husska, Indian Vegetarian Restaurant CHUSSKA. pure Indian Vegetarian Restaurant in Siem Reap, serve the finest, most authentic Indian vegetarian food in smart yet comfortable restaurant located in the heart of Town. Vegetables are an integral part of food and consume them in a number of ways. Can boast for its innumerable varieties of tasty and nutritious vegetarian dishes add a number of spices to make them really exotic and also prepared using different methods of cooking. Offer a number of tempting Indian vegetarian recipes of mouth-watering dishes. Opening Hours: 11:00 to 22:00 for Lunch and Dinner. Location:Street# 7,Old Market Area one block north of Pub Street,Siem Reap, Tel : +855 (0) 12 212138 E-mail : chusska@yahoo.com Cuisine: Indian (Vegetarian kitchen) Price Range: Affordable (3$ to 6$)

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Location: Oum Chhay / Oum Khun Street, Mondol 1, Svay Dangkom
Tel: N/A
Web: www.casaangkorhotel.com
Rates: From US$46

The Casa Angkor Hotel is a colonial-style getaway located on the outskirts of Siem Reap. Lush gardens, an open-air restaurant, and a cozy reading room support the Casa Angkor’s peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. The Siem Reap River flows nearby: the perfect place for a romantic stroll. And if it’s excitement you’re looking for, the bustling Old Market area of town is a ten-minute walk away.

Hotel Services and Facilities

Casa Angkor Hotel Siem Reap combines the peace and serenity of old-world Cambodia with the convenience of contemporary living. Guests have access to a wide variety of luxurious amenities designed to complement the autonomous backpacker and the business traveler alike.

Hotel amenities include:
•    Airport Transportation
•    Babysitting
•    Tour / Travel Desk
•    Port Service
•    24-Hour Uniformed Security Staff
•    Laundry / Ironing / Dry-Cleaning Services
•    Beauty Salon
•    Concierge
•    Souvenir Shop
•    Fitness Center / Health Club
•    Swimming Pool
•    Tennis Court
•    Internet Café
•    Library and Reading Room
•    Conference and Banquet Facilities: Complete with photocopying, faxing and translation services, projectors, whiteboards, P.A. system, courier service, and internet connection.

Guestrooms

Guestrooms at the Casa Angkor come in a variety of sizes and styles, many of which have private balconies or terraces. Every room is elegantly appointed with Khmer artwork, fine linens, and comfortable lighting fixtures.

Room appointments include:

•    24-Hour Room Service
•    Trouser Press and Ironing Board
•    Air-Conditioning
•    Secure Electronic Key System
•    Smoke Alarms
•    Complimentary Morning Newspaper
•    Satellite Television
•    Free High Speed Internet
•    International Direct Dialing (IDD) Telephone
•    Choice of Smoking or Non-Smoking Rooms
•    Hairdryer
•    Bathrobes and Slippers
•    Wake-Up Service
•    Safety Deposit Box
•    Baby Cribs Available
•    Refrigerator
•    Minibar
•    In-Room Movies

Dining

The Casa Angkor’s Big Tree Garden Restaurant showcases a variety of Thai-Khmer fusion dishes. Guests will enjoy the open-air dining room and the fabulous Cambodian hospitality. Be sure to try the cold and spicy papaya salad… it’s renowned throughout Siem Reap.

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Preah Pithu

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Preah Pithu Notable Features: Obscure pyramid-style ruins in advanced disrepair. Getting There: Preah Pithu is located on the right side of the road, just east of the Terrace of the Leper King and the Terrace of the Elephants in Angkor Thom. Five Obscure Temples in the Jungle Preah Pithu is a group of […]

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Preah Palilay

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Preah Palilay Notable Features: Chimney-shaped tower. Getting There: Take the pathway behind Tep Pranam northwest for 150 meters. Preah Palilay is located inside Angkor Thom. The Chimney of the Khmer Preah Palilay is a Buddhist monument built sometime in the 12th century. According to Khmer lore, the name Preah Palilay is an adaptation […]

