Siem Reap evolves into haven of rest, relaxation

12/26/2008 | International Herald Tribune

In Cambodia, the temples of Angkor have a definite allure, but the country's run-down infrastructure, polluted air and scorching sun can weigh on even the most seasoned travelers. Luckily for visitors, Siem Reap has become a place to get a little R&R after a long day visiting Angkor. International chefs have boosted the standards for cuisine, bartenders provide sophisticated cocktails and the gallery scene provides a home for contemporary art.

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