SIEM REAP

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SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA

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Go on a private tour to fully experience the best of Siem Reap. For this use the services of a Holiday Houseboy, your private gay friendly tour guide. He will look after your safety and welfare at all times. Whether you just want to understand the history of the city or just go out in the evening, he will be an invaluable source of information to you. It is a fun way to explore the city.

Naga

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Naga is the youngest of 7 siblings, born in rural Cambodia. Siem Reap province. With the death of his father in 2001, he had to take over his father’s duties growing rice. This at a young after attending school. To advance his education, and in particular to learn English which was his passion, he had to ride 20 kms per day by bicycle for 3 years. His first real job was to look after mental children in the morning and then in the afternoon he was a  volunteer teaching English in an NGO school. Working with many foreigners, he was delighted to practice out his English on them. His dedication to improve resulted in passing the exam to be a teacher of English in public school. Furthermore in 2012, he completed his tour guide training. An official qualification awarded by the Ministry of Tourism in Siem Reap. Since then he has worked in collaboration with travel agents and hotels offering his tour guide services. Book Naga as your tour guide in Siem Reap. His friendly smile, passion for learning and interest in others make him an excellent choice.

Naga is a non smoker and speaks English and Khmer.

Total cost for the guide services of Naga for one day (8 hours) = a non refundable deposit of USD 45 by paypal or major credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) PLUS USD 50 in cash to Naga after his services. Total 95 USD dollars.

Alternatively for the guide services of Naga for half a day (4 hours) = a non refundable deposit of USD 25 by paypal or major credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) PLUS USD 30 in cash to Naga after his services. Total 55 US dollars.

This does not include transport, entrance fees or any food & beverage costs.

Testimonials:

Naga is a friendly, cheerful and helpful guide and he speaks English well. He communicated with me once I engaged Holiday Houseboys and had a detailed itinerary prepared for 2 days visiting the temples including Angkor Wat. He was extremely knowledgeable about the history behind Angkor Wat and the other temple complexes and he made it so interesting with anecdotes. And at the end of a tiring day visiting Angkor Wat, he recommended a spa with good masseur to help with relaxation. I added an additional day of touring and he brought me to a lotus farm with an adjacent picturesque rice fields that really made my holiday so delightful. He clearly understood what I prefer to visit and made it such a personalised experience. As he is an avid photographer, he took photos throughout the trip and sent me a beautiful collection of pictures when I returned home with no additional charges. I strongly recommend Naga as the perfect tour guide for Siem Reap.” – Hikaru, Singapore


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Remember a Holiday Houseboy is your gay friendly tour guide who looks after your safety and welfare at all times.

Please note these are guide services and not sexual services.

 

Our other destinations in Cambodia are Angkor Wat and Phnom Penh.

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Highlights of Siem Reap



Siem Reap is the gateway to the famous Angkor Wat

Whilst the capital of Cambodia is Phnom Penh, it is Siem Reap that is the more popular. This is due to the famous Angkor Wat temple, some 6.5 kms from Siem Reap. This complex of ornate temples were the seat of the Khmer Kingdom from the 9th to 15th century. During medieval times it was the largest city in the world. Since then the jungle has encroached the surrounding wooden houses, leaving behind only the majestic stone temples. Check out the huge south gate at Angkor Thom. So great is its importance, the Angkor Wat temple is included in the Cambodian national flag. Well preserved they are obviously a must see when visiting the area.

Note that Angkor Wat is the largest religious building in the world today. It is only a small part of the Angkor Archeological site.

Another stunning temple complex is Ta Prohm off National Road 6. Look out for the intricate carving. All this amidst the invading jungle with its huge tree roots and vines. This area  was made famous through the film “Tomb Raider” starring Angelina Jolie.

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Other structures include Banteay Srei dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, and Preah Khan. The latter is described as a work in progress. You see the invasion of the trees whilst the temples are being restored.

Pol Pot was a revolutionary nationalist who became Prime Minister from 1976 to 1979. In charge of the Khmer Rouge with Marxist-Leninist views, atrocities occurred in Cambodia depicted vividly in the film “Killing Fields”. To get an understanding of this bleak period in Cambodian history, visit the War Museum Cambodia. With a veteran as your guide, the exhibits are secondary to the guide’s testimony of what happened during this period.

The Cambodia Landmine Museum has an interesting tale. Founded by an ex-soldier Aki Ra, he made it his mission to free landmines wherever possible. But he did more than that. Those who were orphaned or maimed, he brought them back home where he and his wife catered for them. Not only giving them food and shelter, but also aimed to find them work and useful employment in the future. These otherwise abandoned children had found hope in the arms of Aki Ra. The museum is about his incredible touching story.

Other museums of note in the area include the Angkor National Museum, the ArtBox and Theam’s House Gallery Siem Reap. For true Cambodian craft, see the Angkor Artwork E&T Stocker.

There are a multitude of activities you can do in Siem Reap. The Escape Break comes highly recommended. Others include village cooking, street food tours, a sunset dinner cruise, a visit to the Phnom Kulen National Park, a floating village or have a day relaxing at a spa. In addition there are many walking and biking tours to enjoy.

To fully enjoy your stay in Siem Reap, there is nothing like going with a Holiday Houseboy, a gay friendly tour guide. He will look after your safety and welfare at all times. His local knowledge will make your trip extra special.

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