Well-placed in the restaurants, sightseeing, culture area of Siem Reap city, The Amra Hotel provides a most conducive spot for you to take a break from your busy days. With its location just 1.05 Km from the city center and 7 km from the airport, this 3-star hotel attracts numerous travelers each year. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
My name ratana I am a young Cambodian guy who has experienced more than 7 years in tourism industry.
I was born in 1993. I was raised in Krolanh District, a rural community 55 KM away from Siem Reap city and comes from a family of 3 children.
My childhood was not unlike other Khmer childhoods.I grew up during a particularly difficult time in Cambodia. It was not long after the collapse of the Khmer Rouge, so at a time when Cambodians were trying to combat the toll the Pol Pot regime had taken on their country, trying to rebuild a nation that had been devastated by war and genocide.
I love to share our hospitality, and our country history. Book with us to get the best service of accommodation and tour arrangement.
To get around visiting the temples, you have a few options. You can ride on the back of a motorbike or hire either a tuk tuk or car with driver. The back of a motorbike is cheap and looks like it gives a good adrenaline kick but comfort and safety… not so sure. A car offers all the comforts of home but that’s also it’s drawback – it offers all the comforts of home.
The fun of the Remork (Tuk Tuk)
I found the tuk tuk to be the perfect combination. You can sit and stretch out, you’re protected from the sun, with the flaps down protected from the rain, you get a great breeze as you zip along, with a good driver you feel safe (although there are inevitably a
few mildly ‘harrowing’ moments regardless of how you get about) and the ride is comfortable enough. The maximum speed they can go – given the small engine and road conditions – is slow enough that you can take in the cool stuff as you drive along but fast enough to cover a surprising amount of ground in a day.