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Our Siem Reap Guide

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This site is inspired by our trip to Cambodia in December of 2008 and particularly by Ara, our Siem Reap Guide* We met Ara an hour after we arrived in town while having lunch at Khmer Kitchen on Avenue 9.  She spent a couple days as our local guide and arranged for our tuk-tuk, for […]

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Experience The Power Of Angkor Wat

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Notable Features: More than 2000 richly ornamented Apsara carvings. Gorgeous sunrise over the northern reflection pond. Getting There: Angkor Wat, Cambodia is located about 5.5 km north of Siem Reap. It is impossible to miss, for it is the largest monument in Angkor. Any tuk tuk driver or tour guide will know how to get […]

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West Mebon

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Temple Name: West Mebon Notable Features: Built on a man-made island. Unique Animal Carvings. Getting There: Take Route #6 (Airport Road) west from Siem Reap. Turn right approximately 3 km past the airport turnoff. To reach the ruins, you will need to take a boat from the south dike of the West Baray (the largest […]

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West Baray

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Temple Name: West Baray Notable Features: The largest man-made lake of the ancient Khmer civilization. Getting There: Located just west of Angkor Thom. The Largest Man-Made Lake of the Ancient Khmer Civilization A “baray” is a water reservoir built by the ancient Khmer people. The West Baray is the largest example of such a reservoir, […]

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Thommanon Temple

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Thommanon is a small, gorgeous representation of Angkor architecture. In the 1960’s, the temple was the focus of a meticulous restoration project. As a result, some extremely fine examples of Khmer artwork, hieroglyphs, and architecture can be viewed at Thommanon.

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Terrace of the Leper King

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Temple Name: Terrace of the Leper King Notable Features: Wonderfully ornate bas-relief sculptures. Getting There: Located just north of the Terrace of the Elephants. A Great Khmer Mystery The Terrace of the Leper King is a massive mound of laterite (clay) that is held in place by a series of ornately carved sandstone walls. This […]

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Terrace of the Elephants

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Temple Name: Terrace of the Elephants Notable Features: Over 300 meters long. Covered in stunning bas-relief sculptures of elephants, horses, lions, dancers, and warriors. Getting There: The Terrace of the Elephants is one of the most popular sites in Angkor Thom. Any tuk tuk driver will know how to take you there. Walking With the […]

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Ta Keo

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Ta Keo Notable Features: One of the first temples to be built out of sandstone. It was abandoned uncompleted, resulting in a unique and eerie appearance. Getting There: Ta Keo is located east of the Victory Gate of Angkor Thom. An Unfinished Masterpiece Ta Keo is an incomplete temple that boasts a moat, […]

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Ta Som

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Ta Som Notable Features: Well-preserved bas-reliefs. A Ficus tree grows from the roof of the eastern gopura (gate). Getting There: Ta Som is accessed from the eastern Mebon. It is located on the right, after the 13 km marker stone. A Charming Pile of Stones Ta Som is a small Bayon-style temple on […]

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Ta Prohm

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Ta Prohm Notable Features: Fig and silk-cotton trees grow through the temple stone. Getting There: Ta Prohm is located east of Angkor Thom, southwest of the East mebon. Any tuk tuk driver will know how to get to Ta Prohm The Temple of the Trees Ta Prohm is one of the most photographed […]

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Ta Nei

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Ta Nei Notable Features: Located deep in the jungles of Angkor. Ideal for the adventurous traveler. Getting There: Ta Nei is not a popular tourist destination. As a result, few tuk tuk drivers and tour guides know where Ta Nei is located. To reach Ta Nei, follow the forest path that leads out […]

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Srah Srang

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Srah Srang Notable Features: One of the most breathtaking sunrise views in Cambodia. Not overly crowded. Getting There: From Siem Reap, take the road to Angkor Wat. When you arrive at the moat of Angkor Wat, turn right. You will pass Prasat Kravan on your right. Then, you will arrive at Banteay Kdei […]

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Spean Thma

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Spean Thma Notable Features: The remains of an ancient Khmer bridge. Getting There: Located 700 meters east of the Victory Gate at Angkor Thom, and 200 meters from Thommanon. The Ancient Bridge Over the Siem Reap River Spean Thma is an ancient stone bridge that used to cross the Siem Reap River. Since […]

