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Why we like it
- All suites have private outdoor spaces
- Amansara is situated on the outskirts of Siem Reap, only 10 minutes from the entrance of Angkor in a lush garden enclosure
- The circular Dining Room with its soaring seven-metre ceiling and shaded terrace offers both traditional Khmer and Western cuisine
- The spa offers a range of massage and beauty treatments using Cambodian techniques and Aman's own natural spa product range
- The resort has a 17.5-metre curved swimming pool with sundeck and a 25 by 5 metre lap pool
- Other facilities include bars and lounges, a library, fitness centre, roof terrace and gallery
Exclusive to A&K clients
- Sunrise breakfast at a traditional wooden Khmer Village House
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Thank you for organising a fantastic holiday (Annie Jensen) The guides and drivers were helpful considerate and polite. All the guides were informative in their own way which we found interesting. As we passed the children they were delighted to see us and practice their English 'Hello'. We spoke to local people and children, everybody was very pleasant. The cycling distances were just right, we had time to stop an
- MS, Cumbria
Set in a garden compound, the 24-suite resort has the ambience of a private home and is the ideal base for travellers seeking to explore Khmer culture and the majestic ruins of Angkor. A variety of temple tours and cultural walks is available as part of the guest experience.
Each suite enjoys an open-plan setting with finishes in terrazzo and timber, and all open onto outdoor courtyards. Combined sleeping and living areas contain large writing desks and king-size beds. Beyond, and leading down a few steps is the bathroom with floor-to-ceiling glass doors opening onto a light-filled garden featuring a cushioned banquette. The bathroom contains twin vanities with makeup mirrors, a large soaking tub and a separate shower and toilet.
Best time to travel
The best time to travel would be during the dry season of October to March, avoiding the monsoon season of June to September. Temperatures remain fairly constant year round.
Phnom Penh or Siem Reap via Bangkok
12 hours and 30 minutes
GMT + 7 hours
Issued on arrival
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
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