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Siem Reap Airways International to launch flights between Hong Kong and Siem Reap

Travel News Asia 27 October 2005

Siem Reap Airways International is to launch a non-stop flight service from Hong Kong to Siem Reap, Cambodia on October 28th, 2005. The Hong Kong-Siem Reap route will be operated by the fleets latest 162-seat Airbus A320 aircraft, which promises travel time of approximately two hours and thirty minutes per sector.

Flights depart Hong Kong for Siem Reap on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday's at 17:15 with an arrival time of 18:45. The return leg from Siem Reap to Hong Kong, via Phnom Penh, departs the same days at 10:00 arriving in Hong Kong at 15:50.

Siem Reap, the pride and soul of Cambodia, is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Angkor Wat. Also regarded as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it has attracted cultural revelers from all over the world to marvel at its ancient temples, monuments, and shrine. Angkor Wat, built in the first half of the 12th century (1112 AD), took approximately 30 years to complete its construction. The 213 metres high sandstone temple is beautifully covered with relief carving of Hindu gods, mythological creatures, and the famous Khmer dancers, Apsara. There are also other equally impressive temples to visit such as Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, and Bantay Srei.

To celebrate this new service, Siem Reap Airways is introducing a promotional fare of US$ 250 for a round-trip ticket between Hong Kong and Siem Reap, valid from October 28th to December 31st, 2005.

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