About Nico W
Lives in Siem Reap Province, Cambodia
Since Nov 2014
18-24 year old male
My name is Nico and I am the sales manager for an Asian based company called 'See Asia Differently'. I am originally from the UK however for the last year I have been based in Siem Reap and now specialise in bespoke tours of Cambodia as well as Vietnam, Laos, Burma, Indonesia and Borneo. Due to my position out here in Siem Reap, I am delighted to be able to offer my expertise towards helping people to craft a holiday that is tailored perfectly to their needs. I have written guides to help you on your journey to Siem Reap. - 3 Days In Siem Reap - Museum Guide For Siem Reap - Romantic Guide To Siem Reap.
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Sacred & Religious Sites, Mountains, Waterfalls
Bodia Spa is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate after a full day at the temples or activity. You have a variety of treatments to choose from and you'll feel zen the moment you walk through their doors. Take the time to treat yourself to a peaceful hour or two of bliss.
Take a 20-minute bicycle ride out of the Siem Reap city and enjoy sunset among the rice paddies on the hammocks by Tonle Sap Lake during the rainy season between May to October. The open green landscape blends beautifully with the water and you can see far into the fields and water.
If you have a full day, get away from the busy city and take trip to Phnom Kulen to enjoy one of the province's most beautiful areas, waterfalls, Big Buddha and thousand lingas along the river. The area is tranquil and you can make a romantic picnic in this beautiful environment.
This is the perfect restaurant to enjoy a tranquil environment while indulging in top-quality food made with French-style cooking. Enjoy a glass of wine, a main course and save room for dessert that is beautifully presented to end your meal.
If you have your temple day pass and got through the temples by mid-day, come back after 5:00 pm. and enjoy a sunset picnic right in front of the main temple. Enjoy a local meal right by the temple water and chill out to watch the sun go down behind the Angkor Wat temple.
Come here to enjoy a meal by one of the most scenic views in the city by the Siem Reap River. Sit outside while you enjoy your buffet meal, a cocktail and traditional Apsara dance show while being served by very knowledgeable and friendly staff.