Hotel Rattanak

Address: N85 National Road 5, PCV RumChek 5 village, Battambang, Cambodia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on N85 National Road 5, PCV RumChek 5 village, Battambang.
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Travel Blogs from Battambang

Battambang - last stop last time Cambodia

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Nov 21, 2014

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21 November

The Lonely Planet describes Battambang as a laid back arty town with a mixture of French colonial buildings and modern Cambodian architecture. It said that people come for a couple of days and end up spending a lot longer... we got there, we had a look around... we wondered why?

We were quite close to the centre of town at a hotel which we were recommended, it was not really worth it, and whilst we had booked only one night we had a quick look around, ...

Riding the rails...

A travel blog entry by ceciliag on Nov 08, 2014

... in its lack of hygiene. There were flys crawling over uncovered meat and dried fish. The smell was horrible. Youk then decided to take us to a couple of old houses before we went on the bamboo train. Tuk tuks were secured for the tour around the houses, to the bamboo train and return to the hotel. The houses were both very different. One was 94 years old with a young woman guide and had lots of old furniture and was in ...

Phnom Penn to Battambang

A travel blog entry by bethany_ on Oct 24, 2014

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This morning we were up around 7am for our coaches! I had my first portion of fruit the whole time I've been away covered in yoghurt! We said our goodbyes and were taken to the local bus station. It was such a nice temperature that early, I'm not sure we've been up at that time yet, or for a long time anyway! Which was lucky because we had to stand around a while with our back packs on as it was busy at the station. Our coach didn't take long to arrive and we ...

Batta Bing Battambang

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 28, 2014

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... With only a single track, the Norries (which are handmade bamboo carriages) have to be quickly disassembled and removed from the line to allow carriages coming the other way to pass. They fly along at up to 50km/h on the warped, unmaintained tracks and for a fee of $5 you can commandeer one of your own. At the Battambang stop a helpful and informative Tourist Police Officer explained the fee, set us up and waved us off as we hurtled away down the tracks. It reminded me a little ...

Journey to Battambang.

A travel blog entry by ainsleyvigor on Jun 17, 2014

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... where doing work so the roads pretty much went down to one lane. In most countries they would have set up traffic lights or a temporary bypass. Not here. Here you just play chicken with on coming bikes, cars and lorries and then pull in at the last minute. I would class myself as an above average driver but even I wouldn't attempt these roads especially with a hire car. They use their bikes here as delivery trucks carrying things like mattresses, chickens and ...