The Pub Street of Siem Reap and Beyond


The Pub Street greets us in the afternoon after a long slumber recuperating from a feverish ride at the night bus. I was struck with a bad case of flu and the constant dust in the air resembling that of a mini sandstorm every time a vehicle passes made it worse.  Siem Reap is lovely. I felt a lot better during our stay there.  A promise of a fresh pint ran along the alleys and streets, with tourists treating themselves to a 4pm happy hour. USD $ 1.00 per 1 hour foot massage couches lined up the streets and carts of various offerings from books to exotic food.




You must have seen some of the images on Instagram. To visit the temples, here are some important information about Angkor Passes. 

We hired a nice and honest Tuk-tuk driver, Kimorn to drive us around for two days. The advantage of hiring a private Tuk-tuk is the freedom to explore the temples at your own pace, without the pressure of moving to unwanted or fixed destinations with other groups.


Contact Siem Reap Tuk-tuk driver- Kimorn
Email: kimorn.kha@gmail.com
Mobile: +85577645776 

To be continued...

 Love & light,
Arni


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5 comments

  1. looks so colourful! Guess you need to drink tones of antiallergens before you visit the place

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  2. I love the idea of getting a private tuk tuk driver. Will keep that in mind for when I visit there.

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  3. I agree with Dezzy. It looks really colorful. The food looks delicious, too.

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  4. The dish looks just like Pinoy food. Reading your Cambodia posts is heightening my will to go there too.

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  5. Oooo those dishes look tasty!

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