Please help us keep these listings current and correct. Funkiness, the fantastical and the sublime all co-exist in this friendly, safe and easy-going tropical holiday destination. You'll be doing yourself a disservice if you just fly in and out for an exhausting 2-day temple tour.
On the way, you'll experience the best of Bangkok! Transfer to your hotel in Bangkok's Silom District, near gay nightlife. Take a disco nap, then enjoy a dinner cruise on the Chao Phraya river with illuminated palaces and temples.
IT was 10 p. Pairs of European men in their 30s and 40s wearing unbuttoned collared shirts and checkered krama scarves sipped fruity cocktails and jostled for space with the young Khmer crowd, who huddled around small tables in anticipation of the main event: the Saturday night drag show. Homosexual acts are not outlawed in Cambodia, as they are in a few Southeast Asian countries, but outward displays of affection and untraditional lifestyles are rare.
We had a very interesting and enjoyable tour of Angkor with Nol Naro. He was very knowlegable about I would like to recommend a very competent guide Mr. Nol Naro who speaks very good English, easy to understand.
Bustling Phnom Penh is home to the spectacular Royal Palace. The quiet countryside is peppered with rice fields. And the ancient city of Angkor is both mighty, and a mighty fave of most Out Adventurers.
This itinerary is very much a tale of two cities. Check into your hotel and relax after your flight. Spend the day exploring Hong Kong at your own pace.
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But, if like us you are limited with time, we've put together a 2-day itinerary, enough for you to get a good taste of Angkor Wat and the fun city of Siem Reap. These are some of the best LGBTQ friendly hotels in Siem Reap where we felt welcome as a gay couple and had no issue about getting a double bed:. Cambodia generally is a very gay friendly country to visit. Siem Reap, in particular, is extremely touristy and international, largely because of the temple tourism that Angkor Wat attracts.
We had a very interesting and enjoyable tour of Angkor with Nol Naro. He was very knowlegable about I have been engaging Nol for my visit to Cambodia for the past 10 years.
Siem Reap is the beating touristic heart of Cambodia, where almost all visitors come to marvel at the world famous Angkor Wat temples. That's when everyone is out in the streets partying, throwing water and talcum powder on each other and generally having an awesome time. Whilst we were left spellbound by these impressive UNESCO monuments, after the 3rd day we were templed out and just wanted to chill out and party a bit.