Holiday Palace

Address: Aranyaprathet Border Thailand-Poipet Border, No. 1 & 2 Kbal Spean Village, Poipet, Cambodia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Aranyaprathet Border Thailand-Poipet Border, No. 1 & 2 Kbal Spean Village, Poipet.
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Travel Blogs from Poipet

Cambodia - Poipet

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Dec 01, 2014

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It was not only my last night in Bangkok, but my last night in Thailand for a while, so i was doing quite a bit of reminiscing between packing and planning. I had to wake up at 04:20 in order to get to the train station and catch the 05:55 train in time. The train's destination was Aranya Pratet, which is the border town on the Thailand side. From here it's just 6km to the Cambodian land border crossing. Most people take a tuk-tuk, which will cost 100B (ish). I held ...

Border crossing in Poipet-overwhelming experience!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 12, 2014

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Day 34 - noon

Day 28 of Indochina Encompassed Tour

The minibus came to a complete halt at a roundabout several hundred meters away from the border in Poipet. From what I knew about this gritty border town of Poipet in Cambodia was that it hosted a bewildering array of touts, beggars, thieves and dodgy casinos for day tripping Thais. ...

Heading to Cambodia/Thailand border from Siem Reap

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 12, 2014

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Day 34 - early morning

Day 28 of Indochina Encompassed Tour

Today announced itself like every other day we had so far. Hot and sunny! In a certain way, today also announced itself like the end of a chapter and the beginning of a new one!

By the time I stood outside the hotel's ...

From Battambang to Svay Sisiphon

A travel blog entry by mrsdee on Feb 04, 2014

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... across sand, rubble, stones and construction material. Cambodian Massage does not begin to describe the jolting, bumping and rolling that ensued. I had asked Sam to stop if he saw water buffalo and he soon did. I got some nice shots of them and also of the much-used, queer-looking lawnmower-like tractors with long handles that Sam calls 'Japanese water buffaloes - dey not complain but dey drink much petrol'! We then saw what I'm pretty sure was an ibis ...

Killer Journey!

A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Jan 07, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

OH MY CHRIST… if ever my patience has been tested, today was the day...  After a month of ****** journeys we thought our luck would change by paying extra to get a minibus.. and at the start it seemed that way. I should have known by now not to let Asia lure you in to a false sense of security. We get on the minibus, get given free water, have air con, theres bloody WiFi (connects but nothing works- of course it bloody doesn't, what did you expect?!) and its pretty spacious. ...