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CAMBODIA CALLING: The Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa's light refurbishment, costing around US$400,000, is slated to be completed by the end of June.
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CAMBODIA CALLING: Ta Prohm in Siem Reap.
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CAMBODIA CALLING: Some sights, colours and people at Psa Ler Market.
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CAMBODIA CALLING: Some sights, colours and people at Psa Ler Market.
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CAMBODIA CALLING: The resort's pool.

Storied retreat

Despite a tougher market, Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa in Siem Reap remains optimistic.
Jun 4, 2016 5:50 AM

IT IS perhaps a little trite to say that were it not for the Angkor temples, the Cambodian town of Siem Reap would probably not exist. Barely a decade or so ago, this was a sleepy, dusty, one-street satellite town on the edge of the megalithic, 164-hectare complex of Buddhist and Hindu temples