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Private Tour: Phnom Penh City Tour including the Silver Pagoda
"Phnom Penh the capital of Cambodia was a bustling commercial hub during French colonial days and today has re-established itself as the political and financial center of the country. Its rich historical past can be traced to the Khmer and French influence evident in the ornate Khmer-style take a sobering look at Cambodia's disturbing past with a visit to the Tuol Sleng Museum a testament to Cambodia's recent bloody past under the Khmer Rouge regime. This tour operator is the 2007 Conde Naste winner of the Best Operator category in the World Saver Awards""""Explore Phnom Penh on this full-day private tour
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Phnom Penh Full-Day Small-Group City Tour
"Your Phnom Penh tour starts with an educational experience about Cambodia's past. You’ll take a guided tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum a former school that served as a Khmer Rouge torture center. Then head out of the city to the Choueng Ek Memorial where a pagoda made up of some 8000 human skulls marks the site of one of the infamous Killing Fields. Afterwards enjoying a Khmer lunch at an NGO training restaurant and give back to the community.After lunch you’ll travel by moto-remork (a Cambodian tuk-tuk) and cross the Japanese Friendship Bridge leaving Phnom Penh to catch a ferry across the Mekong River to Mekong Island. The island is famous for silk weaving
From $107.00
 
Phnom Penh Hop On Hop Off
"With a hot climate year-round this air-conditioned bus tour is a perfect way to see the sights in Phnom Penh. Killing Fields & S21 Shuttle Bus Tour a must-see tour while in Phnom Penh now is available on an air-conditioned tour bus.The tour will start when all hotel pick-ups completed. The bus will take you to Genocide Museum also know as Prison S21 under Khmer Rouge regime. Recorded English commentary will be played on the bus giving you some basic background about this prison. The bus attendant will explain some guidelines about the visit. Audio tour is available in English and French at a cost of $3; in-house guide can be hired as well for USD $2/person or you can visit the museum by yourself. The prison is composed by 4 buildings
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Limosine at Sokha Angkor Resort

When I was at Sokha Angkor Resort, there was this huge limosine at the entrance of the resort as shown in the photograph. Managed to take a few photos for rememberance.Apparently you can take a ride...
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victorwkf
Aug 03, 2010

Free wifi at the airport in Siem Reap.

I was pleasantly suprised to see that the little airport at Siem Reap has free wifi for it´s clients.It´s allready a quite pleasant airport for it´s small size and free wifi just ads to the feel good...
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cachaseiro
Feb 28, 2010

Understanding what it's all about

Visiting Angkor Wat is an amzing experience.A must!!But when visiting all these temple,it is helpful to have an official guideto give you some light on what it is that you are visiting.We were lucky...
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balisunshine
Jun 20, 2009

Go to Angkor Wat in the winter

It will be high season, so book your hotel early and expect slightly higher prices. The best part of winter travel is the temperatures may be much better. I went there in January and found the...
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gaolei
Jun 19, 2008

Take a Ride Through the Cambodian Countryside

One of our favorite days was our third day in Angkor. We knew nothing about the more remote sites in the park (Banteay Srey and Kbal Spean) but our driver, Happy, suggested a trip out. Since the...
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Etoile2B
Oct 03, 2007

Monkeys!!!!

On the first day of our visit to the temples of Angkor we encountered a clan of monkeys on the road between Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. Our tuk tuk driver pulled over to the side of the road to allow...
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Etoile2B
Sep 30, 2007
 
 
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Monks & Nuns

Although Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples are ancient, they are still active religious sites. Any temple with an existing Buddha will be adorned by the faithful. There are active monasteries...
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Etoile2B
Sep 17, 2007

Bathrooms at Angkor Wat

There are several options for public bathrooms at Angkor Wat. If you are standing with your back to Angkor Wat there are vendors and food stalls are located to the right inside the complex. There is...
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Etoile2B
Sep 17, 2007

Children of Angkor

There are communities of people who actually live on the grounds of the temples of Angkor. They are the descendants of the peoples who built these majestic temples. The children of these people can...
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Etoile2B
Sep 17, 2007

Fill em' Up

It's a habit of mine to buy a big bottle of water. We'll normally leave this big bottle in the hotel room while topping up the smaller mineral bottles that we carry along with us during our day...
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Aidy_p
Sep 06, 2007

Get Yourself An Angkor!

The first thing anyone can do is to try out the beer of that particular country that you are in. You need to be one with the country before you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the place, so why not...
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Aidy_p
Sep 06, 2007

Quick Grasp of Recent Cambodian History

1970 Kingdom of Cambodia overthrown in coup by General Lon Nol. Neutrality in Vietnam War abandoned. Country renamed Khmer Republic.1975 Ultra-Marxist Khmer Rouge under Pol Pot overthrew Lon Nol's...
xuessium
Aug 24, 2007

Airport Departure Tax: Pay For Having A good Time

So you've visited all the temples, took a boat ride on Tonle Sap, enjoyed a beer or two at Pub Street. Now it's time to pay up. Before you leave Siem Reap, you'll need to fork out US$25. I guess to...
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Aidy_p
Aug 20, 2007

Visa: To Pay or Not To Pay?

Have searched on the web for an answer but was not able to get an affirmation. So here's what I've learnt.ASEAN tourists do not need to apply for a visa. you should head straight to the immigration...
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Aidy_p
Aug 20, 2007

Hotels Near Phumi Siem Reab

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National Road No. 6, Khum Svay Dangkom, Siem Reap, 17252, Cambodia
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Vithei Charles de Gaulle, Khum Svay Dang Kum, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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No 105, Street 310, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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No. 207, St. Mao Tse Toung, Sangkat Toul Svay Prey II, Khan Chamkamorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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296 Boulevard Mao Tse Toung, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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#78, Street 360, Toul Sleng Museum,, Boeung Keng Kong III, 00855
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Things to Do Near Phumi Siem Reab

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Foreign Correspondents Club

The FCC is housed in a three story French colonial building. It faces onto the Tonle Sap River near its confluence with the Mekong. The FCC dates from the 1990s and was once a hotbed of journalistic...
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Silver Pagoda

Located within the Palace compound sits the Silver Pagoda .Removing our shoes we stepped inside . We were immediately wowed ! The floors are covered with 5000 silver tiles each weighing over a kilo...
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Tuol Sleng Museum

Tuol Sleng Museum, the complex used a secondary school until in 1975. Then the complex was occupied by the Khmer Rouge and used as a prison. The prison, known as S-21 eventually became the place where...
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Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Monument

Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Monument is located on streets between Street 7 and Sothearos Blvd. It was built in the late 1970s by the communist regime that took power after the Cambodian-Vietnamese...
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Sisowath Quay

The bustling Sisowath Quay promenade was recently renovated. The lady owner from our guesthouse told us about this area Four years it has been a building site that the view of many hotel visitor...
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Russian Market

To get here by tuk-tuk cost $4 because this is further out the center. This market offers many kinds of products from fabric, souvenir, shoes, jewelry, clothes. You also find tailoring, hairdresser...
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"Gateway to Angkor Wat"
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SirRichard

"The city behind Angkor"
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"Siem Reap - Nearest Town to Angkor"
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"IMPREXXION: SIEM REAP-ANGKOR"
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"Good morning, Siem Reap"
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