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Smile of Angkor

387 Reviews

Smile of Angkor

387 Reviews
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Tonle Sap is Cambodia’s largest lake and lies just south of Siem Reap. On this tour, visit one of the island’s famous floating villages, Kompong Phluk, and experience local life as you explore the stilted houses, fisheries, and floating hospital. As well as cruising around the lake, you can also opt for a small boat cruise through the flooded mangrove forests (own expense).
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Gabriel P. Shih wrote a review Jan 2020
Taipei, Taiwan101 contributions14 helpful votes
敘事結構脈絡不清,演出參雜雜技,投影粗糙,音樂混入中國風,到最後還出現數國國旗與快樂頌,所謂柬埔寨傳統史詩,名不符實,不倫不類。附設餐廳菜色有限,光線昏暗。不推薦。 poor story and plots, unrelevant acrobatic performed with dance, traditional music mingled with Chinese and western elements(ode to joy played at the end), political hints could not be denied. foods of the restaurant are relatively simple. not recommended.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Unpachara wrote a review Sep 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
The reason we come here because of our Tuk Tuk driver. But when he took us here he said he never have never took any guest here. Don’t go there ever. Every food look depressing. The place looks old and worn down.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Nhoung.SDC wrote a review Jul 2019
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Small advice about siem reap, but even though it's the iconic place of apsaras who are all over the local temple, you are better off to book nice places at phnom penh for a good show. It was a very insulting show by the simple fact that the producers thought it was a good idea to make the statue of bayon talking. Yes, the same ones who supposedly represent Javayaman. I suppose we should enjoy representations of Wu zetian who dances disco and great wall of china with motocross. ( actually japanese people made a child version of wu zetian with purple hair in fgo. ) Anyway most of the show was uninteresting and was really out of place. 80% of the show was only flashing lights and shouts. The only peaceful ( and worthy ) moments were about the classical dances. My favourite one was the apsaras because i'm such a fanboy of them. But it only lasted 4 minutes ! I think that if the show was so superficial and soul less, it was because it catered to the part of chinese audience who only care stupid blockbusters. And they are right, there are only Chinese people ! By this time, they would be advised to only have chinese indications because only their tourists can really enjoy this show
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Merl R wrote a review May 2019
St. Pete Beach, Florida36 contributions29 helpful votes
This is an elaborate production of national/folk dance. Very lively and well done. a little outside of the town centre but easily reached by tuk tuk. There is another show like this in time apparently build by and for the Chinese. Both are good
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Date of experience: April 2019
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LPGH wrote a review Apr 2019
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom298 contributions63 helpful votes
Our tuk tut driver mentioned this show to us we were glad he did we really enjoyed it before the show your ticked price includes dinner and there was plenty of food to choose from show started at 7 30 we were in the B seating area but it wasn't full
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Date of experience: March 2019
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