The Angkor Wat Campus of the Pneumatherapist School is located in a quiet part of Siem Reap, 100 meters off River Road. A large garden is part of the campus in which we practice meditation and give workshops and classes, always staying in touch with nature which is so essential for our spiritual lessons. It is also a great place to relax, meet new people and socialize. Decorated with beautiful icons and handicraft, our campus offers a great spiritual location, inside as well as outside the school. The peaceful nature setting, away from the busy tourist areas of Siem Reap gives every student the perfect surrounding to grow spiritually and study and learn.
Campus Bodhissatva garden
There is a lot to see and do around our campus, just as for example 200 meters away, neglected and inconspicuously tucked in the back of a Theravada monk-compound lies one of the oldest structures in the world. The foundations of a temple built in 750AD. The campus is also surrounded by local shops, markets and restaurants which make your stay and studies at the Angkor Wat Campus more convenient. 2km away, the town center is easily accessible.
Upon arrival every group of students will be offered a free city and area tour through Siem Reap. We provide all important information about living in this beautiful town, including various activities of which many are free. This way we can assure that our students feel comfortable and well informed for their stay in Siem Reap.
Campus front door view
Studying in small groups for several weeks forms great team spirit and group dynamics, and very often our students form lifelong friendships and continue their travels through Asia together. Therefore, don’t worry about coming alone to our school as you will quickly find friends here.
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The campus is surrounded by affordable guest houses ranging on average in price from $8 to $25 per day. However, depending on your budget there are hostels from $3 up to high end accommodation for up to $300 per night.
One can budget $4-$5 per day for food if you have access to a kitchen, otherwise a budget of $10 for meals and drinks will be enough, also depending on where you have your meals. Restaurant meals vary from $2 for local-style fried rice with chicken, to about $7 for western-style food, and 50 cents for draught beer.
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