Golden Sand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Sand Hotel Sihanoukville
Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville
... was not successful! With no internet for google maps and our paper map not making sense we abandonded the plan 2 hours in and turned back around! I was very pleased with this decision as I was on the back again and my bum hurt sooo much! And I was hating the uneven roads. We were all very pleased when we saw the sign for Kampot City and stopped off in the town for lunch.
Once again we visited the cinema and this time we made ...
... which was right by our accommodation. There was an 8km track around. Soon after we set off we found a nice lookout where we got chatting to an older Aussie couple. We set off again and followed the hand painted signs, which were really good. There was even a quiz as you went round on posters! We realised that there was much more to see than just the 8km track, with paths leading off to points of interest. Unfortunately we didn't have the time so stuck to the main track. It was ...
... I was waiting to hear back from someone about some bungalows, but I ended up booking a room right in the most popular spot of Sihanoukville on Serendipity Road. It was a little more than I wanted to spend-- $33 for the night-- but it's actually a pretty nice place. They have a very nice pool, and I have a poolside room. While it's definitely not the Ritz, I can't find fault with anything. Oh wait, yes I can-- the towels smell funny. They smelled exactly ...
... it may not just be drink because he does have a soar throat and sniffly nose, sleeping right under the air con last night didn't help it either I expect. Scott went back to be at 10.30am just for 'an hour nap' Scott's naps aren't just an hour long! I sat by the pool all morning on my own which was really peaceful. I people watched every time someone would come out of their room. The hostel ...
... at all. The night was impossible to comprehend
without a few drinks and as I was sober when I got home, I didn’t sleep. But
for £3 a night I couldn’t expect much more.
When we went in the sea most of us were stung by a jellyfish
or the remains of one (tentacles wrapped around limbs). The sea itself was full
of litter so safe to say we didn’t stay in long. When sat on the beach we were
constantly harassed by little kids trying to ...