Hang Pech Guest House

No 105, Street 310, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Phnom Penh to Angkor Wat

by balramdass

Hi

Can anyone please tell me how i can get from Phnom Penh to Angkor Wat and any Hindu temples there to see.
Thanks in advance

Bal

Re: Phnom Penh to Angkor Wat

by SirHalberd

You can get to Siem Reap by land, air and by boat. Your choice. Ask your hotel desk clerk for local transportation info.


http://www.canbypublications.com/siemreap/srhome.htm

http://www.theworldisnotflat.com/blog/tanyamau/phnom-penh-and-siem-reap-angkor-wat

http://blogs.bootsnall.com/Eppyboy/?p=90

http://www.sacredsites.com/asia/cambodia/angkor_wat.html

Good luck.

Re: Phnom Penh to Angkor Wat

by mim95

you can take a privately-run bus to get there. The road condition is good, and takes about 5 hours. I think all the buses leave in the morning.

Re: Phnom Penh to Angkor Wat

by anoum

Hi,I was in Cambodia recently. My friends and I took the Angkor Express, a non-stop bus from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap for just US$6. You can buy the agent from any travel agent. The bus is clean and punctual, 6 hrs ride. You are given a sandwich and a bottle of drinking water. Passengers ride on the upper level while the driver and storage area for luggage etc are on the lower level. It stops twice for passengers to have food or visit the toilet. Yes, there is a toilet on the bus.

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Find out about the History

by aukjejetty

A visit to Cambodia should include a trip to this capital, it tells you so much about the history of the Cambodians. There is a national museum in which you can find out about the ancient history, and see how large the Khmer empire used to be a long time ago. And what is very important is the recent history, it will give you a better understanding of the people living in Cambodia if you pay a visit to the Killing Fields and the Tuol Sleng museum.

The people of Cambodia

by Sharrie

Endurance is something the people of Cambodia knows only too well. Is it the environment, the government, life, or tourists like us that made them frown? or is it poverty, hopelessness or it's just the scorching sun? Or all of the above?

Sometimes, I wonder ... & when I do that, those thoughts can be pretty scary :-(.

Greeting

by Unknownsu

The traditionally greeting in Khmer culture is a bow with the palms placed together at chest level. To show greater respect, a person can bow lower and raising the hands higher. However, Cambodians have adopted the western handshake as a greeting.

everything is there, from dry to!

by haydnesque

i didn't know where is the main etrance to the market. As i found my way in, the stinky smell of fish fills the air! It just happened that i went into the wet market entrance. I didnt kn0w it was the wet market because you cant seet from the outside - at that time i suppose.

As i reach the central part, it's clean and cool!

A Hagglers Paradise

by Jasen71 about Russian Market

There are a hundred and one stalls to shhop in here, and there are some pretty interesting stalls as well.. of course you can browse the fake brand name clothes stalls, and pirate cd and dvd shops, or if you like a bit of blood then the chicken stall where you can see the star of the nights menu meet his end... and it's not for the faint hearted.. with all stalls one can haggle the prices down..A hearty laugh and a firm price offer normal works.. if you ain't sure on the power of your haggling then watch the monty python film 'the life of brian' where you can see the art of street haggling in action. CD and DVDs not much

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