Siem Reap – Days 5 & 6 (9th & 10th Aug 2012)


Days 5 & 6 were mainly for shopping, massages/spas and more Good Food!

We did not do much shopping except for food and some souvenirs for friends back home. Not really a shoppers’ paradise.

For massages and spas, we would recommend Raffles Amrita Spa and Body Tune:

Raffles Amrita Spa – One of the more expensive massages and spas in Siem Reap. Prices include the use of changing room, sauna and jacuzzi. As hotel guests, we were entitled to the more affordable 8:00-10:00pm happy hour package at US$60.00 per pax for aroma massage and facial treatment.

1 Vithei Charles de Gaulle,  Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia

Tel: +855 63 963 888

Fax: +855 63 963 168

http://www.raffles.com/siem-reap/raffles-spa/genaral-information/general-information/

Body Tune – Good selection of massages and spa with happy hour prices.

April – September

Open Daily 10.00 am – 10.30 pm

October – March

Open Daily 10.00 am – 11.30 pm

293-296 Pokambor Av. Mondul 1, Siem Reap

Next to the Old Market

+855 0 6376 4141

http://www.bodytune.co.th/branch_siemreap.aspx

Feeling hungry after your massage or spa? Check out Molly MalonesRaffles Cafe d’Angkor and Mamma Shop:

Molly Malones,Irish Pub & Guesthouse – Khmer food was kinda driving us nuts and our craving for beef steak took over. Reasonable prices for huge portions of food like onion soup, garlic bread, potato skin and steaks. A great place to chill out in the afternoon to late evening, especially around the bar.

http://www.mollymalonescambodia.com/

Raffles Cafe d’Angkor – We searched high and low but foie gras was actually available at our backyard. A pity that Restaurant Le Grand was closed for renovations. Slightly annoyed and delighted at the same time as we were able to satisfy our craving. Cheers!

1 Vithei Charles de Gaulle,  Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia

Tel: +855 63 963 888

Fax: +855 63 963 168

http://www.raffles.com/siem-reap/restaurants-and-bars/cafe-dangkor/

Mamma Shop, Italian Food & Restaurant – Cheap and really good Italian food & wine for our last meal in Siem Reap before  flying back to Singapore. You may miss it while walking up and down the shop houses so look out for wooden doors with tinted glass.

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