The bar is an old wooden house with hammocks, sofas and rice bags for seatings. It was nice and cocktails are okay. Its a nice cute place to go if you are not a big fan of the pub street scene.
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This place is a MUST!! Cute wooden house on a side street. So close to all the hype but close enough that you feel hidden. We came across Asana from looking online and we were blown away. The staff are extremely nice and funny too....More
4 of us took the cocktail making class with Phary last night. Fantastic value for money and very informative. Cocktails were delicious, a must do when in Siem Reap, you won't be disappointed.
We did the 2 hour Khmer cocktail making class...excellent fun. Great 'teacher' and lots of fun cocktails were made and consumed.
This was a recommendie from a blog and we loved it for pre dinner drinks. We were shown to a bed hammock which was definitely a novelty ! It had such a friendly atmosphere and it wasn't long before we were talking to another person...More
We had some drinks and fresh springs and all was good. Joked around with the staff and a lady taking cocktail class, lite fun happy place. Because it's off the street a bit it quieter than some places on the street (i.e. you can hear...More
Tucked away in a small alley, Asana has nice outdoor seating and indoors, upstairs in a wooden Khmer house! Cool! But I found their staff ill-informed of their menu and also disappointed to learn they don't serve draft beer (at least according to the confused...More
If you are looking for a cool place to have some food and cocktails outwith the mad busy night market streets, this place is about your perfect find. It is cozy, intimate, comfortable and tucked away in a little enclosure that makes it no so...More
Hidden away down an alley (street 7) Asana is the awesome looking bar on stilts. Swinging beds underneath and beanbags upstairs it's a really cool relaxed environment with very friendly staff. Cocktails are also really good! Definitely recommend!
An old traditional Khmer wooden house converted into a bar, such a great idea. It's the most relaxing atmosphere and unique design with the reused of old rice bags as pillow, they also have swinging beds and hammocks. On the other hand, the music is...More