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Siem Reap Cambodia

Posted by karend on 12/6/2010 at 13:29

Hi I have just launched a new website http://www.siemreapcambodia.org/category/siem-reap-hotels/ It is a comprehensive guide to Siem Reap, including tour and hotel information. There is also a comprehensive guide to the history of the amazing Angkor Wat temples. I hope you enjoy the website and find the information useful. Kind regards Karen ...

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Peace Cafe in Siem Reap

Posted by peacecafeangkor on 6/2/2010 at 20:43

We have just taken over the Singing Tree Cafe in Siem Reap and continuing with the community spirit begun by the previous owners... yoga, meditation, monk chat, pilates, information on the environment and volunteering. See the website www.peacecafeangkor.org for program details. ...

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Battambang Bicycle Tour for Foodies - Soksa Bike

Posted by justanotherhiker on 18/6/2010 at 15:35

I've been living and volunteering in Battambang for about a month now and went on an amazing bicycle tour last week with Soksabike! Since I live here and work both in the city and in a village close by, I do not feel like much of a tourist and am hesitant to get on a "touristy" tour. This bicycle was perfect for getting a little off the beaten track, learning a lot, and discovering delicious local cuisine. It's not a particularly difficult ride (completely flat), but if you're not ...

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See Cambodia Differently - Toourists & Locals

Posted by peterjones79 on 8/6/2010 at 21:24

We have just launched a new Cambodian travel company and would like to invite you to take a look at our site and recomend it to people interested in package and tailor made Cambodian Holidays. We would also be interested to get in contact with anyone based in Cambodia who is involved in Charity work or interesting and exciting projects that tourists might be interested in visiting. www.SeeCambodiaDifferently.com ...

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Excellent Angkor Guide Highly Recommended

Posted by kimfrasse on 6/12/2009 at 21:36

I want to recommend an outstanding English-speaking guide, Ratanak Eath, for tours of Angkor Wat and the surrounding area. His four day itinerary included temples, a tour of the lake and local countryside, and excellent recommendations for restaurants and dance shows. He is knowledgeable about the history and art of Angkor and he made our visit lively and interesting. You can contact him at his e-mail ratanak_eath@yahoo.com, and website www.theangkorguide.net. He was recommended by my sister-i ...

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Cambodian Guide Services

Posted by CambodianGuide on 30/4/2010 at 15:34

Hello! I am Mr. Sowanna Yun and I promise to show you the real Cambodia in a fun, safe and affordable fashion. My reputation has been built on over ten years experience designing tours that highlight the best cultural, historic and outdoor features of my country. Please take a look at my website and contact me to schedule your tour! Or-kun! ( thank you in Cambodia ) cambodianguide.com sowanna012@yahoo.com +855 12 768 193 ...

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Kukuluku Beach Club

Posted by zanseman on 30/4/2010 at 01:56

The Kukuluku Beachclub, directly on the beach with an big old building is a real refreshing guest house in Kep. Not only that they offer quite a few water sports possibilities, they also have a cosy rum bar next to the beach and a great restaurant serving the best crepes in Cambodia (but be aware, they have over 30 different crepes!!!!) Deffenitely a great new place on the south coast in Kep. ...

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Bakong Tea Garden

Posted by BTG009 on 19/8/2009 at 16:39

Bakong Tea Garden is a rustic rural Cambodian Style eatery in rural Cambodia. Ice cold beers, wine, chilled drinks like coke and iced coffee. Newly harvested coconut or freshly brewed Cambodian coffee and cake... Choice of scones, cakes, made to order baguette, toasted sandwiches, breakfast and lunch menu with Western & Khmer food. All surrounded by nature, lush greenery, rice fields and beauty. FREE WiFi... Relax in the heart of rural Cambodia! Bakong Tea Garden ...

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4 Rivers Floating Eco-Lodge - Paradise Retrieved

Posted by valentinsuteu on 12/4/2010 at 15:43

Start your day waking up to the sights and muted sounds of the Cardamom mountains. As the mist clears over the water, there is little to disturb the natural calm other than the plop and splash of a feeding fish, the startled cry of a far-off bird and the growl of a predator returning home after a kill. With their origins in the safari veldt of Africa's game parks, each of the 12 double and twin-bed tented villas is, at 45sqm, a space age wonder combining luxury with practicality. Cocooned ...

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California 2 Phnom Penh

Posted by JimCA2 on 9/4/2010 at 02:35

Posted on Travelfish and still havent seen an update to the Phnom Penh Hotel Section. California 2 is back in operation. www.cafecaliforniaphnompenh.com for details. ...

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first go by plane.....

