1. It’s ironic. But some cultures do not understand irony so maybe the article will not make sense to some people.

  1. Sorry, this article does not make sense at all. All the 10 reasonable are unreasonable. It is totally confused people.

  2. For some people it will boring. Some people will be there for weeks. And still find interested places around.
    We are different. And we should accept everyone opinion.
    For me it is amazing place on world map. Come back after 20 years. And enjoyed.

    1. Hi Andrew,
      thank you so much for sharing! Yes I totally agree with you. People are different and feel different. For myself the more I visit Cambodia and the Angkor Temple, the more I am fascnitated. On the other side I’ve read a post yesterday in a Facebook-Group, that Angkor and also Siem Reap is boring and not worth to stay there longer than 3 days. Happy for you, that you came back and still enjoy it.
      Best :)

  3. Living in Asia for 10 years, I’ve been to Siem Reap seven times. I clicked here to see if it was going to recommend other temples over Angkor Wat. Having been in Siem Reap, I have other temples that I prefer and are potentially more interesting to photograph. After a few reasons, I realized it was subtly sarcastic especially the part about scantily clad women. :) It would take a serious character to be at one of the wonders of the world and complain they have to walk too far or that there’s no shade. I’m basically in awe anywhere in the park. Thanks for sharing the post and your awesome website. I’m curious how much time you spend in Siem Reap each year? I love it there too.

    1. Ooooh, so sorry that I did not give a reply. Thank you so much for your comment. Yes, there is a meaning behind – especially irony and subtly sarcastic gives us more point of views to a topic. I have seen tourists who have no respect. They were shouting loudly and lashing out because they were not allowed on the upper third terrace of Angkor Wat because of their clothes. I can’t believe how some people behave. But luckily, such things rarely happen.

      In the meantime, I travel all over Cambodia, around 3 weeks. I haven’t been there since April 2019 and I’m looking forward to come back in July/August 2022. Maybe we meet one day in Siem Reap :-)

      Wish you a happy and healthy New Year <3

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