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Siem Reap, 6 and 12 July 2013
In response to government policy “ Clean and Green City” as well as to help the environment and attract the tourists to Visit Siem Reap province, Sokha Angkor Resort has been cooperating with Apsara Authority to plant 500 trees every year at The Angkor Wat Resort area.

On each day, approximately 50 persons of management and associates had joined this event. This is the fourth year Sokha Angkor Resort’s Environmental Working Group has been planting the trees at Angkor Wat area.

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  Reviewed on October 22, 2019

High class and nice interior, lovely poolarea

The rooms may not be brand new, but very stilish and nice furniture at the balcony. The breakfast buffet show that we are in Asia, but it's quite OK.I can warmly recommend the massage at the hotel even through it's a bit more expensive than other... See More
MrBarfoed    Denmark   Tripadvisor
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  Reviewed on October 07, 2019

Irish bar in the basement.

Came in off the road after seeing the Irish Pub sign and WowWhat a great wee bar. Not any Irish music but that’s ok....can’t have everything over seas.Sorted out the music volume and bass and had 2 great nights here.Chanti and her fellow... See More
MarkConner       Tripadvisor
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  Reviewed on September 30, 2019

Камбоджа

Останавливаемся в этом отеле уже не первый раз.Отличный персонал,шаговая доступность до мини-маркета,также недалеко торговый цeнтр... See More
elec35    Russian Federation   Tripadvisor
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  Reviewed on September 25, 2019

シェムリアップ ステイ♪

最高のホスピタリティ!!特に、日本語対応のスタッフ の アリカ & パクダイ!!お客様の目線に立った 迅速な対応、親切 丁寧 な 接客にお陰様で ホテルステイ... See More
01naCco    Japan   Tripadvisor
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  Reviewed on August 22, 2019

Sokha Angkor Resort is amazing

We come to stay in this hotel 3 times . They are very nice people help us a lot arrange the tour for us and good speaking tour guide. Very delicious breakfast and friendly staffs Ms.leakna. Want to recommend to everyone
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