The Sanctuary Villa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Sanctuary Villa Battambang
Fantastic hotel in a quiet part of the city near to river and city centre. Beautiful gardens, nice pool and incredibly helpful staff. The room is very modern, comfortable and contemporary decor. The Oh Yeah restaurant is wonderful we had a fantastic 4 course meal there, Khmer cooking at its best. Try the Tom Yum soup such refreshing flavours. We are loving the luxury here so much we are planning to stay here all morning tomorrow, just to soak it all up.
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Travel Blogs from Battambang
... With only a single track, the Norries (which are handmade bamboo carriages) have to be quickly disassembled and removed from the line to allow carriages coming the other way to pass. They fly along at up to 50km/h on the warped, unmaintained tracks and for a fee of $5 you can commandeer one of your own. At the Battambang stop a helpful and informative Tourist Police Officer explained the fee, set us up and waved us off as we hurtled away down the tracks. It reminded me a little ...
... have a gym and sauna which we may give a go, well the sauna anyway! There is a roof top bar and the hotel is the tallest in the area and the view is good. We looked around town and it is a lot more quiet and laid back than Siem Reap as it is off the beaten track for tourists. I needed a haircut and found a hairdressers where most of the guys had bleached hair. All I wanted was it shaved and I was a little concerned I would come out looking like them. I didn't need to ...
... Gilead trained, I think they were in Bethel before that. So many years of full time service and very well disciplined on routine.
We had a week 'off' then we made our way to PP for the special assembly day. The last two-day assembly and it looks like the circuit assemblies will be in BB from now on - so now only require an annual trip to PP for the Regional Convention.
Was nice to be with the brothers in PP, we stayed with Ratha and Louy again which ...
... from a distance as they broke into smaller groups and moved together in what looked like black clouds of smoke floating through the darkening sky. It was absolutely gorgeous to see this!
On our way back to the local night market for dinner, Tra Tra stopped at the most impressive colonial building in Battambang, the governor's office. This building is really pretty, very large, and looks really modern. Tra Tra explained how in the past, people would have to take their hats ...
... arrive at the school and often have to provide decent clothes and shoes if needed. Once they graduate from junior school then they can progress to the international high school. The school is housed in a rented building, it is modest, but has enough room for the time being. They also have a room with donated computers for the kids to use. The kids are dropped back after school. At present the school has 4 teachers. At the school at present they have about 300 ...