Markara Guest House

Address: 14 Mithona St., Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarkara Guest House Sihanoukville

Reviewed by anpham

Alright near the ocean

Reviewed Aug 18, 2011
by (4 reviews) Phan Rang-Thap Cham , Vietnam Flag of Vietnam

Simple rooms away from the craziness near Utopia. A walk across the street leads you to the beach and just a 10 minute walk gets you to serendipity where most of the bars and restaurants are located. A double room costs you 9 USD a night.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Markara Guest House Sihanoukville

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville

Still in recovery from outer space journey

A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Jan 02, 2015

4 photos

... hell. I told him he wasn't alone. The Duckies thrashed FSU (I'd be lying if I said I'm not jealous to be there with my fellow teammates and coaches) and it was fun to catch up with an old friend. After I had seen enough of the game (we were up enough where I knew what the outcome was to be) justin and I headed out to try and detox out body a bit at the steam and sauna spa. For $3 and a lot of sweat and light headedness, I would say that we felt a ...

Sihanoukville to Phu Quoc-Day 139

A travel blog entry by eiry on Dec 01, 2014

... s salon. Eirys getting good at cutting hair only taking 1 hour today knocking 30 minutes off before, she can get a job in a salon soon. In the evening we watched the sunset on the balcony. Then after that we walked around the town. We headed up to the night market to find some dinner. When we arrived there was so much seafood on display. But it was so expensive. We decided to walk back towards the hotel to find something more within ...

Up-close and personal with Cambodia

A travel blog entry by grizzly on Oct 30, 2014

113 photos

... the expat staff at the hospital states. They don’t ask questions; it is not in the Khmer culture for students to do so, or to admit they don’t know something. These are all barriers to the expatriates trying to teach the locals! So, too, is culture.

Cambodia and its people - that's what I came back for. Four years ago, I was gleaming with joy when seeing smiling faces all around me; they smiled to say hello, they smiled out of ...

The Killing Fields

A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 01, 2014

... hand made cards and book marks all in aid of the charity. By the time we had all finished eating it was evening time so we went to the city centre and just walked around, bought some yummy drinks and booked our accommodation and transport for tomorrow. We're heading to Koh Kong tomorrow, an island on the west coast of Cambodia, which is very close to the Thai border and the easiest way for us to then carry on to Bangkok. It's going to be an early start again ...

Coconuts, frogs and farewells

A travel blog entry by jemraven on Jun 09, 2014

4 comments, 32 photos

... the same as the one we'd taken before with a few extra turnings, making it much easier and quicker to get to, which was just as well as we didn't set off until about midday.

When we arrived we took a look at the beach and assumed we'd turned off too early. This was supposed to be one of the nicest beaches on the island, but it was covered in rubbish and debris and accompanied by an unpleasant smell of something decaying, while the water was filled with floating plastic ...