Posted by veratj on 31/3/2010 at 23:12

it will my first experience go by plane,,,who can tell me some tips and step by step from check in until finish the prosess before fly,,,because my flight has to transit at LCCT KL,and then continue to penang,i wonder to know some tips about transit,??because i am so poor about flight process,,,even how to transit,,, hope somebody willing to help me for giving information detailly,,thank u so much,,,,that information will be so worth alot fo me ...

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Number 9 Guesthouse in Phnom Phen and Siem Reap

Posted by MplsThai on 18/7/2007 at 21:38

The Number 9 rooms in Siem Reap were much nicer than the one in Phnom Phen, but missing the lakeside bar. The food is very good and the family was very nice. The rooms go for $2-6. The Number 9 in Phnom Phen has very basic rooms, but the atmosphere is why you stay there. Everyone at who stays there hangs out at the bar so it is very easy to meet people. ...

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na Ry House Siem Reap Cambodia

Posted by SND on 17/3/2010 at 09:33

Travelling this Chinese New Year to Siem Reap required some research. We three friends did not care to sardine into a hotel room for a whole week. I discovered na Ry House online, and after delightful correspondence with the director, decided to take a chance. We were glad we did. The house is beautiful, furnished tastefully, and spacious. Three bedrooms (King, Queen & Double), and two bathrooms, make the stay for a group far more relaxing than any hotel. The shared areas include an upstai ...

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Kep - Jasmine Valley Eco-Resort

Posted by Ohhhh on 15/3/2010 at 19:33

Owen and Jasmine Beck have recently opened Jasmine Valley Eco-Resort. Nestled in the jungle, views across the islands to Vietnam, sound of Gibbons to wake you in the morning and surrounded by fireflies at night. It really is pretty special. We have a website if you're interested in looking further into it. www.jasminevalley.com . Cheers, Owen. ...

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Practice Restaurant in Phnom Penh Lotus Blanc

Posted by pecqueur on 24/2/2010 at 14:40

More than 300 poor students learn necessary pratical skills every year for theire brilliant future through our 2 practice restaurant in Phnom Penh. enjoy the French and Asiane cuisine served by our smiling and eager students. N152 St 51 Phnom Penh H/P 017 60 22 51 ...

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Best value prices in Siem Reap

Posted by Kristinasia on 4/3/2010 at 01:49

We stayed 5 nights at Advisor Angkor Villa. Rooms were very cozy, arranged tours to visit Angkor Wat for reasonable price (10 USD per day including sunset at Phnom Bakheng or Pre Rup), well located (in the main city area), breakfast was free, but it’s great, free internet 24 hrs, and the best value, we got Wifi in our rooms. The people were nice and friendly. They got us from the airport. I would definitely go there again. Everyone need lowest price stay and Angkor tours in Siem Reap, please ...

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RATANAKIRI - best guide in the business is Pov

Posted by hermritya on 20/2/2010 at 19:40

This guide is an authentic Cambodian who speaks fluent English. He's lived in the area for 20 years and knows everything about it. He deals with the local people as Rangers and Homestay, and is charming and thorough and honest. Contact him at ( 855 - 077956248 ) phjamjungle@gmail.com jamjungle@hotmail.com ...

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Siem Reap Cooking Class at the Village

Posted by bensiemreap on 19/2/2010 at 17:26

Cooking Class in Siem Reap at the village is another way of life experience. Try to cook with the local people with real fresh ingredient and true people. The course that have to cook has: Fried or Fresh Spring Roll, Amok (fish, Chicken, Beef, Pork or Tofu), Mango Salad & Pumpkin traditional Desert. They have a full-day course and half-day course. The cooking cost USD25 per person. The price include with transport to and from the village, expert local guide, recipe, meals, tour at the loca ...

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Wat Thmey - Killing Fields Pagoda, Siem Reap

Posted by DuncanStuart on 9/2/2010 at 11:16

This is a large monastery half way out between the centre of town and Angkor Wat - and is notable for being at the centre of an area that served as the killing fields during the Pol Pot years. In fact some new hotels in the district have their foundations sunk into killing fields soil. Not a pretty thought. Wat Thmey features a live in monastery and new temple, as well as grounds in the middle of which is a large stupa, glass sided, with the skulls and bones diligently gathered by local res ...

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7Candles Guest House - people rave about it.

Posted by DuncanStuart on 9/2/2010 at 11:06

I ahven't been there, but when TravelFish is updating its listings, then you need to check out this guest house. It is associated with the Ponheary Ly Foundation - which gives it an ethical plus! But quite apart from that, people have told me about the charm, the tranquility, the personal touches - the comfort and the value. ...

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