The Bungalow

# 144, Gr. 4, Kamakor village, Battambang, 053, Cambodia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Battambang

Riding the Bamboo Train

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn

22

... a short tour and some explanations about the masonry and bricks being made and coloured in their village. At the end, they insisted we buy sting bracelets, the kind I used to make at camp. We didn't want to, but felt bad abut not buying any so we decided we would buy one. It was obvious the four girls have experienced this many times, as they quickly started to play "rock, paper, scissors" to resolve who we would buy from. It turned out to be the little girl who gave me the ring. After ...

Rice Paper, Crocodile, Fish paste fact, Rice wine

A travel blog entry by tonymm

185

... I noticed as we came out of the banana house a group of very rotund Australians taking a push bike tour around the Cambodian. Cambodia is cashing in on the eco-tourism bit. Again most houses built on stilts. You will see a number of shots where the creek is quite low.We then visited another house where they were making rice wine. This was achieved using a home made still. The rice is fermented with yeast & herbs and then cooked off to produce a ...

Boat from Siem Reap to Battambang

A travel blog entry by tonymm

70

... at places to being only a couple of meters across. Plus I was told the water level in the river was quite low at this time of year, you can see by the water level against the river bank. Locals also run PVC pipes into the river to pump water out for irrigation and also for drinking. They have found a good use for all those empty water bottle, they use them as floats on their nets. We arrived at Battambang mid afternoon. I had emailed the hotel and they said ...

3 days in the sticks

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk

5

... restaurant scene on the east bank. Similarly the town itself is home to multiple French colonial era (early 20th century) buildings, although these are really in dire need of slightly better upkeep. Of the sights in the town itself, the sculptures at the Battembang museum can be circumnavigated in twenty minutes. The town is home to two eye catching and above average Wats, namely Damrey Sar and Kandal that boast some interesting statues, particularly one ...

Battambang - Markets, Bamboo and Cooking School

A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller

7

... swiftly moved on. Back at the kitchen Graeme and I were very happy to hear that out of the 10 recipes on offer we would be cooking our 3 favourite Khmer dishes: Fish Amok (lemongrass and coconut freshwater fish steamed in a banana leaf parcel), fried pork spring rolls and Beef LokLak (beef fried in oyster sauce, tomato sauce, soy sauce and served with a Kampot pepper dipping sauce). We had tried all of these dishes so far on our travels through Cambodia and were so excited ...

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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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