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

The killing caves

A travel blog entry by ramblingshrew on Nov 03, 2015

Morning saw us back at Phnomn Sampeau, this time to see more evidence of the Khmer Rouge genocide. As usual, there was someone offering to take us on a guided tour. At US$4 it's hard to say no, and he was worth every penny with his local knowledge. The caves are near the top of the hill. There's stairs and a path up. We took the easier route of the path up and steps down. The caves still house the remains of ...

Battambang and the Bamboo Train

A travel blog entry by glynfamily on Oct 24, 2015

After some initial confusion with our guide for the day, we have managed to see a number of local sites. We were driven round in a tuk-tuk, much to Lara's delight, and taken to see various produce being made, including rice paper, dried banana, rice wine, fish paste (very smelly) and bamboo rice cakes. We then saw a memorial to many of the lives lost under Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge, extremely sad and quite shocking as the memorial is made ...

Boat and train

A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Sep 15, 2015

3 comments, 31 photos

... walking and cycling along the tracks, and a couple of cows. At the far end there are the ubiquitous children offering cold drinks and bracelets: 'If you buy, you come only to me, ok?' and some shops selling clothing for foreign tourists. There's also the remains of a brick factory which we were shown round by a 13/14 year old girl with very good English. What opportunities is she missing because her family need her to sell clothes and act as a guide? ...

Cambodia: Battambang

A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Aug 17, 2015

10 photos

... He was chiselling a piece into a handle, and we soon realised he was replacing the handle for his axe, which had rotted. He worked patiently and expertly (clearly this was not his first rodeo) - once the axe handle was the right size he broke a beer bottle and used the shard of glass to sand it down. He ended up with a perfect handle, which fitted snugly into his axe blade. Job complete, he strode off. Finally, the bats woke up. It was like a black cloud of movement ...

Bat-tambang. (Blog titles may be getting worse)

A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jun 18, 2015

11 photos

... a huge Buddha has been built with stunning views looking out over a perfectly flat countryside. There were also packs of monkeys who would swing and explore the mountain around us as well. Back down the mountain, we timed our trip to the bat cave so that we could see the hundreds of bats wake up and fly out in spectacular fashion. We waited a long time, and felt sure they were sleeping in, but it was worth the wait! A little tight on time to our schedule, we had a ...