Aqua Boutique Guesthouse
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Aqua Boutique Guesthouse
TripAdvisor Reviews Aqua Boutique Guesthouse Phnom Penh
Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... to the riverside, we stopped for a while to watch the boats go by and the fishermen reeling in their lines. On the way to daughters cafe, we bumped into Simon and Olivia, whom we first met in Laos. It was great to get to know them better and we're looking forward to seeing them again tomorrow. On the way back to the hotel, Ben had concocted a plan to stock up on provisions for breakfast for the next few days at the supermarket. The plan fell on its ...
... guide, Sita, would not be taking us on to Vietnam in the morning; in fact we would be going alone. The very pleasant meal was made even more pleasant by a bottle of wine. An expense we had been holding back on up to now but at the time it was worth every dollar. In addition to the meal some cultural dancing was thrown in with very precise hand and feet movements. I am afraid the photos are on my phone and I have no way of getting them off at ...
... in fact I've never gone to a cultural site and been more moved or affected by it than the killing field! Before I get into it, the journey began with some lighthearted affairs. Our tuk-tuk broke down, we had to stop and find someone to weld it back together, our carriage literally broke the connection to the motorbike. Having found a welder and got the bike fixed we set off for the Choeung Ek Genocidal Centre; more commonly referred to as the killing fields. This particular ...
On day two of our community service project we all felt more relaxed then the first day. We split in to three different groups and went into different classes then the 1st day. The class I was in had Jacinta, Cole and I. We introduced ourselves by writing our names on the board. We played two games the first one was word run and the second one was skip the number all the students enjoyed the 2 ...
... in Cambodia's history. From Phnom Penh we decided to follow the dutchies to the beach around the coast of Sihanoukville where we have spent around 5 days doing not a lot at all except swimming, playing pool and cards and sitting out on the beach drinking cocktails until late - not a bad way to end our trip to Cambodia. Oh and in other news I have a bad case of conjunctivitis in my left eye and resemble Sloth from the Goonies! Next stop Ho Chi Minh in ...