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Pre Rup

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Temple Name: Pre Rup Notable Features: Beautiful towers and terraces Getting There: Most tuk tuk drivers know where Pre Rup is located. Coming from Srah Srang, Pre Rup is located at a bend in the road between Srah Srang and East Mebon. It is a large temple – very difficult to miss. King Rajendravarman’s Khmer […]

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Preah Ko

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Temple Name: Preah Ko Notable Features: Bull statues. Some of the earliest examples of Angkor architecture. Getting There: Located on the east side of Siem Reap. Take route #6 (Airport Road) for 12.5 km. There is a sign on the left that indicates the turnoff to Preah Ko. Turn left at the sign and travel […]

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Preah Khan

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Preah Khan Notable Features: Detailed Naga and Apsara carvings. Home to Angkor’s only two-story building. Unique cylindrical columns. Getting There: To reach Preah Khan, take the road north from Angkor Thom’s North Gate. Follow the road northeast for 600 meters, east for 300 meters, and north for 250 meters. At this point, you […]

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Prasat Kravan

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Prasat Kravan Notable Features: Remarkable bas-reliefs. Peculiar architectural style. Getting There: From Siem Reap, take the road to Angkor Wat. At the moat of Angkor Wat, turn right. Travel a short distance until your reach Prasat Kravan on your right. The Noblemen’s Temple Prasat Kravan is a brick temple built in the first […]

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Prasat Ak Yum

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Temple Name: Prasat Ak Yum (also known as Ak Yom) Notable Features: Pre-Angkorian inscriptions and architecture. Getting There: Prasat Ak Yum is situated on the southern bank of the West Baray, about 1 km from the baray’s southwest corner. This is not a popular temple destination. Because of its obscurity, many tuk tuk drivers and […]

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Phnom Krom

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Temple Name: Phnom Krom Notable Features: Wonderful view of Tonle Sap Lake. Getting There: Phnom Krom is located 12 km southwest of Siem Reap, close to the Chong Khneas Port and the Tonle Sap Lake. The Hilltop Temple of the Trimurti Construction began on Phnom Krom towards the end of the 9th century, and was […]

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Phnom Bakheng

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Temple Name: Phnom Bakheng Notable Features: Lion statues that flank the pathway up the pyramid. Getting There: From Siem Reap, take the road to Angkor Wat. You will continue past Angkor Wat until you reach Phnom Bakheng on the left side of the road. Yasovarman’s State-Temple King Yasovarman I erected Phnom Bakheng late in the […]

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Phimeanakas

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Temple Name: Phimeanakas Notable Features: The peculiar design work of temple’s three tiers. Getting There: Phimeanakas is located within the Royal palace of Angkor Thom. Angkor Thom is an extremely popular temple destination. Any tuk tuk driver or tour guide will know how to take you there. Angkor Thom’s Tallest Scalable Structure What this pyramid […]

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Neak Pean

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Temple Name: Neak Pean Notable Features: Carvings of lotus blossoms, gargoyles, and serpents. Getting There: Neak Pean is located 2 km west of Ta Som, and approximately 2.5 km east of Preah Khan. The Temple of Entwining Serpents Under the kingship of Jayavarman VII, Neak Pean was erected sometime in the 12th century in the […]

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Lolei

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Lolei Notable Features: Richly ornamented prasats (towers). Getting There: Lolei is located on the east side of Siem Reap in the Ruluos temple group. Any tuk tuk driver or tour guide will know how to take you to Ruluous. The Red Tower of Ruluos Lolei is the northern most temple of the Ruluos […]

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Krol Ko

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Krol Ko Notable Features: Depictions of the bodhisattva Lokesvara in the temple courtyard. Getting There: Krol Ko is located on the road from Preah Kahn to Ta Som. The temple is located on the left, 100 meters after Neak Pean, which is located on the right. The Temple of Lokesvara Krol Ko was […]

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The Khleangs

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Temple Name: The Khleangs Notable Features: Inscriptions around the doorways. Getting There: The Khleangs are situated opposite the Terrace of the Elephants in Angkor Thom. This is a very popular tourist destination. Any tuk tuk driver will know how to take you there. The Storehouse Temples The Khleangs are two structures located on the east […]

