Siem reap– cambodia
Who: The whole gang
What: First stop on a multi-country trip. Second stop was Hanoi, Vietnam
When: Spring Break 2015, last spring break vacation in Asia. Last spring break (period)
Why: The beautiful temples
- Bring lots of water!
- Wear shoes for walking
- Plan on at least two days to see the temples
Angkor Wat dress code!
We went to see the sunset at Phnom Bakheng and found out the children were not dressed appropriately. Thankfully there were vendors before the temple trail and was able to purchase some pants, skirts, and t-shirts for very inexpensive. It was worth the price of seeing the sunset from one of the most beautiful sites in Ankor.
Angkor Wat Dress Code
Check for the latest dress code & vistors information from the official website of Ankor Wat
Siem Reap Spas
Another option to escape the heat during the summer months was to spend the afternoon at one of the many affordable spas. We went to the spas at least once a day, if not twice. The prices were super affordable and the services were top notch in a clean & relaxing environment.
Prices in 2015 for a 2 hour massage was about $30!
Siem Reap Weather
The weather was absolutely brutal. The "feels like" temperature was 107 F! Bring lots of water and sunblock. I turned purple I was so hot. We decided to go see the temples first thing in the morning and cool off at the pool during the mid-day heat.