Chan Sovannkiri Guesthouse

Sangkat 4, Khan Mittapheap, Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by devinblackie


... seemed very odd and for how big the resort was there were close to no people giving it a very eerie ghost town type feel which I didn't like. The waterfall we were also taken to see was also a big let down as it was dry season and just a bit dribbly. Buuuut as you will see in the photos the views were incredible and the view from the top is supposedly ranked 9th best bay view in the world an hour from the end we ended up being engulfed in a big cloud too which was pretty ...

Ep. 12 Sihanoukville

A travel blog entry by itsthejourney


... there are five or six islands reachable by boat. There are hundreds of bars, restaurants, bungalows and hippy joints lining the beach. Low season means the place is very quiet and has a chilled vibe.

Aside from sitting on roasting in the sun, we decide to give sailing a catamaran a try. After a 10min briefing from the British lord who owns the sailing business, we hit ...

Sihanoukville & paradise on Koh Rong

A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014


... minutes we found paradise! We have never seen a beach like it. It truly was a picturesque postcard beach. We stayed here for a few hours and then caught the boat back. 2 nights in paradise was plentiful and a nice break away from civilisation but that said we were ready to go back to running water and Air con!! We took the boat back and hung around on the mainland waiting for our overnight bus ride to our next stop Siem Reip! Il let Jon talk about that journey next time! Bye for now ...

Johm riab sua (Hello)

A travel blog entry by edandkate


... river, having seen the storm clouds looming. We went back to our tree house and had a skype session back home with Kathy. We went for dinner at a very nice restaurant in the town, with an added bonus of live music from the restaurant next door. Even the 10 minute power cut didn't stop him! All in all we've enjoyed our time in this sleepy riverside town, and are carrying on our trip to Sihanoukville tomorrow, for some more beach relaxation. Let's hope it stays dry from now ...

Culture shock

A travel blog entry by newsbob


... lane road was the main highway leading inland to the capital city of Phnom Pehn, but it was anything but crowded. There were trucks carrying shipping containers to the port, and some motorcycles, but for the first several miles, our tour buses were on our own.

Half an hour later, we stopped at a Buddhist temple. It was relatively new and filled floor to ...


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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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