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Kbal Spean

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Temple Name: Kbal Spean Notable Features: Carvings of Hindu and Buddhist Mythological motifs. Getting There: From siem Reap, Kbal Spean is located along the road to Banteay Srei. You will pass Banteay Srei and continue on the road for another 13 km before you reach Kbal Spean. The ride takes approximately 90 minutes. In the […]

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East Mebon

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Temple Name: East Mebon Notable Features: Elephant statues carved out of a single block of stone. Getting There: East Mebon is located approximately 1.3 km from Pre Rup, and about 300 meters from the left turn to Banteay Samre. Heaven’s Temple East Mebon is large island temple located in the now dry East Baray. King […]

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East Baray

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Temple Name: East Baray Notable Features: The mammoth baray dikes. The temple East Mebon. Getting There: Located due east of Angkor Thom The Mammoth Baray of Yasovarman I King Yasovarman I constructed the East Baray, a mammoth man-made lake, in the 10th century. The function of this and other barays has been the focus of […]

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Chau Say Tevoda

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Temple Name: Chau Say Tevoda Notable Features: Well-preserved Hindu and Buddhist carvings. Getting There: From Angkor Thom, Chau Say Tevoda is located 500 meters from the Victory Gate on the way to Ta Keo. This isn’t a popular tourist destination. As a result, you might want to go with a guide that knows the area […]

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The Bayon

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Temple Name: The Bayon Notable Features: The more than 200 carved stone faces. Getting There: The Bayon is situated in the center of Angkor Thom. This is an extremely popular tourist destination. Any tuk tuk driver or tour guide will know how to take you there. The Temple of Stone Faces Located in the middle […]

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Baphuon

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Temple Name: Baphuon Notable Features: Exceptional animal carvings at the temple’s main entrance. Getting There: Baphuon is situated within Angkor Thom, approximately 200 meters northwest of the Bayon. The Fallen Mountain Baphuon is a gargantuan temple-mountain built sometime in the 11th century by King Udayadityavarman II. This temple is in an advanced state of ruin, […]

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Banteay Srei

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Temple Name: Banteay Srei Notable Features: Some of the finest examples of Khmer artwork in all of Cambodia. Getting There: From Siem Reap, follow the road to East Mebon. Turn right between Pre Rup and East Mebon, or about 14 km from Siem Reap (there is a Banteay Srei signpost). You will pass the village […]

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Banteay Samré

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Temple Name: Banteay Samré Notable Features: Richly detailed carvings of the Vishnulegends. Getting There: From Siem Reap, travel about 14 km along the road to East Mebon. Turn right at the Banteay Samré signpost located somewhere between Pre Rup and East Mebon. Follow the road past the village of Pradak. There is a T-junction in […]

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Banteay Kdei

Angkor Temples

Temple Name: Banteay Kdei Notable Features: Wonderul Buddhist bas-reliefs. Getting There: From Siem Reap, take the road to Angkor Wat. Turn right at Angkor Wat’s moat. You will see Banteay Kdei on your left, across from the man-made water reservoir Srah Srang. A Fallen Monastery King Jayavarman VII constructed Banteay Kdei sometime in the late […]

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Baksei Chamkrong

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Temple Name: Baksei Chamkrong Notable Features: Unique inscriptions around the tower entrance. Getting There: Baksei Chamkrong is located on the left, near the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Its classical pyramid shape is difficult to miss. Furthermore, most tuk tuk drivers and tour guides know about Baksei Chamkrong. The Pyramid of Shiva Baksei Chamkrong is […]

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Angkor Thom Temple

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Temple Name: Angkor Thom Temple Notable Features: The Bayon. Richly ornamented temple gates. Getting There: Angkor Thom is located 1.7 km northwest of the main entrance to Angkor Wat. Coming from the east, Angkor Thom is accessed via the Victory Gate, which is 1 km west of Ta Keo. The Great City King Jayavarman VII […]

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Princess Angkor Hotel

Siem Reap Hotels

Location: Airport Road Tel: (855-63) 760 056-9 Web: www.princessangkor.com Rates: US$80-$150 Fusing the gentle charm of the Khmer people with the conveniences of a world-class resort, the Princess Angkor Hotel is one of Siem Reap’s finest accommodation destinations. Mimicking the aesthetic traditions of the French Colonial Period, guests at the Princess Angkor feel more like […]

