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user review | Hotel: FCC Angkor, Siem Reap

Favorite Hotel on the Trip

We loved the FCC Angkor the most of any hotel on a two-week trip. The beautiful colonial feel, the delicious food, the small but welcoming saltwater pool -- you really can't go...more


Not for the faint of heart, but if you rent a bicycle and stay at the Ivy 2 in Siam Reap it is worth the pain to get up pre-dawn and cycle the 7k to Ankor Wat. Watching the sunrise over...more

user review | Nightlife: Linga Bar, Siem Reap

Great find in Siem Reap

I visited Siem Reap in Oct '06 to see the Ankor Wat ruins. It was a wonderful surprise to find the weloming atmosphere of Linga Bar. The locals were very friendly and the...more

user review | Eating: Khmer Kitchen, Siem Reap

Khmer Kitchen - Would go there again

We were only in Siem Reap for 3-nights but ended up liking Khmer Kitchen so much that we ate there twice. Itís tucked away in a nameless alley behind the market but every tuk-tuk...more

user review | See + Do: Day Spas in Siem Reap, Siem Reap

frangipani spa new location!

Please update your information that now frangipani is located on no.615 Hup Guan Street (street behind ANZ royal Bank), Siem Reap and is its website. Thanksmore

Searching for an Authentic Gallery Cafe

Being an avid supporter of the arts and having lived in Phnom Penh for quite some time, I've noticed that most local boutique coffee shops follow the corporate cafe model rather...more

user review | Shop: Shopping in and around Siem Reap, Siem Reap

Shopping for Souvenirs

Shopping in Siem Reap is MAD and like everything else about Cambodia, not for the faint-hearted. Especially at the markets. An accidental glance in the direction of a stall elicits a...more

user review | Shop: Shopping in and around Siem Reap, Siem Reap

Markets in Siem Reap

I agree, the shopping in Siem Reap is crazy! Once you show interest in a stall, it is hard to turn away without buying anything, as the stall owner will do everything in his power to...more

user review | See + Do: Cambodian Genocide Museum and Killing Fields, Phnom Penh

Extremely emotional, but a must-see

S21 is the national genocide museum where you get a true sense of the Khmer Rouge, a devastatingly traumatic event that still is very much alive in Cambodia (as this regime was so...more

user review | See + Do: Angkor National Museum, Siem Reap

Worth a stop

Arriving in the afternoon and not wanting to start "wat-ting" immediately, friends recommended we go to the museum before starting on the temple circuit and we were so glad we...more

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