Poipet Resort Casino

Address: 998F, Group 50, Kbal Spean Village, Poipet, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 998F, Group 50, Kbal Spean Village, Poipet.
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Travel Blogs from Poipet

From Battambang to Svay Sisiphon

A travel blog entry by mrsdee on Feb 04, 2014

1 photo

... picking up the cigarette packets and cans I think its occupants had probably dropped). Sam and Dali kept disappearing on borrowed motorbikes off to where we were to have our picnic. Seha took us part of the way by bus and we walked round the first part of the temple. We rounded a corner to see that they had set out tables and chairs shrouded in pink chair covers in the shade. It looked for all the world like a wedding was to take place, with table covers, ...

Killer Journey!

A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Jan 07, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... yes, i can do this! and the minibus is making good time and going at a good speed… for the hour and a half it takes to get to the border. So we get chucked off at the border, ok fine, the travel agent said we get back on the same minibus across the border. Our bags are taken in a big trailer by a guy… ****… i read somewhere not to let them do that… too late, they're gone. I kept my bag of valuables on me so i wasn't too worried, until i started bloody ...

Kampong Chang - seeing the real life

A travel blog entry by dashagirl on Dec 25, 2013

34 photos

... Right now they get about $80 a month and they are asking for $150. I guess the prison was on alert and didn't want any extra distractions. We were disappointed, but were a little relieved in not having to talk to a bunch of men :-) As an alternative, we drove to Monkey Mountain where we were swarmed by little monkeys as we fed them peanuts. At the top of the mountain we sat in a nice pagoda and sang Christmas songs with our 4 ...

Leaving Bhutan

A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld on Oct 29, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

Well, this place is magnificent. The whole country about the size of Wisconsin and has around 700,000 people. It is one of the smallest and least developed countries. Roughy 85% are Buddhist. Before Communist China took over Tibet, Bhutan had a very close religious and trade relationship with the Tibetans for centuries. (what happened to the Tibetans is unbelievable and tragic in itself. Communist Chinese could rival the Nazis in much their behavior... but that's a whole other ...

Krabi to Siem Rep

A travel blog entry by josiejojo on Sep 01, 2013

Right, so the plan was simple yeah. Overnight bus to Bangkok Morchit Station, walked into station buy ticket all the way to Siem Reap. I would arrive at 0500, the next bus departs at 0900. The overnight bus was fine, I slept no worries, I only woke when we were queuing to get into the bus station. I got off collect my bag and looked around at the hundreds of buses lining the station, and I mean hundreds. Right, where's the ...