After I checked into the guesthouse, we went to the War Museum. According to Lonely Planet, there is another new war museum but its not as attractive as the old one which I am going talk about here.
Here, it showcases tankers, weapons and other military gadgets used during Cambodian wartime. The entrance fee is about USD3 if not mistaken.
We went to Cultural Village next…
I have composed few panoramic view for Bayon temple, Angkor Wat and floating village. In order to make you go “WOW”, please view the image in full resolution. The thumbnails shown here simply won’t satisfy you.
HInt: Click on the label at each photo to access its full resolution version.
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Taking the flight
Its about 630 in the morning when we are waiting at gate T3 at LCCT, Kuala Lumpur International Airport. We are departing off to land of super-duper-lots-of temples.
Thanks to Keat Meng’s housemate for sending us to the airport. Sorry I can’t recall your name. I appreciate your help :)
Malaysia is one hour ahead of Cambodia! The flight took near 2 hours to reach Siem Reap International Airport. By the time we reached there, it was 820am Cambodia time! We were greeted by super-duper hot sunshine. Its surprising that we were allowed to camwhore around the taxiway and inside the immigration hall. You can’t possibly be doing that in USA. I was caught in LAX before for taking pics in the immigration hall and asked to delete those pictures taken inside there. :-S
We paid 5 US dollars for a taxi to the Siem Reap town. Voon Fei told me that he saw someone got into a tuktuk at the airport which offers the cheaper alternative mean of transportation. Along the way to town, we can see rows of high-end hotels stretching its way to town. High-end stuff simply not for backpackers like us. So, off we go to the town center searching for cheap guesthouses.