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Ree Hotel

Siem Reap Hotels

Location: National Road 6 (Airport Road) Tel: (855-63) 766 888 Web: www.preahkhanhotel.com Rates: From US$71 Located along Siem Reap’s National Road No. 6 (Airport Road), the Ree Hotel is walking distance from Siem Reap’s dining and entertainment attractions, and a fifteen-minute drive from the Angkor Wat temple ruins. Stylistically, the Ree represents the finest in […]

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City Angkor Hotel

Siem Reap Hotels

Location: Airport Road Tel: (855-63) 760 336-9 Web: www.cityangkorhotel.com Rates: from US$70 The City Angkor Hotel’s palatial façade and royal Khmer details make it one of Siem Reap’s most attractive hotel destinations. With its 201 Deluxe Rooms and 4 Suites to choose from, the City Angkor was designed to please a variety of travelers. The […]

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Borei Angkor Hotel

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Location: National Road 6, #0369, Banteay Chas, Slorkram Tel: (855-63) 964 406 Web: www.boreiangkor.com Rates: From US$73 The Borei Angkor Hotel Siem Reap fuses Cambodia’s ancient Khmer heritage with the aesthetic traditions of the arte deco period. With its gorgeous lobby chandelier, fine woodwork throughout, and well-manicured grounds, the Borei Angkor is one of the […]

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Borann Hotel

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Location: Behind Sawasdee Restaurant Tel: (855-63) 964 740 Web: www.boran.com Rates: US$33-$44 The Borann Hotel is a traditional Khmer-style getaway. Modern amenities, such as air-conditioning and a swimming pool, are readily available, but the Borann’s ambiance is 100% old-world Cambodia. An exotic garden surrounds the hotel’s five bungalows, each of which are fitted with antique […]

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Bopha Angkor Hotel

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Location: 0512 St. Acharsvar Tel: (855-63) 964 928 Web: www.bopha-angkor.com Rates: US$38-$58 This one-of-a-kind hotel overlooks the romantic Siem Reap River. Bopha Angkor Hotel elegantly infuses old-world Cambodia with the comforts of modern living. Guests are minutes away from the International Airport, the Angkor Wat Temple ruins, and the dining and entertainment districts of Siem […]

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Bayon Hotel

Siem Reap Hotels

Location: 545 National Road No. 6 Tel: (855-63) 963 568 Web: www.prumbayonhotel.com Rates: From US$30 Bayon Hotel is located in the heart of Siem Reap, walking distance from the city’s dining and entertainment districts. Guests are a ten-minute drive from the International Airport and fifteen minutes from the Angkor Wat temple ruins. “Practicality” is the […]

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Apsara Angkor Hotel

Siem Reap Hotels

Location: Airport Road between International Airport and town center Tel: (855-63) 964 999 Web: www.apsaraangkor.com Rates: US$140-$330 Apsara Angkor Hotel showcases the charm and beauty of Khmer tradition, while also providing guests with the conveniences of modern living. The hotel’s lush gardens and acutely peaked roofs are akin to the thatch cottages of old-world Cambodia; […]

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Angkoriana Hotel

Siem Reap Hotels

Location: Road to Angkor Wat Tel: (855-63) 760 274 Web: www.angkorianahotel.com Rates: From US$27 The Angkoriana Hotel is conveniently located along the road to Angkor Wat, directly across from Siem Reap’s Angkor National Museum. Whether you’re an Angkor Wat day-tripper or a serious temple trekker, there isn’t a better place to begin your journey than […]

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Angkor Village Resort

Siem Reap Hotels

Location: PhumTraeng Tel: (855-63) 963 561 Web: www.angkorvillage.com Rates: US $128-$188 The Angkor Village Resort is perhaps Siem Reap’s most unique and eccentric accommodation destination. The resort’s atypical Khmer styling and exotic ambiance will resonate with the culturally adventurous trekker and the leisure traveler alike. Many Siem Reap hotels embellish their décor with Khmer details, […]

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