I have mentioned before that I am very much a creature of habit at the moment and it is safe to say that this extends to treating myself to a massage on my days off. I have visited several of the higher end spas in Siem Reap and whilst I still continue to rotate between 2 or 3 of them, the pretty Frangipani Spa in the up and coming enclave of Kandal Village is one of my favourites.
Whilst I have plenty of regular coffee shops, bars and restaurants to visit here in Siem Reap, I also like to discover new places and so, after a quick glance at Foursquare I decided to make my way across the river to “The Upstairs Café” on Wat Bo Road for a late breakfast. Continue reading
One of the great benefits of working in South East Asia as opposed to, say Europe or the USA is the HUGE amount of public holidays that living here entitles you to. For many in SEA, Public Holidays = Weekend Minibreak and with that in mind I have put together a 48 hour itinerary for Siem Reap so you don’t need to waste a single second of your well earned break when visiting. Continue reading
Cambodian New Year or Chaul Chnam Thmey is celebrated between April 14 – April 16th with people enjoying a 3 day public holiday designed in order to allow Khmers to celebrate the New Year with family and friends in their home provinces.