Jan 1, 2017

Cambodia Travelogue: Home Run (2 Feb 2015)

Alas, the final day in Siem Reap.

Despite the short 5-day vacation, we had the essence of Siem Reap all covered:

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Angkor Wat - CHECKED
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Bayon - CHECKED
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Ta Prohm - CHECKED
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Amok - CHECKED
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Cambodian BBQ - CHECKED
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Cambodian-French fine dining - CHECKED

All sort of street food - CHECKED

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Banana Nutella Pancake
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Grilled Goodies

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Fried Cruller
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Banh Mi
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Fried Noodles
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Avocado Shake

Scorching heat aside, its long dated history, its majestic structures, its beautiful architecture had made Siem Reap a wonderful place to be for the first time visitor like myself. Our dining experience in Siem Reap had transcended beyond ambience and services - we were literally spoiled for choices for USD1 street food.

Before we left for airport on our Tuk Tuk, we stopped by The Blue Pumpkin for some icy cold ice cream. For USD2, we got one scoop of Khmer fruit flavour and another scoop of Rum & Raisin. Not only it was smooth and creamy, the two flavours we had was simply no other.

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Ice Cream @ The Blue Pumpkin (USD 2)
Trust me, it was the best bet on a hot afternoon, especially you need something sweet to cure your heavy hearted soul for home run.

2 comments:

  1. Wooo... so many delicious food you have tried. I think more than half of them I didn't get to eat or seen when i was there

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    1. How long were you there? I stayed nearby Phsar Chas where all the street food is.

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