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  • Viroth's Hotel, Siem Reap— a destination in it's own right!

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  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    Last year my cousin and I had spent a couple of nights in Siem Reap's famous Viroth's Hotel (recently voted as the best hotel in the world by TripAdvisor). Starting at just $95 per night and studded with some spectacular interior designs, this hotel is an absolute marvel!
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    This vintage telephone and typewriter, were some of the first pieces of decor that caught my eye. This unique taste promised a great experience ahead, and never was I disappointed!
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    Who knew that even a simple wooden staircase could be so pretty! As you climb up, and look all the way down, you'll notice their lovely pattern!
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    When in a hotel, what matters the most are the rooms. With it's state-of-the-art furnishing and artistic decor, our room was absolutely fantastic! Since staying back in the hotel and relaxing was what the trip was mostly about, our joy at this sight, knew no bounds!
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    We weren't too hungry, but nevertheless we went downstairs for dinner. Dining at those cosy tables by the lovely swimming pool, was straight out of one of my day dreams. We ordered a simple Chinese platter, and leisurely ate while admiring the beauty of the hotel at night!
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    Given a chance, this is the scene I would love to wake up to every day of the year! The little balcony, with it's ample greenery was definitely my favorite part of the room.
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    It was time to say 'good morning' to Siem Reap. This is the view of the city from the balcony.
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    We wanted to try something different for breakfast, so we ordered this noodles soup. It did prove to be really different from the food we are used to, but it was quite interesting a dish, and pretty tasty too.
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    Although we planned to spend most of our time at the hotel, doing nothing, we thought it would be a good idea to visit the Angkor Wat. It was only 20 minutes from the hotel, and we went there by these swift tuk tuk!
  • Angkor Wat
    Angkor Wat
    Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world, was an absolute visual treat and we were glad we didn't miss it. It took us longer than we had expected, to explore the entire campus, but it was totally worth the time!
  • Angkor Wat
    Angkor Wat
    The stone walls, carved beautifully into various figurines are what attracts tourists from all over the world to this gigantic temple.
  • Bayon Temple
    Bayon Temple
    The Bayon Temple, with it's array of myriad faces and figures was another one of Siem Reap's most popular temples. The walls of this temple, carved all over, were absolutely stunning!
  • Ta Prohm
    Ta Prohm
    The most interesting part of the Angkor, in my opinion, was the Ta Prohm. Unlike the other monuments of the complex, these temples, and rocks, are entwined the n the strong embrace of root systems. Swallowed by the jungle, and dappled by it's shadows, these ruins look surreal!
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    After our mini expedition of Angkor, we made our way back to the hotel. We decided to spend some time by the swimming pool, that is definitely one of the hotel's most charming feature.
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    What is better after a swim, than a glass of chilled bear? And of course you can't leave Cambodia without tasting some Angkor Beer!
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    This stunning garden cum lounge, is the second most rejuvenating place in the hotel, (the first one being the spa where we went at night!) Just sit here with a good book, and relax and you'll not notice the passage of time.
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    To make the evening all the more memorable, it began to drizzle for some time, which is something typical of Cambodia's weather.
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    After getting a spa, we headed for dinner at this beautiful little air conditioned enclosure of the hotel.
  • VIROTH’S HOTEL
    VIROTH’S HOTEL
    To celebrate our last night at the hotel we decided to try out Cambodian food. Like most other things in the trip, this too turned out to be decision we didn't regret! We only wished we could prolong our stay for an indefinite period of time!

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