Khmer Village Otres Beach

N0 6 District Sangkat 4, Khan Meta Pheap, Otres Beach , Sihanoukville, 855, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on N0 6 District Sangkat 4, Khan Meta Pheap, Otres Beach , Sihanoukville.
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A travel blog entry by homa_fountain on Jul 12, 2014

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... meant we would only have a couple of hours at the island however we still went ahead. Just as we pulled away from the port the fast boat turned up, working perfectly well which swiftly over took us. This was slightly annoying however we were kept entertained by 3 very hungover British boys sat next to us and before we knew it we had arrived in Koh Rong.
It was was as we had imagined Sihnoukville to be. As we left the pier there were ...

The Killing Fields

A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 01, 2014

... during the Khmer Rouge and the millions of innocent life's that were taken for no reason other than jealousy and hatred. After this visit we all decided we needed some time out and found a gorgeous cafe about ten minutes away, where we just relaxed our minds and had a gorgeous lunch. The cafe had the best milkshakes and home made cakes and the money is used in aid of a charity which aims to improve the economic situation for women in Cambodia. We also bought ...

Lazy days

A travel blog entry by judy.tagell on May 25, 2014

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So this is a very boring blog entry as I really haven't done much at all! Sihanouk Ville is a bech town so we just pottered on the beach, ate some BBQ seafood and went by the pool. I also had an amazing Cambodian curry in a coconut, which I highly recommend. There are some island hopping trips you can do here which are supposed to be really good! You can also do lots of day ...

South Coast - Kampot Pepper, Kep and Serendipity

A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller on May 06, 2014

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... of the grand place this used to be. The main sights are the burnt out shells of villas that were destroyed by the Khmer Rouge. I really appreciated the fact they still lined the main street as it is a symbol of the past that was once very glamorous and of the past that was the polar opposite. I just hope these remain for a long time to come and don't get transformed into some Hilton 5 star resort and spa. Kep is in the province of ...

15th April - Koh Rong

A travel blog entry by omclintock on Apr 15, 2014

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... of the obstacles whilst carrying 2L of water, some flip flops and a camera that was getting scratched. After getting to the beach we set up stool and chilled to the max. I was even chilled despite not having a towel to sit on. The obvious burning stage started to happen as the weather was scorching so I was sensible in the sun for once and took a long rest to read in the shade, still admiring the beautiful beach and jungle surroundings. Trekking through ...

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