Wednesday 10 february 2010
Welcome to Siem Reap Angkor of Cambodia !
Hi ! my name is Samon was in the Siem Reap Province Angkor Wat
temple,Cambodia. I worked as motortrailer around Angkor wat temple. I have known and
went every places in Siem Reap by my Tuk-Tuk with some customers. I worked in motortrailer (Tuk-Tuk driver) from the half of 2005 till now.
In this site you can read about hiring me to be your tuk-tuk driver when you visit Angkor Wat. You
can see what other guests have had to say about their Cambodia experiences and you can see some of my pictures if you are wondering what things look like. There also are some links that I
found when I working in Tuk-Tuk from my own experiences. And you will find some stories
from me in Siem Reap. I mad this site perhaps it can give me some
support in my drive and dedication to create a better future for my family.
A Personal Note
All of the tourist went here to see the wonders of the Angkor Wat temple complexes. And they are
truly magnificent to experience. But what really moved them was contact with the Cambodians they met here. I hope you decide to come, and regardless of who ends up being your driver, I
hope that Cambodia and the people you meet here will touch your heart as much as they did mine.
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Sunday 6 december 2009
Welcome to Angkor Touristic Remork!
Cambodian Touristic Remork
The Prefered Method of Transport In Siem Reap & Angkor Wat
“What is a Touristic Remork?” it is a Khmer name four-wheeled have motorized is named after they always
see that it use for tourists and transport. Some of them called tuk-tuk but it is thai calling after putt-putting sound of their little engines. Difference from tuk-tuk have four-wheeled and
tuk-tuk just only three-wheeled.
Siem Reap is not immune to the omnipotence of the touristic remork; there are many of them tearing around town madly
delivering tourists from one place to another.
What You Need To Know About Touristic Remork
Touristic Remork tend to be a popular choice for tourists who are often quite taken with their cuteness and novelty factor.
But before you go jumping in one of them there are a few things you should know.
Touristic Remork do not have meters. The price of the journey must be decided before you get on board.
Be warned, the initial price they offer is likely to be well over what it should be. Before you go anywhere near a touristic
remork it is a great idea is to ask locals such as hotel or restaurant staff for the rough prices of the journeys you plan to make.
Build in a cushion amount for the amplified price that is generally charged to tourists and you will have an idea of what you
should reasonably pay.
Some touristic remork drivers handle the road like on crack. Asian traffic tends to be a little more relaxed
about road rules than what most westerners are used to. You will get somewhat accustomed to their driving style after a few harrowing journeys.
A touristic remork is a great way to see Siem Reap and tour the temples of the Angkor Wat complex. Another common way
for tourists to get about Siem Reap is by hiring motor cycle drivers, but a touristic remork affords you protection from the searing heat of the sun while providing a breeze at the same time and
with the flaps down you are protected from the rain.
Remembering the reason that they are called touristic remorks, you can probably imagine that the vehicles are not capable of
achieving great speeds. This means that you can easily catch a good view of the scenery as you zip along.
So in short...
There are plenty of touristic remork drivers around Siem Reap that are happy to negotiate a good price for a whole day or a
few days of touring.
Many of the touristic drivers can speak at least a few words of English and there are others that speak very good English and
can act as competent tour guides.
Touristic remorks are a convenient way to see Siem Reap and no trip to Southeast Asia would be complete without a touristic
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