Guide in Cambodia

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My sisters and I traveled to Siem Reap, Cambodia, independently in February ’05 and used Bun Pao Smith (e-mail bunpaosmith@yahoo.com) as a guide and driver.

He charged $25 a day for van transportation around Siem Reap and Angkor Wat. (We paid a little more to go to Beng Melea, which is a couple of hours away.) It was very nice to travel in his air-conditioned van, which was stocked with cold towels and bottled water.

Bun Pao took us wherever we wanted and also suggested interesting out-of-the-way temples and sites which we might have missed. He made dinner theater arrangements for us and said he can also set up hotels, provide transport to and from the airport, arrange for the boat to Phnom Penh, etc. Our family has used him twice now and find him very reliable.

We booked our air transport from Bangkok on Bangkok Airways via the Internet.

DORIS NEILSON
Avoca, MI

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My sisters and I traveled to Siem Reap, Cambodia, independently in February ’05 and used Bun Pao Smith (e-mail bunpaosmith@yahoo.com) as a guide and driver.

He charged $25 a day for van transportation around Siem Reap and Angkor Wat. (We paid a little more to go to Beng Melea, which is a couple of hours away.) It was very nice to travel in his air-conditioned van, which was stocked with cold towels and bottled water.

Bun Pao took us wherever we wanted and also suggested interesting out-of-the-way temples and sites which we might have missed. He made dinner theater arrangements for us and said he can also set up hotels, provide transport to and from the airport, arrange for the boat to Phnom Penh, etc. Our family has used him twice now and find him very reliable.

We booked our air transport from Bangkok on Bangkok Airways via the Internet.

DORIS NEILSON
Avoca, MI