Banlung Balcony Guesthouse & Restaurant

Address: 6th Village, Banlung, Ratanakiri Province, 855, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6th Village, Banlung.
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  • Restaurant
  • Bar/lounge


  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking

TravelPod Member ReviewsBanlung Balcony Guesthouse & Restaurant

Reviewed by mrpat

Great place to stay

Reviewed Dec 5, 2015
by (11 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Smiley is a fantastic guest house owner - nothing is too much trouble. Nice bar for an evening drink too.

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Reviewed by 2totango

Best Stay in Cambodia

Reviewed Nov 24, 2012
by (26 reviews) varies... , Canada Flag of Canada

We've spent 3 weeks traveling through Cambodia and this is the best place we've stayed. A huge old building, you feel like you're in a mansion. Simple, but ample rooms with ensuite have large beautiful windows (didn't realize how much I'd missed windows!). The restaurant has a wide ranging menu at good prices including some fun Khemer things to try. It's also a really relaxed place to hang out. Friendly staff are always eager to please and help with tour and travel arrangements.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Banlung Balcony Guesthouse & Restaurant

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Banlung

A perfect swimming spot

A travel blog entry by mrpat on Dec 05, 2015

14 photos

Our next major stop in Cambodia is Angkor Wat in the west of the country and we are heading there bit by bit (which I am including as blog entries so our progress can be followed on the map). Our first stage was in Banlung the capital of Ratanakiri province.

We hired bicycles from Smiley, our guest house owner, and cycled to a …

North-East: Crater Lakes, Karaoke and Dolphins

A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller on May 10, 2014

11 photos

... extremely poorly made music videos, normally filmed outside of a temple, and they contain very bad singing and dancing. They also have a lose story surrounding the song, my personal favourite has to be the princess that was stolen by a flying golden man, over and over again. Anyway, the bus drivers have no problem in playing these terrible music concoctions at full volume, it doesn't appear to be a driving distraction. Even your ipod headphones can't ...

Banlung, Cambodia

A travel blog entry by shayles on May 07, 2014

19 photos

... them. the parents were just as interested/curious) despite the videos being in English - anything to break their own boredom too no doubt. they kept talking to me in Cambodian and I would shrug and smile and they would keep talking and laughing. they were as amused at me as I was enjoying just bumming with the locals in their day to day life and distracting them a little from their discomfort. I got carried away and had assumed Id hear the commotion of the tourists leaving for the ...

Next stop, Cambodia - Banlung

A travel blog entry by natandross on Feb 24, 2014

18 photos

... that the lake sounded like a better deal so found ourselves a guesthouse, dropped off our bags and headed straight out to explore the town and find somewhere to eat; having not eaten since breakfast, Ross was starting to fantasise about crunchy nut cornflakes again (the one food item he is really missing from home)!

Walking into town, we could instantly tell we were in a different country - having been in Southern Laos for almost two weeks it felt like being ...

Waterfalls and volcanic lake beauty

A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Feb 18, 2014

6 photos

... thinking of ways to get money the only logical idea is to try and find a posh hotel and hope they have a card machine and will let us have cash back?! Wandering through the dark a miraculous grand hotel and thank goodness the plan works or we'd be stuck at the border or getting deported as our Cambodian visa runs out! So with that load off we go for a lovely Cambodian meal of fish amok, mango salad and spring rolls and start thinking again like we've had a fantastic waterfall filled ...