The Bungalow

# 144, Gr. 4, Kamakor village, Battambang, 053, Cambodia | B&B
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This B&B, located on # 144, Gr. 4, Kamakor village, Battambang, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Battambang

Masterchef Cambodian style

A travel blog entry by nikki.yates86 on Jun 11, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... and then continue. It was great, who needs health and safety! Was great chatting to the kids practicing their english they are so good at it! Of course all after money, but still very cute and friendly. We love the cambodian people. We finished the day with a visit to a mountain and saw literall 50000 bats leave a cave at sunset. A nice day out but the tuk tuk was grumpy as he tried to charge us extra after agreeing on a price yesterday, and we refused, ...

Riding the Bamboo Train

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on May 30, 2014

22 photos

... woman who sold us a drink and another man working the trains both told us to tip our train driver as well. All in all, the experience cost us more than the $10 for the ride, but we still had fun and enjoyed the train ride itself.

After the train ride, Tra Tra took us on a shortcut through one of the many temples that Battambang is known for and we had a pleasant surprise here. Right at the moment we drove through the back of the temple, we saw a celebration going on. Tra Tra ...

Travel Battambang - Phnom Penh - Sihanoukville

A travel blog entry by tonymm on May 17, 2014

68 photos

... back of motor cycles, etc. We passed many Buddhist temples. I soon learned it was best not to look through the front windscreen of the minivan. It resembled a computer video game, where cars were over taking trucks and then would head straight into an oncoming bus. In the video game you would crash, then get another life and you would play again, but what happens here? Vehicles swerved and would run off the side of the road, then would veer back onto ...

Fishing Village, Banan Temple, Circus Performance

A travel blog entry by tonymm on May 15, 2014

114 photos

... vineyard making "proper" wine. Saw the various vines. The grapes looked like they were suffering from the heat. They make grape juice and ginger juice as well. I tried the red wine, the less said the better. All I can say, I don't know how they get the cats to stand on the bottles to **** in them. We then headed back to the hotel, there are a couple of shots of the Khemara 1 hotel. That night I went to see a circus performance put on by the Visual Arts School. This is ...

Rice Paper, Crocodile, Fish paste fact, Rice wine

A travel blog entry by tonymm on May 14, 2014

185 photos

... were taking shade by the temple. Next we visited the crocodile farm. They farm crocodile for their meat and their skins. The Japanese are the main buyers of the crocodile. Interesting, I was talking to the lady who works at the crocodile farm and she gets paid $20 US dollars a month wages. The level of poverty and low wages in Cambodia are a real eye opener. I thought this was a really cool idea, pardon the pun. This bar froze an inch of water at the base of ...