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nearest resort to mayan ruins please,thanks - also phone phen cambodia

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Found 25th Jun 2014
can you please give me some advice what is the nearest resort to mayan ruins ,also what is the best area to stay in ,when you go to phnom phen cambodia as there is so many districs thanks

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Siem Reap for Angkor Wat amazing place stayed at the raffles hotel highly recommend it
Edited by: "mattmerch" 25th Jun 2014

hmmmm without wanting to be rude.... ikaw pilipina (only asking because your English, your questions and their context just give me the impression)

When you state Mayan ruins - I assume you are talking about Mexican Mayan which the most popular and nearest resort would be Cancun anything more than the "most popular and nearest resort" would turn the average holiday into private jet/jungle safari price bracket. Chichen Itza is a (long) day trip, previously you were allowed to walk up to the top of one of the temples - maybe now for conservation reasons it's stopped but I cannot confirm you need to talk to a travel agent or research deeper.

Never been to Cambodia but currently there are troubles between an oppressed population and it's government - not a place I would consider at this time yet other sources don't comment on the inner troubles.

Tulum is lovely and is ideally placed if you want to visit the Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza, Coba and Tulum. it also has a lovely beach

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we did angkor watt last year,i want phnom phen,but not sure what distric near river ,i wondered what district is best,when we went we met somebody with a swfc shirt on couldnt stop laughing as we are from sheffield to,

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philphil61

hmmmm without wanting to be rude.... ikaw pilipina (only asking because … hmmmm without wanting to be rude.... ikaw pilipina (only asking because your English, your questions and their context just give me the impression)When you state Mayan ruins - I assume you are talking about Mexican Mayan which the most popular and nearest resort would be Cancun anything more than the "most popular and nearest resort" would turn the average holiday into private jet/jungle safari price bracket. Chichen Itza is a (long) day trip, previously you were allowed to walk up to the top of one of the temples - maybe now for conservation reasons it's stopped but I cannot confirm you need to talk to a travel agent or research deeper.Never been to Cambodia but currently there are troubles between an oppressed population and it's government - not a place I would consider at this time yet other sources don't comment on the inner troubles.


no your not being rude,i have a disability,and cannot take things in or put things out,its a bit hard as people think um stupid as i cant do a simple thing as writing in a context,use spell check but doesn't really help
philphil61

hmmmm without wanting to be rude.... ikaw pilipina (only asking because … hmmmm without wanting to be rude.... ikaw pilipina (only asking because your English, your questions and their context just give me the impression)When you state Mayan ruins - I assume you are talking about Mexican Mayan which the most popular and nearest resort would be Cancun anything more than the "most popular and nearest resort" would turn the average holiday into private jet/jungle safari price bracket. Chichen Itza is a (long) day trip, previously you were allowed to walk up to the top of one of the temples - maybe now for conservation reasons it's stopped but I cannot confirm you need to talk to a travel agent or research deeper.Never been to Cambodia but currently there are troubles between an oppressed population and it's government - not a place I would consider at this time yet other sources don't comment on the inner troubles.

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