Siem Reap I

My family and I went to Siem Reap last October 2013, and no time was wasted while we were there. I miss the ambience, its people, and of course, Khmer Food! My sister and I even went to a Khmer cooking class just to learn how to make Amok Fish and our favourite Fresh Spring Rolls.

I will make another post for the beautiful temples of Siem Reap; but for now, here are some details from our 4-day trip. See you again soon, Siem Reap!

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Angkor Wat (Siem Reap II) 
Bayon Temple (Siem Reap III)
Banteay Srei, Pre Rup, and Ta Prohm (Siem Reap IV

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