Place I Stayed in Siem Reap


Jasmine Guest House in Siem Reap was one of my favorite 20160226_085321hostels of this trip.  It had everything a good hostel should have – clean rooms, good wifi, a great free breakfast, a pool,  outstanding staff, and my room was cleaned every day – who could ask for anything more?  Siem Reap was clean, and nice big sidewalks made exploring so pleasant.  Everyone comes to see Ankor Wat and Jasmine House arranged a reasonably priced tuktuk  driver/guide for me for a day.  He spoke good English, and was very adept at avoiding the biggest crowds.  This was a large hostel and it was fun to hang out at the pool or common area and meet other travelers.   There is an excellent cafe and make sure you try Amok.  It is one of the national dishes of Cambodia, and here they serve it in a coconut.

Jasmine Guest House

National Road #6, 307 Taphul Village

Svay Dongkum Commune, Siem Reap



3 thoughts on “Place I Stayed in Siem Reap

  1. Sonja says:

    Oh wow, what a coincidence. We stayed there as well. It was a homeschooling project for our two kids. They needed to research, find and book a accommodation within our set budget, amenities and proximity to sites and transportation. This was their choice and it was fantastic! Not only that, they became fast friends with the owners daughter who then introduced them to her cousins and within a day they were all helping to sell the wares the cousins had on the street corner.

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