This was part of our tour, and we had low expectations. The seating was low and uncomfortable, though we were located right by the stage which was good. We arrived a bit late so our meal was rushed, the food was edible but not great. At the end of the evening we had to have a long conversation about the bill, but we paid what we expected in the end.
The dancing was exquisite, and the programme notes very useful in figuring out what was happening. Later in our trip we learned more about how dance has come back in Cambodia after Pol Pot, and that knowledge made the dance even more impressive in retrospect. It was privilege to see the Ramayana danced by such dedicated performers, which more than made up for the poor meal.
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