Well, on with the post - coming from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia we took an Airasia flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia - the gateway to Angkor Wat. It was the third leg of our Southeast Asian trip last May. Upon arriving, one has to fill up the arrival card and the visa form. It's a good thing that Filipinos don't need visa and are allowed up to 30 days stay. If you will be coming in to Cambodia through the Aranyaprathet-Poipet (Thailand-Cambodia) border, be wary of men in long sleeves. I have read that a lot of them were scams. They would force you to get visas and let you pay a visa fee. Just pass through them and politely say that Filipinos don't need a visa.
|Our room at Bousavy Guesthouse|
|My pancake and fruit breakfast - FREE!|
- Air conditioned room, twin bed
- Private bathroom with hot and cold shower
- Cable/ satellite TV
- Complimentary drinking water
- Writing desk
- Free pick up service
- Free Wi-fi
- Free breakfast
- Free one time dinner
- Free guide books and maps to the temples
- Tour: Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Baphoun, Bayon, Terrace of Elephant, Terrace of the Leper King, Ta Prohm and Banteay Kdey and sunset at Bakheng Mountain.
Tip: They can also arrange your bus ticket if you plan to go to Bangkok.
|With Ani, our kind hearted tuktuk driver|
Mr. Horn Bovuth (Owner Bou Savy Guesthouse)
Address: #261 Group 17 Khum Svay Dangkum Siem Reap, Cambodia
Office Tel: (855)63 964 967
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com