Posts Tagged: Siem Reap

Only in Siem Reap (Day3)

Temple hopping continues… Bantaey Samre – another Angkor Wat resemblances? Comparative smaller and fewer visitors, but not less impressive…contrary, it’s really camera friendly and less crowd equals greater space for exploration… Neak Pean…pool of water within the walls – for

Only in Siem Reap (Day3)

Temple hopping continues… Bantaey Samre – another Angkor Wat resemblances? Comparative smaller and fewer visitors, but not less impressive…contrary, it’s really camera friendly and less crowd equals greater space for exploration… Neak Pean…pool of water within the walls – for

Only in Siem Reap (Day2)

Banteay Srey, the citadel of beauty, is 45 minutes from Siem Reap (tuk-tuk chargeable at USD25/daily for more distant travel)…expect Hinduism legends and mitos illustrated on fine engravings in pinkish sandstones – visually appealing and intricate details…BTW, to date the

Only in Siem Reap (Day2)

Banteay Srey, the citadel of beauty, is 45 minutes from Siem Reap (tuk-tuk chargeable at USD25/daily for more distant travel)…expect Hinduism legends and mitos illustrated on fine engravings in pinkish sandstones – visually appealing and intricate details…BTW, to date the

Only in Siem Reap (Day1)

Embarking to Siem Reap and the journey to historical temples beckons… Three nights at Royal Empire Hotel, a pleasant stay with BASIC utilities (Damn WIFI use is chargeable at USD2 per hour!!!) Solicitors were everywhere – books, mini handicrafts, scarfs,

Only in Siem Reap (Day1)

Embarking to Siem Reap and the journey to historical temples beckons… Three nights at Royal Empire Hotel, a pleasant stay with BASIC utilities (Damn WIFI use is chargeable at USD2 per hour!!!) Solicitors were everywhere – books, mini handicrafts, scarfs,