Menbora Hotel

Address: Rd #3 Phum Kamakar, Sangkot Svay Por, Battambang, Cambodia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Rd #3 Phum Kamakar, Sangkot Svay Por, Battambang.
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    Travel Blogs from Battambang

    BATTAMBANG, ville agréable/pleasant city

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on Apr 01, 2015

    10 comments, 10 photos

    ... 224; où les Khmers Rouges ont tué et abandonné les cadavres. Une surprise m'y attendait: mon chauffeur et guide avait passé par là. Il m'a raconté comment son père, ses frères et soeurs avaient été tués, comment quatre de ses bons amis avaient été tué pour avoir volé de la nourriture ( verres de terre, etc). Lui-même m'a dit avoir souffert de faim et d'insomnie. Tout le monde travaillait ...

    Phnom Penh/Battambang

    A travel blog entry by sammi.collinge on Mar 10, 2015

    84 photos

    ... cooking 4 courses and eating it. Very good value for money! So we decided to book it for the next morning. That afternoon we got a tuk tuk to a bamboo train. I had wanted to do this since I came to Cambodia so I was very excited! It is literally a bamboo raft on wheels that goes very quickly down a track. When there's someone coming the other way, if you have less people on you have to get off, dissemble your carriage, wait for them to go past and then reassemble. It ...

    Lingering French easiness of Battambang

    A travel blog entry by ianianian on Feb 21, 2015

    5 photos

    ... evil is and how it can become normal. It gave me the willies
    for sure,I didnt visit the other cave with the tourist crowds for that reason.I walked up the winding road to the temple complex which was very interesting with nice veiws well worth the gallons of perspiration I lost walking up and back down.
    later that day I went on the bamboo railway.The carriages are railway wheels with ...

    Battambang and How to Fill a Day

    A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Feb 05, 2015

    127 photos

    ... a water system there, but there is no easy fix. A French woman we met in Battambang who has been helping villagers for twelve years with micro-credit projects said, "Buddhists are not interested too much in this life," and I think, sadly, life along the river shows it to be true. But, before running to judgement one cannot forget the mix of colonialism, war, genocide, greed, corruption and ignorance - a toxic mix we humans were never designed to endure.





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    The last Bamboo Train

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jan 25, 2015

    7 photos

    ... this morning and take us to the bamboo train. He wasn't outside at the agreed time, instead he had asked his friend to come, Mr Blue. I suspect this isn't his real name though, perhaps he is a fan of Reservoir Dogs. But he and his Batmobile themed tuk tuk were waiting for us so we jumped in and set off towards the Bamboo Train station. We are greeted by a Tourist Police officer, he's friendly enough, he even takes a picture of us as we board the train, but I'm ...