Dugout Hotel

Address: # 103, Street 3, Phum 3, Smach Meanchey Commune , Koh Kong, Koh Kong Province, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on # 103, Street 3, Phum 3, Smach Meanchey Commune , Koh Kong.
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      Beautiful boat trips and beaches around Koh Rong

      A travel blog entry by herbentravels on Feb 12, 2015

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      We caught the incredibly hot ferry to Koh Rong island, and were given a safety briefing on arrival. We were warned about the sand flys, the dangers of venturing into the jungle alone, told that there was no medical facilities on the island, and that the electricity shuts off completely at 2am! We had a gorgeous 4 bed beach bungalow at Monkey Island to share with Pippa and Waihar, just a few steps from the beautiful white sand and clear turquoise sea :) We met ...


      A travel blog entry by grajeras on Feb 05, 2015

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      Up at 7 am early for us but we want to say goodbye to Bart and Sara. Goodbyes over we join Emma and Carmel who are also off today. After they left we had a chat with Steve re tomorrow's actives. We have decided to go and visit a mangrove swamp, and fishing village where we will have a BBQ lunch (fish no doubt). Down at the reception area were you first get the boat to take you to Rainbow Lodge, ...

      Rainbow Lodge

      A travel blog entry by grajeras on Feb 02, 2015

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      ... the taxi swerved to the left just keeping on the road, quick reactions from the taxi and lots of good luck. We turn off the main road and pass under a big sign "Welcome to Koh Kong" the road immediately turns to a dirt road, this carried on all the way to Tatai Bridge some sections Tarmac, some dirt. At some points the dust was so dense that it was impossible to see. The road climbs higher through the jungle and we have great views of the cardamom mountains then starts ...

      Day 27

      A travel blog entry by tnfj on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... concrete, timber, bamboo, sheet metal - very basic existence. These villagers are Buddhist and across the river there is a village of about 8 dwellings and these are Muslim. We walked through the village - to the interest and amusement of the locals - and up the hill, 300m, to the Temple - small with brightly coloured painting on the walls and ceilings. Next to the Temple is the school - think the ...

      Waterfalls & Mangroves

      A travel blog entry by rmmcfall on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... debris. The locals will hop in at the top and float through the rapids all the way down the river, hopping up as they fly over the rapids. Unfortunately, in this day the water was murky, leaving too much room for an accidental jump into rocks & broken trees. This time we kept to the less violent currents on the sides of the river, occasionally grabbing onto hanging branches and swinging toward the middle--holding on to avoid being swepped away. This was one of my favorite times ...