Siem Reap, Cambodia, February 1, 2022 / TRAVELINDEX / As Cambodia reopens, quarantine-free, to fully vaccinated international tourists, FCC Angkor by Avani,, a heritage hotel situated in the heart of the old French Quarter in Siem Reap, welcomes holidaymakers back with a three-night reopening package. The package features a combination of a stay with stories to tell, guided tours of Angkor’s heritage sites and gourmet dining.
Often described as an urban jungle thanks to its mix of heritage design, contemporary features and lush tropical nature, FCC Angkor by Avani offers a serene place to retreat to after a day exploring ancient ruins, shopping for handicrafts and meeting local makers and artists. In addition to providing accommodation for two, the Reopening Package includes a full-day tuk-tuk tour of the temples of Angkor, a blessing ritual with Buddhist monks and a choice of lunch or dinner for two at the resort.
On property, guests can cool down in a shaded swimming pool dine on authentic Khmer, Asian and fusion cuisines overlooking the herbal garden at The Mansion. Or travellers can meet fellow storytellers at Scribe Bar, a popular social spot known for serving highly imaginative beverages in a tropical setting. Visaya Spa provides a serene escape with aromatic treatments based on therapeutic ancient Khmer traditions.
The package starts from USD 129++ per night and includes:
– A minimum of three-night accommodation at FCC Angkor by Avani with breakfast and airport transfers for two;
– One full-day Angkor temple tour including tuk-tuk transportation;
– Monk blessing ceremony;
– Choice of lunch or dinner for two at The Mansion;
– One 60-minute spa treatment for two persons at Visaya Spa.
Travellers to Cambodia are required to present proof they have been fully vaccinated, travel insurance and a pre-booked hotel confirmation at FCC Angkor by Avani. For more information about travelling to Cambodia, please visit this link.
About FCC Angkor by Avani
One of the most illustrious hotels in Siem Reap, FCC Angkor by Avani, is located in the heart of the former French colonial quarter. The original riverside mansion has been renovated in neo-colonial style, with contemporary local touches including artisanal textiles and apsara sculptures. Eighty rooms and suites look out onto a central courtyard, where centuries-old banyan trees shade a saltwater swimming pool. Sourcing all the ingredients locally, the Mansion restaurant serves French cuisine and tapas, while Visaya Spa draws on Khmer wellness traditions to offer a full range of rejuvenating massages, body treatments and facials. Archaeological treasures of Angkor are 15 minutes away by car and Siem Reap International Airport is just a short 20-minute drive from the resort.
First published at TravelCommunication.net