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

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

A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jun 18, 2015

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For our full day in Battambang, we had organised a general plan to tour some of the sights surrounding the town with a tuk-tuk driver from the hotel. Our driver was called Sam, and as the day progressed earned a more complete title as Samwise (LOTR) for the slight resemblance but mostly for just being ridiculously nice. It was an interesting start to the tour, after quickly grabbing a sandwich for breakfast from the market, we went in search of an ATM. We were ...

A Real Cambodian Experience

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Apr 11, 2015

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... a great guy and was looking forward to the tour. I spent the afternoon with a Spanish guy and Malaysian woman walking around the town (there's not a lot to see in Battambang) and then we grabbed some food before I headed for an early night. The next morning Savet and I had agreed to meet at 9am to start the tour. He was early which was great as I was too and we set off towards our first destination which was a temple. It was built approximately 1000 years ago and although parts of ...

'to the bat cave'

A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Mar 06, 2015

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... we sat on cushions (no seatbelts, or seats to clip them into either) and happily cooled down in the breeze. We ran along this wee track for about 20 minutes, when we met another ‘train’ coming either us or them got off our bamboo seat while the drivers removed one from the track, then took the rollers off too and let one pass, the ‘train’ was then re assembled in seconds behind and everyone went on their way. The locals used to ...

All Aboard!!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by kevandtasha on Feb 15, 2015

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... Pretty ingenious stuff but I wouldn't like to do it when a freight train heads along the track, as one does a few times a week. We get back to the makeshift station and then wake our tuk tuk driver up (this seems to be a perfectly normal thing in Cambodia) and head to the hotel. After a decent breakfast we go for a snooze. Tasha is still not feeling great so we spend rest of afternoon looking for good accommodation in Phnom Penh before having dinner and an early ...

The Wedding Continues

A travel blog entry by grajeras on Feb 15, 2015

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... what is bars and restaurants serving food from all over the world. It is very crowded and again like Shainkouville is just like Benidorm. We cross over the river to a Night Market, as soon as you stop at a stall you are harassed, best keep your hand in your pockets. There were some original shops with some fabulous cotton prints. The restaurant we choose to ear in was cooking Cambodian food called The Old House, very good and very reasonable. Tuk Tuk back to hotel. ...