please drop me a note asap. Arrived today and plan to start sight seeing from tomorrow. Iam travelling alone and woudl liekto meet fellow travellers. Hope to hear from you ...
Hi Guys, Does anyone have any recommendations on accomodation in Siem Reap? Im not on a desperately low budget so im not looking for shared dorms etc. Also any advice on the easiest way of getting from BKK to Siem Reap would be apprecieted. (Sorry if im repeating a recent thread, but looking back ...
Siem Reap Cambodia
Hi Guys, I'm traveling to Siem Reap Cambodia this Thursday (early morning). As of now the return is on Sunday (early morning). 2 1/2 days is enough in siem reap...? Or should I plan my return on Monday. Pls let me know. also let me know the places i shouldn't miss. Thanks in advance...Siva ...
Day 3 20th Oct
In the morning we visited Prah Khan Temple and the National Museum in Siem Reap. Had lunch in town and a wander around the streets. Both had a foot massage by tiny fish. In the afternoon we went to Ta Promh Temple. Later that evening we had an elephant ride up to Phnom Bakheng, where we stayed ...
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