Sonalong Boutique Village & Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSonalong Boutique Village & Resort Siem Reap
The Sonalong is super friendly - but that is the way people are in Cambodia. It is homely, clean, commodious and set in lovely gardens close to whatever is happening. If you are mindful of your bank account but still wanting to enjoy where you are and what you do, the Sonalong fits right into your slot. Mr. Hak will personally ensure that everything is as it should be. The food is generous, well prepared and presented and the pool is great for exercising and relaxing afterwards with a $1.50 beer. Nothing else much matters. You can't go wrong, mate. Give it a go!
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of rice, taking up valuable legroom. Other luggage and cargo was overflowing literally
out the back of the van in order to make room for more passengers, so the back
gate to the van was propped open and our bags along with others were tied
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